Posted On: 07/14/21 10:09 AM

A jam-packed live period event in Birmingham concluded Sunday, and a slew of Georgia performers stood out among nearly 300 teams in attendance. Here’s Part 1 of some of the top guys across all 3 age groups I saw at The Platform (in no particular order):

Jayquan Nelson, 6-0, CG, Rome Elite 17U

Love the burst up the floor and on the attack in the halfcourt, surprised almost everyone matching him with the speed and blow-by, confident scorer from all levels with the 3-point stroke and deft handle being his most lethal weapons, can get up into you at the defensive end, smart distributor and has a nice collection of athletes led by 6-10 Damien Horton to dish to for in-tight finishes.

Jaylen Nelson, 6-1, SG, Rome Elite 17U

Equally if not more confident than Jayquan when it comes to getting his chances, attacks with a fearlessness, has no back down and plays more like a 6-5 guard, physical frame means he will seek out and play through contact effectively, can handle the point but seems most comfortable in the open floor or off the catch, the kind of baller you want with the ball in a one-possession key shot

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