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6’3 ’22 Antoine Piper- The strong-bodied forward/post prospect gave excellent energy and worked hard from start to finish. He ran the floor with purpose and displayed solid touch around the basket. Piper has an excellent frame and looks likely to continue physically developing into an intriguing two-way forward.

 

Team Winston

6’3 ’22 Jaquantae Edwards- The two-way forward was the main energy guy for Team Winston during their second game of the day. He plays extremely hard on both sides of the ball and utilizes his motor nicely to disrupt the opposition.

 

5’8 ’22 MJ Raye- Though somewhat undersized, the point guard prospect was visibly the most poised and intelligent performer on this Team Winston roster. He is a leader that makes great decisions with the ball and can score efficiently from all three levels. Raye doesn’t ever force the action and understands how to regularly get his teammates involved.

 

NC Wildcats

5’8 ’22 Xavier Sorensen- Though he didn’t look to score a ton, Sorensen played an excellent role for this Wildcats squad. He’s smart, patient, and just beginning to develop physically, which is encouraging for his continued growth. Sorensen played under control and managed the game effectively when operating as a lead ball-handler.

 

5’6 ’22 Jeremiah Carter- The well-rounded guard prospect produced quite well during his team’s final showing of the day. He showed the ability to score on all three levels while making plays for others and outworking bigger opponents for rebounds.

 

Team Felton

6’4 ’23 Khaleb Foster- The post player has been the most intriguing prospect on display, given his phenomenal physical gifts and useful two-way skillset. Foster possesses great length, intelligence, and understands how to be patient around the basket. He displays great touch with both hands and showed the ability to step out and knock down shots along the perimeter. Foster was one of the only rim-protecting big men that highlighted a formidable three-point stroke.

 

6’2 ’23 Treymane Parker- The two-way guard is arguably the most special talent within North Carolina, given his incredibly advanced feel for the game at such a young age. He places terrific emphasis on the little things, from passing to rebounding, and is one of the most creative players in recent memory. Parker has no real holes on either end of the floor and is truly capable of dominating opponents in a variety of different ways.

 

Milton Elite

5’7 ’23 Braylen McCain- The Milton Elite group struggled to get consistent contributions outside of McCain, who handled the ball, effortlessly created for others, and proved to be an efficient scorer from all three levels. McCain is smart, quick, and able to carry the offensive load by himself.

 

Fayetteville Flash

5’8 ’23 Joshua Smith- The guard prospect was among the main contributors for this Flash team. He handled the ball well and made smart decisions when creating scoring opportunities for himself and others. Smith was very important in crunch time and ultimately knocked down the go-ahead three-pointer as time expired.

 

Beach City Ballers

6’2 ’21 Rogelio Cooper- The strong-bodied post prospect brought a lot of intrigue with his physically-advanced frame and useful two-way skillset. He possesses excellent length and understands how to properly utilize it on both ends of the floor, altering shots, rebounding strong, and finishing through contact.

 

Save Sports Raiders

5’0 ’25 Li’Kim Leach- The point guard prospect possesses an impressive feel for the game, especially given his age. Leach is sharp and quick with the ball in his hands, which allows him to effortlessly get downhill and make plays within the paint. He is a crafty scorer and playmaker with phenomenal vision and the ability to make reads and play angles that other guards simply cannot.

 

Race City Flames

6’0 ’24 AJ Newton- The lone true post prospect for this team was Newton, a long, wiry big man with touch and quality instincts around the basket. He ran the floor well from end to end and did a great job of altering shots on defense. Newton utilized both hands nicely from the post.