Super 64 Eye-Catchers – Part 1

LAWRENCEVILLE, GA – Two weeks following a massive turnout of top young talent for OTR’s Breakout Camp, the upperclassmen (and a few top youngsters) took the court of Central Gwinnett HS for Super 64.

A ton of really good players were on hand, many have been covered by our evaluators already, here were eye-catchers from my seat, part 1.

By: Keith Agran

AJ Horton | G | 2024 | South Cobb

Showed off the versatility that he’s had in his tool kit but as a supplemental piece at his previous stops he wasn’t able to really put it all on display, set for a potential star-turn type of season with the Eagles this winter, had one of the better sequences I saw all day as he guarded 6-10 Ramone Soyoye of Chapel Hill at one end then shook the big man off the dribble with a sweet drive at the other, really flying way under the radar and deserving of much more legit attention.

Will Hopkins | G | 2024 | Holy Innocents

Like Horton shines in the versatility department and at 6-6 continues to show off an attractive array of abilities, wildly under-recruited for a guy his size who can play 3 spots with ease and has added so much to his game over the past 2 years in particular, maturity and understanding are strengths he has in droves but now the frame is also built Ford-Tough and ready for the physical rigors of the college game, a high academic prospect as well he’s easily one of the best uncommitted “All-Versatile Team” guys in town to my eye.

Julian Finch | G | 2024 | Mill Creek

Something of a newer name to Scouting circles or at least to my orbit, has good size and an intriguing skillset that utilizes athletic ability up above the rim and below it to separate himself from defenders, pretty good bounce game and a nice touch from the perimeter, when the motor revs hot he can go on some runs and while understanding camp settings can get ragged in live play his size allows him to guard multiple spots so keeping intensity on that end off the floor could be a separator for him with his natural gifts.

Bryce Browne | G | 2025 | St Francis (pictured at top)

Just a day earlier I had caught Browne for the first time playing with his new Knight mates in the North Atlanta Fall League and he was eye-catching there, at Super 64 we saw more as he’s really springy for a guy around 6-2 and that was game-changing in spots, the jump shot is definitely something you to have to be mindful of and that’s when he can use a good first step to get by you, will be part of a backcourt worth watching for sure in Alpharetta with 2025’s Reynolds Escher and Greg Howard alongside.

Wyatt Thomason | G | 2026 | North Cobb Christian

Making gradual and really traceable steps each time I see him, from last spring to this spring and summer we saw the maturity from a long-distance shooting threat to a more balanced offensive attackman, putting some weight on his frame naturally has made getting at the basket less taxing because he’s got plenty of imagination and sly moves to be a consistently dangerous guy getting at the tin, this young NCCS team is filled with youthful guys to watch and Thomason is a young leader for that bunch.

Now running his own Scouting Service and website under the “Beyond the Bracket” banner, Keith Agran is also in year 2 as the Girl’s Basketball Head Coach at Mt Bethel Christian Academy. He’s lived in Georgia since 2011 and joined OTR as an 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. You can reach him at and follow him on Twitter @BracketSage.