2024 Sleepers at On the Radar Super 24

Powder Springs, GA – On the Radar hosted the final NCAA Live Period of the summer, Super 24 July 15th and 16th across multiple locations in Cobb and Cherokee County with over 200+ teams featuring age groups from 15-17U. Lots of new and old players made impressions on our staff with packed baselines of college coaches. Feature stories for Super 24 will comprise of 2024 sleepers, 2025 names to know, and up and coming underclassmen.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2024 | Jax Abernathy | Atlanta All-Stars

Jax Abernathy helped lead the Atlanta All-Stars to a 4-0 record to close out the last NCAA Live Period, with several solid outings including a 25 point game in a blowout win with 5 made 3 pointers. Of late, Abernathy has a very even keel, consistent approach about him that has boosted his stock even more. Abernathy embraces contact and with such a well-rounded game, looks to score it every time he catches the ball. Abernathy finishes through contact, hits open jumpers, and gets to the line regularly in each performance. Abernathy also does well on the boards despite his size and is constantly a threat to his opponents in every situation. Abernathy holds offers from Lee, Trevecca-Nazarene, and University of Alabama at Huntsville.


2024 | Deston Christian | Wood Elite South

I’ve watched Wood Elite every weekend we’ve hosted an On the Radar tournament and Deston Christian (pictured at top) truly surprised me with his play in the final Live Period. Christian went for 24 points against a solid Florida Rebels team and came close to pulling out the win behind his play. Christian finished the game with 24 points scoring a majority of his points in the paint against larger and taller opponents. Christians decision making inside was impressive and even more so with his quick touches and moves around the paint. Christian showed he could stretch the floor when his defender sagged off and made him pay with 2 3-pointers in the game. On the defensive boards, Christian cleaned up and gave his opponent very limited second chance opportunities. Offensively, Christian worked his way in for put-backs or by getting to the line by initiating contact. Christian is a big time sleeper in his class and will continue to gain interest this winter.


2024 | Luke Flynn | Atlanta Timberwolves

The first time I saw Luke Flynn play his freshman year in high school, I knew the kid was going to be special. Since then, Flynn has picked up 11 D1 offers and he’s not close to being done. Flynn continues to impress college coaches and our staff, going for 20 to 30 day in and day out. In the matchup against Georgia Stunners, Flynn went for 36 points off eight made 3-pointers. Flynn is a crafty point guard that can make impressive passes to teammates quickly or create his own shot just about anywhere on the court. Flynn is continually one of the hardest workers on the court on both ends, which has continued to pay dividends in his recruitment.


2024 | Justin McCall | Hawks Elite

Another player that I’ve watched a lot on the Hawks Elite squad is Justin McCall and he had a breakout performance with 23 points in front of a solid amount of college coaches. McCall went 3 for 3 from outside and showed confidence scoring at the mid-range and at the basket. McCall has great size and strength and can easily post up his opponent or take him to the basket off the dribble. Following his play at On the Radar, McCall picked up an offer from Marion Military and expect many more to come in heading into his senior season.


2024 | Ameer Ramadan | Southeast Elite

I prefer not to write about the same prospects back to back weekends, but after watching Ameer Ramadan’s performance in a win over Hawks Elite, I had to ignore the self imposed rule. Ramadan had 18 points off four 3-pointers, 6 assists, and 6 rebounds in the win. Ramadan has great decision making and reads on his teammates; always making the right plays with hardly any turnovers. Ramadan has great size for a point guard and with his strength and athleticism can do quite a few more things most typical guards cannot. With a 4.1 GPA and two high school state championships, I believe his recruitment will increase significantly and could see more attention from D2’s and Ivy Leagues in the near future.


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.