Standouts from On the Radar’s Carolina Classic (Part 2)

Spartanburg, South Carolina – On the Radar was back in Spartanburg, South Carolina to host the Carolina Classic, advertising a head to head match-up between Georgia and North Carolina to determine the real “Hoop State”. The tournament featured noteworthy prospects from independent teams who are college ready or on the verge of becoming a true college prospect within the next few years. This feature specifically highlights 2025 and 2026 standouts in a two part series.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2026 | Kenan Grady | All Carolina 336


2026 Kenan Grady is a crafty, hard nosed lead guard that has a versatile skillset. Grady did well fighting for his All Carolina 336 squad, practically taking over on the offensive side. Grady had 14 points and did well attacking from the baseline and from the top of the key; absorbing contact and finishing on either side at the basket. Despite Grady’s calm demeanor on the court, Grady led in most categories, including steals and rebounds. Grady positions himself well on both sides to impact the game in a positive way.


2025 | Jaron LeMelle | Sewer South


2025 6’7″ Jaron LeMelle had one of the most impressive games I’ve seen from him this season at the Carolina Classic. LeMelle was on another level with his physicality and determination inside the paint. LeMelle was constantly coming up with second chance opportunities for his teammates; fighting and scrapping his way around. Defensively, LeMelle caused chaos with his play for his opponent with deflections and steals. LeMelle had one of the most impressive transition dunks over the weekend. Uber athletic prospect that will be able to make an impact at the next level.


2026 | Zayd Muhammad | AC Georgia


2026 Zayd Muhammad is going to be a prospect mentioned more and more frequently for AC Georgia. Muhammad has a variety of tools and with his length and athleticism, showed he’s got a lot to offer. Muhammad shot the ball well from the perimeter and with his 6’6″ size, was able to make plays around the basket inside. Muhammad has a long gate and high motor; that can get up and down the court quick and with ease. Muhammad makes smart decisions and knows when to get his teammates involved but can also create an opportunity for himself on multiple levels.


2026 | Dontavious Stringfield | Atlanta Strikers


2026 6’6″ wing, Dontavious Stringfield, was an impressive court general for his team throughout the weekend. Stringfield has great size and was vocal in directing his team throughout the game. Stringfield showed he has no issues handling the ball and threw some impressive outlet passes almost the full length of the court. Stringfield sees the court well and can find teammates on a dime. Stringfield did well shooting from outside and found himself with several points around the basket. Stringfield was a menace on the boards on both ends with his determination and strength.


2025 | Kam Stone | Atlanta Pivot


2025 6′ guard Kam Stone is a high energy prospect that feeds off his play defensively. Stone really got it going on the defensive end and scoring off transition baskets. The lefty had a breakout offensive performance, scoring 20 points off 5 made 3-pointers, showing off his high clip off a quick release. Stone does well facilitating in the half court set and had great timing for assists.


After serving on college coaching staffs and working at several universities in the Southeast, Jennifer Brazelton joined On the Radar Hoops as a National Evaluator in April 2022. She has been involved in the Georgia basketball community since 2015 and can be reached on Twitter @Proven_Prospect.