Up and Coming Underclassmen at On the Radar’s Super 24

Powder Springs, GA – On the Radar hosted the final NCAA Live Period of the summer, Super 24 July 15th and 16th across multiple locations in Cobb and Cherokee County with over 200+ teams featuring age groups from 15-17U. Lots of new and old players made impressions on our staff with packed baselines of college coaches. Feature stories for Super 24 will comprise of 2024 sleepers, 2025 names to know, and up and coming underclassmen.

By: Jennifer Brazelton


2026 | Jaylen Alexander | Georgia Stars 

Jaylen Alexander is a talented, heady guard that will continue to gain interest for years to come. Alexander had numerous dunks in transition with his activity on defense and his quickness with the ball. Alexander makes sound decisions with the ball offensively, showing off some great interior passes and scoring off a pull-up jumper. High IQ and smart player that will only continue to see his stock rise. Holds offers from Jacksonville State and UAB.

2026 | Will Dopfer | Redline

Will Dopfer has been on a tear since the AAU season began and I don’t see a slow down in site. Dopfer is a consistent, physical player that gets close to a double-double game in and game out. Dopfer is confident from just about anywhere on the floor and will actively attack his opponents regardless of who they are. Dopfer scored it inside and out and with his size and athleticism can secure rebounds over larger defenders and score over or around them. Dopfer is a player to continue to track as his game continues to develop.

2026 | Amare James | Georgia Stars

The 6’5″ guard is incredibly smooth and agile for his size. James does well creating space using his crafty and tight handles to blow by defenders and get to the rim. James is a true three level scorer that can knock it down from anywhere on the court, off the catch or off a quick dribble and a euro step to the basket. James is confident defensively, disrupting the offense and with his length is able to get deflections or steals and make the right play in transition. James picked up an offer from Evansville where his father, Ace Kwame played.


2026 | Willie Piggott | Georgia Stars

Not too many young players have the skill-set of a big so early and 6’5″ forward, Willie Piggott, is showing why he’s a hidden gem in his class. Piggott posted a double-double in the game I saw for the Georgia Stars and was almost impossible to stop inside and keep off the boards. Piggott showed some great movies inside, from a drop step to a hook shot and defensively just as polished. Piggott showed great timing and patience to not only protect the rim, but chance down the loose ball and outlet up the court. Piggott will be a highlighted name for the next several years and can be a true prospect with continued development.


2027 | Ivan Moskalenko | B Maze

The 6’8″ forward, Ivan Moskalenko, was the first player that stood out in the 8:30 game on Saturday morning, not only for his size, but what he was able to accomplish on the court. Moskalenko did just about everything for his team; hitting outside jumpers, blocks, rebounds, and even showed his confidence in bringing the ball up the court. Moskalenko even showed his ability to get down hill with the ball and finish through contact against his defenders. Moskalenko plays with a very high motor and even with the language barrier understood the importance of playing at a high level in every possession. Moskalenko is a work horse and will only continue to improve his game as he continues playing up and never having played a high school game.


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 JenniferRBrazelton@gmail.com or on Twitter @jenbrazeIton.