OTR Hoops: Sweet Sixteen – Day 3 Standouts and Notes – May 20, 2024

The Live Period is here, and, On the Radar Hoops, scouts are flooding the scene across the greater Atlanta area. Teams from across the Southeast region are on full display putting in the hard work. Here is who stood out on Day 3 of the Sweet Sixteen.

By: Ross Van De Griek

2026 6-2 CG Jeremy Chatman (Alabama Fusion 2026)

The 6-2 sophomore combo guard is as crafty and can create his own shot whether it is off the catch or bounce. Chatman also plays with a strong knack for unselfishness where he gets his teammates involved often and early. Chatman was also a lock-down defender where his footwork and athleticism continue to improve as he can guard positions 1 through 4 as well as rebound well from the guard position. Excited to see the growth in Chatman’s game the rest of the summer as well as for the next two high school seasons.

2025 5-10 PG Jah Chin (SWFL Hoops 2025 BLACK)

Chin, listed as a 5–10 point guard brought a versatile skill set whether it was his toughness or grit, and can score in bunches across all three levels. Chin found ways to get his teammates involved whether it’s off the bounce or on the move. His distributing has continued to improve where he is playing more confidently where he gets assists as well as his smooth touch on the offensive end. Good lead guard who should gain a ton of interest as the summer nears.

2025 6-3 PG Spencer Clayton (SWFL Hoops 2025 RED) (Pictured at Top)

Clayton, A 6-3 point guard who has the green light to shoot it from anywhere within the half-court. He hurts opponents with his willing to be effective whether it’s off the bounce or catch as he is very lethal when it comes to scoring from the perimeter. Defensively, he brings a ton of versatility where he can guard multiple positions using his size and length to an advantage.

2025 6-3 PG Braden Moore (GA Canes)

Moore picked up his first D-1 offer from Arkansas Pine-Bluff following a performance where he was electrifying from the outside on the offensive end. Moore was unafraid to let it fly and gained a ton of confidence very early in the win over Team Chuck Person. Moore was also very efficient on the defensive end as well where he was very active jumping the passing lanes as well as picking up timely rebounds for his team.

2026 6-10 PF Toni Bryant (Nightrydas 2026 EYBL)

The 6-10 sophomore power forward-center was showcasing his true inside-out game in the win over JetLife. Bryant has strong hands and can catch everything that is thrown his way where he can punish you above the rim as well as having the confidence shooting from the perimeter. On the defensive end, Bryant’s length continued to be a huge problem for the opposition where they had a hard time getting off a solid shot as he erased a load of shots that were headed his way.

2025 6-1 PG Bryson Berry (Team Dr1ven 2025)

The 6-1 junior point guard continues to show consistency on the offensive end where he produces and scored in bunches. Berry scored 20+ in all four games for his team where he showcased his ability where he can score on all three levels. On the defensive end, Berry is a hard-nosed guard where he applied constant pressure when guarding on the ball as he made it difficult for opposing guards to get to the rim. Berry should gain a ton of interest from college coaches as he has taken his game to a whole new level following this weekend.

2025 5-11 CG Isaac Plavich (Blue Collar Basketball)

The 5-11 junior combo guard is one of the top two-way guards I saw this weekend at the Sweet Sixteen. On the offensive end, Plavich was dangerous when it came to stroking the ball from behind the arc finishing with 27 points on nine 3-pointers in the loss to Nightrydas 2026 EYBL. On the defensive end, Plavich covered all 94-feet where he applied constant ball pressure and toughness forcing the opposition into forcing up shots. Plavich’s game continues to grow before our eyes as he could pick up a load of interest from college coaches as the summer nears.

Ross Van De Griek has been a Southeast Region Scout for On The Radar Hoops since January 2024. He has been involved in basketball scouting since 2022. You can reach him via email at rossvdg14@gmail.com or follow him on X/Twitter @RossVDG14.