Friday, March 27, 2020

Basketball Spotlight Class Of 2026 Top 25 Player Performance Rankings

Jordan Skyers

Since the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp we got a chance to see many players in the performance Class of 2026. We conducted several events such as King Of The Capital, Slam Dunk Breast Cancer, Tip Off Classic, Clash For The Cup and Spring Invitational. We have comprised a list of the Top 25 Class of 2026 Players we saw. This list is based on player and is only our opinion and should be taken as such. PLEASE NOTE: WE UNDERSTAND THAT SOME PLAYERS MIGHT APPEAR ON THIS LIST BECAUSE OF THEIR AGE. IF SO PLEASE CONTACT US TO EDIT IMMEDIATELY. THIS IS A GRADE BASED RANKING! 

Basketball Spotlight Class Of 2026 Top 25 Player Performance Rankings 

1. Jordan Skyers Guard (NYC Young Bucks)- The Future Phenom Camp and Slam Dunk Breast Cancer MVP solidified his spot after separating himself from the pack. During the Tip Off Classic he carried NYC Young Bucs to a finals appearance even putting on one of the best Spotlight performances ever against NY Rising Stars.

2. Richard Rosa Guard (KSK)- After missing the Future Phenom Camp Rosa dove into action at the Slam Dunk Breast Cancer winning MVP honors in the 2025 game. Most recently he played in this class for the Spring Invitational and was virtually unstoppable leading KSK to the crown.
3. Bryce Presley Forward (Fidonce)- The fluid forward made his national debut at the Future Phenom Camp and finished ranked #2. He continued his good play during the Slam Dunk Breast Cancer and during the Tip Off Classic helping Fidonce reach the final four.
4. Jalen Grant Guard (NY Gauchos)- After a #7 finish at Future Phenom Camp, Grant came on stronger taking home MVP honors during the Slam Dunk Breast Cancer. He has shown to be one of the top guard’s period.
5. Nasir Ralls Guard (Fidonce)- Ralls is a special talent at the point. He delivered during the Future Phenom Camp, Slam Dunk Breast Cancer and the Tip Off Classic. It would be hard to argue his #5 spot.
6. Josh Powell Forward (Ivy Lions)- Powell proved to be one of the most dominant players during the Spotlight tournaments. He possesses the strength of a forward but some of the skills of a guard. He led them to the Tip Off Classic Championship and Clash For The Cup Runner Up.
7. Jayden Johnson Guard (DC Premier)- The North Jersey guard splashed on the scene at the Future Phenom Camp finishing as one of the top players overall. He gets busy whenever he steps on the floor.
8. Torrey Brooks Guard (League Bound)- Brooks didn’t make his Spotlight appearance until the Spring Invitational but performed good enough to crack the Top 10. The southpaw was particular leading his team to the final four.
9. Patrick Otey (Expressions)- Otey performance at the Future Phenom Camp kept him in our Top 10. The big guard has a unique feel for the game and produces big numbers.
10. Judah Bontemps Guard (Riverside Hawks)- Judah proved during the Spotlight circuit that he’s one of the best point guards around. He also will give you buckets at any time. He quarterbacked Riverside Hawks to a runner-up finish at the Spring Invitational.
11. Benji Grayer Guard (Riverside Hawks) 

12. Rashad Bledsoe Guard (League Bound) 

13. Makel Butts Forward (Fidonce) 

14. Alex Mazella Guard (Ivy Lions) 

15. Isaiah Gore Guard (NJ Rivals)
16. Jackson Southerland Forward (Riverside Hawks) 

17. Logan Ciffereilo Guard (Success Academy) 

18. Munir Greig Guard (Philly Hurricanes) 

19. Lyrick Samuels Guard (Rising Stars NY) 

20. Anthony Mauro Guard (NJ Bulldogs)
21. Jalen Maldanado Forward (Ivy Lions) 

22. Javion Cesar-Jones Guard (NJ Rivals) 

23. Seimer Roberson Guard (Albany City Rocks) 

24. Hank Williams Guard (Rising Stars NY) 

25. Nolan Barnes Guard (NY Rens)