We had a full camp on Saturday for the Inaugural Up Next Preview Camp and we continue our team breakdowns today. Meet Team Yellow and Team Navy.

Team Yellow

Kam Plummer, Feagin Mill, 2025: Plummer has a nice mix of scoring and facilitating to his game. He is a smart up and coming prospect that can play both guard spots.

Leyton Harris, Feagin Mill, 2027: The young guard struggled a little coming out the gate, but quickly found his rhythm in the second game and looked like a completely different player. I was impressed with his sweet shooting stroke.

Nolan Thompson, Bonaire, 2026: Thompson has a big body for his age. It is still early in his development, but with continual progress he has a chance to be an impact big-man in the future.

Brayden Emory, CFCA, 2025: Emory plays with a swagger that immediately puts you on notice. He shot it well with from distance, put it on the deck, and mixed it up on defense.

Jayden Harper, Warner Robins, 2026: It seemed like he was around every loose ball. If Harper ever gets his motor going it’ll take his game to another level. I think he’ll be an impact glue-guy in the coming years.

Will Sangster, Bonaire, 2025: He set good screens and banged down low. Sangster definitely has a little junk-yard-dog in him.

Ethan Gibson, Appling, 2025: Gibson made a living on the boards. His timing getting to missed shots was notable. He also showed the ability to get it off the glass and go make plays for others.

Chaz Stokes, 2027: A young south-paw guard that was aggressive pushing the ball and looking for his shot. As time moves forward he will get better because of his willingness to work.

Team Navy

Braylen Price, Northside, 2026: This kid took pride in getting stops. He absolutely D’d up his man whether on or off the ball. Price played with a lot of heart and that’s half the battle.

Landon Gates, Byron, 2026: Gates provided a burst of energy whenever he was on the floor. Nice little guard that showed floor general qualities.

Jordan Donald, Perry, 2025: Donald made a couple eye catching moves with his back to the basket. He took advantage of his size and was a force in the paint.

Christian Little, Mary Persons, 2025: A good shooter once he gets his feet set. He made good on multiple drive and kick three pointers from the corner. Little will be fine moving forward because shooting translates.

Gabriel Lucas, Warner Robins, 2025: Once gameplay started spectators immediately began asking… who is the kid with the braids? Lucas was quick end-to-end and made athletic finishes at the rim. The rising eighth grader also displayed above average court vision and ball handling skills. He has a chance!

Malik Gillespie, Feagin Mill, 2026: This kid is all business in between the lines. Gillespie controls the game and leads by example. The more I watch him play, the more I’m sold. He has the “it” factor.

Elijah Younger, Huntington, 2026: Younger didn’t try to do too much and took what the defense gave him. What he brings won’t always show up in the box score, but will help his team in the win-loss column.

Shontavious Gibson, Thompson, 2026: He had the best shooting form and release at camp. Gibson can be a dynamic shooter if he puts in the reps and continues fine-tuning his mechanics.

Related: Team Black & Team White Breakdowns