The college coaches showed up and the players showed out. With over 125 coaches in the gym, standing 3 and 4 deep in parts of the gym, players performed at a high rate.

This was just night one, we have four more nights to go. Here are some storylines from the first four game sets…

Head Coach Watch
Steve Wojciechowski (Marquette)
Brad Brownell (Clemson)
Kelvin Sampson (Houston)
Mike Morrell (UNC-Asheville)
Wes Miller (UNC-Greensboro)
Dan Earl (VMI)

The Caleb Mills Show

In front of 120-150 coaches Caleb Mills showed out. He finished the first game with 29 points and the second one with 32. He showed the ability to score the ball at every level and even had some high major guys on the sidelines talking about him being a Top 50 type of prospect.

The efficiency in Mills game is what has taken him to a new level. He has the ball on a string and is able to get anywhere on the floor that he wants. His skill set translates and as he adds weight he is one who will end up as an all-league type. He picked up a Marquette offer today as more will be on the way.

Team Felton is Incredibly Recruitable

Obviously Greg Gantt is the one that brings the coaches. He is ranked as a Top 50 prospect and is an elite level prospect, especially on the defensive end and on the boards. He guards across the board and is down to a final 9 schools.

However, the talent certainly does not end there. 6’9” 2019 Emmanuel Izuanbor is a high level big man who does big guy things. He is a rim protector and a strong 2-handed rebounder. His most impressive thing he did also was run the floor. Numerous times he would grab the rebound and then be the first one down the floor.

Jackson Gammons should pick up numerous D1 offers as well as Jayvis Harvey. Both are able to create for themselves as well as others. Expect 2020 Ricky Council to start picking up mid to high level offers. No one plays harder than 6’5” Williams Onyeodi, he made shots tonight well.

College coaches should love this team, at all levels there are players for everyone.

So is Team Charlotte

Every player on this team has Division 1 offers. They play so hard they play as a team and they all defend. Without question every low to mid major school throughout the region should be watching this team play. In tonight’s game 6’3” Chico Carter Jr looked like he was pushing to be a high major player. Always aggressive and composed, he made his shots with touch and defended.

Myles Pierre is always as tough as they come, stone cold on both ends. Nas Tyson and AJ McKee both defend and make shots. TJ Bickerstaff is incredibly intriguing as a combo forward and Deangelo Epps is criminally under recruited. The playmaking wing defends on the block with this team, he is incredibly switchable at the next level. Look for a major recruitment boost.