Amari Cummings is 6-foot-2 (2026 Class) freshman who plays for Bishop Jon Snyder High School (Jacksonville, FL). He also plays for the Florida Rebels AAU/club program on the Nike EYBL Circuit. Cummings is one of Florida’s finest prospects in the 2026 Class.
Cummings is known for being an excellent shooter in the gym. He’s known as one of the better shooters in his class, and can create his own shot off the bounce. His handles are strong, as he has the ability to play the game with both hands. He also understands how to play with physicality.
He has a great IQ on the floor, and has excellent court vision in transition and in the half court set. He is capable of crashing the glass and grabbing multiple rebounds against bigger players. He is an aggressive driver to the basket and can finish through contact. He has very good athleticism. He’s got good speed, is very quick and has solid jumping ability. He’s got good physical strength. He is a very experienced player. He is mentally tough, coachable and will to be a great leader on the floor.
He finished his first season on varsity as a freshman with Bishop Jon Snyder. Unfortunately for him, he missed the first half of the season due to a fractured hairline ankle. He came back at the beginning of the year (2023) and led his high school team to their first win of the season. Since being back from injury, Cummings has played solid in the second half of the season – averaging 12 points for the season. His best game of the season was putting up 17 points, 4 assists and 3 rebounds, after coming back from his injury.
I first saw Amari during the 2022 Pangos Frosh/Soph All-Midwest Camp against better players. His hard work and dedication will lead him to make an impact for this up-and-coming Nike EYBL season. This young man is definitely a D-I prospect.