2023 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions 15U Standouts II
SUWANEE, GA - If you wanted to get an early look at the up-and-coming stars from the southeast, the Bob Gibbons TOC 15U division was the place to be. All kinds of talent gathered in the tournament and showed that we have plenty to look forward to for the next few years.
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Another Wheeler guard to look out for in the 2026 class, Kota Suttle makes winning plays across the board. He has a great feel for the game on both ends. When I saw him over the weekend, he was a shutdown defender and routinely made smart decisions with the ball in his hands. He came up with timely rebounds and scored when he needed to. Suttle didn’t do anything flashy over the weekend, but his worth to winning can’t be understated. He was one of the players that rarely came off the floor for the Celtics. I know Wheeler lost a great guard, but they have plenty more coming up. Look out for him in June with the Wildcats. - Josh Tec
A 2027 PG playing up, Martay Barnes looked like one of the better guards in the 15U field this weekend. He’s a super scorer with the ability to fill it up from all over the floor. While his ability to get a bucket is what initially caught my eye, Barnes has tremendous vision and can get the ball where it needs to go. He looks like he’s next up out of the Southeast Elite program. - Josh Tec
We’ve seen Will Dopfer shine for a while now with Redline, and his game looks like it’s taken some steps forward. He has a well-rounded offensive game and can play both around the basket and on the wing at 6-foot-6. He has the patience, footwork and poise around the basket. Dopfer has good touch on his jumper and has shown dexterity with the ball in his hands. He’s a player on the rise and one to keep an eye on in Georgia’s 2026 class. - Josh Tec
Catches your eye with his length and grace. He runs the floor with effort, he covers a tremendous amount of ground and he can finish at the rim. His shooting stroke is very nice, he releases high and follows through. He plays with effort and emotion, he defends and can play either guard spot with ease. He seemed more comfortable shooting from the half court set as opposed to the pull-up variety. He can put the ball on the deck and make the foul line jumper, he gets good lift and again his finish is textbook. I believe we have a nice young player coming our way in the very near future. - Andre Whitehead
This is a strong Iso Joe group with a ton of potential. Tristan Jahnke has impressed throughout this entire spring and did so again at Bob Gibbons. The 6-foot-7 forward is a quality rim protector with his length and athleticism. He uses those traits to impact the game on the glass as well. As the primary man holding down the post for this group, Jahnke makes some tremendous passes to his shooters on the perimeter. He looks like a player that will keep growing. If that’s the case, he has a great foundation for a big man. - Josh Tec