The first time I saw Brandon Ingram was at the 2014 Norman Parker Showcase.
At the time, Ingram was already on the national radar, but he did not disappoint in the slightest, earning MVP honors and causing matchup problems all weekend long.
Offensively, he was nearly unstoppable and led Stackhouse Elite to the championship, earning the trophy in the end. That performance was the beginning of a national spring board for Ingram, who vaulted his stock all the way up to the Top 5 in the nation when it was all said and done.
He was always a recruit with a lot of uniqueness, and that still applies to now and the NBA Draft, where he could turn into a matchup problem and scoring machine in the NBA, similar to the likes of Kevin Durant.