OTR #Elite32 – Can’t Miss 15U Guys Pt 2

KENNESAW, GA – As per usual, I took my act on the road to multiple sites to catch as much age group action as possible over the 4 highly successful days at OTR’s Elite 32.

Over 200 teams and 400 coaches graced us with their presence as the Southeast’s top destination for competition and exposure teamed with Midwest circuit power Recruit Look and as a combo proved once again where to be with some high-quality entrants ranging from as far west as California and including Nebraska, Missouri, Texas, Iowa and Minnesota among others.

Here’s Part 2 of some Can’t Miss 15U guys I came across in my Day 2 jaunt to Kennesaw Rec Center Friday.

By Keith Agran

Kyle Cason | PG | All Iowa Attack | 2025

Impressive scoring PG with an advanced combo of composure and scoring acumen, even playing later in the day on a tweaked ankle he was full of grit and seemingly didn’t lose a ton due to his sound understanding of the position, combined with wing Luke Wieskamp and a deep roster to be among the better 15U groups I saw all day.

Luke Jack | SG | Wood Elite | 2025

College coaches and scouts will be gravitating to Creekview out in Canton to get a good look at this developing star wing, at 6-5 with a ton of variety and the mind of a seasoned point guard to go with the scoring chops he offers a ton of possibilities with 3 full seasons to go.

DJ Davenport-Cox | SG | Tier2 Elite | 2025

The South Cobb product has been scoring it at a consistent clip in mid to high double figures most of the spring and summer, combines with outstanding guards Landon Murphy (Lovett) and Tarenz Collins (Hillgrove) in a 3-pronged attack for Tier2 that has been a lot to handle off the bounce and shooting it for opponents.

Mason Smith | SG | JEB Elite | 2025

Big fan of this roster from OKC as they boasted options across the spectrum including clutch play game in and game out from deft guard Alec Cunningham as well, Smith was perhaps the most versatile of the bunch with a physical punch to play some forward and plenty of quickness to get by people from the backcourt.

Ty Harpring | SG | ATL Timberwolves | 2025

Best player I saw all day at Kennesaw Rec from an A to Z standpoint as when he gets it going with the shot he can be virtually unstoppable at this level, expect him to be equally tough as he takes on his 2nd varsity season with a Blessed Trinity team that has state title aspirations, the speed with the ball and understanding of where to be and how to get it done in multiple ranges is special.

Alejandro Aguilar | SG | City Rocks New York | 2025 (pictured at top)

This was yet another roster with 3 or 4 guys worthy of mentioning, the drive game and determination was what stood out with Aguilar who appeared a step ahead both physically and mentally with a solid skill package that still has a ton of room to grow, this Rochester-based organization was impressive and hope to see them again in future Recruit Look collaborations.

Camron McDaniels | SG | Louisville Legends | 2025

The big guard combo of McDaniels and Justice Decker was a whole bunch to deal with as both go 6-4 or so and packed a punch in close to the basket, McDaniels handled the ball some and when facing the basket has the look of a future college prospect with precision shooting and crafty driving.

Gabriel Jacobs | SG | Team One Step Away | 2025

When I saw him last winter with Warner Robins I thought back then he was among the best 2025’s I’d seen and nothing has changed as this is a star in the making out of Middle GA, the burgeoning game is full of pluses as the lift off the deck and the movement out in space separated him from most of his peers at this stage and he’s only scratching the surface in my view.

Keith Agran has lived in Georgia since 2011 and joined OTR as a National Evaluator in 2021. He previously scouted for Prep Hoops dating back to 2019 and has both a championship-coaching background on the HS-level and daily newspaper writing experience, both from New Jersey. You can reach him at keithagran1@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @BracketSage.