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Jaylen Johnson


By Big Shots Nation, 10/10/19, 6:15PM EDT


Here's a look at the All-Stars and Standouts from the 2024-2026 classes.

MVP: 2025 Jaylen Johnson, PG

Jaylen Johnson had quite the day for the younger prospects at the Big Shots Mid-Atlantic Top 150. He took over during the games session after showing enhanced skills during the drills sessions. He went off in the first game, making plays for himself and others and was the best player on the floor after that. His ability to get into the paint at a high rate and make plays assisting or scoring led to him earning Next 2019 MVP honors.

First Team

2025 Aidan Trimiew, PG

Aidan Trimiew was quite the confident sharpshooter during the Top 150 showcase. He showed off his range as a shooter from deep making five 3-pointers across the two showcase games he appeared in. He impressed with his ability to create off the catch and off the dribble. A coach's son that knows the game and shows signs of a bright future.

2025 Mason Patrick, G/F

Mason Patrick was relentless in the paint for his squad at the Top 150 showcase. He was a terror on the boards and got every offensive board that came his way to lead the scoring effort in both games. He finished the weekend averaging 20.0 points per game with most of his points coming off the glass.

2025 Ian Nicholson, PG

Ian Nicholson was a solid guard prospect that filled the lane well on the break and made an effort to get to the rim when given opportunities. He put up 11.0 points per game during the showcase games and showed off his ability to be unselfish as a playmaker.

2024 Cameron Quarles, PG

Cameron Quarles was a solid combo guard at the Top 150 showcase. He's a floor general with superb passing ability. He's got solid court vision and consistency as a shooter. On defense, he's strong pressuring the basketball and causing havoc leading to points off turnovers.

2025 Sean Tyler, PG

Sean Tyler is a smart player for his age and stood out despite his young age. He's got a nice IQ for making things happen when the ball touches his hands. He's got tight handles and growing confidence getting to the rim. 

2025 Kady'n Turner-Scott, F

Kady'n Turner-Scott has great height already at 6-foot and uses his size well on the floor. He's got a good shooting touch on the perimeter. On defense, he defended the lane well and was an active rebounder. He's got tons of room to grow as a prospect. 

2026 Azarean Claxton, SF

Azarean Claxton was another young prospect that stood out with his ability to score on all three levels. He's got a nice touch on his jump shot and confidence when the ball came his way. He created well off the dribble with his handles as well. Averaged 10 ppg at Big Shots Mid-Atlantic Top 150 earning All Star honors.