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HS Elite Combine 2024: Boys Standouts

By ACH Staff, 06/03/24, 10:15PM CDT


Prospects who balled out against the top competition on Saturday...

San Antonio, TX-

            Another year, another batch of top prospects ranging from the 2025 through the 2028 class ascended upon the Alamo City for the 9th Annaul ACH High School Elite Combine.

In total, 52 top Prospects hit the hardwood on Saturday. From showing off their abilities in skill work, 3v3 cut-throat, defensive footwork, and wrapping it up by putting their talents on display during our 5v5 to end the combine.

Our staff was in full evaluation mode, and here are some of the prospects who garnered our attention:

Joel Morris

Jaylen Redd Crittendon 5’10”, Wagner HS (2026)- impressive use of changing speed to get to his spot and score. Smaller in height, but moderately strong frame, and likes to attack downhill. Is a consistent threat from the perimeter with a very reliable jumper.  

Jonathan Bradley 5’10”, Waxahachie HS (2027)- incredible handles to work into tight spaces and traffic. Above average quickness, blended with his use of angles and change of pace makes him a PG that can consistently get to his spots to score. Uses his long arms to finish with reverse layups, up & overs, and bevy of finishes.

Jamail Garland 6’1”, Clemens HS (2026)- fast twitch guard with muscular thick frame that makes him a downhill threat vs opposing guards. His shooting ability maybe his best attribute as he consistently shows to be lethal shooter, he finished multiple games with multiple 3s at an efficient rate. 

Chris Gooden Jr 5’11”, Judson HS (2026)- hardnose PG that picks up opposing PGs 94 feet, every play. He plays with a chip on his shoulder but still under control to not go overboard. He possesses a solid skillset for a field general as he has quickness with ball handling to run the point spot, along with shooting ability to play off the ball. 

Lamarious White 6’8”, Weiss HS (2025)- solidifying himself as a top prospect by showing his ability to face up and then use his physical strengths while battling versus other bigs. He moves like a wing in the mid-range/ high post area, with soft touch on his shot and quickness for a four man.

Henry Sisemore 6’7”, Lago Vista HS (2025)- showcased an all-around game as he did some things that makes him look like a wing prospect at the next level, along with being effective from inside within the paint to make him potentially a low post prospect. Displayed a fluid jumper from the perimeter and showed well attacking close outs off the ball with decent quickness to get downhill and elevate. One of the better athletes in the gym as he get off the floor quickly in traffic to finish above the rim several times. His level of college ball will have a moderate impact on whether he’s used as a wing or stretch four.

Gavin Peck 6’2” Champion HS (2028)- the only incoming freshmen of the group and his game did not disappoint. Had such a mature and polished game as he shoots the ball with high consistency and has such a good fundamental motion. He will be an instant floor spacer at the varsity level and be one of the best shooters in the area from the 2028 class.

Isaiah Meuchelboeck

Marc Anthony  6’5” SA Johnson HS (2026)- rangy athlete who showed nice mid-range shooting and ball handling ability to get to his spots. Also was a terror defending, using his 6’8” wingspan to stymie would-be driving guards, and help protect the rim when in the paint.

Legend Durst 6’3” Texas Homeschool Lions (2025)- my vote for the best performance of the combine, three level scorer. Nice sized guard and who was playing physical defense and rebounding the ball too. When in 1v1 situations he was a bucket all day.

Javonte Johnson 6’5” Brennan HS (2025)- pure high level athlete, who hit a couple of corner 3’s, but where he really is special is when he can take flight and attack off cuts, loose balls, and finish at the rim. Explosive leaper who will punish the tin. Excels in the open court.

Logan Gonzales 6’3” Steele HS (2026)- flatout shooter. Had double digit makes on the entire day. Has the ability to get to the rim in transition, and has a great IQ. Will make the right read off of a pick and roll and is a tireless worker. Young man never stops, is constantly working to get open, running the baseline, popping out on the wing, diving through the paint.

Jesiah Williams 6’4” Grace Prep Academy (2025)- put his hustle and effort on center stage. Nice size and measured in with a 6’8” wingspan. Plays physical defense and was not shy about sacrificing his body and getting on the floor for loose balls. Stoodout in 1v1 situations and showed off a nice touch with his catch and shoot ability.

Sunvith Jinkal 6’3” St. Michaels Catholic Academy (2027)- biggest riser in my view for the day. Only a freshmen. Was great in 5v5 situations. Showed that he can score in a myriad of ways, the 3-ball, getting above the rim, and had a lot of nice transition plays and passes. Good length to cause disruptions on defense, a really good overall prospect.

Treymane Martin 6’2” Southwest HS (2025)- solid combo guard. Can lead from the PG position or go get a bucket as a combo guard. Showed that he can finish at the rim with strength and athleticism.

Devin Peterson 6’4” Warren HS (2026)- a long 3 & “D” wing who was an absolute menace on defense, using his length and athleticism. Displayed that he can hit from the catch and shoot, both in the mid-range and beyond the arc. His off the dribble attacks showed steady improvement throughout the day.

Tomas Bruzoni 6’5” St. Michaels Catholic Academy (2025)- nice sized prospect who had good length to match with a 6’9” wingspan. From the onset was very active, showing his IQ and ability to be crafty on both ends. When receiving the rock, did not force the issue, but was very decisive, whether he went left, right, pulled the jumper or kept the ball moving. Consistently was able to get by his defender and finish at the rim. His jumper found the bottom of the net several times.

-Heights & Wingpsan’s listed are “Official” Combine measurements-