OTR x SH Report Shootout Session 1 Standout Guards – June 20, 2024

On the Radar Hoops and Southern Hoops Report teamed up to host 48 teams from all over the state on Saturday. The competition was thick, and the matchups didn’t disappoint. Exposure was at a premium too, college programs from all over the region in attendance as well as several different scouting services. Here, we break down some of the best guards that we saw on Saturday.

By: Cam Rickers

Tramello Carter – 2025 – South Gwinnett

Tramello Carter opened a lot of eyes on Saturday and proved he deserves more attention than he’s getting. Carter is extremely solid on both ends of the floor. Defensively, Carter moves his feet extremely well and has the frame to absorb contact. On the offensive end, he’s shifty with the ball and attacks with purpose. Carter’s strength and ability to defend could certainly help him to see the floor early wherever he ends up.

Jarvis Wright – 2025 – Ware County

Jarvis Wright’s name is skyrocketing up boards right now, arguably one of the hottest players in the state. He kept up the momentum going on Saturday as he put on an absolute shooting clinic. Wright is an elite shooter in every sense. He’s got deep range, beautiful form, and doesn’t need much time or space to get it off. Wright received an offer from North Florida a few weeks ago and should garner the interest of many more schools this month.

Brendan Tousignaut – 2025 – Sequoyah

Brendan Tousignaut returns as the centerpiece for Sequoyah this year and he did a little bit of everything for them on Saturday. Tousignaut’s shining moment came late against Gainesville when he hit the go-ahead three with a minute left and then came back down and converted the game-winning putback at the buzzer. He’s a very versatile wing prospect, skilled on the perimeter and deadly from beyond the arc but also tough enough to battle inside. Tousignaut is beginning to garner some LM/MM interest and his recruitment will be something to keep an eye on this summer.

Anderson Shepherd – 2025 – Dacula

Anderson Shepherd was a popular conversation around the gym on Saturday and he could go down as the biggest stock riser from the whole event. Against Lee County, he caught fire and went for 28 points. Shepherd proved to be a lethal spot-up option, quick with his release and confident in his shot. He showed off the springs as well with a couple of highlight dunks. Shepherd’s performances on Saturday could very well lead to an uptick in his recruitment.

Darnell Collins – 2026 – Rome

Darnell Collins has been flying under the radar for years but he used Saturday as an opportunity to demand the attention of anyone in attendance. Collins has grown significantly over the past year, looking every bit of 6’5 now. Not only does Collins have great size for the PG position, he’s an explosive athlete that can finish above the rim. He knocked down a handful of threes on the day as well. Collins will be a must-see 2026 at the OTR live period events in July.

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