Standouts from On the Radar’s Sweet 16 (Part 2)

Marietta, Georgia – On the Radar was back in Marietta, Georgia to host a the Sweet 16, the first NCAA Live Period of the year. This tournament highlighted noteworthy prospects from independent and shoe 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 three part series.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2026 | Lamarcus Harbor | Jet Life


2025 wing Lamarcus Harbor caught eyes of college coaches with his play this past weekend. Harbor is a long, wiry guard that creates shots for himself around the perimeter and interior. Harbor did well knocking well knocking down 3-pointers off the catch, but showed he could create mid-range jumpers with 1 to 2 dribbles and hit some impressive step-back shots in the process. Harbor does well using his length around the basket and is tough to defender. Defensively, Harbor stays active in the paint and makes it difficult for his opponents to get shots inside. A hidden gem prospect that is deserving of next level looks.


2025 | Jack Kuhl | Hoop Grind


2025 6’6″ wing Jack Kuhl is a prospect I haven’t heard much about but is flying under the radar. Kuhl has a great feel and understanding for the game, and was consistent throughout the weekend. In one game, Kuhl had 3 back-to-back dunks, aggressively attacking the basket in transition. Kuhl uses his length well around the basket finishing with either hand through traffic and using appropriate angles to get around defenders. Kuhl does well in the low corner, cutting to the basket at appropriate times and cleans up well for his team.


2025 | Connor Neill | Atlanta Timberwolves

2025 6’7″ small forward Connor Neill is a high-motor player that can attack in a variety of ways. Neill averaged close to a double-double throughout the first Live Period with his intensity and drive. Neill does well on the interior scoring at or above the rim by beating his opponent inside with his footwork and finesse. Neill is able to stretch the offense with his consistent shot making ability 10’+ out. Neill stays active and engaged on plays and understands how to move without the ball and can pick apart the defense by finding open spots or cutting to the basket. Did well face-up or backing his opponent down. High IQ player with a high ceiling.


2025 | Torian Reeves | Soo Fresh Supreme


2025 Torian Reeves has been jumping out the gym all spring and the Live Period was no different. Reeves continually plays at or above the basket; finding most of his points for dunks in transition or off misses. Reeves has a smooth jumper at the mid-range and around the perimeter, finishing with a high release that is hard to block. Reeves is a menace defensively, continually protecting the basket with his length and vertical. Expect Reeves’ interest to pick up heading into the summer months.



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.