As 2026 prospects just begin to get their feet wet and embark on their high school basketball journeys, two longtime MADE standouts have reeled in their first collegiate offers prior hitting the floor. Both landing high major offers today, Tyran Stokes and Chidi Nwigwe's palpable upside caught the attention of the Xavier and Georgia Tech staff's respectively.
6-8 wing // 14.6 years old
A now 6-8 multi-tooled wing with an evolving pass, dribble and shoot skillset. An abrasive, well-built athlete with the functional handle and athleticism to bruise through contact and put pressure on the rim off standstill self-creation. Stokes has consistently taken steps forward over the last six or so months, morphing from a mobile big with pop into a jumbo sized wing capable of creating space and shooting off the dribble. A true mismatch machine with an intriguing developmental arc thus far. Dante Jackson and Xavier are in the door early here, but there will be no shortage of potential suitors when the time comes.
Tape from MADE's West Session 3 is below.
6-5 wing // 15.3 years old
A twitchy 6-5 wing with enormous measurables, ample physical upside and enticing scoring instincts. A wiry athlete with strong on and off ball versatility. Fluid shooter off the catch with relocation instincts and balance. Slinky movement skills, long strides and multi-level touch make for a high profile, versatile self-creator down the line. Looking certain to add more height over the coming years, Nwigwe has the early fabric of a highly touted two-way wing. The New Jersey prospect announced today he'll be headed to Bergen Catholic for high school. Josh Pastner and Georgia Tech will have plenty of company in the race for Nwigwe.