Edmond, OK – The Prep Hoops Next Circuit made its stop in Oklahoma this weekend. The event began on Friday, March 11th, continues with Bracket play on Sunday, and concludes with Championship games on Sunday Afternoon. A total of 46…
Edmond, OK – The Prep Hoops Next Circuit made its stop in Oklahoma this weekend. The event began on Friday, March 11th, continues with Bracket play on Sunday, and concludes with Championship games on Sunday Afternoon. A total of 46 teams participated in the event. In this article, we take a look at some of the standouts from the Saturday night action.
David Cole 5’10 SG Texas Summit 2026 – Cole lived up to his billing as one of the top players in his class. Scores like he breathes, Cole seemed to always be ahead of the pack in transition and was not afraid to shoot it when defenders laid back. He powered Texas Summit to a 3-0 Pool Play Record.
Kayden Edwards 6’1 SG Southern Assault 2025 – His IQ is what jumped out at me. Combine that with the fact that he was faster than everyone else on the floor and he has a strap, Edwards is a problem. The lefty banged home 3’s and played both ends of the floor en route to leading SA to a 3-0 pool play record.
Hudson Greer Hudson Greer 6'4" | WG TX 6’4 SF Southern Assault 2025 – Greer is an interesting player. On Saturday he was either knocking down 3’s or grabbing offensive boards. Projects out as a prototypical wing with his size and his stroke. He was part of the two-headed monster leading Southern Assault to a perfect record on Saturday.
Kaidon Rayfield Kaidon Rayfield 6'5" | WF OK 6’4 C Team Griffith 2025 – Rayfield is an athletic big who impacts the game with his shot-blocking and rebounding. Offensively he used the fact that he is a fluid runner to sprint the floor and get out in transition.
Latavious Morris 5’6 PG JB White Elite 2025 – Morris is serious. If you’re not prepared to check him, be prepared to end up on a mixtape. He played fast to slow and slow to fast, using his change of pace to keep defenders off balance. Morris was one of the top off the dribble shooters on Saturday.
Eli Schwartzman 5’5 PG Flight Force Athletics 2026 – It was nearly 7:30 when I got a chance to see Schwartzman and it was worth the wait. Rarely do you get to witness an athlete when he’s in his zone, but the diminutive PG was in one on this night. Everything he threw up went in including 6 3’s. It didn’t stop there. Schwartzman was a pest on defense picking up a handful of steals and turning them into points. He finished with 34 points and one magical performance.
Cal Furnish 5’9″ PG Team Griffin 2025 – Cal Furnish is your definition of a true point guard. He gets his teammates involved, handles the ball extremely well, and can score with ease. Furnish lets the game come to him and never tries to do too much. He plays to win and his court vision combined with his ability to facilitate and lead his team makes Team Griffin a tough team to beat going into championship Sunday.
Matthias Valenzuela 6’2″ F Drive Nation 2027 – Valenzuela is an absolute monster down low and is the definition of a dominant big. He rebounds on both ends, sets great screens, and is a good scorer around the basket. In Drive Nation’s game against We R One, Valenzuela had some nice spins into layups and hardly ever let opponents grab offensive rebounds due to his big frame.
Ajay Vigil 5’1″ G JB White Elite 2027 – Ajay Vigil was a sniper from downtown in Saturday’s games. He shoots with confidence and at times his team’s offense is centered around his shooting. He moves well without the ball and gets to his spots. In JB White Elite’s 59-33 win over AAO Flight, Vigil finished with 16 points including a four-point play and five threes.
David Lunn 5’11″ F JB White Elite 2027 – Lunn is a dominant rebounder and scorer and no one seemed to be able to stop him in JB White Elite’s win over AAO Flight. He has great size and athleticism and no one could stop him when he got going downhill. Lunn is also a strong rebounder and plays fast.