Summer Jam – Sunday Can’t Miss Guys

MARIETTA, GA – With OTR split between Florida and Atlanta as the juggernaut continues to grow, I took to NextPlay 360 Saturday and Kell HS for what turned out to be a lot of quality action.

Here are some guys from Kell Sunday who were “Can’t Miss”:

By: Keith Agran

Rashad Dorsey & Kevon Walker | F | 2025 | Iron City Huskies

Active forwarded played really well off of teammate Walker when on the floor together as both affected the game at each end, lefty Dorsey was slithery using the bounce and tough on the finish, Walker was more bullish with his good frame as getting through contact was no problem, the defense by both was notable as each is plenty springy enough to block shots and showed off good positional play down on the block.

Braylen Bowman | G | 2025 | Team Hope

Really enjoyed watching this Team Hope bunch out of Charlotte, Bowman quarterbacked a deep crew of gamers who played spirited and well-drilled basketball, he was explosive at points pushing pace and going to the rim with a dissecting mind, there were other times he was cerebral and measured as a facilitator as he had plenty of help on the wings and down low, always impressed with the North Carolina ballers when they come down to us and Bowman is yet another.

Cal Faulkner | G | 2025 | Atlanta All-Stars

Has been an emerging name for a couple of years now as the Lumpkin County (GA) guard is a coach’s son and it shows on the fundamental side, on the talent side he’s got plenty of that as a pure knockdown guy with a sweet stroke, the real separator is he’s probably best suited as a future PG even with that flawless stroke because he’s an exceptional passer and can hurt you more broadly having the ball under his control more often.

Michael Nwoye | F | 2025 | NYBA Stars

Terrific all-around afternoon Sunday scoring it in a variety of ways, really sleek mover who used good length and a speedy first move to get by people, tough off the glass at both ends he didn’t miss many putbacks, has the look of a future college player just entering his junior summer with time to marinate still.

Jaydon Cole & Michael Carpenter | G | 2025 | Team Huncho

Two fast risers in the 2025 backcourt field that is pretty deep around the ATL-Metro, Cole (pictured at top) of defending A-D1 state champ King’s Ridge has come so far having advanced his now mature offensive game after a breakout regular season with the Tigers in which he played a big role in their title run, a deadeye shooter he can also slide over and may very well end up playing lead guard the next level, I’ve been able to track Carpenter’s notable progress since his 8th-grade summer and the clear promise I saw back then has more than come to fruition heading toward his junior year, he sees the game so well and operates like a guy that has logged a lot of quality basketball minutes from the 1-spot.

Marcellus Myles & Carmelo Williams | G | 2025 | Middle Georgia Supersonics

Another excellent backcourt pair both of Upson-Lee (GA) down in Thomaston that played at a high level, Myles was a confident scoring threat slashing hard at the basket who also got out into space and up to the rim with aplomb, Williams’ floor generalship and disruptive ability at both ends was an eye-opener my seeing him for the first time as he was calm and cool when needed and made a lot of positive plays, the two will be key parts of what should be another good Upson-Lee version out of middle GA.

Max Kimpel | G | 2025 | Stars Nashville

One of the more versatile and better all-around guys I saw over the entire weekend was Kimpel, used crafty movement off the ball to find himself into good spots and he didn’t miss many easy ones whether catching from 10 feet in or consistently knocking down open J’s, the ones that weren’t easy showed off his strength and a well-rounded skillset that is classic in a Stars program filled with sound and effective scorers.

Caleb Pitts & Cam Williams | C & G | 2025 | Auburn Raptors

For years I’ve been able to catch the Raptors in action when they visit Atlanta and the floor product is always filled with intensity and fight, Pitts personified that Sunday taking some serious licks around the basket with one even leaving a gash on his forehead, back into the fray he came and he went right back to using his big body to push folks around near the basket, Williams is a classic Raptor PGH who used a slick handle and fearless speed to make things hard for defenses.

Keith Agran has lived in Georgia since 2011 and joined OTR as a National Evaluator in 2021. He previously scouted for Prep Hoops dating back to 2019, and also spent 3 years as a sports writer at two newspapers in New Jersey. After a championship-coaching background on the HS-level also in NJ, he accepted the Girl’s Basketball Head Coaching position in May 2022 at Mt Bethel Christian Academy and now balances scouting and coaching still with a keen eye on talent around the region. You can reach him at and follow him on Twitter @BracketSage.