2023 Sports Stars of Tomorrow NBA Special, Part 2: Fox, Randle, Barrett, Young, Banchero, Kessler

Last season was a game-changer for the Sacramento Kings as they finally broke their streak of disappointment with their first winning season in 16 years. The team had point guard Aaron Fox to thank for their newfound success. Hailing from Cypress Lake High School in Katy, Texas, Fox made waves by not only earning a spot on the All-Star team but also being named to the prestigious All-NBA third team. Known for his composed and collected demeanor, Fox has gained immense recognition as a well-rounded player. His prowess in rebounding, shooting, penetration, and assisting has helped elevate the team's performance to new heights. Another standout player from the previous season was Julius Randle, who proved that his talent extended far beyond his high school glory. As the second overall recruit in the 2013 High School class, Randle had high expectations to live up to, and he did so with flying colors. The New York Knicks experienced a game-changing season with Randle on their side, as he not only secured his second All-Star team selection but also achieved an impressive career-high of 25.1 points per game. Even during his time at Plano Prestonwood in Texas, Randle's coach had unwavering faith in his NBA potential, even when he was just 17 years old. Fast forward to today, and Randle's exceptional performance has cemented his place among the basketball elite.