On the Radar Breakout Camp: Top 2025 Bigs

Norcross, Georgia- The On the Radar Breakout camp featured some of the top prospects in the class of 2025 and 2026 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


Chane Bynum | Booker T. Washington

The 6’8″ forward out of Booker T. Washington, Chane Bynum, will be a household name in the class of 2025. Early D1 offers include Georgia State and Xavier, and that list will grow rapidly as his name begins to circulate around the southeast. Bynum is a very active prospect inside and with his wingspan, is able to do so many things well around the basket, including being a rim protector defensively. From the outside, Bynum has a nice smooth stroke and hits at a high rate.


Ethan Carter | Arlington Christian

The 6’7″ forward out of Arlington Christian, Ethan Carter, is a high-motor player with active finishes at the rim. Carter was one of the more exciting players to watch and with his size, is able to impact the game in a lot of different ways. Really like his skillset from 15′ out, and in transition, is almost impossible to stop. Carter has a high ceiling and with continued development will be a name to track for the next few years.


Dakylan Hill | Laney High School

The 6’6″ forward out of Laney High School, Dakylan Hill, is an explosive big with a high upside. Hill does really well scoring with his back to the basket and once he catches and squares up. The lefty does well scoring around the basket utilizing a strong drop step and can really get off the ground quickly. Continually stood out as one of the best players on the court from start to finish at the Breakout Camp this past weekend.


Amir Taylor | Grayson High School

Amir Taylor continues to make strong impressions with his game each time he steps on the court. The 6’8″ forward out of Grayson High School has several D1 offers and with his continued improvement, the noise around him continues to increase. Taylor’s confidence has continually improved throughout the summer and with a long list of talented prospects, should help Grayson make another big run in the GHSA State Playoffs this year.


Caleb Wilson | Holy Innocents

The 6’8″ forward out of Holy Innocents, Caleb Wilson, continues to shine each time he steps on the court. Wilson does well protecting the ball with his length, and with his size, is able to get to the basket quickly. Wilson does well finishing around the basket and does well scoring above the rim in transition. An active player on both ends, it’s almost impossible scoring around the basket when Wilson is in the game. Wilson’s handles and outside shooting ability has continually improved this summer and will be a player to keep an eye on heading into the high school season.


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 @thegirlinadidas.