Jake Milkereit, 2020 SG, Drive Nation (17U): Milkereit has a silky smooth jumper and uses his lengthy 6'4" frame to attack the glass against guards where he has the clear height advantage. With his pure jumper and overall scoring instincts matched with his size and potential to be a really solid defender, he's definitely got to be looked at as a really solid LM+/MM- prospect. His offer list includes Air Force, Northern Arizona, Northern Colorado, UMKC, and UT-Arlington. It wouldn't be shocking to see a few more come his way this summer as he's performing on the EYBL Circuit.
Eli Patterson, 2022 G, Arkansas Demons (15U): Arguably one of the best pure shooters on display during day one at The Warmup, Patterson is a wiry scoring guard that can drill shots from deep off the dribble and off the catch. One of his most impressive performances of the day was a 20-point effort against Bluff City Legends where he drained five three-pointers. The Demons may be one of the more unknown teams in this event, but they've got a stud in the making on their hands with Mr. Patterson.
Jack Groeteke, 2021 WF, Beyond Ball (16U): Groeteke didn't put up crazy numbers during day one at The Warmup, but he was extremely efficient and showed great flashes of his long-term potential. His skinny, lanky frame doesn't allow for him to do much bruising down low, but he's very good at using that length to his advantage with a nice mid-range game and being able to score over the top of the defense around the rim. Groeteke has the skill set to be a worthwhile prospect, and it will be interesting to following his development throughout the summer.