Warner Robins, Ga – This year our Unsigned Hype Event featured some of the top available players from different parts of Georgia and the backcourt play was on another level. Let’s take a look at a couple of the top guards from camp.
Cam Perkins, 2024, Warner Robins:
Perkins, the reigning Hypesouth Freshman of the Year, continued to show his value from the lead spot. He was undoubtedly the best passer and smartest guard in attendance. The more we watch him the more we’re sold on his ability to guide a team. The Warner Robins sophomore is in the top half of Georgia’s 2024 point guard class.
Jabarri Williams, 2025, Valdosta:
Williams headed up from down south and stole the show. The crafty freshman had scouts and evaluators chirping about his overall floor game from the point position. His multi-faceted style will make him attractive to college coaches moving forward. He can score, facilitate, and has the poise to make winning plays under pressure. Just a really good all around prospect.
Roderick Greenwood, 2022, Spalding:
Greenwood silently had a productive camp. The Spalding High senior stretched out utilizing his long arms to finish over defenders at the rim. He handled one-on-one full court pressure well, had limited turnovers, and was effective shooting gaps defensively. An under the radar player that has some value for programs looking for a low risk high reward target.
Quentin Hardnett, 2023, Southwest-Macon:
The smooth lefty has a picture perfect shooting stroke and crafty handles that will be a breath of fresh air for Patriots fans this season. He has the ability to knock down threes in bunches once he gets into a good rhythm and we fully expect Hardnett to have a coming out party at Southwest-Macon this year.
Temarius Mathis, 2022, Peach County:
College coaches were tracking Mathis before, during, and after our Unsigned Hype Camp and his hard work finally paid off. Fort Valley State extended an offer to the Peach County product following the event and several others added him to their boards. Mathis, also known as “TC,” is an explosive scoring guard that finishes above the rim and puts the ball in the hole at a high clip. Look for his stock to continue to rise once the season gets into full swing.
Kam Plummer, 2025, Houston County:
This kid was another impressive youngster on hand. He already understands how to play and be an extension of the coach on the floor. The Houston County freshman directs traffic like an upperclassman and knows when to hunt his shot. Don’t be surprised to see him to immediately get valuable varsity minutes.
Kham Little, 2023, Mary Persons:
Little has made a huge step in his development this offseason. He’s also grown to about 6-foot-4 and could have another inch or two to grow in him. The Mary Persons junior showed a level of aggressiveness offensively that turned a lot of heads and will be an interesting prospect to monitor this season and beyond.
Daethan Harris, 2023, Jones County:
Harris is a maestro with the ball in his hands. He plays at an impeccable pace, takes high percentage shot attempts, and sees openings ahead of time. The Jones County product looks ready lead the Hounds on a deep run as well as to take a leap in local and statewide rankings.