Stock Risers from OTR Super 64

Powder Springs, GA – On the Radar hosted the final individual camp, Super 64 of the summer on Sunday, August 27th at Central Gwinnett High School. With over 100+ prospects from the class of 2024-2028, our team of scouts were able to check-out who will be some of the best up and coming prospects from Georgia and the southeast.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2025 | Temilade Jegele | Greenforest

The 6’0″ guard, Temilade Jegele, had one of the best series of possessions at On the Radar’s Super 64 Camp. Jegel hit back to back 3’s from the pull-up and almost followed up the last play with an explosive dunk that missed the back of the rim. The Greenforest guard has tight handles and is explosive getting down hill. An electric player that is able to get his team involved through his scrappy play on both ends.


2027 | Ryan Kerr | Greenforest

The 6’6″ wing out of Greenforest, Ryan Kerr, was a great young prospect that will be making waves for the next few season. Kerr is long, athletic and showed at Super 64 Camp he is a three-way scorer. Despite being on a team of veteran players, Kerr stood out with his shot making ability and finishes around the basket. Kerr moves well on both ends and can anticipate reads while moving without the ball. Kerr is a high-rate finisher that is a big time stock riser in the class of 2027.


2024 | Wesley Minto | McEachern

The 6’4″ guard, Wesley Minto, is a rising senior that is flying under the radar. Minto had to sit out during his junior campaign, but is looking to make an immediate impact on a stacked McEachern team. Minto is a fast paced guard that can score the ball from just about anywhere on the court. Minto stood out quickly with his shot making ability from outside and his touch around the basket. Expect Minto to have a breakout senior season this year.


2025 | Jayvion Nurse | Osborne High School

The 6’3″ guard, Jayvion Nurse, is going to be a player that could have a breakout season with Osborne this season. Nurse is poised and proved he can score at a high clip against older and stronger players. Nurse is long and effective in his decision making with the ball. Nurse is a sound player that will fills it up quickly and will be a name circulated this upcoming winter.


2024 | Michael Traster | Harrison

The 6’2″ guard, Michael Traster, had some of the most impressive passes I saw during the Super 64 Camp. Traster showed he’s one of the best facilitators and with his scrappy play, is able to get the ball to his teammates quickly or finish the play at the basket. Traster played well on both ends and with his IQ will be a dominate force this season for Harrison.


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.