Matos finished with 21 points, 15 in the second half to lead the offensive attack as Team Marsh-Churchwell. He's a strong guard with a knack for getting to the rim.
Mitchell's shooting stroke was on full display as he knocked down four 3-pointers including three back-to-back to open the second half of play while putting up 22 points to finish second in the 16U Orange Division for the day.
Kuhl is an emerging name with Strong Center's squad in NC's 2023 class. He posted 12 of his 18 points in the second half, showing off his ability to shoot the ball and get to the rim and finish with authority.
Gallagher is a sizeable name to know in the PSB DMV Elite rotation at 6-foot-4. He finished with 20 points including four 3-pointers to pace the offensive scoring on the perimeter.
Jackson is a crafty combo guard to keep an eye on. He put up 11 points, all in the second half in Team Marsh-Churchwell's opening victory on Day 1.
Bullard was a top performer on Day 1 with 18 points in OTOD's victory over Higher Level Premier. He's a prospect to watch this weekend.
Clarkson is a versatile threat to watch at 6-foot-5 that can knock down shots on the perimeter and block shots with a ton of presence in the paint.
Gardner was impressive in Team Loaded 757 Lusk's victory with 17 points. He's a Day 1 leader to keep an eye on after a strong game.
Walker looked good as one of the primary scorers in the Virginia Nets rotation. He had 17 points on Day 1.
Cole looked comfortable with other weapons on the floor at Big Shots Virginia Live. He finished with 16 points on Day 1.
Jones was impressive as a late addition to the Virginia Nets rotation. He posted 18 points on Day 1 in their victory.
Fisher led the way in Team Richmond's opening victory with 21 points, showing off his ability to shoot and attack off the bounce.
Wilson led the way with 10 points in Team Loaded CVA's Day 1 victory. He's an athletic prospect to watch.
Roberts was a force in Team Loaded CVA's all-around team victory against Carolina Explosion. He finished with nine points and showed off his rebounding ability.
Epps was impressive getting to the bucket and knocking down shots for ESF 16U Epps. He put up 17 points on Day 1.
Harper led the way in ESF 16U Epps easy win with 18 points, showing off his ability to operate off the bounce and off the catch.
Davis was another prospect in ESF 16U Epps rotation to keep an eye on. He finished with 11 points on Day 1 in their victory.
Connor led the way with 23 points in Gibson Way Skills Academy's Day 1 victory, showing off his ability to get downhill and finish through contact.
Gay was another standout in the Gibson Way Skills Academy rotation with 14 points in their Day 1 win. He's a wiry 6-foot-3 prospect to keep eyes on this weekend.
Paul led all scorers in the 15U Blue Division in scoring on the opening day of Big Shots Virginia Live with 31 points, showing off his three level scoring ability. He's guard prospect with some versatility to go along with his 6-foot-2 frame.
Bryant was electric in Wolfpack Basketball's opening win over Force Athletics Green with 22 points. He showed off his ability to score in a variety of ways on Day 1.
Pineda opened Big Shots Virginia Live with 17 points, knocking down a number of 3-pointers and making plays on defense. He's a young guard to keep an eye on.
Abegesah finished with 12 points in the frontcourt for Impact Elite Black in their opening win. He's a strong presence getting downhill with the ball in his hands.
Heyward posted 13 points in Impact Elite Black's team win on Day 1. He's an unselfish guard that can knock down shots and make plays for others.
Horm Jr. is a post presence with nice hands and finish ability around the rim. He finished with 12 points in the Day 1 win over PSB DMV Elite.
Kirillin was an active force in the paint for PSB Elite Richmond on Day 1 with 15 points to kick things off in their frontcourt. He's a big man to keep an eye on.
Tiller opened up Day 1 with 16 points, all in the first half to power the offense with his fearless ability to make things happen with the ball in his hands. He's a young name to track early in VA's 2024 class.
Futyma led the way in Higher Level Sports 15 Premier's opening victory against River City Reign with 17 points in a 57-40 victory. He can knock down shots.
Diggs was another primary scorer on the wing for Higher Level Sports 15 Premier as he put up 14 points in their opening day victory. He's a face to watch in their rotation.
Noumbissi led a well-balanced attack for PSB DMV Elite with nine points against Team Richmond 15 Elite in a Day 1 victory. He's a big man with a ton of promise.
Hunter led the offensive attack with Wave Basketball Club with 20 points in their opening win on Day 1. He's got the ability to score off the bounce and off the catch.
Thorne finished with 16 points in Wave Basketball Club's opening victory on Day 1. He's got a nice feel for scoring the ball in a variety of ways.
Lassiter opened the event with a bang, posting 28 points in their 69-67 victory over North Florida United. He showed off his ability to score the ball in a variety of way on Day 1.
Manns finished the day as the third leading scorer, posting 22 points with Team Loaded 804 in their opening victory against Big Shots Elite West Virginia.
Cooper finished with a double-double in Game 1 with 13 points and dished out 11 assists, showing off his ability to co-exist and distribute with weapons on the floor in the backcourt. He'll be a prospect to watch this weekend at Big Shots Virginia Live.
Egbo was an active presence around the rim on Day 1 as he showed off his ability to finish with authority through contact on numerous occasions. He finished with 14 points.
Banks was probably the biggest head turner on Day 1 in the Team Loaded 804 rotation with his scoring and defense. He finished with 20 points while knocking down shots and making plays on the defensive.
Kearse is a 2023 prospect in VA's class with a ton of promise finishing around the rim as a post threat and rebounder. He finished with 26 points with all his points coming inside the perimeter on Day 1 while playing 17U.
Ward is a bouncy guard with nice length and confidence getting downhill and finishing around the rim as he did in Team Loaded CVA's opening win. He finished with 17 points.
Purvis is an emerging 2022 forward prospect that scored 18 points for Team Loaded CVA. He was another surprise performer on Day 1.
Davis had an impressive opening day at Big Shots Virginia Live with 25 points and 19 points to produce 22.0 ppg through their first two contests. He's a strong guard that can get downhill and finish.
Jones-Hood opened Day 1 with 23 points along with four made 3-pointers. He's a two-way presence with a ton of potential.
Daniels' 19 points paced the VA Bullets on their way to a tough victory over a scrappy NC Eagles squad. He's a confident scorer and rebounder.
Alston is a lead scoring guard that averaged 12.0 points per contest and showed off his ability to defend the ball.
Beasley scored 19 points while showing off his ability to operate on all three levels and be a threat with the ball in his hands.
Reid knocked down 17 points, showing off his ability to finish around the rim and be a presence on the wing. He's even more of a threat blocking shots.
Gillenwater opened Day 1 with 26 points to the tune of eight 3-pointers, while showing off his ability to knock down shots on the perimeter and be a threat on the perimeter.
Lambert put up 20 points, 14 in the second half, to pace the offense. He's a 2023 prospect that played 17U on Day 1.
Burke is a sharpshooter that fared well on Day 1 on the wing with 19 points in a convincing win. He's a shooter to get eyes on this weekend.
Pendleton was another sharpshooter who showed off his consistency shooting the ball with 17 points and three made 3-pointers on Day 1.