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Team 5

#5 5’8” 2021 Amir Davenport of Independence High School (Charlotte, NC)
Davenport came into camp showing a great attitude. The cat-quick like point guard used both hands very effectively showing his ability to get into the paint and finish at the rim. His camp coach stated, “Amir is a tough and very tenacious point guard. Very solid, he is one of the better freshmen I have seen this year. Special type of point guard.”

 

 

#24 5’10” 2020 Jarquz Jones of Pamlico County High School (Bayboro, NC)
Jones came into camp and gave constant, non-stop effort. He is a tough-minded player who has a gritty style and the ability to get into the lane with his quickness and aggression. He defends the ball well. Jones’ camp coach stated, “Jarquz is a tough guard who is able to finish in traffic. He has great court awareness and plays hard (on both ends) from start to finish.”

 

 

#33 5’11” 2020 Zachary Wooten of Alexander Central High School (Statesville, NC)
Wooten camp into camp showing a great attitude and an advanced understanding of teamwork and team play. He got back well in transition defense and showed the ability to touch the paint some and finish. Wooten’s camp coach stated, “Zackary is a solid athlete who had a great attitude throughout the camp.”

 

 

 

#79 5’9” 2020 Myron Poindexter of CB Aycock High School (Goldsboro, NC)

Poindexter came into camp with a great attitude and really took well to all the coach concepts provided to him throughout the day. The lefty is a slender and quick lead guard who is confident using either hand in traffic or at the rim. He showed the ability to defend the ball as well as see the floor throughout the day. In game two he finished with 12 points, showcasing a slithery ability to get to the paint. 

 

 

 

#52 6’ 2020 Stephen McLamb is Homeschooled (Burlington, NC)
McLamb came into camp showing a great understanding of team concept and took very well to the coaching and teaching provided throughout camp. He has good range on his 3-point shot and is best in catch and shoot situations. McLamb’s camp coach stated, “Stephen had a positive attitude the entire day. He is a hardworking player. I am excited to see what more hard work brings him.”

 

 

#61 6’1” 2020 Hercules Orion Burgess of Concord 1st Assembly (Concord, NC)
Burgess came into camp and gave great attitude throughout the day, both in station work as well as on both ends of the floor during games. Burgess is a vocal player on the defensive end and he showed good court vision and passing skills while rebounding his position well. Burgess’ camp coach stated, “Hercules has an unbelievable attitude and is a real team player.”

 

 

#82 6’2” 2021 Lucas Taylor of Heritage High School (Raleigh, NC)
Taylor came into camp and displayed a high basketball IQ and had a great attitude throughout the day. Taylor showed to be a very coachable player and he gave great effort on both ends of the floor, throughout the day. Taylor’s camp coach stated, “Lucas has an excellent character and will have a very bright future both on and off the floor.”

 

#92 6’3” 2020 Charlie Hester of Langtree Charter School (Mooresville, NC)
Hester showed a high basketball IQ and really took well to the coaching and teaching provided throughout the camp. He scored the ball well, showing the ability to move well off the ball as well as shoot from beyond the arc with range. Hester’s camp coach stated, “Charlie scored the ball well around the basket and knocked down a couple threes off the catch. He is a very good rebounder.”

 

 

#112 6’4” 2019 Holand Baynard of New Hanover High School (Wilmington, NC)
Banner showed to be a very good teammate throughout camp, understanding team concepts of what the coach was trying to do. He finished well around the basket showing a quick release with touch. Baynard’s camp coach stated, “Holland is a very good rebounder and a solid shooter at multiple levels.”

 

 

 

#121 6’5” 2019 Myles Hunter of North Mecklenburg High School (Huntersville, NC)
Hunter played both ends of the floor with a high motor. He has great length and quick twitch athleticism that allows him to defend four positions on the floor. He showed touch and range, which paired well with his aggression getting to the basket as a scorer. Hunter’s camp coach stated, “Myles was an absolute beast throughout the day. He finished over the top regularly with great explosion.”