6’4” 2019 Joseph Cherry-Blue
Team Premier 17s

Cherry-Blue consistently put out huge performances throughout the event, including an event high 37 in his final game of the event. Cherry-Blue is a long armed, wide shouldered guard who easily found the bucket, in every game. He played very hard and he showed the ability to defend as well as the toughness to rebound. Watch closely here, he has the frame and the consistent high-level production to take a serious look at, he averaged 25 points per game here.

 

6’4” 2020 Lemario “MJ” Wilkerson
NC Empire Go Hard 16s

Wilkerson continues his step up into stardom. It started with his MVP performance at the NC Phenom 150 Spring Exposure Camp and has continued to now. Each time out, he brings “it”. Wilkerson has touch and confidence in his jump shot. He plays with a great pace, and can show to be a good secondary ball handler. He is explosive at the rim and he has upside as a defender. Everything is in place for the offers to start coming in July.

 

5’11” 2020 Landon Sutton
Hoop State Elite 17s

Sutton, throughout April, has had incredible production in his game. The point guard has shown the ability to get into the paint and to finish at 3-levels. Sutton has always been a 3-point shooter to be feared, but it is his ability to touch the paint and make plays that is going to get him recruited. His recruitment will be very interesting come July, but rest assured coaches will be watching him.

 

6’6” 2020 Chase Mebane
Mid State Magic 17s

Mebane has a big, lengthy frame, one that stands out when he walks onto the floor. Mebane has a great feel for the game, he moves well off the ball and has an innate feel to where he needs to be. Mebane handled the ball well in the half court and showed to be a very good area rebounder. He seemed to finish everything around the basket. Mebane finished averaging 21 points and 11 rebounds per game. Only a 2020 prospect, Mebane is one D1 schools should watch in July.

 

6’4” 2019 Darius Allen
Tennessee Prospects (TN) 17s

Allen can flat out shoot the rock. The lefty just looks the part. He has a good feel and he has a quick release with touch and range on his jump shot. Allen was able to find his spots quickly and always seemed ready to catch and shoot it. He averaged 23 points per game in this event and we are excited to watch him in July, his size, length and shooting ability will open D1 coaches eyes wide.