Edmond, OK – The Prep Hoops Next Circuit made its stop in Oklahoma this weekend. The event began on Friday, March 11th, continued with Pool play on Saturday, and concluded with Championship games on Sunday Afternoon. The event featured a…
Edmond, OK – The Prep Hoops Next Circuit made its stop in Oklahoma this weekend. The event began on Friday, March 11th, continued with Pool play on Saturday, and concluded with Championship games on Sunday Afternoon. The event featured a total of 46 teams. It also featured some promising big men. In this article, a follow-up to our Top Bigs Pt 1, we take a look at the top bigs from the event.
Kaidon Rayfield Kaidon Rayfield 6'5" | WF OK 6’4 PF Team Griffin 2025 – Rayfield made my All-Tournament team. He displayed why he is one of the best big men in his class. Whenever he decided, he could take over games for long stretches with his inside finishes and rim protection. He’s also a good R&J athlete who runs the floor well.
Xander Werner 6’3 PF AZ Select Tuscon 2025 – If Werner is on your team, you’re not going to be out-toughed. He sacrificed his body, setting screens and battling down low. He ran the floor well, cleaning up misses with offensive rebounds and putbacks.
Amari Reed 6’5 C Southern Assault 2025 – Reed’s defensive versatility made him one of the more intriguing prospects. At times he played the top of the zone for SA, using his wingspan to deter passes and harass offensive players.
Mike Gibbs 6’2 C Razorbacks Elite 2026 – As Gibbs develops his hands, and finishing he’s going to be a problem. Did a good job of running the floor and finishing, and he also provided quality low post D for RE.
Bryce Dixon 6’0 PF Southern Assault 2026 – Dixon is one of the rare players that seems to look taller than he actually is. Listed at 6’0 his length and wingspan allowed him to play like a guy a few inches taller. He had a couple of low post moves, waved off by some tough traveling calls. As refs catch up to his talent, those calls will become fewer and fewer.