The potential NBA prospects who impressed at the Geico Nationals

Jalen Duren, a 6-foot-10 center from Montverde Academy and the No. 2 recruit in the class of 2022, averaged 13 points, nine rebounds and two blocks in 24 minutes per game, earning a spot on the all-tournament team. Alex Driehaus/Naples Daily News/USA TODAY

The Geico Nationals concluded over the weekend after four days of action in Fort Myers, Florida. Ten of the top high schools in the country participated, with many of the best prospects in America going head to head in one of the most competitive settings we've seen at this level of basketball since the onset of the pandemic.

Montverde Academy defeated Sunrise Christian 62-52 in the final to win its fifth Geico Nationals championship.

This model of elite high school teams competing against one another in organized settings is rapidly emerging as the preferred method for showcasing the top prep stars of the future for companies such as Nike. A new league starting next season featuring at least a dozen teams is expected to be announced in the near future.

Which prospects moved the needle? Here's our look at the standouts.