On the Radar’s Carolina Mania – 2025 Standouts (pt. 2)

Spartanburg, SC – On the Radar traveled up to Spartanburg, SC to host the annual Carolina Mania showcasing 15-17U teams from across the southeast across three different venues. The tournament featured noteworthy prospects from sponsored and independent teams who are college ready or on the verge of becoming a true college prospect within the next few years. This feature specifically highlights 2025 standouts in a two part series.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2025 | La’Quaree Glenn | PCH


2025 G La’Quaree Glenn is a big bodied guard that has a knack for scoring around the basket. Glenn is dominant on the boards and uses his size and footwork to score on easy putbacks. When attacking, Glenn is able to gain power by scoring off two feet and secures the basketball on the way up. Glenn showed he could create his own shot and had glimpses of scoring around the mid-range off pull-ups.


2025 | Landon Harvey | Rare 1’s


2025 guard Landon Harvey was one of the best shooters at Carolina Mania. Harvey showed he could get hot quick and had a quick release from deep. Harvey was quick to get to his spots and shot the ball immediately off the catch. Harvey also showed he could score inside, drawing fouls while attacking the basket. Harvey has the size and IQ to make an impact at the next level.


2025 | Amos Jones | SC Kings


2025 G Amos Jones was a name that caught the attention of scouts at Carolina Mania. Jones is a quick, long crafty guard that gets to the basket quickly. Jones was able to fill the stat sheet across with steals, assists, rebounds and points. Jones is an all-around smooth player that continually stood out with his effort on both ends of the court. Jones will be a player to keep an eye on over the next year as he heads into his senior year.


2025 | Dewon Simmons | Elite Game


2025 G Dewon Simmons has been a name that has come up over the past few years and his game continues to improve. Simmons is a tough lead guard that makes plays for his team by playing with energy and quickness. Simmons showed he could get to the rim by getting past his defenders, score on put-backs, and had a few nice pull-up 3’s once he crossed mid-court. Simmons also had some nice assists inside to his teammates and played with a controlled fast pace.


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 @jenbrazeIton.