The summer months are often busy for players on the circuit, filled with tournaments, camps and college visits. But they’re also a time to celebrate, as college offers and other awards come in. That’s been the case for many members of Team Trae Young.


The TTY talent was on display at camps over the early summer months.

Ja’Kobe Walter got a golden invite to the NBPA Top 100 Camp and put on a show.

Meanwhile, Dink Pate and Jadyn Toppin showed out at the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches 2022 Showcase.

On the girls side, Kyiah Prestridge dominated the She Put in Work Camp in Oklahoma, walking away with MVP honors and a win in the 1-on-1 tournament.

Then in July, Kaden Cooper (2023), Dink Pate (2023), Ja’Kobe Walter (2023), Keeley Parks (2025), Ellie Papahronis (2023) and Kyiah Prestridge (2026) were all invited to the adidas All-American Camp in Rock Hill, SC.

Parks was ranked the No. 3 point guard in the Girls Class of 2025 by Nation’s Elite.

Recently 17U player Sebastian Perry and 16U Coach Craig Wrice made an interview appearance on a local Oklahoma CBS Sports affiliate.


Offers were also coming in fast and furious over the last month for standouts from the Classes of 2023, 2024 and 2025.

Rising Class of 2023 standout Dink Pate recently received offers from a trio of SEC powerhouses, Auburn University, the University of Alabama and the University of Arkansas.

Kaden Cooper (2023) remains firmly on the radar of the top hoops schools in the nation. In late June he got an offer from Gonzaga and added an offer from Memphis in July.

Hannah Fields (2023) nabbed an offer from Oklahoma Christian.

6-7 prospect Kieran Elliott (2023) received an offer from Dallas Baptist.

Jadyn Toppin (2023) got offers from The University of New Mexico and Akron University.

Bryson McGlothin (2024) picked up his first D-1 offer, from Rice University.

Another Class of 2024 prospect, Doryan Onwuchekwa got an offer from Norfolk State.

And CJ Nickson (2025) has been making some noise for TTY 15U and it got him an offer from NAIA powerhouse Oklahoma City University.