Harry Morrice (2019, 6’11): a surprising big that plays smart on the floor and isn’t afraid to showcase his surprising athletic ability to finish with two hands around the rim.
Jaylon Gibson (6’11, 2020): The young but big prospect has a tremendous wingspan and uses that in his favor. He knows how to post up and use his length to his advantage, powering his way to the rim as well as being a solid shot blocker. He also communicates really well on the floor and constantly moves. Getting stronger will be key but he also surprised us with his ability to spread the floor and shoot the outside jumper.
Javerzia Belton (2019, 6’8): powerful, strong forward that makes space on the floor. He may be a little slower with his post moves but with his strength and power, he has no issue on bodying up defenders and finishing at the rim.
Josh Hall (2019, 6’9): always an intriguing prospect with his ability to stretch the floor with his outside jumper but continues to improve at attacking the rim and using his length, which many opponents have trouble stopping. He looks like he has gained some strength and size as well, which only helps his game.
Gabe Wiznitzer (2021, 6’10): just a big body forward that shows signs that he could be a high major type post player. He takes up size but moves well on the floor and in the paint. Really liked his back-to-the-basket moves and using both hands to finish at the rim. Still a young many and developing his game, but he has the tools to be a presence down in the paint.
AJ Smith (2021, 6’4): Smith has all the intangibles to be a Top-100 player in the state of North Carolina. He likes to play physical and works his best when he attacks the paint. Was able to display his springs as well with a two-handed throw down. Really loved hisPh