The second session of the Big Shots Myrtle Beach Live Period began Friday. With new NCAA rules regarding recruiting, these are the final two days for travel ball teams to play in front of college coaches live.

After this weekend, the NCAA will host regional camps for selected players, but coaches will not be allowed to attend anything other than the regional camps. So this is a big 48 hours.

Here are top performers, highlights from Day 1.


Doggie Brown, Low Country Elite: 26 points, courtesy of seven  made 3s in a game with ESBA Huntington.

Brayden Crump, Big Shots Elite 2025: Crump had 27 points in a 63-27 win over Team Wall Big East in the 13U division.

Sterling Hopkins, Thailand Elder, Dallas Seawolves: In a 94-72 win over WV Mpact, Elder had 28 points; Hopkins went for 26.

Zee McCown, Quinn Anvils 14U: 32 points in a 84-63 win over Big Shots Elite WVA.

Trent McIntyre, NL Disciples Elite: In front of a bevy of college coaches, McIntyre went for 24 points against a strong Big Shots Elite team from West Virginia.

Antonio Marr, College Bound Athletes: unsigned senior guard put up 17 points Saturday and looks like a prospect colleges should jump on.

Kaden Metheny, Big Shots Elite WV: sharp point guard was a star of Session I and started out Session II with a bang, including a 27-point performance in an 87-72 win over the NL Disciples Elite. Rhode Island, Liberty and Houston were among colleges watching. Metheny had 16 points in a 60-54 win over the Greensboro Warriors.

Sammie Moss, Big Shots Elite GA 15U: Star of tomorrow had 32 points in a 87-81 win over Big Shots Elite NC, which got 28 from Noah Ross.

Zeb Murphy, Greensboro Warriors 2020: 19 points, including five 3-pointers in a win Saturday. Teammate Ahmil Flowers had 18 points.

Qualeem Poindexter, Greensboro Warriors Unsigned Seniors: Poindexter had 28 points in a 74-61 win over WCBA Elite Blue.


Jabare Perry, Low Country Elite

Kuluel Mading, NL Disciples

Ahmil Flowers, Greensboro Warriors

Chris Youngblood, Brandon Stroud, Big Shots Elite GA