FISHERS, IN– We move up to the Class of 2026 and give you my six prospects that make my All-Tournament Team from the 7th-grade division. We also dive into who showed some potential and could be next up at our future…
FISHERS, IN– We move up to the Class of 2026 and give you my six prospects that make my All-Tournament Team from the 7th-grade division. We also dive into who showed some potential and could be next up at our future Prep Hoops Next events!
Jordan Sigmon | Canton, MI | Class of 2026
Sigmon did an outstanding job as a scoring guard this weekend in Fishers. His ability to cut to the basket on his own was a great sight to watch this weekend. Sigmon also has a strong motor from baseline to baseline. Showed some solid range from the outside as well. The Family 2026 was from 1 thru 5, one of the most loaded teams I watched in any Class all weekend, and that started with 5’8 slashing guard Jordan Sigmon.
Trevor Smith Trevor Smith 6'8" | C MI | Okemos, MI | Class of 2026
Smith was an absolute rebound gobbler in the games I watched of him this weekend for The Family 2026. Of course, his 6’8 frame helps a ton, but I liked it most because he seemed to play more physically throughout the weekend in Fishers. Plenty of prospects that get some height at this age have to really adjust how to use that frame, and I saw that progression from Trevor Smith Trevor Smith 6'8" | C MI in one weekend alone. I look forward to seeing his progression grow even more throughout the spring into summer on the Prep Hoops Circuit.
Easton Jointer | Bowling Green, KY| Class of 2026
Jointer struck me as another low post threat on this list. His ability to possess a solid 6’1 frame in the paint not only score with ease but to get second-chance points in their game gave him a nod for my All-Tournament Team. He’ll need some development as far as his mobility in the paint, but he has plenty of time to work on that aspect of his game.
Jaquan Stennis | Detroit, MI | Class of 2026
Stennis didn’t just show off a solid frame this weekend; he showed his ability to guard anyone anywhere on the basketball court for The Family 2026. I also was a fan of how well he passes the ball while he’s working in the paint, as those are some of the toughest passes to keep out of a defender’s hands. He and Trevor Smith Trevor Smith 6'8" | C MI on the low block might have been my favorite combo of post performers I saw all weekend as his 6’4 frame seemed to have no problem using his mobility to get to the basket.
Treigh Schelsky | Rockville, IN | Class of 2026
Schelesky showed great control for the entirety of the game we witnessed at the Heartland Kickoff. His ability to play the momentum game and control the tempo for Team Teague 2026 Jordan made him catch the eyes of our scouts throughout the weekend. A 5’10 point guard that has a strong vision for the game at a young age.
Tim Winkler | Chicago, IL | Class of 2026
There was no bigger pulverizer in the paint this weekend than Tim Winkler of the North Coast Blue Chips. Winkler runs the floor like a man on a mission. His versatility to shoot with both hands also speaks volumes of his game. His rebounding and shot-blocking ability are beyond his years. He has such long arms and has a solid mid-range game to go along with it.
Here is my list of some young prospects that just missed the cut for the first team but certainly our scout’s eyes this weekend. These are my “next up” prospects!
Beckett Kennedy | Louisville, KY | Team Manimal | Class of 2026
Fa’rel Carter | Indianapolis, IN | Team Teague 2026 Jordan | Class of 2026
Jaden Shoultz | Columbus, OH | All Ohio 2026 | Class of 2026
Josh Ranes | Muncie, IN | Grand Park Premier | Class of 2026
Johnathan Moss | Owensboro, KY | Vette City Thoroughbreds | Class of 2026
Anthony Holmes | Gary, IN | Indy Premiere 219 | Class of 2026