2023 MADE All-American's

MADE's debut All-American team is live, spotlighting eight rising freshman who've starred on our stage over the past year. It's a marathon, not a race, but these eight 2027's are off to a fast start.


Baba Oladotun

It was clear the leap was coming early on in the East Circuit this past winter, but the 6-8 wing left no doubt as the year rolled on. An oversized wing with shot-making ability, the ceiling is nowhere in sight. Set to debut at DeMatha (MD) this winter.


Lincoln Cosby

Cosby came out the gates firing with All Ohio Sumner, displaying impressive fluidity, touch and ball skills at 6-7+. The two-way flashes were unmatched this spring, and his best basketball is well ahead of him. He's signed with Overtime Elite.


 Jaylan Mitchell

Mitchell hit the ground running in the spring playing up in the EYBL with Brad Beal Elite, and it more than translated against his peers this summer. Size, strength, athleticism and loads of versatility, the Evansville, Indiana native's skillset is a prime fit in the modern game. Set to slot in at F.J. Reitz (IN) this winter. 


Gabe Nesmith

Nesmith burst onto the scene this spring with Nightrydas and hasn't looked back. A true combo guard with impressive fluidity and multi-level scoring ability, his ability to create at 6-5 stands out in a big way looking at the class nationally. The south Florida native will join Montverde Academy (FL) this winter..


Paul Osaruyi

On one of the best teams we saw coast to coast, Osaruyi asserted himself as one of the nation's best prospects this past year. From the West Circuit, to playing up in the EYBL, to starring with Canadian National Team, the 6-9 F is among the most ready to contribute at a high level early on his high school career. He'll stick in Arizona and join Dream City Christian this winter.


Ryan Hampton

Not too many who improved more than Hampton these past few months. The younger brother of former first round pick RJ Hampton, the 6-5 wing proved to be much more than just a bet on bloodlines. Rangy, quick-twitch and quickly finding his way as a confident multi-level scorer. A steady rate of progression thus far, but there's plenty of room for more.


Cayden Daughtry

The summer breakout — Daughtry has exploded onto the radar these last two months. After leading the Florida Rebels to a Final Four at Finale and starring at Midwest MSA, the Florida native is the lone true floor general to be deemed an All American. Set to stick in south Florida to begin his high school career.


King Gibson

A standout every step of the way, Gibson stormed out of the gates with Team United in the winter, produced at the E15 level and eventually lifted the Finale and MVP trophy in Augusta. An athletic 6-4 wing with an edge to him, he's going to make his presence felt at the next level before. Set to join The Burlington School (NC) this winter. 

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