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Breakout Players to remember at beElite

Breakout Players to remember at BeElite

2026 6’2” G Trey Lewis, Cardinal Hayes (NY)

Lewis has a well-rounded skill set that makes him a value on both ends. Lewis’s combination of defensive skills, offensive versatility, and competitive spirit makes him a promising player. He has the potential to become a key player at this and the college level. His skills and attitude suggest that he’s on a trajectory for a bright future.

2025 6’8” F Preston Wade, Providence Christian (TN)

He’s been on our radar for the last two years, recently he seems to be putting it all together. He plays to his strengths, thriving on the defensive end as a shot changer and shot blocker, at times dominating. Raw offensively but again he knows where his bread is buttered, scoring most of his buckets in the paint, or filling the lanes on the break as a finisher.

2027 6’7” SF Babatunde Oladotun, DeMatha Catholic (MD)

A rising star in the Class of 2027, Oladotun, epitomizes the modern forward. His standout attribute is his positional versatility, which sets him apart in today’s dynamic game. He excels at multiple positions, utilizing his skills, length or quickness as the situation calls for. Oladotun’s game is characterized by a versatile skillset that extends well beyond the paint. He’s equally comfortable and skilled in pushing the tempo on the break as a decision maker or finishing the play. While already an impressive prospect, Oladotun future focus on improving his physicality and defensive skills will make him a national recruit.

2027 F Lincoln Cosby, Overtime Elite (GA)

As you can imagine, as one of the youngest players at the camp, Cosby struggled with the physicality of play, but what you could also see was his potential. He’s bouncy, quick and a competitor. He showed his ability to get to the basket and hit timely jumpers. Defensively he has quick feet and plays the passing lanes very well. He oozes potential and its scary how good he can be.

2027 6’0” PG Tyrone Jamison, Calvary Baptist Academy (LA)

Tyrone made some noise a couple years ago as a 7th grader, as a speedy, downhill guard., that hasn’t changed. He competes like a high school senior, handles the ball on a string and gets baseline to baseline as quick as any guard in his class. He checks quite a few boxes on offense but needs continued work on his jumper. With quickness and tenacity he is a headache on the defensive end.

2028 6’4” G Camden Cooper, St. Augustine (FL)

Cooper is clearly a promising prospect with his combination of length, IQ, and scoring ability. One of the only 8th graders at the event, Cooper didn’t back down from the competition. He has the potential to become a top flight player as he works on being more assertive putting pressure on the defense.

2027 6’5” G/F Solomon Bratton, Wheeler HS (GA)

Bratton showed a knack for creating opportunities, even when plays break down. Bratton possesses physical attributes of size, motor and length, mixed with athleticism, which translated to scoring in the paint, grabbing rebounds, and playing strong defense. He has a strong mid-range game but will needs to work on range going forward to really open his game.

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