2023 Standouts from On the Radar Super 64 Camp

Norcross, Georgia- The On the Radar Super 64 Camp featured some of the top prospects in the class of 2023, 2024, and 2025 in the southeast. With over 180+ players in attendance, evaluators and directors were able to uncover some top talent to keep an eye on for the next few seasons.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


Cam Foster-Martez | The Lovett School

The 6’2″ guard out of The Lovett School, Cam Foster-Martez, made it hard for players on both ends of the court as he never took a play off. Did well getting in the dribbling and passing lanes of the offense; using his quick hands to acquire steals and finish on the other end. Foster-Martez has a strong, stalky build that makes him hard to stop on the offensive end. Foster-Martez also didn’t back down from guarding taller opponents despite his height. A work horse type player that will have an impactful senior year.


Amir Green-Jones | Central Gwinnett High School

The 6’2″ guard out of Central Gwinnett High School, Amir Green-Jones, had stock-rising summer and didn’t slow down at the Super 64 camp. Green-Jones is a lefty that has supreme confidence and can score the ball in a multitude of ways. Green-Jones does well off penetration and can score in a variety of ways around the basket including some nice floaters. Green-Jones will be a pivotal guard in the success for Central Gwinnett this season with two other incoming transfers, Jordan Harris and John Mark Avitable.


David Hansraj | River Ridge High School

The 6’2″ guard out of River Ridge, David Hansraj, has continually increased his stock over the last year. The lefty guard has improved his outside shot making ability considerably and has improved his finishes at the basket through contact. Hansraj is a very athletic point guard that reads the court very well and always finishes the play. Will have an another impactful season with River Ridge being the lead guard and scorer this season.


Prince Johnson | Pebblebrook High School

The 6’7″ wing out of Pebblebrook High School, Prince Johnson, is going to have a huge impact on the success of Pebblebrook this season. Johnson does a phenomenal job using his size to score around the basket and finishes at the rim with force. Johnson also does well protecting the rim, utilizing his size and athleticism to get constant blocks and deflections. Johnson joins a solid list of other incoming transfers to Pebblebrook this season including Cameron Smith, Jase McCullough, and Roc Lee.


Justin McCarter | Osborne High School

The 6’5″ guard out of Osborne High School, Justin McCarter, is one of the biggest stock risers of the summer. McCarter picked up several offers this summer, Piedmont and Reinhardt, and his confidence is continuing to improve. McCarter is a super athletic guard that can jump out the gym; scoring well above the rim, but can also score it from deep consistently. McCarter is continuing to pick up attention from colleges and universities around the southeast and once the high school season kicks off I expect more offers to trickle in.


Jase McCullough | Pebblebrook High School

The 6’3″ guard out of Pebblebrook High School, Jase McCullough, was one of the better shooters at the On the Radar Super 64 camp this past weekend. McCullough is another incoming transfer to the Pebblebrook squad and will be a huge asset and key to the success of the Falcons. McCullough has a very consistent and smooth stroke all around the court and nice handles to score off one dribble or finish around the basket. McCullough is a big time prospect that will find himself with several big time offers once the high school season gets going.


Braeden Ofosu-Kwarteng

The 6’2″ guard out of Whitewater High School, Braeden Ofosu-Kwarteng, is a coaches dream. Ofosu-Kwarteng has an incredibly high motor and constantly goes hard every possession. Ofosu-Kwarteng is incredibly active on the boards and scored around the basket in several consecutive possessions with his go-hard type approach to the game. Ofosu-Kwarteng will be a player to track not only for his effective offensive habits, but his great defensive ability as well.


Ben Ritger | Marist

The 6’6″ guard out of Marist, Ben Ritger, was one of the better longer frame guards in the class of 2023. For his size, he’s able to provide a lot of value to his teammates; finishing through contact and transition, knocking down the outside jumper, grabbing rebounds, and grabbing rebounds to go the full length of the court. Ritger does well using his body as well as reading the court to make the most opportune play. Ritger has a very high ceiling and a high IQ that could be a great asset at the next level.


After serving on college coaching staffs and working at several universities in the Southeast, Jennifer Brazelton joined On the Radar Hoops as a National Evaluator in April 2022. She has been involved in the Georgia basketball community since 2015 and can be reached at JenniferRBrazelton@gmail.com or on Twitter @jenbrazeIton.