Macon, Georgia – The mid-state was full of excitement this past weekend as Hypesouth hosted its annual Boy’s Unsigned Hype Camp featuring some of the top prospects from Middle, South, and West Georgia. We have plenty of notes and players to discuss from the event, but today we’ll examine the top available seniors in attendance.
Kham Little, Mary Persons, 6’4 G, 2023
Little picked up a couple offers during travel ball season and has carried that momentum over into camp season. He’s flourished at several individual camps and this weekend was no different. The Mary Persons product turned heads with his high-flying acrobatics and overall feel for the game. Vorhees College who recently extended an offer was in the building keeping tabs on the 6-foot-4 senior. Expect to see this name continue to pick up steam on the trail heading into his senior campaign.
Jaylen Releford, Central-Macon, 6’5 F, 2023
Releford is an athletic cleanup player that exceled getting second chance opportunities and finding loose balls. He also showed defensive versatility with the ability to protect the paint as well as switch in pick-and-roll situations and guard the perimeter. We highly recommend lower levels and post grads to track this kid.
Ryan Mobley, Spencer, 6’2 G, 2023
The state champion guard was a camp favorite among coaches and trainers. He took pride in getting stops and was hard to contain once he got going downhill. Mobley’s confidence and physicality were evident from start to finish, and his never-back-down approach was noted. College programs looking to add depth in the backcourt should sniff around here.
Cameron Jackson, Valdosta, 6’3 W, 2023
Jackson is the epitome of a junk-yard-dog. He might not fill up the stat sheet, but he is tough and plays hard. His on-ball defense and positional rebounding prowess were also notable. Stash this name in your notepads for future reference.
Aaron Jones, Veterans, 6’10 C, 2023
The Warhawk center has been a staple at Hypesouth Events through the years and his incremental progression continues to show. We’ve always raved about his interior defense and mobility, but this weekend the 6-foot-10 project big showed an improved offensive game with soft touch and strong finishes around the rim. Size is something you can’t teach, so expect college coaches to remain intrigued moving forward.
Quentin Hardnett, Southwest-Macon, 6’0 G, 2021
A south-paw point guard that played the right way, Hardnett, consistently threw the ball ahead to open teammates and made the right reads coming off high screens. We were also impressed with his creativity off the bounce and sneaky athleticism. Don’t be surprised to see this kid squeeze out an offer by the end of the season.
Chauncey Webb, Perry, 6’2 G, 2023
Webb is a bouncy guard that thrived in transition and was at his best filling lanes on the break. He also had some good flashes shooting the ball free throw line extended. But right now, his game is largely predicated on athleticism and once he polishes his overall skillset look for interest to pick up for the Perry senior.
Daveon Henderson, Westside-Macon, 6’2 G, 2023
This kid has been a model of consistency throughout his career and is a must-know name in Georgia’s 2023 class. Last year, he averaged 21.4 points, 7.9 rebounds, and 3 assists per game for the Noles. His midrange game is lethal and was on full display at Unsigned Hype Camp. When it comes to scoring, Henderson is one of the best in the state. At the moment, he is an underrated prospect that has garnered minimal interest in recruiting circles, but expect that tune to change sooner than later.
Keandre Harris, St. Anne Pacelli, 6’3 W, 2023
Harris made the trip from Columbus, Georgia worthwhile. He was in attack mode offensively and used his length to disrupt on the defensive side. The Vikings standout was undoubtedly one of the better two-way prospects in attendance. Pacelli has recently produced several low to mid level wing players and Harris looks to be next in line.
Selton Farrar, Southwest-Macon, 5’9 G, 2023
Farrar played with a swagger that was contagious. His teammates fed off his vibe each time out. Once the three-point specialist saw one go down he was on from there. Coaches that fancy undersized scoring guards this might be your guy.