#3 5’0 2024 Zehren Hilton (Charlotte NC)

Hilton was the youngest in attendance and during his 1st game he put on a show. He wasn’t scared of the moment made the right passes got to the lane and finished over much taller defenders. He brought the house down with his two back to back 3 pointers from the volley ball line.

#117 6’2 2021 Adonijah Whitley (Greensboro NC)

Athletic wing who was able to get out in transition to get easy points. Whitley showcased his mid-range ability throughout the morning as well as 3-point range.

#33 5’7 2021 Kabe Ellis (Andrews NC)

Ellis is very quick and excelled at penetrating and finishing with floaters or drawing contact. Ellis is a fun player to watch he plays with a high level of confidence and should be considered one of the better players in the NC 2021 class.

#40 5’8 2019 Jarick Yon (Fuquay-Varina)

Yon is very quick and was able to get to the basket when he wanted. Yon was looking to make plays for his teammates but when left open he showcased a very reliable jump shot and was a dog on the defensive end of the court.

#123 6’2 2021 Justin Bell (Clayton NC)

Strong bodied guard who was always looking to attack the basket. Really fought on the defensive end and the boards. Bell was one of the better defenders I saw on the day.

#155 6’4 2021 Kamell Smith (Burlington NC)

Smith is a very athletic wing once he gets downhill is hard to contain. Kamell showed he can guard smaller quicker guards and even protected the rim with 2 blocks during the game. Smith is one of the more underappreciated wings in 2021.

#144 6’3 2022 Nolan Hodge (Greensboro NC)

Hodge has a calm demeanor about him he makes plays and just goes about his business, never gets to high or to low. Hodge displayed good shot mechanics once realize how good he can be the state better watch out.

#114 6’1 2022 Manny Elliot (Greensboro NC)

Elliot owned the glass and played the point guard role for this team setting his teammates up for easy buckets. Elliot also defended at a high level, but I was impressed with him being so vocal in a camp setting.

#54 5’8 2022 Quentin Rice (Morganton)

Mr. Rice has the goods he is jet quick with some dog in him on the defensive end of the court. Rice has a good understanding for floor spacing and plays with good pace. To be on the smaller side he was able to create space and get a couple long 3 pointers off.

#92 5’11 2021 DJ Cuttino (Charlotte)

Cuttino is known to have a deep range on his jump shot but today he didn’t rely on it. Cuttino used his speed and tight ball handling to get to the rim with ease. DJ puts you in the mode of someone you would call a microwave scorer because he can heat up quick.