Breakout Shooters at On the Radar’s Elite 32

Marietta, GA – On the Radar hosted the first of 2 NCAA Live Periods in July, Elite 32, from July 6-9th across multiple locations with over 150+ teams featuring age groups from 14-17U. Lots of new and old players made impressions on our staff as well as college coaches on the sidelines. Feature stories for Elite 32 will feature breakout posts, facilitators, scorers, shooters, and utility players.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2024 | Brandon Fields | Tennessee Panthers

Brandon Fields was very impressive all weekend for the Tennessee Panthers. Fields put up an impressive 29 points in one game for the Tennessee Panthers, connecting on 7 3-pointers. Fields sees the court well, with or without the ball and any space the defense gives him, he’s letting it go. Fields has a very high clip from outside and the confidence to shoot it immediately. Fields also did well getting to the basket with crafty moves and finishing around and over defenders.


2025 | Bode Goodman | Iowa Attack

The 2025 shooter was one of the more impressive players in his age group. Goodman showed he could score in a variety of ways, but once he gets hot, he’s hard to stop. Goodman connected on multiple 3’s each game. Goodman is deadly off the catch and showed he can also create his own shot against an on-ball defender. Goodman sees the court well as the primary ball handler and was able to get some nice assists in with his team.


2025 | Dierre Hill Jr. | SW Illinois Jets

Dierre Hill Jr. was easily one of the most impressive players I saw this past weekend. Hill is an under the radar player that easily had 20+ points each game he stepped on the court. Hill is a dual sport athlete with a bunch of football offers, but his interest is picking up for basketball with D1 offers from Mizzou and Southeast Missouri State. The lefty is one of the smoothest players on the court, hitting it from deep, getting it into the post, and is a quick defender with nice hands to get it down the floor quickly in transition. After Hill’s performance this past weekend, I highly anticipate him to have a significant uptick in interest.

2025 Dierre Hill Jr (SW IL Jets / Vashon HS) showing his skill set on the hardwood at our Sunflower Showcase x Hardwood Classic. @HillDierre @Coachmcmurray @coachdanamorgan @vashon_bball @HardwoodEvents #RLHoops


2024 | Jaeden Rush | SW Illinois Jets

The Southwest Illinois Jets came to Atlanta with something to prove, and no one showed it more than Jaeden Rush. Rush is a calm and composed player that can score it in bunches. Rush has a deadly 3 from deep and a smooth, crafty game to get by defenders quickly to score at the basket or dish to teammates cutting inside. Rush is constantly on the attack, looking to score. College coaches looking for a confident ball handler that can score and takeover games, Rush is your guy.

Jaeden Rush has been on a scoring year this AAU season, has been filling it up almost every weekend. The guard scores the ball in various ways and is super skilled, one to watch in July #RLHoops

2024 | Kaiden White | Team Florida

Team Florida is packed with college prospects, but noone shoots it better than Kaiden White. White has been deadly off the catch, letting it go from deep with minimal space from the defense. White is a true 3 way scorer from 3, the mid-range, at the basket, and at the rim. Defensively, White stays active and engaged in plays and causes havoc for the defense with his quickness and athleticism. White picked up a D1 offer from Florida International University following his performance at Elite 32.


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 or on Twitter @jenbrazeIton.