OTR Hoops: Florida Memorial Day Classic Sunday Standout Performers – May 26, 2024

ORLANDO, Florida, – On the Radar Hoops returns to the Sunshine State to host the second annual Memorial Day Classic. This event provides a prime opportunity for teams to get competition and players to receive exposure. Here is a first look at the players who stood out on day two.

By: Jonathan Hemingway

Juelz Bermudez – Team TMAC – 2026

Bermudez was one of the more complete guards that we evaluated on Sunday. He has a near complete skill set. His smooth ball handling and his soft touch work seamlessly together to make him a knockdown jump shooter. He also does a good job of drawing contact and getting to the free throw line. He scored 19 points in a morning match-up with Austin Rivers SE Elite.

Jordan Dickson – Showtime Ballers – 2024

Dickson is a superb athlete with college-ready athleticism. He scored a game-high 24 points in a Sunday afternoon win. Playing alongside Brooklyn Vick, he is free to roam the arc and look for scoring opportunities at will. He is extremely effective in transition where he splits defenders to finish at the rim. His bouncy-ness plus his skill make him a prospect who ought to be on a college roster for four years.

Ty Duncan – Austin Rivers SE Elite – 2027

Duncan turned in one of the top shooting performances of the day. He scored 23 points in a Sunday morning game. This included five 3-pointers. At this current trajectory, he is poised to be one of the Sunshine State’s top shooters in years to come. His shooting skill is complemented by fundamentals and willingness to be active when he does not have the ball in his hands.

Asa Kohn – Austin Rivers SE Elite – 2026

Kohn has put together a terrific two days at the #OTRMDC. We watched him light up the nets in one of the opening games on Saturday. On Sunday he led his team with 23 points in a win, which included five 3-pointesr. His poise combined with his size in the back court make him a threat each time he laces up for his squad.

Dylan Moody – Ray Allen Select – 2026

Moody is a lefty combo guard who can get hot in a moment’s notice. We watched him lead his team in a come from behind win on Sunday morning. He scored 17 points, which included five 3-pointers. Moody is nearly automatic when he catches the ball in rhythm with his feet set. He also provides ball handling and decision making at timely moments for his squad.

Isiah Sloan – Southern Stars Elite – 2026

Sloan is putting together a big weekend in Orlando. He closed out Saturday night with a game winning 3-pointer at the buzzer. Then followed that up with a 24-point effort on Sunday morning. He should be noted for his all-around game. He gets after it on the defensive end. His ability to stick the long-range jumper along with creating space with the dribble make Sloan a force to reckon with.

Kevon Walker – West Alabama Elite – 2025

Walker caught our eye on Sunday afternoon with his athleticism and blue-collar work ethic. He is a 6-6 forward who runs the floor with determination. We like his mobility within the half court offense. He sprints to set screens and crashes the boards with determination. There is upside with his game as he has the potential to defend multiple spots on the floor.

Jonathan Hemingway has been a National Evaluator for On the Radar Hoops since 2013. He has been involved in the basketball community since 1995 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him at JLHemingway@gmail.com and follow him on twitter @JL_Hemingway.