Cooper Flagg’s brand spread across the nation during his tour with Montverde Academy. Now, the New England native just took his game to a grander audience.

Flagg might just be one of the top recruits in the 2025 NBA Draft class and already has his college plans lined up as a commit to Duke University in the fall.

With a summer to stay ready, Flagg recently accepted the chance to scrimmage Olympians and NBA All-Stars for Team USA. The group is currently training for the Paris Olympics at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. Playing for Team USA Select, Flagg put on a show on Monday.

Flagg made just about every play in a series of videos shared from the scrimmage. He drained 3-pointers from the perimeter. He stretched the floor with his passing and finished a put-back opportunity around the rim.

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His 6-foot-8 frame will allow him to compete at the next level and he certainly showed potential against elite players Monday, though obviously in a much simpler environment.

Flagg grew up in Maine and had Celtics influence in his early years of learning the sport. While he could be a future gold medalist himself, Flagg’s future shifts in a few months to a potential year-long takeover of college basketball.

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