Overtime Elite's OTE Pro Day kicked off with many college and NBA scouts in attendance.
Our team at The Circuit has put together our top performers. measurements, individual skill, and 5-on-5 play all went into consideration.
Scroll below to see which prospects caught our eye and the eye of scouts from across the country.
Name: Karter Knox
Karter Knox, a 5-star prospect out of the class of 2024 really showed out at Overtime Elite's Pro Day. Knox used his combination of shot creating ability and strength to score in a variety of ways during 5-on-5 action. Expect Knox to have a breakout first season in the Overtime Elite League.
Name: Peyton Marshall
Marshall continued to display is assertiveness on the defensive end. Standing at 7'0, Marshall used his wide frame and long arms to alter shots and be physical with offensive opponents. Offensively, Marshall was impressive too, using his strong body to make jump hooks over each shoulder.
Name: Jaeden Mustaf
Recent Georgia Tech commit, Mustaf proved that he is one of the elite scorers in the Overtime Elite League. The 6'5 guard is a bully with the ball in his hands, bumping defenders off of him when attacking the rim. His shooting abilities off the dribble were on display, hitting multiple contested jump shots.
Name: Tyler Jackson
2025 G Tyler Jackson is one of the craftiest players in the country, and his elite ball handling skills were on display. His way of getting around defenders with dribbling combinations is something you have to see. Jackson was also great when passing the ball, getting his teammates involved and getting them easy baskets.