There were many players making a good name for themselves at the GNBA Championships. Here are ten players that really boosted their stock and are ones to track as they transition into high schoolers. 

Derek Bishop – 2025 – G – Kessel Heat
The guard showed a very good ability to play with or without the ball. Bishop moves well with the ball in his hands and is a skilled distributor in addition to being a knockdown shooter. When spotting up out on the perimeter Bishop shoots the ball extremely well with good form on his shot. He’s a good decision maker with the ball and knows how to play. 

Cornelious Dorsey – 2025 – F – Midwest Thunder
Dorsey proved to be one of the more skilled forwards at the 14U level over the weekend. He’s a tough scorer down inside that can finish through contact but also put the ball on the floor and get to the basket. The 6’2” power forward defends the paint well but can also defend out on the perimeter and match up with multiple positions. 

Noah Drake – 2025 – G – Yanders Law
Drake is a skilled and tough wing guard that contributed well on both ends. He showed off nice moves attacking the basket to get there often and is a strong finisher there but can also shoot it from the outside spotting up. He really works on the defensive to play solid perimeter defense. 

Julian Fredericks – 2025 – G – HoopStars
A playmaking point guard that showed a good ability to both score and distribute the basketball. Fredericks plays well with the ball attacking to score around the basket and distribute it out, but also shoots the ball very well with a smooth jumper spotting up from three. 

Landon Greer – 2025 – G/F – Team Temple
A strong and aggressive guard/forward that plays with a big motor. He scored the ball very effectively going to the basket using his strength to battle into the paint and finish through contact. Greer was one of the better drivers at the 14U level. Also, he plays big on the court and rebounded the ball well on both ends. 

Philip Meese Jr. – 2025 – G – Milwaukee Spartans
Meese is a long and athletic point guard with good quickness. He has good moves off the dribble and scores the ball well attacking the basket but can also hit shots spotting up from three. On the other end, Meese showed a very good ability to lock down opposing guards.

Kobe Menyweathers – 2025 – G – The Family
The engine behind The Family’s championship run. He’s a dynamic point guard that maneuvers incredibly well with the ball with his handle and quickness. He was often getting to the basket and is a nice crafty finisher there as well to having good vision on the move creating very well for his teammates. 

Antonio Munoz – 2025 – F – Meanstreets
A lengthy and athletic forward with some size at 6’5” and got a lot done on the floor.  He scored the ball effectively around the paint in a variety of ways in addition to showing a good passing ability. On the other ends he’s a quality defender matching up with multiple positions well. Munoz has plenty of upside with all of his tools. 

Andrew Rader – 2025 – C – Phenom University-Team Herro
While not even in his school yet, Rader has tremendous size at 6’9”. He uses his size well to be an effective player in the paint on both ends. He’s an imposing figure in the defensive end contesting everything hard near him and blocking plenty of shots. Rader is a strong finisher around the basket that converted on multiple and one plays. 

Sebastian Rudolph – 2025 – C – The Family
One of the better big men of the GNBA Championship tournament. Rudolph has size at 6’6” as well to a strong build to be a force in the paint on both ends. He proved to be one of the top rebounders hitting the glass hard on both ends as well to contesting shots around the basket. Plus, he scored the ball well around the basket finishing on a good amount of his paint touches.