2025 Names to Know from On the Radar’s 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


2025 | Josh Dixon | TSF

Josh Dixon has been producing on the court for a while and his interest is picking up significantly as of late. Dixon is deadly inside of 15 feet; with a quick first step, is able to take his defenders to the basket or create distance to hit a jumper before his defender recovers. Dixon has great ball movement; from a quick, crisp pass inside or splitting defenders and pulling in the help for a quick pass back out to his open teammate. Dixon steps up when its crunch time and has no hesitation to take the winning shot. Dixon holds offers from Hofstra, Middle Tennessee State, Presbyterian College, and Western Carolina.


2025 | Tre Jackson | 1 Family

Tre Jackson is a player that is flying under the radar in his class despite being on a well-known 1 Family team. Jackson went for 19 points in a 1 point loss against a strong Team Huncho quad. Jackson was assertive making plays and hitting big time shots down the stretch to keep his team in the game. Jackson is known in his state for being a knock down shooter from 3 and easily one of the best shooters in his class. Jackson can also fill up a stat sheet going for multiple rebounds and assists per game.


2025 | Carby Martin | AE5

Carby Martin has had one of the best spring’s and summer’s, and college coaches need to be on notice. Martin has poise, confidence, and leadership most players do not for his age and a game to back it up. Martin showed he could score it from deep, off a baseline drive, at the mid-range, or at the free throw line after attacking his opponents. The lefty plays with a high motor on both ends and can score around the basket with either hand. This springy guard is a big time stock riser and will be highly sought out in the coming year and with a 3.9 GPA shows he’s a well-rounded student-athlete prospect.

2025 | Mekhi Ragland | Team Huncho

The 6’10” forward, Mekhi Ragland, put on a clinic in the win for Team Huncho over a strong 1 Family team. Ragland showed he can score anywhere inside of five feet with his footwork and touch around the basket. Also, was a board eater cleaning it up on both ends and making sure his opponent very minimal second chances. Hit the game winner from 3, proving he can knock down shots as the trail man. Ragland has picked up D1 offers from East Carolina, Georgia State, and  Kennesaw State during the Live Periods in June and July.


2025 | Landon Vanderwarker | Midwest Basketball Club

The 2025 6’7″ wing was one of the best prospects I saw this weekend, regardless of class. Vanderwarker is a deadly shooter from deep but keeps defenders on their toes as he can beat them off the first step heading to the basket with a baseline dunk or a lay-up over the help. Vanderwarkers size and length with his skillset has made him a prime prospect and with his work ethic and high-motor, has the ultimate package. Vanderwarker holds several D1 offers from mid-majors across the US.


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.