#57 6’3 2019 Brevin Goodlett: North Rowan High School
Goodlett left an early impression with his high tenacity on the defensive end, with his willingness to get downhill and attack smaller defenders. He’s a versatile, scholarship level wing guard that consistently has a positive impact at both ends of the floor. He finishes through contact at the rim, Defensively, he’s extremely active, using his lateral quickness to make life difficult for the opposition. He was a key piece on a really dominant North Rowan team that lost in the 1A West Final. The kid’s a bonafide winner and would be an asset to most D2 Programs.
#29 6’0 2019 Isaiah Cassell: Western Guilford High School
Cassell did an excellent job using his strength to finish through contact in this one, as well as doing a great job leading a team with his ability to be vocal. He found a way to consistently create offense off the bounce, whether it was in transition or the half court. He showcased his ability to shoot the 3 ball, and kept the defense honest with his perimeter game. He’s a bonafide next level prospect that should have regional D3s in need of backcourt help watching closely.
#40 6’3 2019 Jaylen Prioleau: Piedmont Community School
Prioleau did an excellent job forcing the opposition to turn the ball over, leading to a lot of easy transition buckets for his team. He found a way to consistently create offense in the half-court as well, doing a great job attacking off of ball screens, and making good decisions in those situations. Positionally, he’s kind of a tweener, but he continues to play the game with high level of productivity and intensity, ensuring the fact that no matter where he is on the floor, he has a positive impact.
#75 6’7 2022 Jake McTaggart: Hayesville High School
McTaggart is a really interesting prospect due to his size, understanding of the game, fluidity, and effort. He has a bevy of tools to work with as he continues to develop his consistency from the perimeter, and touch around the basket. The fact that he is comfortable creating off the bounce from the perimeter, and stepping into his jump shot off the bounce is really encouraging. Definitely a prospect to keep a close eye on in the years ahead.
#36 6’1 2019 George Jones: Pamlico High School
Jones did an excellent job in this one really attacking and getting to the rim due to his supreme strength and body control. His intangibles are sensational, his ability to create chemistry with his teammates is invaluable and will translate to whatever level of basketball Jones plays in the future. He’s a creative around the rim, capable of finishing in traffic and defensively, he’s capable of guarding multiple positions due to his strength