Standouts from On the Radar’s Sweet Sixteen Session 1 Live Period (Part 1)
Marietta , Georgia- On the Radar’s ‘Sweet Sixteen Session 1’ was the first 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 this first Live Period with another Live Period coming up next weekend where college coaches will begin to hone in on the reoccurring standouts.
By: Jennifer Brazelton
2024 | Aidan Agnew | Born to Impact Elite
The 6’7″ wing, Aidan Agnew, is an intriguing prospect with his size and skillset. Agnew has a diverse skillset for his frame and is able to beat defenders inside our outside. Agnew has a smooth release from outside and can beat defenders with a quick first step and minimal dribbles getting to the rim. Agnew consistently made the right play finding open teammates after pulling in multiple defenders down low. High percentage finisher anywhere around the basket inside of 5 feet.
2025 | Bryson Berry | D1
Bryson Berry is a quick and shifty guard in the 2025 class. Has been on a tear early this spring and showing why he’s a hidden gem in his class. For his size, Berry does a great job getting to the basket and finishing through contact consistently. Berry showed he can also score from outside off the catch or a pull-up jumper at the mid-range. Sacrifices his body defensively and doesn’t mind competing for rebounds on both ends against larger opponents.
2024 | Ryan Blount | Q6
Ryan Blount was one of the more impressive, under-looked prospects at On the Radar’s Sweet 16 Session 1. In the first half of a game, Blount already put up a double-double. Blount seeks out rebounds with resilience and tenacity, and is able to score in bunches with easy put-backs. Blount also showed throughout the weekend he can score from deep consistently, putting up 2-3 3’s a game. Blount is a hidden gem that will see interest pick up throughout this travel season.
2025 | Cameron Bryant | Sunshine Elite
Cameron Bryant was another 2025 that stood out all weekend, playing up against 2024’s. A 6’5″ sleeper in his class, Bryant showed he can score at all 3 levels and was relentless offensively. Bryant was impressive when he got the ball at the free throw line; connecting on a quick turn around jumper or posting up defenders and scoring effortlessly around the rim. A long defender that knows how to use his wingspan to his advantage, Bryant was active on the glass with his shot blocking ability.
— Cameron Bryant (@Cameronn_0) April 25, 2023
2024 | Deven Butler | Florida Sons
The 6’4″ wing, Deven Butler, is a hidden gem that can make an immediate impact at the next level. I haven’t seen much about him on Twitter, but from his play this weekend was able to turn heads of several college coaches, especially spearheading the win against a stacked Atlanta All-Stars team. Butler has great size and strength and was able to do whatever he wanted to score the ball. Butler has a nice inside-out game and uses his size continually to his advantage. Will be back for the next Live Period this upcoming weekend and should expect to see an uptick in his recruitment.
2024 | Taveon Comage | STARS
Taveon Comage picked up his first offer from Columbia State on the first day of the Sweet Sixteen Session 1 NCAA Live Period. Comage is sneaky athletic and was able to make impressive plays in transition and finishing plays at the rim. Comage is a 3-point threat and will bury it from deep it left open for even a second. Comage did a great job showing he’s a great defender that fills up the stat sheet with steals, rebounds, and points. At 6’2″ Comage plays much bigger and longer than advertised. With an offer under his belt, I expect his offers to start trickling in.
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 JenniferRBrazelton@gmail.com or on Twitter @jenbrazeIton.
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