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

Orlando, FL – On the Radar headed down to Orlando, Florida where Game Point hosted On the Radar’s Memorial Day Classic with their 6 indoor courts, featuring age groups from 14-17U. Lots of new players hit the scene and stood out to our evaluators that were heavily featured on our social media platforms and will be tracked heading into the June and July NCAA Live Periods.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2025 | Iyran Francis | Showtime Ballers

In one of the more intriguing games of the weekend, Showtime Ballers, pulled out a 1 point win in their game over Hustle and Heart Elite. Iyran Francis stood out with a massive double-double, 18 rebounds and 11 points. Francis was impressive limiting his opponents to minimal offensive attempts and protecting the rim. Francis is a long, wiry post that uses his body on both ends and anticipates drives by opponents.


2025 | Kaleb Gallman | Atlanta Timberwolves

In my first time out watching Kaleb Gallman, he did not disappoint and has lived up to the praise he has been given. Gallman is a guard that scores it well from outside, at the mid-range, and inside the paint. Gallman is aggressive and assertive and utilizes his strength well fighting for rebounds or getting downhill. Like many of his teammates, Gallman anticipates his teammates well and had some impressive assists. Gallman is a big time player that will be a player to watch with Heritage High School this June and with the Atlanta Timberwolves in July during the NCAA Live Periods.


2024 | Josh Harris | Team Florida 

The 6’8″ forward out of Team Florida, Josh Harris, has been impressive early this spring. Harris is a long forward that has a high motor and gets to the basket with effortless footwork. Harris does well scoring inside of 15 feet, impressive scoring ability with his back to the basket or spot up around the midrange. Harris can also extend the court with his shooting ability and quick trigger release. Harris is a tough player to stop downhill and can score through traffic and contact.


2024 | Jemeh Jones | Q6 All-Stars

2024 6’5″ wing, Jemeh Jones, was impressive all weekend for Q6 All-Stars. Jones is an explosive, athletic player that filled up the stat sheet for his team. Jones added several points, assists, blocks, and rebounds each game I saw and stayed engaged on both ends. Offensively, Jones did well getting around his opponents in the paint, and showed he could step outside and knock down shots 15’+ out.


2024 | Derrick King | Athletes of Influence

2024 forward, Derrick King, has an impressive all-around game that is a player to keep an eye on heading into the summer NCAA Live Period events. King is a college body ready prospect that understands the game and positioning. King was productive on the boards; grabbing defensive rebounds and outleting the ball, as well as, going up for quick put backs. Defensively, King was a hard player to score over or around. King will use his strength and frame to his advantage and is very competitive down low.


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 at or on Twitter @jenbrazeIton.