OTR Hoops – Lemon Street Classic Day 2 Standouts – December 26, 2023

The historic Lemon Street Classic is always one of the best events of the season and this year’s tournament was full of headlines and drama. College coaches from across the country gathered at Marietta as some of the top programs in the region battled it out. We saw a number of D1 prospects, some big-time upsets, and a tournament scoring record broken. These are a couple of players who came to play on day two.

By: OTR Hoops

Caleb Jones – 6’1 – PG – North Gwinnett – 2024

North Gwinnett may have come out of the weekend with the most impressive win, knocking off a Christ School team that features several D1 prospects. Caleb Jones completely took over late in the game, scoring 16 of his 31 points in the 4th quarter. The deadly three-point stroke was on display all afternoon as he finished the game with 8 three-pointers. With Jones running the show, this North Gwinnett team could sneak up on anyone. Jones is currently committed to Arkansas-Pine Bluff who was in attendance this weekend.

Zymicah Wilkins – 6’8 – F/C – Christ School – 2025

While the Christ School wasn’t able to come out with the win, Zymicah Wilkins certainly made his presence felt inside and dominated the paint all game. Wilkins is an incredibly physical rebounder and uses his big 6’8 frame to carve out space. In the low post, Wilkins utilizes a mean drop step and finishes well with both hands. He finished Friday’s game with a 15-point double-double and had a good look at the buzzer but it didn’t fall. Wilkins currently holds a number of D1 offers including Seton Hall, Georgetown, Iowa, Minnesota, NC State, and others.

Moustapha Diop – 6’11 – F/C – Walker School – 2026

Moustapha Diop has one the highest ceilings in the state and Thursday’s game provided a good look at the strides he’s made since his freshman year. Diop went toe-to-toe with Ramon Soyoye, one of Georgia’s best defensive bigs, and still managed to post 17 points and 10 rebounds. His rim protection capabilities were on full display, 6 blocks for the game and a number of shots affected. Diop also shoots the ball very well for a player of his mold and the combination of size and elevation on his shot make it nearly impossible to contest.

CJ Geathers – 6’5 – SG – Chapel Hill – 2025

This Chapel Hill team can hurt you with a number of weapons but it was CJ Geathers leading the charge on Friday. He finished with a team-high 17 points in very efficient fashion, taking advantage of his opportunities while playing good team basketball. Geathers is a smooth attacker with the bounce to elevate and throw it down in traffic. The jumper looked good as well, a three-pointer and multiple one dribble pull-ups. His recruitment should gain some serious traction this spring and summer.

Colt Langdon – 6’8 – SF – Millbrook – 2025

Colt Langdon was one of the most highly-touted prospects coming in to the weekend and his play absolutely lived up to the hype. He led Millbrook to a win over Dutchtown on Friday, finishing with a game-high 27 points and 14 rebounds to make it a double-double. Langdon pairs excellent size on the perimeter with a high motor, two things that you either have or you don’t. He also shoots the three extremely well, 4 three-pointers in Friday’s game and a bunch more throughout the weekend. Langdon currently holds 20+ D1 offers and Notre Dame was in attendance this weekend.