On the Radar’s Summer Jam Standouts – Part 1

Marietta, GA – On the Radar was back home to host the annual Summer Jam showcasing 15-17U teams from across the southeast across in several host sites across Cobb and Cherokee County. 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 and 2026 standouts in a three part series.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2025 | Yusef Bowyer | AJ Bouye


2025 G Yusef Bowyer is a smooth lefty lead guard that has an arsenal of tools to use at all times. Bowyer has can score it off the catch or dribble from outside, connect on his shot at the mid-range, or find a teammate open for a quick pass inside. Bowyer is always several steps ahead the defense and does well reading the court with what his opponents are in defensively. Bowyer has been a standout for several scouts at On the Radar and will continue to hear his name mentioned throughout the rest of the summer heading into his senior year.


2025 | Shane Cherry | B-Maze Elite


2025 guard Shane Cherry was mentioned several times by our scouts throughout the weekend at Summer Jam. Cherry gets going by getting stops on defense and is able to score it on the opposite end going coast to coast. Cherry had several 20+ point games, leading B-Maze Elite to several big wins over the weekend. Cherry is a quick guard that can create space to get his shot off from outside or blow by defenders off the dribble. Three level scorer that can play and will make an impact at the next level.


2025 | Elijah Clinton | Team Thad


2025 W Elijah Clinton made the game look easy this weekend at Summer Jam. At 6’6″ Clinton is comfortable taking the ball up the court and getting the offense going, through his play making ability of creating shots or electric dunks at the rim. Clinton has great inside footwork and moves around the basket easily. Clinton is a stock riser heading into this summer season.


2025 | Cam Dover | Atlanta Timberwolves


2025 W Cam Dover is on the verge of a breakout summer. Dover is continuing to gain confidence on the 3-point line and inside, banging up against larger opponents. Dover showed he plays well inside and out, finding ways to score at the basket or draw fouls inside. Dover was especially impressive with his quick outlet passes up the court, showing some of the best assists I saw all weekend. Dover is a high IQ player that has already attract attention of college coaches and will continually pick up recruitment heading into his senior season.


2025 | Keith Gillespie | AE Edwards


2025 G Keith Gillespie is another name that is poised to have a breakout summer. Gillespie averaged 20+ points this weekend and was almost impossible to stop. Gillespie is quick in the attack and release; always on looking to push and score when he’s given just a bit of space. Gillespie showed in several games that he is deadly from outside, connecting on 4-5 3’s a game.


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.