#Sweet16 – Rising Stars – May 16, 2015

Nashville Celtics guard Tristan Jarrett made a name for himself at the first session of the Sweet 16.

Atlanta, Ga. – The Sweet 16 proved to be a success this year. Players from around the Southeast participated in the Sweet 16 Tournament and competed in front of dozens of college coaches. Here is a rundown of some players who took advantage of the opportunity.

Zion Williams

He is cat quick with a tight handle as he pushes the ball in transition at high speeds. He has a laundry list of dribble moves and he can beat pressure at will.  Williams can penetrate and kick or drive draw and quick to find the open man on a regular basis. He can also knock down the mid range pull when he has enough area to create space in order to get off the shot.

Rashaun Williams

Williams is a strong and physical big body wing player. He is a terrific multiple position defender and good rebounder on both ends of the floor. He sprints the wing in transition and is strong enough to finish through contact. Williams was great in the first session of the Sweet 16 for Georgia Go Hard.

Justin Forrest

Forrest is a good-sized shooting guard. Able to drop jumpers on either side of the arc, he shows a smooth stroke and makes shots in the clutch. He is strong enough to post-up and converts penetration moves well.

Aquavious Fanning

He is a strong, athletic and always plays in attack mode. This physical combination forward finishes above the rim with power in transition. He uses his body well to drive by defenders to score mostly going to his right to get to the rim.

Brandon Green

This 6-foot-4 forward has continued to develop his skill set over the past year.  He has developed the ability to shoot the mid range pull up off the dribble and flashes into the lane to knock down the 15 footer off the catch as well. Green is a player to keep an eye on in Georgia’s 2019 class.

Noah Burroughs

Burroughs  is a legitimate guard who has range out to 25-plus feet; there is no question he stretches the defense better than most. When he heat’s it up he has the ability to go on a run to knock down five or six deep ones in a row no matter how he is guarded.

Tristan Jarrett

Jarrett ability to shoot the ball is very impressive. He has a smooth and confident stroke off the catch or dribble. He runs the outside lane on the break and if the transition defense falls asleep he rarely misses open spot up threes when his feet are set.

Justyn Ross

He uses his strength to explode to the rim on straight line drives or create space on one dribble pull-ups. He does a good job sprinting the floor putting him in good position for pitch ahead shots from behind the arc.

Michael Devoe

Devoe is a true point that has a pass first mentality. He plays under control and makes good decisions with the ball. He pushes the ball in transition and does a great job of always looking to advance the ball down the floor. He can also finish in the open court with excellent touch and body control.

Shun_Williams_OTRHoopsShun Williams is the owner of On the Radar Hoops, Inc. The On the Radar Hoops Report is picked up by Division I and II colleges and universities across the country. He serves as the director of the On the Radar Hoops Fall Showcase, On the Radar Hoops Spring Showcase, On the Radar Hoops Invitational, Elite 32 Session I, Elite 32 Session II, Power 24, and Summer Slam Session I & II.

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