CBG Fall Showcase: 2025 Standouts (Part 1)
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The second session of the CBG Fall Series took place in Richmond this past Sunday with the CBG Fall Showcase Team Camp, featuring some of the top teams from across the DMV as well as two CBG Elite teams featuring…
The second session of the CBG Fall Series took place in Richmond this past Sunday with the CBG Fall Showcase Team Camp, featuring some of the top teams from across the DMV as well as two CBG Elite teams featuring players from across the region. The event featured high level competition and great games, as well as prospects for colleges of all levels moving forward.
Here’s a look at part one of some of the top 2025 performers from VA schools at the event.
Marcus Jackson | 6’8” PF | John Marshall
Jackson is a new addition to this JM team, and he showed why he’s one of the most sought after big men in the country in his class as he put on an aerial display showing off his big time potential. The 6’8” forward showed off his freak athleticism with a couple of big time dunks including an effortless 360 in transition, while also protecting the rim and showing good timing as a shot blocker. He runs the floor well and shows good touch around the rim, he has a budding perimeter skillset and he is a versatile defender who moves his feet well and can switch in pick-and-rolls.
Desmon Rose | 6’7” F | John Marshall
Rose is one of the more underrated players on this JM team, as he sometimes gets overshadowed but he showed his importance in their win over Largo where he came up big for them in a number of ways. At 6’7” he’s an inside-out forward who is very versatile and can play and guard multiple positions and allow them to go with different looks. He made shots from deep and in the midrange, he used his size and athleticism as a rebounder and defender and he just keeps getting better and more comfortable the more we watch him.
| 6’1” PG | John Marshall
Argabright is a new addition to this JM team after transferring from St. Stephen’s St. Agnes, and he gives them another playmaking guard who is a dual threat as a scorer and a distributor. He’s a consummate floor general who touches the paint at will and has great feel, and he applies pressure both as a ball handler and an on ball defender as well. He made winning plays on both ends of the floor showing his impact in different ways, and his addition puts them on another level as they prepare for their national schedule this year.
| 6’8” WF | Highland
Ament is one of the most highly touted prospects in the country and was fresh off a visit from Duke when he came to the Fall Series, and despite not being 100% with a nagging ankle injury he still put on perhaps the most impressive display scoring 29 points against a very good Patriot team. Ament continues to progress the way you want him to, as he’s adding to his already impressive bag off the bounce and becoming more aggressive as a scorer. He shot the ball very well from deep and in the midrange showing his ability to make tough shots, and he’s a walking mismatch in any gym he steps into.
| 6’1” PG | Highland
Rivera is one of those prospects that simply always impresses, as he’s a winning guard who impacts the game in many ways and simply makes his team better. When he’s on the ball he has good wiggle and changes speeds well to touch the paint where he can make plays for others or finish over bigger defenders with floaters and pull-ups. He’s an efficient scorer from multiple levels, he’s a lock down defender who’s scrappy and makes the hustle plays and he takes care of the ball and makes good decisions.
Kam Robinson | 5’10” PG | Norfolk Collegiate
Robinson is one of the best guards in the 757 that many don’t mention, as he is a lethal scoring guard that can fill it up in bunches in many different ways. While he isn’t the biggest guy he’s lightning quick with the ball in his hands and showed good wiggle and the ability to create space and knock down shots from multiple levels. He was very good in pick-and-rolls and in isolation situations, he shot the ball well and he showed his finishing ability over bigger defenders.