On the Radar Breakout Camp: Top 2025 Guards & Wings
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
Deke Cooper | Woodward Academy
The 6’6″ wing out of Woodward Academy was one of my favorite prospects to watch this past weekend. Cooper is very active and aggressive offensively, does well creating his shot using one or two dribbles, and showed he could get to the rim easily. Cooper has a very nice pull-up with handles for a bigger guard and gets by the defense with a great first step.
Turner Davis | North Cobb Christian
The 6’1″ guard plays bigger than advertised. Turner Davis out of North Cobb Christian has been on the steady incline with his crafty handles and finishes. Davis has a keen sense for the ball and stayed active on the boards for easy put-backs. Easily scored 3 back-to-back shots in one game and was a hard player to keep out of the lane.
Isaiah Dulaney | McEachern High School
The 6’5″ guard out of McEachern, Isaiah Dulaney, continually hit my notebook during the length of the camp. Dulaney showed he could score at each level and playing on a team with a strong lead guard, was able to score in a lot of different ways. Dulaney has a high IQ and real understanding for the game that has shown continued growth in his game this summer.
AJ Etienne, Jr. | North Druid Hills High
The 5’8″ guard out of North Druid Hills, AJ Etienne, Jr., was a player who caught my eye during warm ups and continued to shine during 5 on 5 play. Etienne has a strong build and uses his strength to blow by defenders. Was solid as the lead guard for his team, found open teammates continuously by firing in to his teammates on the fast break. In the half-court set, Etienne showed he could make the right reads with teammates coming off screens or creating his own shot.
Zion Greene | McDonough High School
The 6’3″ guard out of McDonough, Zion Greene, was a player that continued to show he was always one of the best on the court. Greene has uber-athleticism and a fight to always win the play. Much like his teammates at McDonough, Greene stays active the full length of the court defensively and with his quickness and active hands, was able to grab steals and finish at the rim in transition.
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.