Peyton Wiggins from Birmingham, AL is an extremely skilled guard for the 2025 class. Wiggins has a very mature game for his age and shows flashes that his future will be bright. Wiggins ran with the Iron City Huskies the 2018 AAU season and played a tough schedule featuring a few Hoopseen and Future 150 events.
Peyton received accolades from several scouting services such as Coast 2 Coast Hoops, Future 150 and Hoopseen. Wiggins participated our 2018 Southern Invitational Middle School Camp as he stood out not only to our staff but also to several spectators in attendance. It is rare that you see a kid at such a young age do the things he do on a consistent basis.
One of the more impressive things Wiggins displayed was finishing through contact. Great point guards live in the paint, finish through contact and get to the free throw line and Wiggins displayed all of those. His ability to score from all three levels solidified the 2025 MVP award. If Wiggins continues to grow and develop on the pace that he is he can be a projected High Major ball player. We look forward to having Peyton Wiggins back at the 2019 Southern Invitational in February.
Peyton Wiggins 2025
John Green had a breakout spring/summer 2018 AAU season. Green a 5’10 PG native of Montgomery, AL has been described as a 2 way guard that can defend multiple positions and can score in bunches by multiple media outlets including Future 150, Global Grassroots Hoops, and Hoopseen.
Green played with multiple travel teams last season but played in multiple big name events such as Indi-Hoops Tip Off, NYBL Finals, AAU Nationals, USBA Nationals, NOLA Super 60 and several more big name events. Green’s stock hit national waves as he played against LeBron James Jr and the North Coast Blue Chips along with Mikey Williams (regarded as the #1 prospect in 2023). Green ended the game with 24 points shooting 6 for 7 from three, even though his team fell short his buzz began.
Green also had a big weekend at the Future 150 Elite 24 Camp. Green earned accolades all weekend and ended up being ranked the #8 prospect at the entire camp, which featured over 200 players, class 2022 and 2023 from 24 states. Green earned a 3-star rating from Future 150.
Green has to sit out this season according to AHSAA transfer rules as he now attends Montgomery Catholic Preparatory School. This upcoming AAU season Green is set to play on the Nike EYBL circuit according to his AAU coach with the Georgia Stars.
John Green 2023
Spears won 2023 MVP at the Southern Invitational Middle School Camp in August. Spears is a flat out blue collar guy that bring 100% when he touches the floor. Spears has potential to be a good 2 way guard we will see how he develops.
Wooley has extreme upside and can become a big name in the class of 2024 nationally, This crafty guard can play and has a nice skill set. As Wooley gains confidence in his game a lot will change. Look to hear about this kid in the future.
Payne 2024 is a 6'2 very active and skilled player that stood out at a couple of Icons Sport events. Payne displays toughness and character that a coach would love to have. As he grows we expect to see his game expand and go next level.
Foster was crowned 2024 MVP at the Southern Invitational Middle School Camp. Foster is a strong combo guard that is a patient scorer which stands out. Foster has a very mature game for his age and with growth and development he has potential to be a Mid-Major - High Major talent.
Harley is a long guard standing at 6'1, that can score the ball from all 3 levels. Harley has great size for his position and looks to be a stud for the class of 2023 in the state of Alabama.
The 6'3 2024 Swason has huge upside. He is still a raw talent however he finishes well and protects the rim. Swanson is a good project right now and with the proper training and development sky will be the limit.