Standouts from On the Radar’s Sweet Sixteen Session 1 (Part 2)

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 | Joshua Cope | STARS Basketball

The 6’1″ shooting guard, Joshua Cope, has been tearing up the nets early this travel season. Cope had an impressive shooting performance in the game I watched over the weekend, connecting on a 3-pointer from the logo. Cope hit 6 3-pointers in total; a very smooth and quick release, he’s continually shown he’s got a high clip from deep. Cope has a deadly shot off the catch and as he continues to evolve his game and add more layers, will become a standout prospect for the next level.


2025 | Romie Cosby | Born to Win

The 6′ point guard, Romie Cosby, is an impressive young player that can score in bunches off the catch or showing off his pull-up game. Cosby is a confident player and has a great shooting form that enables him to shoot at a high rate. Cosby is a shifty guard that connected with his teammates on some amazing passes down low. Cosby has a nice trajectory as he’s been impressive playing up against 2024’s and is a hidden gem for his class.


2024 | Oluwaji Eziemefe | KA Nightmares

The 6’7″ forward, Oluwaji Eziemefe, was a true nightmare for his opponents over the weekend. A double-double machine that sacrifices his body time and again, relentlessly pursuing rebounds and finishing quick putbacks. Eziemefe is a smart player that makes good reads and is able to get the ball up the court quickly with his vision. Eziemefe played just about the whole game without being subbed out and truly showed his mental toughness getting the win in a close game. Great size and frame that is flying under the radar.


2024 | Israel Jenrette | AJ Bouye Elite

The 6’10” big, Israel Jenrette, caught my eye back in March and each time I’ve watched him play this spring, he’s gotten tremendously better since the last time. Jenrette is continually working on his game and that work has shown, picking up two offers this month, Florida A&M and Morehouse College. Jenrette has a high ceiling, and is very effective and productive on the court. Jenrette’s understanding of playing inside has grown and he’s able to make quick leads that result in baskets for his team. Jenrette is going to continue to be sought out by coaches, especially as his game continues to develop.


2024 | Rocco Lamuno | D13 Elite

Rocco Lamuno is a lengthy, wiry player that scores at a high clip for his team. Lamuno Averaged over 20 points per game this weekend, scoring from various areas on the court. A true three-level scorer, Lamuno is always seeking out ways to get the ball and get to the rim or knock down a shot from deep. Has a high motor and scores well in transition. His team plays fast and his game fits perfectly with their system. Lamuno has a great trajectory to be a standout player at the next level.


2025 | Darius Livingston | Iren Rainey

Darius Livingston has been lighting it up early this travel season, leading Iren Rainey in scoring while playing up in the 17U age bracket. Livingston can score from behind the arc with a high clip, but also uses his quickness and ball handling to blow by defenders and make showy finishes at the basket. Livingston is a great on ball defender and was quick in securing steals and finishing at the rim in transition. Livingston is flying under college coaches radars with his skillset and become quite a hot commodity in his class, especially working with Iren Rainey.


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.