OTR Hoops: Florida Memorial Day Classic Day 2 Standouts & Notes – May 26, 2024

On The Radar Hoops headed down to Orlando, Florida where Game Point Sports and Events Center hosted the Florida Memorial Day Classic which runs through this coming Monday. On The Radar Hoops scouts are flooding the scene and evaluating players from all over Florida and Georgia. Here is who stood out on Day 2:

 By: Ross Van De Griek

2026 6-4 CG Willie Burnett (Team Breakdown)

Burnett, listed at 6-4 can do it all on the offensive end where he can score in bunches as well as on all three levels. Burnett also does a good job when it comes to his decision-making when he has the basketball in his hands whether it’s shooting or passing. Defensively, Burnett can guard all 94 feet applying pressure and forcing havoc on opposing guards and forcing them into taking tough shots. Burnett will be a name worth keeping tabs on as the summer rolls on.

2026 6-7 PF Herly Brutus (Buffalo Stampeders)

The 6-7 sophomore power forward is long, athletic, and strong when it comes to playing around the rim. Offensively, Brutus was in full-attack mode where he has grown into having an effective mid-range game whether it’s scoring off the bounce or catch. Defensively, Brutus can guard multiple positions and was very disruptive in the passing lanes. Excited to see the growth in Brutus’ game as the summer rolls on as well as the next two high school seasons.

2025 6-7 Wing Cameron Bryant (Sunshine Elite)

I don’t typically write about the same kids twice in the same weekend, but Bryant’s game has continued to impress. In a win over Team Breakdown, Bryant finished with a double-double (30 points and 11 rebounds). His fluidity on the defensive glass has continued to speak high volumes where he can be versatile with his length and athleticism. Bryant also continues to make winning plays and his recruitment is expected to take off as we are nearing the summer.

2025 6-0 PG Adyn Corbin (Buffalo Stampeders)

The 6-0 junior guard continues to be the train engine that sets the tone for his team. In the win over Team Breakdown, Corbin exploded for a game-high 23 points including knocking down four 3-pointers. Defensively, Corbin has grown to become more comfortable when it comes to guarding on and off the ball where he is very active on the perimeter and the passing lanes. Corbin is a true floor general who can attract a lot of college coaches this summer as well as heading into his senior season.

2025 6-8 PF Hans Dorleus (Austin Rivers Elite)

The 6-8 power forward plays with a combination skillset of size and athleticism around the rim on both ends of the floor. Dorleus has no problems when it comes to finishing in the paint whether it’s off the bounce or catch. Dorleus has also grown his game into becoming a viable three-level scorer as his confidence continues to grow. Defensively, he is a bruiser and one of the top rim protectors in the upcoming senior class.

2026 6-1 PG Luke Mayberry (Southeast Elite)

The 6-1 sophomore point guard continues to shoot the cover off the basketball this spring where he can connect from deep 3-point range. Mayberry has played with a ton of confidence as well as unselfishness when it comes to getting his teammates involved on the offensive end. On the defensive end, Mayberry shows true value and is an underrated rebounder on the glass. Despite the loss to Showtime Ballers, Mayberry scored the last 13 points of the game for his team.

2025 6-1 SG Brooklyn Vick (Showtime Ballers)

The 6-1 shooting guard continues to play with a combination skillset of size and speed. Vick made a havoc of applying constant pressure to opposing guards on the defensive end which was frustrating the opponent into taking tough shots. Offensively, Vick was very efficient when it came to scoring the basketball as he made some timely shots down the stretch. Vick has continued to improve his jump-shooting whether it’s from the mid-range or out on the perimeter. College coaches should be on Vick’s radar when the July Live Period comes around.

2025 6-0 PG Peyton Warring (TSE)

The 6-0 junior point guard continues to bring energy on both ends of the floor as well as having a strong knack for unselfishness. Warring continues to score at all three levels as well as playing tremendous defense when guarding on the ball. In the win over West Alabama Elite, Warring knocked down some clutch shots down the stretch to help lift his team. Underrated prospect in the upcoming senior class that college coaches need to know.

2024 6-4 CG Kaiden White (Southeast Elite 17U)

The 6-4 senior combo guard came up when it mattered most on the offensive end where he was very effective off the catch as well as the bounce. White has shown a ton of consistency on the defensive end as well winning the 50/50 possession and timely rebounding. Look for White to have a breakout summer before he announces a college decision.