Prep Hoops NEXT Havoc In The Heartland was a balanced event with teams from Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Ohio, Georgia, and Kentucky. Havoc In The Heartland was hosted on the campus of Triton Central in Fairland, Indiana. 2028 All-Tournament Team Guard…
Prep Hoops NEXT Havoc In The Heartland was a balanced event with teams from Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Ohio, Georgia, and Kentucky. Havoc In The Heartland was hosted on the campus of Triton Central in Fairland, Indiana.
2028 All-Tournament Team
Guard – Amileo Norvell | Team Flyght Ohio 2028 (Ohio)
Norvell is a shifty, playmaking guard that shined all weekend. He displayed his scoring abilities at all levels. He can drive downhill and finish around bigs in the paint, and he can speed dribble into a pull-back jump shot. Norvell added several deflections and rebounds that helped lead to transition offense. One of the best traits we saw was his ability to spark an offensive run and the determination on defense to break up the momentum. True signs of a great point guard are your understanding of when to assert yourself into the action
Guard – Luke Morgan | WE ACADEMY NATIONAL 2026 | Monroe Central Jr (Indiana)
Morgan was the dual-threat quarterback on a very balanced roster. Operating primarily from the top of the key, Morgan can give you anything you need offensively. He is a smooth shooter off the bounce or a quick catch-and-shoot. He was one of the most gifted scorers we saw at any level.
Wing/Forward – Kutler Green | Tennessee Travelers | Jefferson Middle (Tennessee)
Green is a smooth operator with the ball in his hands. He showcased scoring abilities at all three levels but found most of his success along the perimeter. Green has the “shooter mentality” as soon as he walks on the court. He had opposing coaches and fans grit their teeth when he got an open look at the basket because they assumed it would be all net. Green had a great weekend all around.
Wing/Forward – Jordan Mitchell | Mac Irvin Fire 2028 (Illinois)
Mitchell is a strong, powerful wing that is an immediate matchup problem. He was at his best when he was facing the basket and had room to mobilize. He made tough baskets look easy. There weren’t too many players that had success guarding him in the halfcourt. Mitchell’s defensive pressure gave opposing teams fits all weekend.
Wing/Forward –| Team Teague 2028 Johnson | New Augusta (Indiana)
Hill stands at a staggering 6’9” and immediately becomes an intimidating force on the court. Although he is still developing his offensive skills, he was dynamic in the open court and in transition. Hill was excellent at finding running lanes and getting around the rim for easy looks. On defense, Hill’s presence alone deterred multiple shots per game. He used his length and athleticism to alter shots everywhere on the court including a few deflections along the perimeter.
Guard – Spencer Ray | Royalty Hoops Etc 2028 | Prairie Central Jr (Illinois)
Guard – Parker Sanders | Ky Future Elite 2028 | Royal Springs (Kentucky)
Wing/Forward – Jaxen Bennett | WE ACADEMY NATIONAL | Carmel Middle School (Indiana)
Wing/Forward – Da’Ran Taylor | Tennessee Travelers | Webb School (Tennessee)
Wing/Forward – Colby Irvin | Mac Irvin Fire 2028 (Illinois)
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