#152 6’4 2019 Colin Radcliffe: Richlands High School (NC)
Radlciffe was absolutely unconscious in the first half, ringing in 23 points on 5/7 from deep, and he kept it up in the 2nd half, doing more work getting downhill and creating contact at the cup. He’s a no brainer scholarship level talent that should be a major priority for D2s looking for a high level wing to add to their 2019 class. He’s bouncy, can defend multiple positions, shoot it from 30 feet, and create for himself off the bounce. An early candidate for MVP.
#33 5’8 2021 Kabe Ellis: Andrews High School
Ellis is a highly competitive point guard prospect that plays the game with a high level of intensity on both ends of the court. He does a great job finding his guys in the open court, knocking shots down from the perimeter, and just bringing the toughness needed to stand out in a camp setting like this. He’s definitely a prospect to watch, and should see his role continue to expand on his high school team.
#72 5’8 2021 Kadyn Dawkins: Eastern Guilford High School (NC)
Dawkins is such a smooth operator at the point guard position, using his keen understanding of the game and ability to attack off the bounce to really stand out thus far. He’s extremely advanced in the pick and roll at this point, consistently making the right decision in those scenarios. His ability to shoot it from anywhere always opens up more opportunities to drive that Dawkins takes advantage of, I’m really excited to see his progression over the coming years, I completely expect him to start garnering attention from college coaches over the coming 18 months.
#160 6’5 2020 Kam Edwards: Liberty Heights Athletic Institute (NC)
Edwards was absolutely excellent in his first game of the day, scoring it from all three levels, but what he really excelled in is using his strength down low to get baskets. He’s known as a shooter, and he shot the ball pretty well from beyond the arc in this one, but he showed that he can do a lot of different things on the court and still be a productive piece. He’s a no question scholarship level kid that should attract some attentions from low majors as he continues to refine his game.
#163 6’6 2020 Collin Wilson: Burlington Christian Academy (NC)
Wilson is a prospect that I’m fairly familiar with and after a productive Junior Season at Burlington Christian Academy, he showed the ability to score within 15 feet at a high rate. He took advantages of mismatches on the block, and displayed some newfound confidence in his footwork down low. Wilson has the potential to be an impact rebounder on both ends of the court with his strong frame and length, as he continues to work on that aspect of his game, expect Wilson to attract attention from D2 and D3 coaches this summer.