#6 6’0 2023 London Johnson: Comenius School
Johnson is a super intriguing prospect due to the fact that he’s super young with an incredible combination of physical gifts and skillset. He’s already a high level ball handler with a knack for finding his teammates for easy buckets on the break along with being super comfortable creating his own jump shot off the bounce. At 6’0 it’s really clear he’s going to keep growing with his super long arms, so be sure to keep an eye on London moving forward in the next few years.
#36 6’0 2019 Shykel Brown: Mount Zion Christian Academy
Brown brings a super exciting wrinkle to whatever team he’s playing with due to his ability to pass the ball at a high level. He’s one of those kids that just gets wherever he wants on the court at any given time and that bodes well for his teammates due to his crazy vision and playmaking instinct. He’s a capable jump shooter and should be on the radar for scholarship coaches as we approach the start of the high school season.
#102 6’8 2019 Tony Hauser: Northside Christian Academy
Hauser epitomizes the solid big man that does whatever is needed to come away with the W. He’s going to give you 10-15 points and 7-12 rebounds every single night while playing with a ton of effort and mental awareness, limiting mistakes, and capitalizing on opportunities. He’s a bonafide scholarship talent that should have some D1’s very intrigued as we approach the season.
#60 6’2 2021 Lawrence Thomas: North Gaston High School
Thomas came on a mission to show everyone that he’s one of the top shooters in the state of North Carolina and through his first game he’s done a great job of that. He’s comfortable at either guard spot, but don’t fool yourself, if he is playing off the ball he’s going to do whatever he can to find a good look for himself with off-ball movement and if he has an inch of space it’s going in. Definitely a kid to watch in a loaded 2021 NC Class.
#89 6’5 2019 Elroy Clark: Mount Zion Christian Academy
Clark brings a unique skillset at 6’5 with excellent vision and athleticism into a high motor solid frame. I really like the pace in which he plays with, always looking to push the ball after a defensive stop and catching the defense slipping. He made some passes that 99% of 6’5 guys will never even think of in their life and did a great job capitalizing on mismatches. Definitely a guy for scholarship coaches to watch.
#98 6’6 2020 Nick Farrar: Apex Friendship High School
Farrar is a super unique player and is still trying to find his true identity as a prospect after suffering a major knee injury in the winter of 2016. He’s one of the most productive kids at camp and scores it effortlessly from all three levels at an efficient rate. He can heat up from deep (3 3s in game one), take it coast to coast and dunk on you, or you can run your offense through him at the high post due to his exceptional passing ability. He’s a bonafide D1 kid at this point and is still super young (just turned 16) in the 2020 class.
#49 6’0 2021 Spencer Pope: West Mecklenburg High School
Pope is an absolute marksman from deep doing a great job finding, taking, and making his shots at a great rate. It’ll be interesting to see where he ends up in this loaded 2021 class, but he’s done a great job making a name for himself as one of the top shooters in the camp and that class.