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Atlanta Jam Top 14U/15U Performers

12, Apr 2022

Atlanta Jam Top 14U/15U Performers

We got a chance to see a ton of good, young talent this past weekend at the Atlanta Jam. There were several prospects that caught our eye and should be tracked moving forward. Let's dive in to the top overall 14U and 15U performers. 

Chane Bynum

Atlanta, GA

Class
2025
|
Position
SF
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Height
6' 8"
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National
NR
National Pos. Rank
NR
State
3
State Pos. Rank
NR

There is a lot to like about Bynum’s game; I believe this kid has a ton of upside as he continues to get better and stronger. He already has the size at 6-foot-8. His length and timing enables him to be a good rim protector. Bynum plays with a high motor on both ends, especially when crashing the boards. His versatility was also on display as he dominated the paint and showed his ability to stretch the floor and knock down threes. - Brianna Patton

Kaleb Evans

Lexington, SC

Class
2025
|
Position
CG
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Height
6' 1"
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National
NR
National Pos. Rank
NR
State
NR
State Pos. Rank
NR

A standout at two HoopSeen camps over the fall, Kaleb Evans utilizes the platform yet again to show that he’s the real deal. The 6-foot-2, 2025 combo is a bit of a swiss army knife on the floor. He can do a little bit of everything well. When I saw him on Saturday afternoon, he was flat-out dominant. He dissected the opposing defense off the bounce, finished at the rim with ease, and he made some highlight-reel passes. The game looked too easy for Evans. Every time I’ve seen him, he’s impressed. I think his profile will continue to grow in the coming years.  - Josh Tec

Chanse Funchess

Medenhall, MS

Class
2025
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Position
SG
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Height
6' 3"
|
National
NR
National Pos. Rank
NR
State
NR
State Pos. Rank
NR

Funchess is one of those players that you can just tell is a great athlete off first glance. At 6-foot-3, he has a long, strong frame that moves fluidly. He has a quick first step that makes him tough to guard off the dribble. With his strength and speed, he likes to put his head down, get downhill, and attack the rim. I think he has the tools to become a solid two-way player. - Brianna Patton

Darnerian Gibson

Winston-Salem, NC

Class
2025
|
Position
PG
| |
National
NR
National Pos. Rank
NR
State
NR
State Pos. Rank
NR

Gibson is a scrappy guard that makes an impact on both ends. He was the leading scorer for his team, averaging 15 PPG. He was even a catalyst for the Rockets when they had to fight back after being down double digits. This kid can get big, timely shots and get critical stops on the defensive end. - Brianna Patton

George Macintyre

Brentwood, TN

Class
2025
|
Position
SF
|
Height
6' 6"
|
National
NR
National Pos. Rank
NR
State
NR
State Pos. Rank
NR

At 6-foot-6 with a solid skill set, there is a ton to like about this kid. His length and motor enable him to be an effective two-way player. Macintyre gets 4-6 points a game off of put backs due to him crashing the offensive boards. He has a soft touch around the rim that he utilizes in scoring over smaller players in the paint; however, he can also make plays off the bounce from the perimeter. Macintyre gets his hands on a ton of balls defensively, too. He has good timing when it comes to blocking shots and plays with active hands. - Brianna Patton

Akila Proctor

Raleigh, NC

Class
2025
|
Position
PG
|
Height
6'
|
National
NR
National Pos. Rank
NR
State
NR
State Pos. Rank
NR

Want to talk about a young player that can score it in flurries? This is your guy. Proctor closed the weekend with a huge 34-point performance where he knocked down ten 3-pointers. He has a stout frame standing at 6-foot-1 with the ability to play both guard positions. - Brianna Patton

Jaden Tate

Starkville, MS

Class
2026
|
Position
SG
|
Height
6' 1"
|
National
NR
National Pos. Rank
NR
State
NR
State Pos. Rank
NR

I walked away extremely impressed with this kid considering he has not even played a minute of meaningful high school basketball yet. The 6-foot-1 SG can score it in a variety of ways. He has nice size and good athleticism, which pairs well with his aggressive style of play. In four wins for MEBO 14U, Tate averaged 22.7 PPG, including a 30-point performance in one of them. - Brianna Patton

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