Noteworthy 2025 Standouts from On the Radar’s Cincinnati Memorial Day Classic (Part 1)

Marietta, Georgia – On the Radar traveled up to Cincinnati, Ohio to put on the Memorial Day Classic. This tournament highlighted noteworthy prospects from independent and shoe teams in the Midwest and Southeast region who are college ready or on the verge of becoming a true college prospect within the next few years. This feature specifically highlights 2025 and 2026 standouts in a two part series.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2025 | Chase Huff | Kentucky Select


2025 guard Chase Huff is a shifty, quick guard that was able to score in bunches for his team. Huff gets downhill in a hurry, staying two moves ahead of his opponents. Huff had some impressive finishes around the basket using either hand off creative angles. Huff knocked down shots at the mid-range and out at the perimeter, creating space off minimal dribbles. Huff’s effort defensively was also noteworthy in his ability to generate steals and some impressive come from behind blocks.


2025 | Jaunte Jenkins | Kentucky Hoop Dreams

2025 6’4″ Jaunte Jenkins plays larger than advertised and is a prospect flying under the radar. Jenkins was consistent for Kentucky Hoop Dreams averaging around 20 points per game. Jenkins is an explosive and athletic finisher; finished well around the basket and stayed active on the boards. Jenkins really added a lift for his team on both ends with his versatile play and constant effort.


2025 | Andy Johnson | Kentucky Hoop Dreams


2025 6’5″ Andy Johnson was one of the more impressive players I saw for the first time for Kentucky Hoop Dreams. Johnson is a prospect that can make an instant impact at the next level with his supreme athleticism and vertical. Johnson had a double-double in the game I saw with 22 points off 4 made 3-pointers and 12 rebounds. Johnson is able to make an impact on the court in just about every way and had some of the best hands I’ve seen out of a younger prospect.


2025 | Hagan Preston | Kentucky Future Elite


2025 guard Hagan Preston had one of the more impressive individual performances of the weekend, going for 33 points off 7 made 3-pointers in the come from behind win for Kentucky Future Elite. Preston was resilient in the come back, hitting the game tying 3-pionter and scoring again in overtime to seal the deal. Preston is a workhorse in just about every area of the game and is a prospect worth tracking.


2025 | Jacob Wassler | Midwest Basketball Club


2025 6’11” forward is every college coaches dream and with so many schools always in search of a big, Jacob Wassler is your guy. Wassler put up 30 points off 4 made 3-pointers and pulled in 12 rebounds, putting his team on his back in a come from behind effort. Wassler has a great inside, out game that makes him an intriguing prospect for the next level. Understands interior positioning for rebounds and blocks, and can stretch the floor with his high-clip from outside.



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 on Twitter @Proven_Prospect.