Meet Scoot Henderson and Amin Asar Thompson, two exceptional high school basketball players who chose different paths to the NBA. Scoot Henderson from Georgia decided to skip college and play in the NBA's G-League at just 17 years old. His motivation was to face the highest level of competition and he excelled in the professional environment, preparing him for the next level. Similarly, Amin Asar Thompson opted for playing for overtime Elite instead of college, recognizing the advantages of training with top coaches and a pro environment. Standing at six feet seven inches tall, both Henderson and Thompson possess the athleticism and versatility sought by NBA teams. Their unique skill sets and dedication make them generational talents, with Thompson joining the NBA right after Henderson. Watch this episode of "Sports Stars of Tomorrow" to learn more about their inspiring journey to the NBA.