Macon, Georgia – The inaugural Heart of Georgia Classic powered by Hypesouth Media & On the Radar Hoops is officially in the books and we have a lot to unpack. This upstart event was a first for the Middle Georgia area and it did not disappoint. We wrap up our On the Rise Performers series with part three.

Deshonvaris Lundy, Pressure Athletic Group

Lundy is a traditional point guard that takes pride in keeping things in order. He’s a skilled ball handler and superb passer that embraces the pass first, score second mentality.

Trey Carter, Georgia Prestige Basketball

A talented wing player that is a natural, effective shot maker inside the arc. He showed off one of the best in-between games of any prospect on hand.

Wayne McCormick II, Macon Heat

McCormick was a bright spot for the Heat and was identified as a top performer on day one by our staff. He averaged 10 points per game on the weekend.

Jay Danielly, Devin Butts Elite

Danielly was a double-double machine every game. The bruising big-man turned in a game high 24-points and 15-rebounds versus the 14u Warner Robins All-Stars.

Zaiden Nelson, Middle Georgia PUSH

Nelson scored 10 points, threw 4 assists, and reeled in 4 steals versus Middle Ga Family and controlled the game in every aspect. Another heady lead guard that thrives as a facilitator.

Braylen Perry, Warner Robins All-Stars

In 4 games, Perry averaged 16 points, 4 rebounds, and 2 steals. His consistent production was a key component in the All-Stars undefeated championship run.

Trey Bush, Georgia Patriots

A complimentary player that gained recognition for his high motor and dirty work play. Bush is a high level glue-guy that proved the game can be positively affected without scoring in bunches.

Kadence Giles, Lessons Learned

We continue shining the light on players that understand their roles. Giles did not force the issue and was impressive doing all the small things that don’t show up in the box score. It’s hard to keep these type players off the court.

Amari Sparks, Middle Georgia Family

Sparks ended the tournament with a 12 point performance that included 9 rebounds and 2 blocks. An up and coming player that could be on the verge of a breakout.