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Atlanta Jam Top Performers: 17U, part II

20, May 2024

Atlanta Jam Top Performers: 17U, part II

SUWANEE, GA - The NCAA Live Period lives in the Peach State and the 2024 edition of the Atlanta Jam unveiled a number of players worthy of a deep dive on the recruiting front. Our staff rolls out part II of our top overall performers.
 

Skyler Stovall

Montgomery, AL

Class
2025
|
Position
CG
|
Height
6' 4"
|
School Team
National
WL
National Pos. Rank
WL
State
23
State Pos. Rank
8


The Alabama High School state champion in high-jump can hoop too. Stovall, a 6-foot-5 guard, was tremendous today for We Play Basketball. He has the size to play at the next level at the guard spot and he can make defenses play honestly with his ability to step-out and knock down shots when he isn’t going to the rim with power. He can hurt the opposition in a lot of ways and his pull-up jumper is another weapon in his arsenal that defenders were having trouble stopping. - Justin Byerly 
 

Justin Holloway

Opelika, AL

Class
2025
|
Position
PF
|
Height
6' 5"
|
School Team
National
WL
National Pos. Rank
WL
State
24
State Pos. Rank
3


The 6’6 forward stands out immediately with his height and frame, plus his ability to make plays off the dribble. Holloway can rebound and take the ball up the court himself where he showed solid playmaking skill and found open teammates. With his physical frame, he was able to impose himself when inside. Holloway also showed glimpses of a jumper, hitting pull-up and spot-up jumpers. - Nick Nelson

 

Landen Harwood

Lake Worth, FL

Class
2025
|
Position
SG
|
Height
6' 2"
|
School Team
National
WL
National Pos. Rank
WL
State
WL
State Pos. Rank
WL

 


Wellington Wolves Select guard Landen Harwood left his mark at Suwanee Sports Academy with his ability to put the ball in the basket. The rising senior hovered around the 20 points per game mark throughout the weekend, making multiple three-point attempts each time out. While he can make shots at a high rate, he also does the little things that convert to wins. He took pride in rebounding and defending and his team was rewarded. - Garrett Tucker

 

Jeremiah Police

Royal Palm Beach, FL

Class
2024
|
Position
SF
|
Height
6' 6"
|
School Team
National
WL
National Pos. Rank
WL
State
WL
State Pos. Rank
WL


Police came into the Atlanta Jam as one of the best available players in the field. He only confirmed those thoughts and sentiments this weekend with his production. The lanky 6-foot-7 forward was a consistent double-double threat with his scoring and rebounding. There were plenty of times where he pulled down defensive rebounds and initiated the fast break on his own, creating opportunities for himself and teammates. Police’s offensive and defensive versatility are both off the charts and college programs took note of each this weekend. - Garrett Tucker


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Justin Young has been the editor-in-chief of HoopSeen.com since 2013. He manages the day-to-day operations on the site and in conjunction with our national and regional events. He was the national basketball editor for Rivals.com and a contributing editor at Yahoo! Sports. Young has been earned numerous awards for his work in sports journalism, including the Georgia Press Association Columnist of the Year. His Justin Young Basketball recruiting service has been in existence since 2002 and worked with over 300 schools from all levels. He is the director of HoopSeen Elite Preview camps and our national Preview camp series.