NXTPro Hoops Atlanta: Day 3 AM Standouts
BY:Ross Van De Griek

The 2024 NXTPro Hoops Session 1 got underway in Atlanta, Norman, and Valley Forge this weekend. NXTPro Hoops scouts are on the grounds covering throughout the weekend. Here is who stood out this morning on Day 3

2028 6-4 SG Camden Cooper (1Family Hoops 15U)

The 6-4 eighth grader is a star in the making as he continues to play with older age groups and has grown his game exponentially. Cooper was attacking on all cylinders offensively, finishing with a game-high 22 points in the win over Kountry Wayne Elite. Cooper has had a high radar of potential since he started playing varsity basketball as a seventh grader. On the defensive end, Cooper’s length stood out where he can battle on the glass with the best of them and can turn defense into offense in a hurry. Expect his stock to continue to rise as well as his growth and understanding of the game.

2027 6-3 SG Ian Beaufort (1Family Hoops 15U)

The 6-3 freshman guard plays hard-nosed defense where he applies constant pressure on the ball as well and his off-the-ball defense is also impeccable where he can guard multiple positions. On the offensive end, Beaufort was in full attack mode with his ability to score on all three levels finishing with 21 points, on 8-of-12 shooting from the field in the win over Kountry Wayne Elite. He will be a name worth keeping tabs on as the spring and summer circuit rolls on.

2026 6-2 PG Jayden Crawford (Team Scoot 2026)

The 6-2 sophomore guard has a whirlwind of athleticism where his ability to play below the rim stood out to me right away. Offensively, Crawford is a high-level finisher whether it was off the bounce or catch. He plays instant offense where he can create for his teammates and is a proven winner every time he steps onto the floor. In the win over River City Hoops, Crawford finished with 17 points and carried the team on his back throughout the game.

2026 6-2 PG Luke Kring (Gulf Coast Warriors)

The 6-2 Sophomore point guard was lethal when it came to shooting from beyond the arc. Kring is an under-the-radar prospect where he can make an impact on both ends of the floor as well as having a high ceiling. On the defensive end, Kring didn’t allow any easy baskets in transition where his elite footwork has continued to improve throughout the spring. Expect a breakout season for Kring as he is has gained a lot of attention from college coaches as just a sophomore.

2026 6-2 PG RJ Ingram (Florida Bayhawks Batchelor)

The 6-2 sophomore point guard showed his clutch genes down the stretch in an overtime win over OTP NXT 2026. Ingram finished with a team-high 13 points including the game-winning free throws. Ingram also applied lockdown defense when guarding on the ball as he was applying constant pressure where he frustrated the opposition into forcing tough shots. Expect Ingram to gain a lot of attention this spring and summer as he has gained more confidence on both ends of the floor.

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