2022 HoopSeen Association All 15U team
The 15 and under division of the HoopSeen Association was fun to watch this season because of the richness of talent at the youngest high school aged division. Who were the creme de la creme from the 15 and under division? Meet this year's All-HSA squad.
Proctor’s performance during our HoopSeen events was on another level with his shooting performances. He had multiple games of 8+ three-pointers over the travel season for Team Wall. He has good size at the guard spot and has textbook shooting form. He understands when he needs to shoot and when he can set up his teammates. Proctor has a good feel for the game and understands the spacing needed to get open shots. He doesn’t force anything and that is something that we sometimes see from guys that can get hot from outside.
This Team Wall program has some tools and with Proctor leading the way at the guard spot, they should be fun to watch next season at the 16-and-under division. - Justin Byerly
I’m not sure there was a more physical, aggressive guard in the 15U grouping of the HSA circuit. With his strong frame, Lewis was able to bully opposing guards and finish against bigs at the rim. He’s a guy who doesn’t shy away from contact. It almost seems like he welcomes it and doesn’t care who’s in his way. When he gets going, he’s difficult to stop from getting to the rim. Lewis can also knock down shots from the outside with consistency. Defensively, he can neutralize the other team’s best guard and throw their offense out of whack.
This Team Mookie squad was one of the best independent 15U teams that I got to see over the spring and summer. They have talent all over the floor, and they’ll be a squad to track over the coming years. They won a lot of games on our stage this travel season, and it all started with the head of the snake, Tylan Lewis. - Josh Tec
When it comes to all-around productivity, there weren't many in the 15U division that delivered with the same week-by-week consistency as Georgia Canes’ Connor Teasley. From the first time we saw him this season until the very last weekend in Virginia Beach, Teasley’s presence was felt in every facet of the game, and he was one of the major factors in the Canes’ success.
He’s a guard that we got to see put up high point totals from deep and when carving his way to the rim. A good positional rebounder, Teasley showed that he can handle his own on the boards and routinely outbattled bigs on the glass. With another high school season and some more development under his belt, he could be a name that continues to make noise as he levels up to the 16U division next season. The 5-foot-10 guard showed that there’s plenty to be excited about in Georgia’s future. - Josh Tec
This Team Wall program has had multiple guys on each of our All-HoopSeen Association squads and it trickles down to the 15-and-under division. Caldwell was a guy that showed us throughout the travel season that we will be talking more about.
At the Best of the South, we wrote, “Playing up with the 15-and-under, the 2026 prospect, yes, 2026, is going to be another one of the plethoras of recruits out of the Fayetteville, North Carolina area. Already 6-foot-5 and boasting a size 19 shoe, Caldwell has tremendous footwork for his age and size. He has a soft-touch around the rim and he is a reliable defender. Caldwell is going to be a guy that we will hear his name a lot more in the future as he continues to grow into his body and as things start to come all come together. Judging by this past week, it is coming along fast.” - Justin Byerly
One part of the duo that has helped Rod Howard Select win a lot of games this year was Ian Howard. The 6-foot-1 guard scored over 20+ points multiple times this travel season on the HoopSeen stage.
Our Jerome Reed wrote this about Howard, “Harvey set the tone from the opening tip. He kept his hands in the passing lanes, poking the ball away for quick steals and frustrating their offense. In transition, there’s no hesitance on his next move. Whether taking it strong to the rim or dumping it off to the trailer, Harvey continued to make play-after-play. From the outside, he’s deadly. Harvey sank four threes and finished with 25 points.”
Howard is the son of former Charlotte 49er standout Rod Howard and does the typical things that we see from prospects that have a dad that is a coach. He understands the game, has a high basketball IQ and are for the most part a little more advanced at this stage in their career when it comes to having a great feel for the game. - Justin Byerly
The 6-foot-8 forward was a monster this travel season for Jermaine Jackson’s 2025 squad. The team did not lose a game while playing on the HoopSeen stage and won a lot of games by blowouts.
Ware is a guy that has very good footwork for his size and is mobile. He can score in the post and is starting to show signs of the ability to stretch the floor with his shotmaking from outside. He wants contact and understands that he can hang with anyone in his class. Ware has a natural rebounding instinct and does a lot of damage controlling the boards on both ends. - Justin Byerly