Seven of the top wing prospects I saw competing last weekend at Prep Hoops Next’s War For The North! Antoine Ozier Jr (2026 W, Wisconsin Elite National)- One of the unsung heroes from a talented Wisconsin Elite team, Antoine can take…
Seven of the top wing prospects I saw competing last weekend at Prep Hoops Next’s War For The North!
Antoine Ozier Jr (2026 W, Wisconsin Elite National)- One of the unsung heroes from a talented Wisconsin Elite team, Antoine can take on multiple roles depending on the game/scenario. One thing that was always constant though was his defensive effort. He’s an absolute grinder who takes no plays off, and often times was tasked with guarding taller players. Ozier is an elite athlete who can explode off the floor to swat shots, is physical enough to hold his ground in the paint, and can move his feet with any guard in front of him. On the offensive end he gets good elevation on his pull-up jumper and excels at finishing through contact. Will be a name to know out of Racine, Wisconsin.
Christian Wiggins (6’1 2026 SG, Team Tyus Black)- Christian was likely the MVP of the 14u title game, as he made big play after big play to help lead his team to a win. At 6’1 he has some nice length with a high level of skill to match. He handles the ball well under pressure and can create his own look, but he also does so well moving without the ball. Wiggins was one of the best shooters I saw all weekend as he has a smooth release and knocks down his shots at a high percentage. Uses his length to force turnovers and has the athleticism in the open floor to turn those steals into points going the opposite direction.
Gabriel Sularski (6’4 2026 W, Illinois Attack)- One of the top overall prospects from the weekend was Gabe Sularski out of Illinois Attack. There wasn’t much the 6’4 8th grader couldn’t do. At times he ran the point for his team, as he handles the ball with such composure at his size. Sularski also excelled off the ball as a spot up shooter with a smooth left-handed stroke from three. With the ball in his hands he could attack off a straight line drive, but could also catch his defender off guard with a quick spin move in the lane to open up easy finishes. Combination of length, skill, and feel for the game make him such an intriguing prospect.
Keis Johnson (6’3 2026 SF, Illinois Attack)- Keis is already an above the rim prospect as he has some size at 6’3 and can absolutely jump out of the gym. Off one of two feet, Keis can explode to the gym for dunks and lay-ups. Illinois Attack makes good use of his explosiveness, throwing him a few backdoor lobs for easy finishes as defenders just couldn’t get up to contest him. He’s more than just an athletic slasher though, as he has range beyond the arc with a nice looking stroke. Defensively he could guard just about anyone on the floor with his combination of size and quickness.
Danny Hourigan (6’1 2026 W, Full Package)- Danny had some parents from the opposing team noticeably impressed with some of the plays he was making on Sunday. At 6’1 he has some wiggle to him with the ability to put the ball on the floor and effortlessly weave through defenders on his way to the rim. Knows how to use his length to extend and finish around the rim. Danny is a smart player who made good reads and knew when to shoot and when to keep the ball moving. He was one of the best shooters I saw all weekend as well, capable of catching fire and putting up points in a hurry.
Treyveon Roberts (5’10 2026 SF, Future Elite)- Roberts is a physically imposing small forward who adds in some perimeter skill making him an inside-out threat. He’s built like a linebacker which allows him to power through contact with ease around the rim. Even with his strength he’s light on his feet and can take opponents off the dribble to create his own looks. Treyveon also impressed with a nice looking shot from deep, hitting a pair of threes early in the game I saw.
Keshon Mims (6’1 2026 SF, Team Illinois)- Keshon showed some nice flashes of potential against a talented Wisconsin Elite team. He’s 6’1 with an extremely long frame that makes him a versatile player on the defensive end. Mobile enough to defend on the perimeter yet long enough to make plays as a shot blocker inside. Offensively he can cut without the ball or run the floor hard for looks at the rim, where his size allows him to finish over defenders. In the second half he flashed a nice looking jumper, knocking down a mid-range shot from the baseline.