MVP -- Anthony TurnerAnthonyTurner6'2" | PGClassen SAS | 2021StateOK
-- Classen SAS 2021 CG
This kid does not know anything but to go hoop. He is a wired scorer with natural abilities to pass the rock, defend, rebound and run the point. As a transitional guard, Turner was great to push pace at the event and took advantage of the least resistant scoring opportunities by dishing to teammates in the open floor, outmatching defenses or just taking it to the rack by himself. He measured out at 6-foot-2, 192 pounds, and although he was not the fastest player on the floor, he has sneaky change-of-speed and change-of-direction.
Eli WallaceEliWallace6'0" | PGBishop Kelley | 2021StateOK
-- Bishop Kelley 2021 PG
Wallace had a great first impression in the morning, scoring aggressively in the a.m. one-on-one drills, outsmarting and out-hustling his competition with both hands, and of course, hitting shots from deep. Wallace sees the floor exceptionally, and he has great speed paired with control to make plays in transition.
Javeon McCalisterJaveonMcCalister5'11" | SGDel City | 2021StateOK
-- Del City 2021 SG
McCalister has playmaking upside, speed and the presence of mind to play both ways at an elite level in high school. Defensively, he brought the Del City Eagle way with him to the event as he snatched and ripped the basketball away from opposing ball-handlers, deflected passes and flipped possessions in his favor to give his team an edge. Offensively, he was effective as a shooter, slasher and passer.
Seth Meadows -- Tushka 2021 C
Meadows’ game has improved in big ways since I first saw him at the beginning of the summer, particularly defensively. He has improved mobility, elevation and was a dominating defensive presence at the camp as he shooed away any shots within his vicinity and keep opposing posts from quality possessions.
Marquez CyrusMarquezCyrus6'2" | PGNorthwest Classen | 2021StateOK
-- Northwest Classen 2021 PG
Cyrus showcased impressive vision for the floor, fluid mechanics and bouncy athleticism at the event. The on-ball guard played above the rim on a couple occasions, a trait that makes him very dangerous in the half-court. He plays with a lot of discipline as he rebounds, defends and passes the ball well while scoring conservatively.
George McCurdyGeorgeMcCurdy6'2" | PGBroken Arrow | 2021StateOK
-- Broken Arrow 2021 PG
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McCurdy took a bit to get started, but once he did, he was off to the races. He measured out at 6-foot-3-inches and 172 pounds, and pairs that frame with impressive mobility and floor awareness. He was able to create his own shot against opposing defenders, and once he started to see shots fall, he was exceptional. He also was capable of getting to the rim and finishing high or dishing off to an interior scorer.