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

Marietta , Georgia- On the Radar’s ‘Sweet Sixteen Session 2’ was the second NCAA Live Period of the travel season. Back in northwest Georgia and surrounding schools, this Live Period featured many of the southeast’s best travel teams. Offers and interests have picked up significantly following the first Live Period and with this second Live Period, college coaches have really begun to hone in on who are some of the premier standout players in 2024, 2025, and 2026.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2024 | Ky’Den Mays | Georgia Stunners

Ky’Den Mays was impressive all weekend long, leading the Georgia Stunners in some impressive wins. Going undefeated, Mays showed that he’s a poised, long guard that can impact the game in a bunch of different ways. Mays plays relentlessly from start to finish and is a nightmare for his opponents offensively and defensively. Mays has a great feel around the basket and with his nice footwork and length, can score it from floaters or put-backs effortlessly.


2025 | Isaiah Medina | STAT E1T1

The 7′ center, Isaiah Medina, with E1T1 is quite an intriguing prospect with his height and skillset. Medina was assertive and aggressive against older opponents with his shot blocking, rebounding, and put-back ability. Medina had nice footwork around the rim and did a good job keeping the ball out of the defenders reach. Medina added a few monstrous dunks in the game and showed he’s capable of being a solid prospect in his class.


2025 | AJ Petway | Tennessee Panthers

AJ Petway is a player to have on your team with time running out and the game on the line. Petway was confident and determined to score the ball as time was expiring, scoring in three straight possessions. Petway showed he’s a three-way scorer and does well getting to the basket. Petway has great handles and is a crafty player getting by defenders, either scoring or dishing to teammates. Petway has a high IQ and skillset that would make him a great prospect for the next level.


2025 | Maliq Sosa | Showtime Ballers

Maliq Sosa caught a lot of folks’ eyes this past weekend with his performance with Showtime Ballers. Sosa does a lot of the little things well and is relentless at attacking the basket, and finishing through contact. Sosa hit quite a few nice mid-range jumpers as well that were fluid and was able to elevate nicely with a high release over defenders. With his aggression on defense and the boards, Sosa is a nice all-around prospect to track as his development continues.


2024 | Daniel Thompson | Tony Bradley Elite

Daniel Thompson easily had the shooting performance of the weekend, connecting on 7 3’s in the win for Tony Bradley Elite over AE5 Gold. At 6’3″, Thompson does a great job spreading the floor and with his quick shot release, is able to get the ball up before the defender gets to him. Thompson is a pure and deadly shooter with a high clip, hitting almost each shot that went up. Thompson will be a prospect to track, especially going into the high school Live Periods.


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.