On the Radar Breakout Camp: Top 2026 Prospects

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


Kayden Allen | Grayson High School

The 6’4″ incoming guard out of Grayson High School, Kayden Allen, was one of the top prospects in the building, despite only being an incoming freshman. Allen is a high IQ guard that can run the offense and create his own shot. A very disciplined player that scores the ball at a high rate and makes the right plays. Allen will be an immediate impact player on a talented Grayson team that includes Chad Moodie (2023), Giacarri Harris (2024), Anthony Alston (2024), and Amir Taylor (2025).


Jay Green, Jr | Thompson High School

The 6′ guard out of Thompson High School, Jay Green Jr., was a player that caught the attention of coaches immediately. Green does well reading the defense; ran the ball well at the main guard spot and got to the basket quickly; used his strength well and connected on several floaters. Did well defensively, guarding the ball full court and with his quickness picked up quite a few steals.


Isaiah Langley | Berkmar High School

The 6’2″ guard out of Berkmar High School, Isaiah Langley, will be another high level 2026 guard to track. Langley is a very smooth guard that reads the court well for a younger guard. Handles the ball very well in traffic and finishes with crafty moves around the basket; understands how to use his body to protect the ball and score around defenders. Has a nice outside jumper and shoots at a high clip.


Kota Suttle | Wheeler High School

The 6’3″ guard out of Wheeler High School made a name for himself this summer and is a big stock riser in the 2026 class. Suttle has two D1 offers, Howard and Radford, and I expect that list to continue to grow heading into his freshman year at Wheeler. Suttle does well on both ends of the court; offensively he did well getting to the basket and defensively is tenacious guarding the ball.


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.