G365 Players Watchlist: New Prospects on the Rise

Anaheim, CA – After three Elite Basketball Circuit camps (Vegas, West & Sacramento), and stops at all five G365 Regions to start to 2018-19 G365 circuit, here are eight players who have worked their way into the G365 Top 25 Player Watchlist.


2023 Sebastian Mack (Las Vegas, Nevada) was part of an excellent group of 2023 prospects that showcased their skills at EBC Vegas in early September. The 5’10 lead guard has excellent ball handling skills, court vision and court from anywhere on the floor. Mack was the top playmaker at the camp and earned himself camp MVP honors as well the G365 Player of the Month.


2023 Darnell Fizer is another Las Vegas prodigy that stood out. The 6’1” guard is a scoring machine who made good use of his pull-up as well as keeping the defense off-balance with secondary moves that helps him get into the lane and finish. Fizer, son of Iowa State Legend and formers Bulls players, Marcus Fizer, also won the King of the Court challenge at the EBC Las Vegas Camp.


2023 Jurian Dixon is a veteran of the EBC camp circuit as he has attended 10 camps since 2015 and has taken home hardware in 7 of those 10. At EBC West, the 6’1” scoring guard put up and made shots. Dixon was among the EBC West Camp leading scorers and was part of the team that won the 3 V 3 competition at the camp.


2023 Yaqub Mir is another EBC camp circuit veteran as he has attended 7 and earned awards in 4 of them over the years. The 5’10 combo guard is arguably the most improved player on the circuit. Mir had the most complete offensive arsenal on the circuit and is no doubt one of the guys the puts in the most work. Mir earned Top 5 honors at EBC West and was in the discussion for camp MVP.


2023 Kiku Parker reminds us a lot of Nate Robinson. Like Robinson, Parker has the ability to stay low to the ground with his dribble and will push the ball and attack the defense. Parker earned camp MVP at EBC Sacramento and was also the G365 POTM in November.


2024 Michael Lewis out of Oakland, California has been one more talented player we’ve seen this season. The 6’0’ lead guard has a tremendous well rounded game, but it’s his competitive drive that makes him unstoppable at this level. Lewis earned G365 Bay Area Classic MVP as well as G365 POTM honors.


2024 Kasen Krueger recently went head on with 2023 G365 Top 25, Ben Roseborough, at the G365 Sacramento City Classic tourney. Although Roseborough and his team pulled out the victory, Krueger left a lasting impression. At the recent EBC West Camp, the 5’9” point guard put it all on together and earned himself MVP honors. Krueger showed great energy, poise, court leadership as well an ability to outscore his opponents when necessary.


2024 ZZ Clark came to EBC West known as Sky Clark’s little brother, but left the camp known as ZZ after earning Top 5 honors and vying for MVP honors throughout the weekend. ZZ’s offensive game has grown tremendously over the past couple of months. He has a nice touch on both his outside shot and floater.

Of course, there were plenty more that have left a lasting impression on our team. To see the full G365 Player Watchlist, please see here