Standouts from On the Radar’s Sweet Sixteen II (Pt. 3)

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


2026 | Christopher Washington Jr. | Florida Rebels

Florida Rebels, Christopher Washington, Jr., will be a player we’ll be tracking for the next few years and fully anticipate hearing his name across circuits very soon. The 6’9″ wing showed he’s got a high ceiling and a lot of potential as his game continues to develop. A long player that got down hill quickly outside the 3 and showed he could spot up and shoot from just about anywhere on the court. Had a solid game 15 feet out and after reading the defense, was able to make the right play.


2024 | Colin Way | Pressure Elite

The 6’5″ guard, Colin Way, has been one of the most consistent guards the last two years. Way has a knack for playing solid, fundamental basketball. Way does well reading his teammates and finding the holes to cut to the basket or shoot off the catch. Way has a very high clip from outside, and can score around the basket just as well.


2025 | Jared White | EYA 

Jared White has been impressive just about every weekend early on in the travel period. Leading EYA, the 2025 point guard does well advancing the ball up the court, being a floor general running the offense, and attacking the basket when he sees an opening. Not often do true point guards receive praise, but White is a player that can truly produce and be an asset on any team.


2025 | Peyton Wiggins | Alabama Fusion

After a slow first half, Wiggins really got going in the second half showing he can score in bunches. Finished a competitive game with 21, scoring from different areas on the court, but also showed he could defend and communicate in help side. Wiggins was very active with his length and did well on ball and getting in the passing lanes. Smooth and crafty finisher that will be a prospect that will play at the next level.


2024 | Kenye Williams | Gold Elite

2024 6’4″ Kenye Williams is a sneaky athletic player that continually stood out for Gold Elite throughout the weekend. Williams played much bigger than advertised, showing his versatility and long wingspan on both ends of the court. Williams showed he could consistently grab rebounds and protect the rim on defense, as well as showing throwing down some impressive dunks on the opposite end.


2025 | Jeremiah Wilson | Alabama Fusion

2025 point guard, Jeremiah Wilson, was easily one of the biggest stock risers in his class during the second NCAA Live Period. The wiry lefty was smooth and in control of his team every showing. Wilson has shown he has elite passing ability, finding teammates cutting to the basket. The south paw guard has consistently connected from deep and was one of the higher scoring guards throughout the weekend. Filled up the stat sheet with points, rebounds, and assists; will be a player to keep an eye on heading into the summer Live Periods with high school and AAU.


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.