On the Radar’s Summer Jam Standouts – Part 2

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 | Salim London | Georgia Stars


2025 G and Hoover product Salim London had a strong showing for the Georgia Stars this past weekend. London is a high-motor wing that can make sound decisions quickly and find a basket. The lefty showed he could score it from just about anywhere on the floor and stays engaged on both ends at a high level. London has a nice vertical that allows him to get up over defenders and protect the rim on defense.


2026 | Ethan Long | MBAOSAG


2026 6’7″ F Ethan Long is a stock riser that will make waves this travel season. Long has a high ceiling and makes an impact instantly on the court. Long has the intangibles and skillset to dominate inside and showed that he can step outside, consistently knocking down 3’s from deep. Long is a three level scorer and with his size and frame is college ready.


2025 | Josiah Mawdelsey | Blue Collar Basketball


2025 6’5″ wing Josiah Mawdelsey fits in nicely with a strong BCB team. Mawdesley has consistently improved over the last few years and is tracking to have a breakout summer. Mawdelsey has a long, wiry frame and combined with his high-motor allows him to score off quick baskets in transition. In the halfcourt set, Mawdelsey moves well without the ball and can get to his spots quickly and knock it down off the catch. With his length and high release, Mawdelsey is a tough prospect to stop.


2025 | Micah Medley | Team Huncho


2025 F Micah Medley has continued to improve and with his added size and height, is a tough prospect to stop inside. Medley is active on the block and demands the ball from his teammates. Medley showed off several nice baskets inside with his touch and footwork, as well as his keen sense for the ball on several putbacks. Medley had few guys competing against him on rebounds due to his size and strength. Solid, sound player with a high ceiling.


2025 | Sean Morgan | Team Persons


2025 G Sean Morgan had one of the best shooting performances I saw all weekend, pouring in 26 points off 8 made 3’s. Morgan is a guard who can take it up the court and connect as soon as he crosses half court. Morgan did well sprinting up the court off opponents missed baskets and setting up for quick 3’s off the catch. Morgan is a crafty guard that can also get it going by creating his own shots off a quick dribble pull-up or by getting by his defenders in the half court set. Morgan will be a player to keep an eye on with his skill set and shooting ability.


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.