6’7, 2022, Kheni Briggs (CP3 2022)
Briggs is an absolute man child compared to his peers, at 6’7 Briggs is already a skilled wing.
Briggs plays in the paint for CP3 due to his length and size; Briggs is an explosive finisher down low, he looks to finish strong through contact every time, Briggs also showed confidence handling the rock in the open floor. Briggs possess the ball skills to play on the perimeter as well which will be his natural position down the road, Briggs can create off the dribble and spot up from deep. Nationally there aren’t many rising freshman with this level of upside.
Briggs will be counted on to protect the rim as well when this group goes into the NYBL Made Hoops finale.
5’11, 2020, Walker Posey (Cap City)
Posey held tough against some of the top back courts in attendance, his court vision and play making abilities were a bright spot.
Posey has the skills to succeed in the pick N roll; he’s got the decision making and passing ability to find the open man, Posey can knock it down from deep as well, Posey is smart with the ball but did get flustered under pressure at times. Effort will never be an issue Posey will compete till the absolute end.
5’9, 2021, AJ Thompson (Palmetto Hurricanes)
Thompson was one of the top scoring guards present all weekend, in the Canes second game he poured in a 30 piece.
Thompson is a smaller guard but his game is big time to say the least, Thompson scores the rock with ease he’s silky smooth off the dribble, at this stage Thompson has a reliable step back and big time range. Thompson’s quick trigger doesn’t need much space to squeeze a shot off.Thompson can make tough shots, he’s an adept passer and Thompson is tough.
The kid plays with a serious chip on his shoulder.
6’5, 2020, Ja Harvey (Loaded NC 16u)
Harvey was one of the most versatile defenders present on the day, he’s got the length and tenacity to guard four positions.
At 6’5 Harvey is capable of matching up on guards or bigger wings, he’s got a long wingspan and Harvey gets good lift on closeouts and contested shots. Harvey never gives up on a play he will do the dirty work, he grabs rebounds and blocks shots help side effortlessly. Offensively Harvey is a gifted slasher and he embraces contact at the cup, he’s creative in the lane and Harvey will stretch defenses with his range from deep.
Harvey is a guy that could be in store for a big July Live Period.