OTR Hoops: Florida The Opening Biggest Stockrisers – March 26, 2024

OTR hit the sunshine state this past weekend for The Florida Opening, our first Florida event of the year. 10 courts under one roof and a ton of talent made for another weekend full of storylines. We break down the prospects that helped their stock the most.

By: Cam Rickers

Jayden Guillaume – 2024 – BTI Pressure Elite UNSIGNED

Jayden Guillaume had scouts buzzing as early as game one. Guillaume squared off with Pat Johnson and won the battle inside, leading his team to a 70-77 victory. He’s as solid as they come at 6’8, ultra-strong and physical around the rim. He had a countless number of blocks throughout the weekend and controlled the glass for BTI. Whether Guillaume lands somewhere soon or reclasses to 2025, he will be a productive piece at the next level.

Toney Collins – 2024 – Holiday Hoops

Holiday Hoops brought several impressive unsigned seniors out this weekend, but Toney Collins may have been the most intriguing. Collins passes the eye test, 6’4 with a college-ready frame. His strong finishing ability was on display, multiple dunks and contact finishes at the rim. The three-point stroke looked smooth as well. Collins has all the makings of a college level 2-guard and he’ll be a steal for whoever lands him.

Aidan Agnew – 2025 – BTI Pressure Elite

Aidan Agnew was a popular name on our circuit last spring and he’s back with BTI Pressure Elite after recently reclassing to 2025. Agnew is a rare find, 6’7 with a big, solid frame but operates like a guard on the perimeter. He can power through traffic to get to the rim, knock down the three-ball, and also create for others. Agnew should be of interest to many LM/MM programs, especially after joining the 2025 class.

Adam Henderson – 2025 – GameSpeed Elite

GameSpeed Elite only played two games this weekend but that was enough for Adam Henderson to stir up some chatter. He exploded for 27 points against BTI Pressure Elite and did just about everything he could to keep GameSpeed in it. Henderson runs the floor hard and he was rewarded with several dunks and blocks in transition. At 6’7, Henderson can be effective inside with his soft touch or stretch the floor with his outside shooting ability. He’ll definitely be a player to track this spring.

Toby Lane – 2026 – BTI Pressure Elite

You won’t find many high school players that truly embrace the role of a point guard like Toby Lane. He controlled the pace for BTI and handled ball pressure like a pro. Despite being undersized, Lane was constantly pressuring the rim off of ball screens and even finished some tough ones at the cup. On Sunday, Lane went toe-to-toe with DJ Sandi, one of the state’s top point guards. Lane held his own to say the least and led BTI Pressure Elite to a statement win.

Cam Rickers has lived in Georgia his whole life and joined OTR as scout/evaluator in 2023. He’s spent the past few years scouting for PrepHoops, building a reputable profile within the grassroots scene. In addition to his work for OTR and PrepHoops, he is also the Recruiting Director for Sewer South. You can reach him at camrickershoops@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @CamRickersHoops