Lakepoint Sports Complex was the scene for NHBSCA Southeast Regional Live event. Schools representing Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Alabama showcased some of the best talent in the country check out the BTLHOOPS rewind on some of the top teams and players...
Blue Division Recap
Four teams went undefeated this weekend in the blue division with a 4-0 record,
Orlando Christian Prep, Myers Park, Oak Ridge, and Dwyer.
Top 5 Scorers in the Blue Division
Isaiah Evans || F || 6’6 || North Mecklenburg || 2024 29.7 ppg
Mier Panoam || G || 6’3 || Norcross || 2023 23.0 ppg
David Thomas || G || 6’3 || Eagles Landing || 2023 22.5 ppg
Eddrin Bronson || G || 6’4 || Tampa Catholic || 2023 21.0 ppg
Frankquon Sherman || W || 6’7 || Grovetown || 2023 20.5 ppg
BTL Player To Watch List
Montravious White || Gray Collegiate
White was very effective running the offense and getting guys the ball in scoring position, he was very shifty with the ball and showed the ability to knockdown the 3-ball locking up on the defensive end.
Alex Lloyd || Westminster Academy
Alex showed the ability to get to the basket on downhill drives, and shoot the ball from deep, while he plays the pg. position, he could definitely play off the ball using his size, and his ability to score off the bounce.
Jordyn Buchanan || BT Washington
Can give you fits with his length, and solid ball handling, he showed the ability to make 2 or 3 3s per game and get to the basket at will, on the defensive end he is very active causing turnovers.
Chad Moodie || Grayson
Moodie missed half of his junior season with an elbow injury, has came back with a vengeance his ability to alter and change shots at the rim could be huge this season for the Grayson Rams. Rims the floor well and catches and finishes on most plays. He does the dirty work inside and could be a big sleeper in a class that doesn’t really have size.
RJ Johnson || Grissom
Was tough to stop this weekend, using is burly body to get his way to the rack and finish plays on contact, the way he attacks you are thinking twice about taking a charge.
Triston Wilson || Miami Norland
Looking for a shooter, fly on down to Miami and check out Wilson, one the best shooters in the gym this weekend. He averaged 4.5 makes a game from beyond the arc.
Sir Mohammad || Myers Park (NC)
Versatile wing, with a high basketball IQ, who can affect the game with or without the ball in his hands, can score on drives, and mid-range jumpers also can defend at multiple levels.
Isaiah Brown || Orlando Christian Prep
The 6’4 southpaw was one of the most explosive players in the live event this weekend, his ability to finish over guys at the rim does a great job of mixing up his game with jumpers and will take a smaller guard to the paint and work them there too.
Cameron Simpson || Oak Ridge
Long wing (6’6) shot the 3 ball well, had 17 total 3’s this weekend, and was big in helping Oak Ridge go undefeated.
Blake Wilson || Dwyer
Wilson showed the ability to knock down the 3 ball and used his 6’6 frame to create havoc on the wing on the defensive end. He shot the ball well helping Dwyer go undefeated this weekend, as their top scorer.
Green Division Recap
Four teams went undefeated this weekend in the green division with a 4-0 record,
Mater Lakes, Alexander, Edgewater, and Osborne.
Top 5 Scorers in the Green Division
Sam Walters || F || 6’9 || The Villages || 2023 25.5 ppg
Koree Cotton || G || 6’6 || Miami Southridge || 2023 23.5 ppg
Labaron Phalon || G || 6’4 || Baker || 2024 21.7 ppg
Jaquarious Patterson || W || 6’6 || TL Hanna || 2024 20.2 ppg
Braedan Lue || F || 6’7 || Alexander || 2024 20.0 ppg
Ryan Weiss || G || 6’4 || North Broward Prep || 2023 20.0 ppg
BTL Player To Watch List
Noah Melson || Alexander
Melson was one of the biggest stock risers, leading Alexander to a perfect 4-0 record. Noah showed his versatility, being able to play any position on the floor. He scored on or off the ball and got teammates the ball in scoring position.
Antoine Lorick || Cross Creek
The 6’6 wing finished the weekend averaging 12.0 a game using his high motor and ability to play finish plays with authority at the rim. He showed the ability to defend and rebound on a high level.
Akai Fleming || Osborne
Rising Sophomore Akai Fleming was a major buzz around the Lakepoint Complex this weekend, receiving offers from several high major programs. The 2025 6’4 prospect showed big time shot making ability with nice handles and the ability to the rack.
Brigham Rogers || Blessed Trinity
Brigham Rogers had a huge weekend (no pun intended) standing 6’9 220 looking to be recognized and the best big in Georgia. He averaged 19.3 ppg this weekend, even scoring 31 vs The Villages. Skilled big who showed the ability to use his size inside, and toughness.
Maurio Hanson || Chambers-Vance
One of the top players in 2024 in North Carolina, Hanson was ready to show and prove on the big stage and he didn’t disappoint. Using his 6’7 210 frame, Hanson was a terror in the paint Combine that with his high motor on both ends he showed he was a dominate force.
Erik Taylor || Edgewater
Combo guard who could score off the bounce and with a variety of good-looking jumpers from the mid-range or behind the arc.
Tristian Gross || St Petersburg
Versatile guard who can also play on the wing because of his size (6’6) Gross led his team in scoring this weekend (14.8) but has good enough handles to play on the ball was clutch this weekend from the outside, but also showed some serious bounce with some dunks and drives to the paint.
Red Division Recap
Four teams went undefeated this weekend in the red division with a 4-0 record, Hiram, Mays, Columbia, Holly Springs, and Chapel Hill.
Top 5 Scorers in the Red Division
Albert Wilson || F || 6’6 || North Cobb Christian || 2023 26.5 ppg
Tre Lockett || G || 6’4 || Carrolwood Christian || 2023 24.4 ppg
Alfonzo Ross ||G|| 6’0 || Woodville – Thompkins || 2023 24.0 ppg
Jordan Baker || G || 6’0 || Bradenton Christian || 2024 23.0 ppg
Kevin Bruce || G || 5’10 || Columbia (Ga) || 2023 19.0 ppg
Cassidy Golden || Columbia
6’10 intriguing project that showed he can do a few things in the post, along with running mate Terrell Wright (6’9) form a very tough tandem for Dr. Phil McCrary and Columbia.
Kelvin Hunter || Chapel Hill
6’7 forward with finishing ability inside the paint, very good rebounder who hits the glass and has ability to draw fouls. He is stronger than his frame suggests but can also step out and shoot the jumper.
Ryan Crotty || Holly Springs
Since we got North Carolina vibes, think JJ Reddick when you talk Ryan Crotty. One of the best shooters in the gym at camp. He averaged 17.5 Points, and made 18 3pointers shooting over 40%, he’s very tough off the bounce and very hard nose.
Mykell Williams || Mays
Showing his ability to get his team involved, Williams had averaged 6.0 assist this weekend, while also showing he can score the ball. He averaged 17.0 ppg. His shifty ability makes him tough to stop in transition.
Jay Boyd || Hiram
Combo guard who does a good job of handling the ball and showed the ability to shoot the basketball from outside. High motor kid, athletic kid, that also has the ability to defend at a high level. Led his team in scoring and an undefeated record.
Yellow Division Recap
Four teams went undefeated this weekend in the red division with a 4-0 record, Sparkman, Providence Christian, Goose Creek, St. Francis (Ga), and Lakeside-Dekalb.
Top 5 Scorers in Yellow Division
David Culbreath || G || 6’0 || Duluth || 2025 23.0 ppg
Devin Long || G || 6’4 || Providence Christian || 2023 22.3 ppg
Bryant James || G || 6’1 || Haleyville || 2025 21.5 ppg
Drake James || G || 6’2 || Haleyville || 2023 18.5 ppg
Chase McCarty || F || 6’6 || Westminster Christian || 2024 18.0 ppg
Muhammad Alcine || G || 6’3 || Discovery || 2024 18.0 ppg
Chase McCarty || Westminster Christian
High Major prospect could be the top player in Alabama in the 2024 class, long (6’6), athletic, knows how to score on all three levels. Shoots the basketball from outside with a high clip, Uses his size vs smaller guards. Stat stuffer cause in can affect the game on both ends.