OTR Hoops: Florida Memorial Day Classic Day 3 Standouts and Notes – May 28, 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 3:

By: Ross Van De Griek

2026 6-2 PG Jayden Joseph (Team Breakdown)

The 6-2 sophomore point guard plays with an absolute burst of speed as well as playing under control. Joseph also adds great size and athleticism on the offensive end where he has a strong knack for finishing at the front of the rim. Defensively, Joseph can guard all 94 feet where he applies constant pressure when guarding the ball. Look for Joseph’s recruitment to take off as we near the summer Live Period.

2025 6-5 Wing Adam Henderson (Game Speed Elite)

Henderson, listed at 6-5 is a long and lanky forward where he has strong hands and body control where he can finish around the rim while absorbing contact. His timing and patience on the offensive end have also continued to improve as we head towards the summer. Defensively, Henderson can guard multiple positions as his versatility continues to speak high volumes.

2025 6-6 Wing Carter McCarn (SEBA Basketball)

McCarn, listed at 6-6 has a great combination skillset of length and size where he has a position-less game on the offensive end. McCarn adds great hands and footwork for his size where he can finish efficiently around the rim as well as in the mid-range. He has also become more confident when it comes to shooting from behind the arc on the offensive end. Excited to see McCarn take the next step in his game where he can attract a lot of college coaches at the summer Live Period.

2027 6-3 SG Calvin Laing (Southeast Elite 15U)

Laing plays a complete physical game where he frustrates the opposing guards as he can defend you whether it’s out on the perimeter or playing at the rim. Laing has a soft touch on the offensive end where he can finish on either side of the rim. Defensively, Laing’s length speaks high volumes as he can block shots, rebound, and push the basketball in transition. Laing will be a name to keep note of as the summer nears.

2026 6-2 SG Asa Kohn (SE Elite Gold)

Kohn is becoming more of a perimeter threat this spring and it surely showed on Monday morning. Kohn continues to play with a ton of poise and confidence on the offensive end where he can be very effective whether it’s off the catch or bounce. Defensively, Kohn can guard in the half-court as good as any of them as his two-way versatility continues to speak high volumes.

2024 6-6 Wing Jordan Russell (Team Breakdown DMV)

Russell, listed at 6-6 remains unsigned but should attract a ton of college coaches on his radar after having a solid weekend with his rim protection. Russell is a rebounding machine who can also block shots at a high level as he plays with a ton of length and physicality. Offensively, Russell’s game evolved around the rim where he has a soft touch and impressive footwork for his size.

2026 6-4 CG Wyatt Thompson (SEBA Basketball)

Thompson, listed at 6-4 has a great combination skillset of size and speed where he can be effective in a lot of ways on the offensive end. Thompson has the ability where he can get downhill while finishing through traffic against multiple defenders. Defensively, Thompson showed his versatility where he can guard on and off the ball at a high level. Excited to see the growth in Thompson’s game over the next two seasons as well as the summer Live Period.