We had a full camp on Saturday for the Inaugural Up Next Preview Camp and we begin our team breakdowns today. Check out Team Black and Team White.

Team Black

Jalen Whitley, Weaver Middle, 2026: Whitley stole the show displaying superb ball skills. He had the best handle in the building, knocked down pullup jumpers, and was a magician distributing to teammates. This kid is a must see.

Justin Hill, Warner Robins, 2025: Hill is a long player that utilizes his length well shooting passing lanes and getting deflections defensively. His instincts on defense will make it hard to keep him off the floor.

Allen Willock, Thompson, 2026: A tough player that likes to mix it up in the paint. I was most impressed with his ability to finish around the rim with either hand. He also demonstrated vocal leadership all day.

Trey Dantes, Warner Robins, 2025: He played within himself throughout the day. Most kids don’t get credit for making the right reads in a camp setting, but we want to show Dantes some love for playing the right way.

Ellison Dantes, Warner Robins, 2027: The younger of the Dantes brothers, Ellison showed a couple flashes and good signs. As he gets older and stronger his game should open up even more.

Derek Henderson, Feagin Mill, 2025: A lefty shooter that didn’t miss much. He nailed a game-winner in the opening game to get the excitement going.

Tai’Veon Davis, Thompson, 2025: He was super active on the offensive glass getting second and third chance opportunities. Every team needs a good hustle player like Davis.

Aiden Sweenor, Bonaire, 2025: Sweenor did a lot of the dirty work that won’t show up in the boxscore. He fought over the top of screens and dove onto the floor for 50/50 balls. Good motor.

Cordell Broadnax, Bonaire, 2027: He chose his spots to shine and played his role extremely well.

Team White

Chase Dupree, Miller, 2025: Dupree is a wiry guard that made a living shooting over the top of smaller defenders. He also made the right decision in pick-and-roll situations, but what is most intriguing is his length. You can tell he still has a lot of growing left in him.

Caron Howard, Byron, 2026: An ambidextrous player that was a matchup nightmare in the open court. His court vision and ability to pass and shoot with both hands will make him really valuable later in his career.

Jarvis Williams, Kay Road, 2028: Williams was the youngest kid in attendance, but he wasn’t rattled and competed hard. He found open areas and made the most of limited touches.

Jordan Powell, Warner Robins, 2025: He was really good out in space during gameplay and went through drill stations full speed.

Prince Ragin, Warner Robins, 2027: Is mature beyond his years. He was unfazed playing against older competition and looked comfortable playing his game.

Antone Johnson Jr, Tattnall, 2025: There was no stopping Johnson Jr. once he got full steam ahead. He is a big, strong, and fast player that got whatever he wanted.

Keiland Miley, Weaver, 2025: Had active hands on defense and made it hard for the man in front of him. Despite his shot being off, Miley still found ways to impact the game. I liked his engagement on both ends.

Jase Dixon, Bonaire, 2025: Dixon was good in transition and showed a willingness to be coached. This kid has a quiet demeanor, but he is sneaky good.