Tre Winters 37 State 6 Pos 6'5" | SG | 2025 Adairsville | Wood Elite Tre Winters Tre Winters 6'5″ | SG Adairsville | 2025 State GA has been rising up 2025 boards in recent months after a strong summer…
has been rising up 2025 boards in recent months after a strong summer with Wood Elite and some impressive camp outings. This year at Adairsville, Winters will take on a new role as the primary scoring threat and I think that will be good for his game in the long run as he’ll be forced to be more assertive on offense. Defensively, Winters is extremely active. He’s not afraid to man up the best player on the court and he creates a lot of turnovers which turn into fast break scores. I expect to be in the conversation of top 2025s in the state after this season.
Jaden Priester is another guy out of Augusta that could be in for a big season. It has looked like Priester’s game took a huge leap this offseason while playing with the Upward Stars. He’s a long, forward prospect that moves well and can attack from inside or out. He’s got a quick jump which gives him an advantage inside when fighting for boards or finishing around the rim. If Priester continues growing, there could be scary potential. He should make a major impact this year at Cross Creek.
Jawuan Jinks is a 2025 prospect out of Dawson County thats flown very much under-the-radar up to this point. Jinks is a skilled ball-handler and has a knack for getting to the hole. He’s got great athleticism for a guard and can finish above the rim when he needs to. Dougherty should expect Jinks to play a major role this season and I believe he will thrive in it. If Jawuan Jinks lands with the right program in the spring, this is a name we could be talking about for years to come.
Jelani Smith-Mason looks much improved after a productive offseason and could be in for a big year at his new school. Smith-Mason will play a key role this year for Hebron Christian, a dark horse program out of Dacula that plays with a ton of heart. He’s a high-energy guard that plays with a lot of patience, a rare combination. Smith-Mason also shoots it well from 3 and has a smooth stroke on his jumper. I expect Jelani Smith-Mason to see an increase in his numbers at Hebron and open a lot of eyes this season.
Cam Cherry is a relatively new name after recently moving from Florida but should jump onto a lot of radars this season. As Peach County graduates some key contributors from last year’s squad, Cam Cherry could likely get some valuable minutes as a freshman and make a big impact for the Trojans. The 6’1 guard is already capable of scoring at all 3 levels and should get his fair share of shots in the Peach County offense. He’s got an advanced offensive skillset beyond his years. Be on the lookout for a Cam Cherry coming-out party in Peach County this year.