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16U EYBL Standouts from Session 2 in Indiana

Written by Griffin Greenberg


The talent in Session 2 of 16U at EYBL this past weekend was incredible. Many players showed out in Indiana on multiple different teams. Let's dive in and check out some of the 16U standouts from Session 2 in Indiana.


Tyler McKinley (All Ohio Red): 24.3 PPG (56.9% FG), 8.3 RPG, 2.8 APG, 1.5 SPG

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The 4-star PF had a breakout weekend in Indiana. At 6'8" McKinley can handle the ball and muscles his way through defenders where he showcases his elite finishing skills at the hoop. He has high awareness, nice court vision, and is able to convert broken plays to baskets. The 16U scoring leader gained lots of attention from colleges such as Ohio State, Xavier, Purdue, Cincinnati Dayton, and West Virginia have visited him at practice since the conclusion of Session 2.


Sammie Yeanay (Nightrydas): 21 PPG (77.1% FG), 8.5 RPG

Yeanay had one of the best FG percentages on the weekend. The 6'9" F is a powerful rebounder who flies for putbacks dunks frequently. He plays smart on each end of the court and can also shoot the three-ball as well. Yeanay picked up an offer from Alabama over the weekend and should pick up many more.


Pharaoh Compton (Team Strive For Greatness): 15 PPG (78.4% FG), 9 RPG, 3 BPG

Compton put together a very strong weekend. The 6'7" PF uses his big frame to challenge defenders at the hoop, where it usually results in him postering them. He is a very good shot blocker and is a big threat around the rim. Compton is one of the more underrated players in his class and he recently picked up his first offer from Texas A&M.


Terrence Hill (Rose City Rebels): 24.3 PPG (48.5% FG & 46% from three), 3 RPG, 4.8 APG, 2 SPG

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Hill plays very under control and can really shoot the ball. He is a great catch-and-shooter and has great court vision allowing him to make quick passes to teammates. The up-and-coming point guard thinks ahead when he's on the floor. Hill is very underrated as he currently only holds 3 offers but is a name to watch out for.


Dylan Harper (NY Rens): 19.3 PPG (48.4% FG), 6 RPG, 5.3 APG

Harper did a bit of everything this past weekend. The 4-star plays hard and plays smart on the court. The son of Ron Harper led his team to a 3-1 record. He also attacks and isn't afraid to finish through contact and makes unselfish plays as well. Harper received an offer from Indiana over the weekend.


Karter Knox (Florida Rebels): 24.3 PPG (52.7% FG), 4.3 RPG, 1.7 SPG

The 5-star put together a very productive weekend leading the Florida Rebels. The brother of Kevin Knox has a great shot off the dribble and glides to the hoop. Knox can also shoot the ball very well and uses his frame to his advantage to score. He secured an offer from Illinois over the weekend.


Daniel Freitag (Howard Pulley): 18.3 PPG (52.8% FG), 5.7 RPG, 3 APG, 1.7 SPG

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Freitag is a very quick and explosive player. He has impressive speed allowing him to blow by defenders and run great in transition. The 6'3" G is a very active player good on both ends of the court and is very fun to watch. He does a bit of everything and can even hit threes as well. Freitag is a bit underrated and should only receive more recognition as time goes on.


Jason Asemota (Team Syndicate): 22.3 PPG (54.8% FG), 6 RPG

The 5-star showed his dominance and ability to score in Indiana. Asemota is a great catch-and-shooter and has the ability to light it up beyond the arc. At 6'8" he uses his size to his advantage to shoot over defenders and bring high-energy plays with his strong dunks. Asemota had a game-high of 36 points as he shot 14-19 (6-9 from three) against TSF.


Yves Missi (PSA Cardinals): 11.3 PPG (65.2% FG), 8.3 RPG, 4.5 BPG

Missi is the leader in blocks in 16U. At 6'10" he challenges players on both ends of the court at the rim and is dominant on the defensive end. The 4-star is also quick and can handle the ball and blow by defenders his size when he needs to. Missi picked up an offer from Michigan from his Session 2 show out.


Malachi Palmer (Team Syndicate): 17.8 PPG (49.1% FG), 5 RPG, 5 APG

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Palmer is a 4-star that has does lots of things on the court. He is great at finishing around the hoop and shoots lots of floaters, making it tough for defenders to stop him around the hoop. He also can shoot and has great court vision. He led Team Syndicate to a big win over NJ Scholars where he scored 27 points on 10-15 shooting which included 5-8 from three.


Jalen Haralson (Indy Heat): 18.3 PPG (46% FG), 8.8 RPG, 3 APG

Jalen Haralson had a very impressive showing for Indy Heat's 16U team. Haralson, a 5-star in the class of 2025, is actually playing up and is just 14 years old. At 6'7" he runs the floor very well and accelerates past defenders to get to the hoop. He has nice footwork and has the ability to knock down shots right over defenders because of his size.


Durral "Phat Phat" Brooks (The Family): 17.7 PPG (46.5% FG), 5.3 RPG, 3 APG, 1.7 SPG

Brooks is a quick player that has a smooth handle giving him the ability to shake defenders and create space. He can finish with heavy contact and also reads the defense well allowing for him to set his teammates up. Brooks recently received offers from Western Michigan and Grand Valley State.





Other noticeable standouts:

Joson Sanon (BABC): 14.3 PPG (45.1% FG), 3.5 RPG

Nicholas Petronio (Expressions Elite): 14.5 PPG (50% FG), 2 RPG

Damarien Yates (Team Thad): 11.5 PPG (48.7% FG), 5.5 RPG, 1.5 SPG

Micah Davis (Indy Heat): 13.8 PPG (54.8% FG), 3.3 RPG, 4.8 APG, 2 SPG

Isaiah Elohim (PG Elite): 17.7 PPG (65.7% FG), 5.7 RPG, 1.3 SPG

TJ Robinson (NJ Scholars): 23.5 PPG (45.1% FG), 4 APG

Jarin Stevenson (Team United): 13 PPG (63% FG), 7 RPG

Christopher McDermott (JL3): 10.8 PPG (48.6% FG), 8.5 RPG

Kon Knueppel (Phenom University): 21.3 PPG (63% FG & 52% from three), 4.7 RPG, 2 APG

Liam McNeeley (Drive Nation): 19.8 PPG (46% FG), 7 RPG, 1.5 SPG

Damarius Owens (City Rocks): 18.3 PPG (53.1% FG), 4.3 RPG, 2.5 APG

Dylan Warlick (Team Griffin): 18.3 PPG (50% FG), 5.8 RPG, 1.8 APG

Emerson Tenner (Team Thad): 20.3 PPG (61.9% FG), 3.8 RPG, 3.5 APG, 2.8 SPG

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