TBT: 2026 Freshman Showcase
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Use promo code DurenHoops2023 for 10% off this year’s freshman showcase for Class of 2027 prospects on August 26th With this year’s Freshman Showcase right around the corner, let’s take a look back at what last year’s standouts who set…
With this year’s Freshman Showcase right around the corner, let’s take a look back at what last year’s standouts who set the stage for productive freshman and 15U AAU basketball campaigns. This particular class in Oklahoma looks very strong at the top, and many of the top names were attendees last year at the event.
A player that excels in structure as a multifaceted offensive weapon, camp settings aren’t always the best for Montonati. But he did show off that shooting touch that would highlight his rise to being a national 5 star prospect and USA Gold Medalist.
Woodson excelled in the camp setting, with his combination of strength and quickness. He had a huge season with Crossings Christian and now will be a force to be reckoned with in Class 5A.
A sniper from deep, Williams is growing into a full role as a more psychical and confident lead guard. He recently earned his first offer from Oklahoma State.
One of the biggest risers over the last year, the athletic Wilson is shaping up to be one of the most complete scorers in this class.
One of the better shooters in the class, after a productive freshman campaign Harris is now at Tulsa Memorial and expected to play a big role for the tradition rich 918 program.
The small town standout showed out at last year’s event. Also a standout football prospect, Shelton is flat out one of the best athletes in Oklahoma.
A shifty and crafty point guard, Billingsley earned minutes on a senior laden Norman State Tournament team last year. Now, will be stepping into a bigger role this winter.
An athletic and multifaceted player, Chaffin is another prospect who earned good minutes on a State Tournament team. As a sophomore he should have a huge role and opportunity to keep Southeast in the picture in 5A.
A traditional point guard with range from deep, Edwards has some of the top vision and feel in the class. He logged heavy minutes as a freshman for Community Christian.
The small town prospect showed off a complete game at last year’s camp. Then went on to play a huge role for a State Tournament team, where he shot it very well in the Big House.
Burner III is a sparkplug guard, with a complete offensive game. His quickness and tight handle allows him to create space to thrive as a smaller guard, which should help him earn minutes in a deep backcourt at Booker T Washington.
Brammer looked comfortable as a scorer as a freshman, with a smooth mid-range and craftiness at the rim. After a spring and summer at the 16U level, he should shoulder even more of the scoring load for the Sabercats of Southmoore.
A skilled shooter and overall scorer, Leache is ready to make a splash for a strong Casady backcourt in their first year in OSSAA competition.
A physical and confident guard, Gunn is tough downhill scorer with some promise as an off the dribble shooter. After a productive summer at the 15U level, the Classen SAS standout looks ready to make some noise in a changed Class 4A landscape.
One of the best shooters in the class, Denson is a flamethrower from beyond the arc. And after finishing his AAU season strong, the long range bomber is set for a huge sophomore campaign for the Midwest City Bombers.