#1 5’6” 2021 Donovan Vinson of Neuse Christian Academy (Raleigh, NC)
Despite being the smallest player in camp, Vinson showed a great attitude and played very well within a team concept. He has a good basketball IQ to go with nice shooting mechanics and a quick release on his jump shot. Vinson’s camp coach stated, “Donovan has a great feel for the game and played really well once he got comfortable in the setting. He was a standout for me during the drills portion.”
#28 5’11” 2021 Camden Kepley of Lake Norman High School (Mooresville, NC)
Kepley came into camp displaying a high basketball IQ to go along with great effort and understanding of team play. He has good range on his jump shot with touch and confidence and he showed the ability to get into the paint. Kepley’s camp coach stated, “Camden has a great feel for the game, he shoots it well and gets the team involved.”
#29 5’11” 2019 David Mosley of Neuse Christian Academy (Raleigh, NC)
Mosley came into camp with a great attitude and displayed a high basketball IQ and really took to the coaching in camp. He showed an ability to run a team as well as being a vocal leader for his teammates. Mosley’s camp coach stated, “David did a good job running the team when he was on the ball. He had some range and was vocal with his team.”
#56 6’1 Unsigned Senior Byron Sanders of Ashbrook High School (Gastonia, NC)
Sanders came into the camp with something to prove and he played that way throughout. He has a complete offensive game, with good pace and the ability to get the rim or shoot the three ball. He defended well and was a solid rebounder for a guard. Sanders camp coach stated, “Byron played hard on both ends of the floor. He has good elevation on his jump shot and got into the lane often.” This one is a next level player and scholarship schools should take a look.
#57 6’1” 2020 Darius Best of Phillip O Berry Academy (Charlotte, NC)
Best came into camp and showed great basketball IQ and gave great effort from the starting tip to the finishing buzzer. He showcased good range on his jump shot and had confidence getting into the lane with the ability to finish. Best’s camp coach stated, “Darius is a very good slasher to the basket. He plays the passing lanes well on defense and showed nice step-back moves.”
#86 6’2” 2021 Terrence Harcum of Granville Central High School (Butner, NC)
Harcum came into camp and displayed all the attributes you want to see in a player and a leader. Even as a freshman this season, Harcum was one of the leading scorers in North Carolina averaging over 22 per game. He has a great feel scoring the ball with 3-level ability and touch. He is confident with the ball in his hands and has great length, coming up with numerous 50-50 balls. So much to like about this freshman.
#87 6’2” 2019 Trevon Bell of Freedom Christian Academy (Fayetteville, NC)
Bell displayed all the great qualities you want to see during camp, with great attitude, a high basketball IQ and great effort throughout. He was a good offensive player with range and the ability to finish at the rim. Bell’s camp coach stated, “Trevon has great size, he defended well and scored the ball in all types of sets we ran.”
#111 6’4” 2021 Gary Williams of Apex High School (Apex, NC)
Williams displayed a great attitude throughout camp displaying team play and an acceptance of coaching. He has good size and displayed good quickness. Offensively he has a good arsenal with range on his shot and the ability to score both off the bounce or the catch. Williams’ camp coach stated, “Gary has good size and a great attitude.”
#117 6’4” Unsigned Senior Tyren Clark of North Mecklenburg High School (Huntersville, NC)
Clark passes the look test just as he steps on the floor with good length and a very strong and explosive frame. He was very athletic and aggressive on both ends of the floor and he finished very well around the basket. He has all the ability to be a lockdown defender at the next level and he enjoyed doing all the tough guy stuff on the floor. Clark’s camp coach stated, “Tyren is a very aggressive basketball player. He was in attack mode all day and has a great feel for the basket.” Scholarship level coaches need to look here.