The first session of Big Shots Myrtle Beach Live event ended Friday, giving travel ball teams and players a chance to play in front of college coaches.

Here are Friday’s top performers and highlights

FRIDAY’S GOLD BRACKET CHAMPIONS

17U BLUE: DMV Warriors

17U ORANGE: MPLS FAB 58

16U ORANGE: Big Shots Elite

16U BLUE: Team Fly Teal

15U: Team Loaded 804

14U: Quinn Anvils

11U: Team Xplosion 2026

FRIDAY’S TOP PERFORMERS

ERIC CLARK JR, TEAM FLY TEAL: MVP of the 16U blue championship, a 69-56 win over Team 22.

NICK FARRAR, BIG SHOTS ELITE NC 2020: 6-7 big man picked up an offer from Rutgers Friday. With dozens of coaches watching, Farrar went for 34 points against a high-level Big Shots Elite team from Georgia. Georgia won 103-91. For the event, Farrar averaged 23.8 points per game.

MALACHAI HAMILTON, KEITH ROBINSON, QUINN ANVILS 14U: In a 60-38 win over Team Xplosion in the 14U championship, Hamilton had 19 points and Robinson had 16.

KADEN MATHENY, BIG SHOTS ELITE WV 2020: Top flight point guard led the 17U feature division, with 118 total points. He averaged 29.5 per game and led the division with 18 made 3-point shots Teammate KJ McClurg, his backcourt mate, averaged 20.3 points and led the division with 16 made free throws.

WILL TYNDALL, BIG SHOTS ELITE NC 2021: 17 points, seven rebounds, two assists in a 78-69 win over Big Shots Elite WV in the 16U orange/gold championship game.

CHRIS YOUNGBLOOD, BIG SHOTS ELITE GA: Part of a nationally ranked powerhouse, this Kennesaw State recruit had 29 points in a 103-91 win over Big Shots Elite NC. Teammate Brandon Stroud, a top ranked rising senior in Georgia, had 25….Youngblood averaged 20.3 points during the two-day event.

FRIDAY’S HIGHLIGHTS

NAIM WALKER, PHILLY HURRICANES

ARMONI WADE, DALLAS SEAWOLVES

AVIWE MAHLONG, VIRGINIA BLAZE