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6’0 ’21 Guard John Anthony Baker (Cox Mill)- He’s an athletic, natural floor leader that
commands the offense for this team. Baker is capable of penetrating the lane, making the correct
read, and assisting to the appropriate teammate. He gives maximum effort on the defensive end,
with the ability to pick up the opposing point guard for 94-feet. His developing accuracy from
behind the three-point line will only increase his talents.

6’4 ’21 Wing Graham Calton (Charlotte Latin)– Calton the heart and soul of the team; he’s
athletic, with a huge competitive motor has the ability to play all five positions at this level. He
knocks down a lot of threes and requires constant defensive attention. His defense is constant and
his court awareness and IQ are off the charts; he sports a 4.3 GPA.

6’6 ’21 Wing Oliver Farris (Myers Park)– He’s a two-sport athlete that has been under the radar;
he has a lot of upside. Farris has nice touch on the perimeter to go with his solid ball-handling
and effortless three-point range. He has a 34-inch vertical and the ability to attack the rim. He is
currently enjoying a breakout travel-ball season. Farris has a quality frame with length, strength
and the ability to defend multiple positions. 3.6 GPA. (Interest from Wofford)

6’7 ’21 Joseph Ferrante (South Mecklenburg)– Ferrante is a bully on the low block who plays
with maximum effort on both ends of the floor. He’s a lefty that is adept at finishing through
contact; he plays with aggression and a high motor. Ferrante has the ability to deliver clutch
baskets when the team needs them the most, including shots beyond the three-point line. He’s
vocal on defense and leads the back line help defense through verbal communication. Ferrante is
able to hedge and recover on pick and roll plays; he’s listed at 6-foot-7 but plays much bigger
than that.

6’0 ’21 Guard Trent Lose (South Mecklenburg)– Here we have a guard that will burn opponents
if they underestimate his three-level scoring ability. Lose has strong fundamentals to go with his
high intensity and motor. He has great court vision and a high basketball IQ, and can frustrate
opponents with footwork.

6’2 ’21 Guard Bo Shaw (Charlotte Country Day)– He’s a quality guard with an extremely high
basketball IQ. He outworks everyone else on the floor and can stretch the opposition with his
three-point shooting. Shaw knows how to take advantage of his size by shooting floaters over
bigger opponents and displays great instincts for shot making. He communicates well on the
floor and makes everyone else better when he is on the floor.

6’2 ’21 Wing Henry Ryan (Myers Park)– Ryan is an athletic, intense wing with a high motor and
tremendous rebounding skills. He is strong, athletic, and has a 34-inch vertical leap, which helps
him attack the rim off the bounce. He is somewhat streaky and can play/defend all 5 positions on
the floor at this level. Ryan has great two-way upside and is a good student with a 3.6 GPA.

5’8 ’21 PG Dean Hunter (Gaston Day)– He’s a quick, athletic, point guard with great handles,
court vision and intensity. Hunter is an excellent facilitator and three-point shooter. His high
basketball IQ and ability to change pace creates defensive problems for opposing teams. Watch
out if he gets hot beyond the arc. Hunter sports a 3.6 GPA.