Chase Allen 6'6" | PF | 2025 Model | OTP National Chase Allen has really jumped onto the scene this spring and used Saturday’s showcase to keep his stock moving upwards. Allen’s got a great body, 6’6 with a solid…
Chase Allen has really jumped onto the scene this spring and used Saturday’s showcase to keep his stock moving upwards. Allen’s got a great body, 6’6 with a solid frame and strong legs. His hands and feet are impressive too. Scored a ton of buckets around the paint, showing a nice low post game and some soft touch. Allen could be in for a breakout year at Model next to 6’9 C Jeremiah Heard.
has been stirring up a ton of chatter this spring and in my opinion, thrown himself into the top 10-15 conversation for Georgia’s 2026 class. Gillespie is a springy athlete, capable of some head-turning dunks. While he’s most lethal in a fast paced game, he’s proven the ability to knock down the open three and penetrate in the half court as well. Georgia State was the first to offer Gillespie in May and I’m sure many more will be behind them.
Saturday’s camp presented the opportunity to get a good look at, a Lakeview Academy prospect who’s created some buzz with the Norcross Heat this spring. Right off the bat, Ware’s size is imposing. 6’6 and 200 lbs, sturdy but fairly mobile. The bounce came out at times where we saw him get above the rim for putbacks or lobs. His offensive skillset also showed glimmers, an encouraging jumpshot and some low post scoring.
showed out on Saturday, an exciting combination of scoring and playmaking on display from the Gwinnett County guard. He’s a do-it-all point guard with a natural feel for the game rarely found in players his age. He had a number of pretty assists on Saturday, reading defenses and seeing the floor at a high level. Rideout opened some eyes as a freshman last year at Central Gwinnett and will now look to take a step forward with a few more pieces around him.
has been tearing up the Hoopseen circuit this spring, one of the leaders of a Norcross Heat bunch that’s been getting mentioned with the top independent groups in the country. Mosley suited up for camp on Saturday and impressed in everything from the drill work to the final whistle. When you talk about the eye test, Mosley looks like a D1 guard today and he’s still got two more years. The overall combination of scoring ability, skill, and physical tools make Mosley a must-see prospect during the live periods.