GABC Team Camp Standouts

EMERSON, GA – The Southeast Regional Team Camp brought a host of talent from Georgia and surrounding states to the Lakepoint Champions Center in Emerson, outside of Atlanta. These games helped shine some light on the best players in the region. Here are some of the standout players from the event.


Being in Georgia, this even naturally brought some of Georgia’s best players together. 2025 Deke Cooper from Woodward Academy showed why he has seen an influx of D1 interest, as he demonstrated his pure scoring talent and physicality. With length and athleticism to boot, Cooper is very poised offensively with room still to grow. 2025 Jacob Wilkins of Grayson High also had a great weekend. The son of NBA legend Dominique, Wilkins resembles his father’s poise on the floor with a great ability to change and utilize pace to his advantage and an in-control basketball style. While he could benefit from putting on some more muscle, Wilkins’ high-IQ with the ball in his hands makes him an especially lethal threat. 2025 Caleb Wilson from Holy Innocents Episcopal School continues to show why he has heard from schools like Arkansas, LSU, Texas, Georgia Tech, Stanford, Ohio State, Mississippi State, SMU, UNC, and Alabama since the contact period started. A mobile big with great hands and reliable ball skills, Wilson is a unique prospect with great size and length at 6-10. He’s only begun to scratch the surface of his true potential and will continue to dominate Georgia hoops at Holy Innocents. 2024 Jeremiah Wilkinson from longtime powerhouse McEachern is an aggressive point guard with serious heart and relentless effort. With extended range and great pace, Wilkinson earned a Tulsa offer after the weekend. 2026 Moustapha Diop from Walker School showed why he’s one of the top ranked sophomores in the state. With a great interior motor and the ability to extend to the perimeter, Diop is an intriguing prospect with limitless potential and has already shown an ability to get better year over year.


North Carolina has been a growing hub for quality basketball in the Southeast. The level of talent at GABC reflected that. 2024 Bishop Boswell from Myers Park (NC) and teammate 2025 Sadiq White showed that they may be the best tandem in the Southeast this season. Boswell is a gifted combo guard with great length and feel for the game. He’s a developing passer with great explosiveness and athleticism aiding him in scoring around the basket. His jumper is quick and rangy, and he can score them in bunches. White is the #1 player in the state for a reason. The recent NC State offer and ESPN Top 100 kid has an incredibly gifted combination of skill and length. He’s a reliable shooter, high IQ scorer, and has near unlimited upside.

Some of our Florida guys made their names known over the weekend as well. 2024 Tyler Johnson showed his shooting touch and high level motor. The incoming senior at Oak Ridge in Orlando can play inside-out and is developing as an interior presence and athlete. 2025 Jalen Reece is a verified bucket getter. The fellow Oak Ridge guard is an elite shooter who can actively run an offense and create opportunities for his teammates. As he continues to develop his body and size, he will only be able to increase his marketability at the next level. 2026 Windermere Prep Brandon Bass, Jr. is one of Florida’s fastest growing prospects. The son of former NBA player Brandon Bass is a multi-level scorer and budding defensive presence whose stock has risen greatly all summer.