Team Rose Shootout: New Names
The Team Rose Shootout is one of the must attend events of the season. With 12 games and 24 teams over two days we got a ton of great evaluations in at the event. Now we review what we saw…
The Team Rose Shootout is one of the must attend events of the season. With 12 games and 24 teams over two days we got a ton of great evaluations in at the event. Now we review what we saw including right here in Team Rose Shootout: New Names!
Zerrick Johnson (St. Laurence – 2025)
This 6’2” sophomore combo guard put his name on our radar with a nice 13 point outing. He showed effective slashing ability winning off the bounce on an array of moves.
EJ Mosley (St Laurence – 2025)
Mosley has a strong and stocky build at 5’11”. Hit a couple threes and brings physicality to the lead guard spot as he had 10 points against Farragut.
Khalil Jones (St. Laurence – 2025)
Jones netted 9 points while showing he could get buckets from all three levels with acrobatic layups, mid-range shots, and a three. Also was impactful as a drive and kick distributor.
Latrell Kelley (Farragut – 2026)
Kelley is a smaller scoring guard that caught our attention as a 2026 prospect to track. He is a quality ball handler that created his own shot on numerous occasions from all around the court while also showing burst scoring 14 points.
Jaylen James (Farragut – 2024)
Long and lanky 6’5” combo forward is one to track. Projectable frame and the forward knocked in a pair of threes while flashing defensively scoring 8 points.
Brendan Sanders (Lincoln Way East – 2025)
Sanders caught our eye in the fall and in our first high school eval of him there is tools to like with his size and athleticism at 6’5” on the wing. Slasher with two way upside.
Treyvon Ali (Westinghouse – 2024)
Ali scored 17 points coming off the bench for Westinghouse. Scoring guard that consistently got to the rim providing a spark for his team.
(Homewood Flossmoor – 2024)
Intriguing 6’6” power forward. Good frame that finished dump offs, got tip ins, and even stretched it out showing some range on his jumper in a 13 point game against Hyde Park.
Michael Oliver Jr (Curie – 2026)
The son of Curie’s legendary head coach came in during the second quarter to give his team some offense by quickly draining a pair of catch and shoot threes. Make no mistake this freshman is a sharp shooter!
Samar Bures (Rich Township – 2024)
Bures came out of nowhere to score 21 points. The 5’9” point guard is a smaller guard that has shifty handles and burst off the bounce. He also mixed in several jumpers.
Victor Brown (Rich Township – 2024)
Really liked what we saw out of this 6’6” power forward. Projectable frame playing above the rim and working well out of the dunker spot. Explosive second jump was key in his 20 point game against Lindblom.
Je’Shawn Stevenson (Lindblom – 2024)
Stevenson had some buzz coming into the game. It was a slow start for him, but he got it going in the second half. Shooting guard with nice size at 6’3” who can really slash it with physicality and athleticism carving his way in the lane for multiple and-1s while scoring 25 points.
Morgan Travis (De La Salle – 2026)
The Meteors point guard scored 7 points in their loss to Proviso East. Capable shooter that also got to the foul line and was active on the defensive end.
Jemarje Windfield (North Lawndale – 2023)
Windfield had another strong outing after he played well at Chicago Elite Classic. Smaller scoring guard at 5’10” who is a microwave threat getting buckets in bunches. Good three point shooter with deep range on his shot. Relentless attacking the rim for a smaller guard and finishes tremendously well in the lane as he notched 20 points in the events finale.