6’4 ’21 Christian Cornish (CC Elite)
The strong, athletic wing prospect continues to show absolute flashes of dominance on both sides of the ball. Cornish is aggressive and utilizes his body incredibly well to absorb contact when attacking the basket, which he’s able to do with consistency. He possesses IQ, size, strength, range, and a clear two-way identity. Cornish is one that college coaches need to look at.
6’2 ’21 Greg Moore (Team Passion)
The Team Passion squad was incredibly fun and entertaining to watch, especially given the way Moore shot the ball in each of their contests. He’s a wiry off-guard that was the single most impressive three-point shooter on display. Moore moves really well without the ball, sets up quick, and has accurate range out to thirty feet, making him a matchup problem for anyone in his path.
5’8 ’22 Quentin Rice (Team Hickory)
Though slightly undersized, arguably no point guard was better than Rice on both ends of the floor. He’s so quick and smart, which allows him to constantly penetrate on offense while mirroring his assignment defensively. Rice is extremely savvy with the ball in his hands and possesses phenomenal vision, which typically makes him the best playmaker on the floor.
6’1 ’22 Quan Peterson (Upward Stars York County)
There’s so much to like with this Upward squad, especially with Peterson at the helm as a primary decision-maker. He’s an extremely calm, polished point guard that is able to legitimately create scoring opportunities for his teammates on every single possession. Peterson attacks well and is a capable all-around scorer, but is always looking to set up others and make the best possible play.
6’5 ’20 Avante Matthews (PSB Winston)
The big, strong-bodied post prospect was arguably the most reliable and productive performer for this team, given the way he scored and rebounded the ball. Matthews uses his body and positions himself nicely on the block, but also showcased the ability to handle the ball and step out for the occasional jumper. Matthews displays a great feel around the basket and was able to switch across multiple positions on defense.
6’2 ’21 Christian Taylor (Carolina Riptide)
In many ways, Taylor was the most useful all-around piece for the Riptide throughout this contest. He’s slightly undersized in the traditional sense, but plays bigger than his size and so unbelievably hard at all times—making him a problem for all types of opponents. Taylor is also a surprising athlete with an excellent two-way motor.
6’0 ’21 TreQuan Scott (Upward Stars PD)
This Upward Stars PD squad has been one of the tougher two-way teams in attendance and Scott is a major part of that. He’s a strong-bodied guard that shoots the ball extremely well and is capable of setting up the offense. Scott moves quite well without the ball and has the ability to operate off the bounce whenever necessary.
6’6 ’22 Jimeion Brown (1 Carolina)
This 1 Carolina team has arguably been the most impressive group on display, given how well they’ve performed while playing up multiple levels. They have a ton of talent from top to bottom, but Brown is easily among the best long-term prospects on the roster. He’s somewhat thin, but has a great two-way feel and is only going to better with additional strength. Brown runs the floor well in transition and possesses excellent timing as a rebounder and rim-protector.