Here is the last installment of my coverage for the 16U group with five more intriguing prospects from this year’s Final Chapter. 15U group up next. 

Ben Bestor – 2025 – G – MTXE

Bestor came up big in multiple games during The Final Chapter. To start it off he went for 20 points while hitting four threes. Then on Saturday he drilled a deep three pointer right before the buzzer to give his team a one-point victory. While he stood out with his shooting, he is a high IQ guard who can facilitate the ball and plays with plenty of energy on the defensive end. 

Cohen Goerge – 2025 – C – Yanders Law

Throughout the year George has continued to be one of the better 2025 big men on the NY2LA association and that continued into this tournament. He consistently scored the ball in the upper teens and twenties. He stands at 6’9” with a solid frame to be a dominant player inside at times on both ends as a rim protector and scoring with his back to the basket. He also shows an improving jumper with extended range. 

Zach Kinziger – 2025 – G – Team Herro

With multiple Wisconsin coaches, among many others, watching him all Saturday and Sunday, Kinziger did not disappoint. The highly skilled guard was a big piece of Team Herro’s undefeated tournament. He consistently showed his playmaking abilities while knocking down shots at a high level from both the mid-range and three. There are few players in Wisconsin’s 2025 class that have boosted their stock as much as Kinziger over the past few months. 

Jack Sullivan – 2025 – SG – Moss Elite

Throughout the tournament, Sullivan shot the ball very well from the outside. This ended with him going for 25 points while hitting seven three pointers in one game. The 6’2” guard has good strength and when he had a good look at the rim spotting up from the outside, he was not missing. 

Luke Westerdale – 2025 – G – The Academy

Westerdale had one of the top scoring halves of the entire tournament. In the first half of a game, the guard put up 21 points to put the game out of reach. He did it while hitting five threes and advance them into the quarterfinals. Westerdale is one of the top shooters on the NY2LA Association and is also a good playmaker off the dribble.