Franklin, Ohio — The inaugural T3TV Combine took place at the Kingdom Sports Center this past weekend, playing host to a number of touted players from around the country. The event’s director, Terry Holt, generated quite the buzz for his…
Franklin, Ohio — The inaugural T3TV Combine took place at the Kingdom Sports Center this past weekend, playing host to a number of touted players from around the country. The event’s director, Terry Holt, generated quite the buzz for his debut camp and delivered on his promise to showcase a talented roster of youth hoops prospects. In our second installment of this three-part series, we’ll take a look at some of the most impressive performers that were in attendance…
Editor’s Note: Special thanks to Daniel Price (@OTPCoachDP) for his contributions to this feature.
Taylen Kinney | Class of 2026
Kinney is a tough guard who competes on both ends of the floor. He has a nice handle and the ability to break players down off the dribble. His court vision was great as he was able to put teammates in scoring position. He found open shooters with his drive-and-kick ability.
Kingston Land | Class of 2025
Land is a long wing who displayed a good feel for the game. He allowed the game to come to him instead of forcing things which is rare to see in an individual showcase setting. However, he was still assertive on the court. Land can handle and has good footwork around the rim. He has a nice-looking jump shot.
Randy Livingston, Jr.
5'10" | PG
| Class of 2026
Livingston, Jr. is a flat-out baller. He can do everything. He is a big-time scorer. Livingston’s ability to knock down the three opens up the floor for his drive. He makes it hard on defenders to be able to guard him. He has a nice handle too. He is a solid defender. His speed helps him to keep the ball in front of him. If he continues developing he has a chance to be a special player.
6'4" | PF
| Class of 2026
Mercer has good height and speed for his age. He possesses some guard skills that make him more versatile. He rebounds well. Mercer runs the floor very well to get himself in position to score. Defensively he displayed the ability to guard every position on the floor.
Zion Norman | Class of 2025
Zion is a tough, yet small, point guard. He is a real floor general; the definition of a true point guard. He displayed a leadership role by directing traffic and being vocal. He has a really good handle and a nice shot. He competes on both ends as well. He is a player to remember over the next couple of years as he continues to develop.