After an exciting Friday night of action, Saturday was even more electric. With some of the top teams and prospects from across the nation, there was plenty of great games throughout the day. Here are a few of the standouts from today’s action. 

Kuol Atak – 2024 – F – 3D Empire

The lengthy forward has become a popular name in these articles and for good reason. The skills and scoring ability of Atak continue to greatly grow as he had games of 25 and 24 points today. In both games he shot it extremely well spotting up from three in addition to showing some nice moves off the dribble attacking. All as well to using his 6’8” height to score it effectively around the paint. The sophomore needs to be on college coaches’ radars. 

Jamal Brown – 2025 – F – Team Wall

In my first game seeing Brown, he did not disappoint. A strong and active 6’5” forward that gets involved in all areas of the game. A truly versatile defender that can match up with anyone on the floor with the combination of his strength, motor, and quickness. Offensively, he took it hard to the basket plus hit a few outside jumpers. A freshman I look forward to seeing more of. 

Zeke Kirby – 2025 – G – Indy EBC

Kirby had two great performances on Saturday including a 30-point performance. A dynamic playmaker that excels getting into to paint and finishing as well to hitting outside jumpers. The freshman guard has an advanced skill set and moves extremely well with the ball in his hands. Not only a scorer, Kirby is also an active defender and was passing it well. 

Keyon Miller – 2023 – PG – George Hill All Indy

While Xavier Booker as well as Garwey Dual have been the popular names from George Hill All Indy this spring, Miller is defiantly not a player to miss. The point guard plays well with the ball in his hands and is a gifted scorer. With his quickness and handle, the junior has a great ability to get into the paint and make plays. One of the top 2023-point guards in Indiana. 

Kamari Slaughter – 2023 – G – 94 Elite

The stock of Slaughter continues to greatly rise. He is a powerful guard that played very well on the attack but also shot it well from the outside. Tournament after tournament, game after game, the junior just continues to have tremendous performances and today was no different including a 25-point performance.