Top 15U Performers from the 2022 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions, Pt. II
SUWANEE—With as competitive as a 15U field as there was at the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions over the weekend, there was no shortage of prospects that made lasting impressions or reinforced previous evaluations. Part I of our 15U standouts is available to read, and we’re thrilled to present the second installment of the 15U top performers from the weekend that was.
Whenever I hear that Caleb Wilson is in the building, I’m constantly looking for a front row seat. It’s something intriguing about a 2025 kid standing at a wild 6–foot-8, that would keep anyones attention. His game reminds me of an Anthony Davis, same frame & build, moves around the floor very well, and can be effective on both ends on the floor. Wilson has a soft touch from the post and he’s pretty good with drawing the foul, he’s definitely a player that can be trusted at the free throw line. His shot is solid and he can also get streaky from the three. The performance he put on with Salim London by his side has been the best one-two punch in the 15u division. - D’Courtland
Prior to the start of Gibbons, I tabbed Pinkins as a prospect to watch out of Florida. At 6-foot-4, this kid has the size and skillset to be a really good two-way player at the next level. Pinkins can flat out light it up from three as well as break defenders down off the bounce. Defensively, he plays with a high motor, bouncing around looking to disrupt the offense. To put it simply, Pinkins has the attributes that coaches vye for - size, shooting, and the ability to defend. - Brianna Patton
It feels like a different guy from Team Mookie leaves an impression on me on a weekly basis. This past weekend, Tylan Lewis etched his name in my notebook. The strongly-built guard is quick and athletic, which means trouble for opposing defenses when he can get out in transition or get going toward the basket. There’s not much defenders can do at that point. Already physically advanced, Lewis can absorb contact around the basket and use his strength to body up on defense. As he continues to develop consistent range with his jumper, Lewis is going to be a name to track for years to come. - Josh Tec
Wilkins has been one of the hottest young prospects in the state this travel season. Standing tall at 6-foot-7, he has a long, lanky frame and he does seem to be remotely close to being done growing. He runs the floor well in transition, showing the type of threat he can be in the open floor. His length allows him to be a disruptor on the defensive end as he utilizes those long arms to get his hands on loose balls. He is a bit raw on the offensive end, but Wilkins has as much upside as any 2025 kid in the state. - Brianna Patton
Upside, upside, upside. After seeing Jordan with Shiloh over the high school season, I couldn’t help be enmaored by his upside. At a long 6-foot-6, he has all the hallmarks of the next great wing to come out of the Peach State. Jordan is a mobile, versatile forward that can play inside and out. He’s shown the ability to shoot the ball well from distance too. When watching him, you get the sense that he’s barely scratching the surface of what he can be. - Josh Tec