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2018 Player Evaluations from Exposure Camps

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Tennessee Jr. Phenom (September 16th, 2018)

NC Phenom 150 Session 2 (March 18, 2018)

Team 1

No. 51 5’2” 2023 Paston Bush of Welborne Middle (High Point, NC)
Bush handles the ball well and has good looking form on his jump shot. He took well to the coaching that was giving throughout the day, both in the drills and the games. Bush showed good range on his jump shot and finished well in the paint. Bush’s camp coach stated, “Paston is a good player and he can become a tough cover in the years to come.”

 

 

 

 

No. 76 5’10” 2021 Jordan Nelson of Hickory Grove Christian (Charlotte, NC)
Nelson is a tough and scrappy kid. He understood team play very well, even within the camp setting. Nelson displayed good ball handling skills to go with his quickness and footwork. His camp coach stated, “Jordan plays hard and is aggressive downhill every possession. He is a smart player and has very good court awareness.”

 

 

 

 

No. 77 5’10” 2020 Steven Riley Jr. of Ravenscroft School (Raleigh, NC)
Riley came into camp with a great attitude and gave great effort throughout the event. He has the foot speed and hand quickness to become a defensive stopper. He showed the ability to attack off the dribble or bury the long-range jump shot. Riley’s camp coach stated, “Steven has a very high basketball IQ. He is outstanding with the ball on the break and is a good rebounder for his size and position.”

 

 

 

 

No. 100 6’ 2021 Stephon Richards of East Mecklenburg High School (Charlotte, NC)
Richards came into camp displaying a high basketball IQ and played very well within the team concept. He is a smooth shooting lefty who plays both ends of the court. Richards handles the ball very well and showed a nice mid-range game. Richards camp coach stated, “Stephon has all the tools to be a high-volume scorer as he has all the skills and a nice IQ.”

 

 

 

 

No. 101 6’1” 2021 Jamarien Dalton of North Davidson High School (Lexington, NC)
Dalton has all the ability and the toughness to be a defensive stopper. He is able to guard multiple positions. Dalton gives great effort and had a great attitude throughout the day. Dalton’s camp coach stated, “Jamarien is able to score at the basket or from range. He has a high basketball IQ and plays very hard on both ends of the floor. Very good rebounder.”

 

 

 

 

No. 124 6’3” 2020 Jaydon Hall of Northeast Guilford High School (Gibsonville, NC)
Hall has a high motor that never stops, he gives non-stop effort throughout. Hall showed the ability to score from beyond the arc as well as finish strong at the rim. He ran the court very well. Hall’s camp coach stated, “Jaydon is a utility player on both ends. He is a shut down defender who can score the ball. Great teammate.”

 

 

 

 

No. 125 6’3” 2020 Joenathan Tre Henderson of Wade Hampton High School (Greenville, SC)

Henderson has a nice shot that extends beyond the arc, great form and range. He played very well, even in camp, within the team concept. He has good footwork to go along with quickness and court awareness. Henderson moved well without the ball and got to his spots quickly. Henderson’s camp coach stated, “Tre has a nice shot with great range and shot the ball very well throughout the day.”

 

 

 

 

No. 148 6’5” 2019 Regin Larson of Hickory Grove Christian (Charlotte, NC)
Larson is a hard worker who leads by example and gave great effort throughout the event. He plays tough defense with great anticipation and toughness. He is excellent in catch and shoot situations as well as a spot up shooter. Larson’s camp coach stated, “Regin put the ball on the floor and attacked the basket. He is a very good rebounder and has a high motor. Plays hard on both ends of the floor from start to finish.”

 

 

 

 

No. 149 6’5” 2019 RJ Yokley of North Davidson High School (Winston-Salem, NC)
Yokley is an outstanding shot blocker and has excellent timing. He has good range on his jump shot, especially when his feet are set. He is able to play with his back to the basket as well as face up. Yokley’s camp coach stated, “RJ is a match up problem, he plays very hard and runs the floor like a guard. He is also a top defender.”

 

 

 

Team 2

No. 52 5’5” 2023 Casian Richard of Walkertown Middle School (Winston Salem, NC)
Richard is a pure point guard who despite the young age exudes leadership qualities. He has a solid handle with the ability to score at multiple levels. He also has great vision and sees plays one step ahead of when they happen. Richard’s camp coach stated, “Casian was a pleasure to coach. I loved his competitive spirit and toughness. He has a great IQ and is a natural leader both on and off the court.”

 

 

 

 

No. 75 5’10” 2021 Jesse Taylor of East Mecklenburg High School (Charlotte, NC)
Taylor is a very well-rounded player, solid in all aspects of the game. He shot the ball well from multiple levels and showed good quickness and court awareness with the ability to dribble both ways. Taylor’s camp coach stated, “Jesse is a very unselfish player. He plays hard and has a good attitude and IQ. Very solid all the way around.”

 

 

 

 

No. 78 5’10” 2019 Tanner Wilson of North Davidson High School (Lexington, NC)
Wilson displayed a high basketball IQ during camp. He was a skilled scorer, showing deep range off the catch and the ability to finish on the break. Wilson has a quick release on his jump shot, with great mechanics. Wilson’s camp coach stated, “Tanner is a knock down shooter and a solid ball handler. He worked very hard and hustled throughout camp.”

 

 

 

 

No. 99 6’ 2021 Kylon Lewis of Thomas Dale High School (South Chesterville, VA)
Lewis came into camp with a great attitude. He showed a great concept of “team basketball”, especially in a camp setting and he really took well to the coaching provided both in the drills and game portions of the camp. Lewis’ camp coach stated, “Kylon is a very good young man who had a great attitude and showed a high basketball IQ.”

 

 

 

 

No. 102 6’1” Unsigned Senior Jaron Lewis of Kinston High School (Kinston, NC)
Lewis came into camp on a mission and he proved to be one of the better scorers in camp. He has a good shot, with great mechanics and a quick release. Lewis’ camp coach stated, “Jaron is a good shooter and a very good scorer. He plays with a high motor, plays hard at all times. He has a great attitude, very positive.”

 

 

 

 

No. 123 6’3” 2020 Jaheim McCathern of Newton Conover High School (Newton, NC)
McCathern came into camp and showcased a good basketball IQ to go with a leadership attitude. He is an excellent shooter with deep range off catch and shoot situations. He moved well off the ball. McCathern’s camp coach stated, “Jaheim is very team oriented and a very well-polished offensive player. He has a great attitude and was a pleasure to coach.”

 

 

 

 

No. 126 6’3” 20219 Jordann Baker of Riverside High School (Durham, NC)
Baker came into camp and gave great effort from start to finish. He is a very opportunistic player on the court with a nose for the basketball and the effort to get to the majority of 50/50 balls. Baker’s camp coach stated, “Jordann was a joy to coach. He has a good basketball IQ and an awesome attitude. He moved well off the ball, and got to his open spots.

 

 

 

 

No. 147 6’6” 2020 Chase Mebane of River Mill Academy (Burlington, NC)
Mebane understood the team concept, even within the camp setting. He is a very unselfish player, showing great court awareness and vision. He was able to guard multiple positions on the floor with length and anticipation. Mebane’s camp coach stated, “Chase is very team oriented and played with a high motor and excellent attitude. He’s an absolute next level prospect.”

 

 

 

 

No. 150 6’5” 2020 Mitchell Sykes of Parkwood High School (Monroe, NC)
Sykes came into camp showing a great attitude and a non-stop motor that ran from start to finish. He showed the ability to guard post players very well and had great basketball instincts and a high IQ on the defensive end. He finished well around the rim and moved well without the ball. Sykes camp coach stated, “Mitchell was good on the boards and a very hard worker.”

 

 

Team 3

 

No. 53 5’5” 2021 Roger Paschall of Seventy-First High School (Fayetteville, NC)
Paschall came into camp with a great attitude throughout the day. He was a very hard worker and listened well to the coach which isn’t a surprise as he acted as a coach on the floor with his decision making. Paschall’s camp coach stated, “Roger is a very good team player. He is very coachable and took criticism very well. He made our team better with his decision making ability.”

 

 

 

No. 74 5’10” 2019 Jadon Moore of West Ashley High School (North Charleston, SC)
Moore gave great effort from the starting of camp to the very end whistle. He shot the ball well at all levels and was able to touch the paint, off the bounce, often. Moore’s camp coach stated, “Jadon is going to be a very good player. He has great vision and can score from inside and out. He plays harder than the guy guarding him.”

 

 

 

No. 79 5’10” 2021 Trey Kennedy of Newton Conover High School (Newton, NC)
Kennedy displayed a high basketball IQ and he had a good concept of team play throughout camp. Kennedy has a great first step and quickness with a nice court sense to get into the paint. Kennedy’s camp coach stated, “Trey has great quickness and is able to blow by people with ease. Still young he plays very hard and with a great pace.”

 

 

 

No. 98 6’ Unsigned Senior Issiah McLean of South Granville High School (Creedmoor, NC)
McLean was awarded the Mr. Playmaker award for this camp. He has the unique ability to do everything on the floor and make his entire team better without having to score a point. McLean is a good athlete, has great length and he commands the floor. McLean’s camp coach stated, “From the start of the day, Issiah naturally stepped into a captain’s type role. He has great vision and can defend even the best of guards. Made the entire team better.”

 

 

 

No. 103 6’1” 2020 Keith Zion Bruster of Hillcrest High School (Simpsonville, SC)
Bruster came into camp with a great attitude and really took well to the coaching provided both in station work and during the games. He is a good shooter when his feet are set and has a quick release with great confidence and range. Bruster’s camp coach stated, “Keith is a great team player, very positive and a good set shooter with range.”

 

 

 

No. 122 6’3” 2020 Carson Lomax of Northern Guilford High School (Greensboro, NC)
Lomax showed a great basketball IQ and in-game intelligence. He shot the ball well at all levels, showing a quick release and touch. Lomax’s camp coach stated, “Carson is a great team player as he plays hard for the entire game. He will give up a good shot for himself for his teammate to have a great shot. Good shooter and moved the ball very well.”

 

 

 

No. 127 6’4” 2020 JVian McCray of West Brunswick High School (Ash, NC)
McCray won the Mr. Hustle award for the camp. He is very strong on the block with great hands and good feet and explosion around the basket. He was a good rebounder and finished very well in the paint. McCray’s camp coach stated, “JVian has good foot work for a big. He has soft hands and shared the ball very well. JVian was great in the post and had very good hops. Aggressive.”

 

 

 

No. 146 6’6” 2019 Cameron Phroneburger of Union Academy (Monroe, NC)
Phroneburger rebounded the ball very well and had a high IQ moving off the ball, finishing well around the basket. He was a good teammate and gave great effort throughout the day. Phroneburger has a very lengthy and explosive frame. His camp coach stated, “Cameron plays with great pace. He is able to guard multiple positions. Cameron is a great finisher and the break and he is able to take you off the bounce.”

 

 

 

No. 151 6’7” 2019 Latrell Marshall of Fort Dorchester High School (North Charleston, SC)
Marshall passed the look test walking onto the floor with long arms and broad shoulders. He proved to be a strong, 2-handed rebounder and athletic, finishing above the rim. Marshall’s camp coach stated, “Latrell is great from the block and he can rebound and finish. He works hard on the offensive glass and is a good defensive area rebounder. He has good foot work on the block.”

 

 

 

 

No. 164 6’1” 2021 Levar Strange of Morehead High School (Eden, NC)
Strange came into camp with a great attitude as he did a great job listening and applying the coaching provided. He finished well in the paint as he moved well off the ball. Strange’s camp coach stated, “Levar plays hard every play. He has a great frame and I am excited to watch him progress as he has the potential to be a very good player.”

 

 

Team 4

 

No. 54 5’6” 2021 Alex Neal of Grimsley High School (Greensboro, NC)
Neal came into camp with a great attitude and showed a good motor throughout the day. He took well to the coaching provided, listening intently. As he got more comfortable throughout the day, his game started to showcase more and more. Neal’s camp coach stated, “Alex is a great teammate and is willing to help his teammates get better. He plays both ends of the floor very hard.

 

 

No. 73 5’10” 2023 Darius Caldwell of Northern Guilford High School (Greensboro, NC)
Caldwell is a player who, despite his age, can tell he just wants to get better. He is a vocal player who is very unselfish. He shared the ball well and understands his role and how that plays into what the team is attempting to do. Caldwell’s camp coach stated, “Darius is a very unselfish player and a great teammate. He has a thirst of wanting to always improve. A student of the game.”

 

 

No. 80 5’11” 2020 Arrington Jones of Atkins Academy (Winston Salem, NC)
Jones came into camp with a great attitude he has good speed and quickness which he shows off on both ends of the floor. He touched the paint often and he was an aggressive on the ball defender with good hands. Jones’ camp coach stated, “Arrington has the natural quickness to be very good. He showed some ability to take over a game, when he finds that consistency he could be very good.”

 

No. 104 6’1” 2021 Nathan Cassidy of Randleman High School (Randleman, NC)
Cassidy had a great attitude during camp, was a great teammate. He is a very fundamentally sound player and he understands his role on the floor. He was good in catch and shoot situations and showcased good shooting mechanics on his jump shot. Cassidy’s camp coach stated, “Nathan has the talent to end up as a scholarship level player. As he continues to grow in his confidence watch his game blossom.”

 

No. 121 6’3” Unsigned Senior Austin Hadden of Hickory Grove Christian (Charlotte, NC)
Hadden had a great attitude and really took well to the coaching provided during camp. He has very distinct abilities on both ends of the floor. Hadden showed the ability to create space for his jump shot or get to the rim. Hadden’s camp coach stated, “Austin handles the ball well with both hands and he shot the ball at a high level.”

 

 

 

No. 128 6’4” 2020 Lemario Wilkerson Jr of Southern Durham High School (Durham, NC)
Wilkerson was awarded Mr. 150 as the top performer in the camp. He has good length and is very explosive at the rim. Wilkerson plays with a great pace and showed range on his jump shot and the ability to handle the ball in the open floor. Wilkerson’s camp coach stated, “Lemario is a very good player, he can shoot with range, handle the ball with both ends and is very consistent. He is a team player and is very strong when he attacks the basket.”

 

 

No. 145 6’4” 2020 Howard Banks of Northeast Guilford High School (Greensboro, NC)
Banks came into camp with a great attitude and showed that he wanted to get better each step of the way. He moved well without the ball and displayed solid quickness on both ends of the floor. Banks’ camp coach stated, “Howard has talent and when he showed confidence as the day went on he was able to show off his skills. He is still young and has good tools when he is aggressive. Will track.”

 

 

No. 152 6’6” 2019 Caleb Gilbert of West Brunswick High School (Lonwood, NC)
Gilbert came into camp with a great attitude, listened very well and showed the ability to immediately implement that instruction into the game. He is a very good teammate, playing within his role and doing the tough guy stuff that helps team win. Gilbert’s camp coach stated, “Caleb is a very coachable player and works hard to get better. He has a high motor and a great attitude toward his teammates. A very good defender who uses both hands around the basket.”

 

 

No. 161 7’ 2019 Nikola Vuksanovic of Rabun Gap School (Rabun Gap, GA)
Vuksanovic came into camp with a great attitude and really took well to the coaching provided. He is very big and he plays very big, staying within himself. He is a good passer and rebounded his area well. Vuksanovic’s camp coach stated, “Nikola is a great person. He plays hard and is a great motivator for his teammates. He showed great leadership and solid post moves with touch and good hands.”

 

 

Team 5

 

No. 55 5’6” 2022 Isaiah Smith of Southwest Guilford High School (High Point, NC)
Smith came into with a great attitude and gave great effort throughout. He displayed good shooting mechanics. He plays hard and has a great handle and is a very good on the ball defender. Smith’s camp coach stated, “Isaiah has the potential to be very good. He held his own against players 3 and 4 years older. He is a very unselfish player.”

 

 

No. 72 5’10” 2019 Alex Younts of West Brunswick High School (Supply, NC)
Younts took well to coaching and had a great understanding of team play. He is a good point guard and has a natural feel for the game, high basketball IQ. Younts is a vocal leader and plays very hard. Has a nice jump shot. Younts camp coach stated, “Alex has a high IQ, he creates well for himself and others. Sometimes he can be too unselfish.”

 

 

No. 81 5’11” 2019 Banks Handy of Greensboro Day School (Greensboro, NC)
Handy carried a good basketball IQ to go along with a nice skill set. He plays the game with great energy, on both ends. He scored both from beyond the arc and at the rim with an efficient handle. Handy’s camp coach stated, “I love Banks’ passion for the game. He shot the ball well and can also finish at the rim.”

 

 

No. 96 6’ 2019 Dharyus Thomas of Southwest High School (Jacksonville, NC)
Thomas is a very good athlete who gives great effort on both ends of the floor. He showed the ability to get downhill from the wing and he finished well in the paint and at the rim. Thomas’ camp coach stated, “Dharyus is very athletic and plays very hard. He is able to finish well at the rim and he shot the mid-range pull up well.”

 

 

No. 120 6’2” 2020 Tyric Herbin of Northesast Guilford (Greensboro, NC)
Herbin plays hard on both ends of the floor. He has a knack for getting offensive rebounds, despite his size. He finishes well when he attacks the basket, showing the ability to get all the way to the rim with strength and explosion. Herbin’s camp coach stated, “Tyric plays so hard, he gave excellent effort on both ends of the floor, throughout the day.”

 

 

No. 129 6’3” 2021 Logan Higgins of Mountain Heritage High School (Burnsville, NC)
Higgins, only a freshman, had a great showing in this event, even playing against players two and three years older. He played very hard on both ends of the floor and finished the ball very well around the basket. Higgins’ camp coach stated, “Logan has a nice jump shot that extends well beyond the 3-piint line. He is very unselfish and carries a lot of potential.”

 

 

 

No. 144 6’4” 2021 Ziair Parker of Seventy-First High School (Fayetteville, NC)
Parker came into camp with a great attitude and gave great effort throughout the camp. He rebounded the ball very well and even showed toughness on the block, with the ball in his hands. Parker’s camp coach stated, “Ziair played so hard on both ends of the floor. He rebounded the ball well and has great hands and good feet once he catches the ball on the block.”

 

 

 

No. 153 6’7” 2020 Trey Pittman of Greenfield School (Wilson, NC)
Pittman comes into camp with a great frame and an expanded skill set, especially for his size. He shot the ball extremely well, with great touch and deep range. He took well to coaching and gave great effort. Pittman’s camp coach stated, “Trey played very well offensively and can finish well around the basket. His range goes beyond the 3-point line and rebounded the ball well.”

 

 

 

No. 165 6’11” 2019 Julian Steinfield of Grace Christian (Sanford, NC)
Steinfield is a very skilled player who has great length and is a very good run and jump athlete. He is a high IQ big man and has nice touch, which extends out to the 3-point line. Steinfield rebounded the ball well and he has good timing both blocking and effecting shots, under controlled. Steinfield’s camp coach stated, “Julian has a great frame and he is a good athlete and runs the floor like a gazelle. He is a good prospect with very high potential.”

 

Team 6

 

No. 56 5’6” 2020 Sheldon Grant of Fort Dorchester High School (North Charleston, SC)
Grant is a smaller player, but plays the game so much bigger than his size. He has good court vision and distributes the ball well from all angles. He did a good job of getting to his spots and getting his shot off and showed good form on his jump shot. Grant’s camp coach stated, “Sheldon is a very good lead guard and he will only get better as he gets older. He was a joy to watch today.”

 

 

No. 71 5’9” 2020 Tyler Cox of CE Jordan High School (Durham, NC)
Cox was very active all day, even against larger players. He used his skills to create opportunities for himself and his teammates. He showed a quick release and good shooting mechanics. Cox moved well without the ball and really understood, and thrived, within the team concept. Cox’s camp coach stated, “Tyler had a good camp with a great attitude and showcased a good skill set.”

 

No. 82 5’11” Unsigned Senior Daimon Rawlinson of North Raleigh Christian (Raleigh, NC)
Rawlinson was in “go mode” all day, a speed that many people do not have. He pushed the ball when needed and was able to slow it down when the game called for it. He was able to get to the rim at will as he used an aggressive dribble and a quick first step. Rawlinson used his quick hands to get steals and never game up on loose balls. Rawlinson’s camp coach stated, “Daimon played with a motor and toughness you don’t see much these days. He defended the ball well in the open floor, got into the paint often and rebounded the ball well all day.”

 

No. 95 6’ 2020 Davis Grooms of Lincolnton High School (Lincolnton, NC)
Grooms has all the tools of a proficient point guard. He is a pass first, team-first type player. His overall basketball IQ is the best part of his game. He is very coachable and able to find guys in transition and in the half court. Grooms’ camp coach stated, “Davis pass first skill set is extremely rare. He has a great shot selection and was a pleasure to coach.”

 

 

No. 106 6’1” 2019 Sabien Nero of West Florence High School (Florence, NC)
Nero gave great effort throughout camp and had a great attitude, understanding team play. He was a blur with the ball in his hands and he moved the ball well, showing great vision. Nero finished well at the rim as he got into the paint often. He knows how to use his body to absorb contact. He also showed good range on his jump shot. Nero’s camp coach stated, “What more can I say, Sabien was MVP of Team 6. He outran, outworked and outhustled guys all day.”

 

No. 119 6’2” 2019 Tyler Hammonds of Trinity High School (Archdale, NC)
Hammonds did a little bit of everything for his team. He rebounded the ball well, showed good vision, made shots and he played great defense. Hammonds showcased great shot mechanics with a good release and follow through. Hammonds’ camp coach stated, “I really liked Tyler’s unselfishness. He finished well at the basket and showed touch from beyond the arc. He has a high motor and is a tough kid. A winner.”

 

No. 130 6’3” Unsigned Senior Marquez Farmer of CB Aycock High School (Freemont, NC)
Farmer came into camp with a great attitude and gave a good effort on both ends of the floor. He showed the ability to use his large frame to simply overpower opponents. He has soft hands and equally soft touch at, and around, the basket. Farmer boxed out well and showed good post footwork. Farmer’s camp coach stated, “Marquez rebounded well, even over larger players because of his toughness and ability to box out. He did great in the drills and stations.”

 

No. 143 6’4” 2019 Thunder Levi of Trinity High School (Archdale, NC)
Levi showed the confidence and ability to score the ball at all levels. He came into camp with a great attitude and picture-perfect form on his jump shot. He displayed deep range and he also rebounded the ball well from his position. Levi’s camp coach stated, “Thunder showed the ability to score the ball, comfortably, both inside and out. I was pleased with his effort today and am excited to see the progress he makes from now until next season.”

 

No. 154 6’6” Unsigned Senior Wade Willis of High Point Central High School (High Point, NC)
Willis has great hands and a soft touch and he knows how to use his body to get good position. He runs the floor well and gets open in the break. Willis was used well as a high post, low block, short corner type big as he had nice mid-range touch and solid back to the basket moves. Willis’ camp coach stated, “Wade has the ability to play at the next level, I know a college will see him and want to give him a chance to prove his worth.”

 

 

Team 7

 

No. 57 5’8” 2020 Jacob Brown of West Wilkes High School (Millers Creek, NC)
Brown was a very quick guard who showed the ability to touch the paint often. He finished well with a quick release and the ability to get his shot off the bounce. Brown gave great effort, on both ends, throughout the day. Brown’s camp coach stated, “Jacob is a very good defender. He had a lot of steals and deflections guarding the ball in the open floor. Very fast.”

 

 

 

No. 70 5’9” 2020 Myron Poindexter of CB Aycock High School (Goldsboro, NC)
Poindexter showed an ability to touch the paint often with his quickness. He finished well in the paint and displayed a high basketball IQ running a team. He has good range on his 3-point jump shot and showcased a quick release. Poindexter’s camp coach stated, “Myron plays with a good motor and is a very good finisher/shooter. He is fast, but controlled, and plays hard with a high motor and good court vision.”

 

 

 

No. 83 6’ 2019 Jahrique Isaiah of Loris High School (Longs, SC)
Isaiah is a tough kid, he rebounded the ball very well and gave great effort on defense. He came into camp with a great attitude throughout the day. He showcased a high basketball IQ and finished well in the lane. Isaiah’s camp coach stated, “Jahrique is a good defender and rebounder. He hustled well and played with high-energy on both ends. A next level player.”

 

 

 

No. 94 6’ 2022 Christopher Lawson of Margaret B Pollard Middle School (Pittsboro, NC)
Lawson was very good in catch and shoot situations, getting his feet set. He gave good effort on both ends of the floor and showed a good understanding of team play. Lawson’s camp coach stated, “Christopher is a very coachable kid. He is good in catch and shoot situations and plays defense well. Impressed with his communication on defense.”

 

 

No. 107 6’1” 2020 Solomon Todd of Asheville High School (Hendersonville, NC)
Todd gave a good effort, on both ends of the floor, throughout the day. He was able to touch the paint often where he finished consistently well at the rim. Todd’s camp coach stated, “Solomon pushes the ball well and he sees the floor. He was explosive to the rim and a player. Possesses good ball handling skills.”

 

 

No. 118 6’2” 2019 Trevon Bell of Freedom Christian (Fayetteville, NC)
Bell is a supreme athlete and is very strong. He seemed to enjoy doing the tough guy stuff, rebounding, defending, etc…He came into camp with a great attitude and really took well to the coaching provided in the stations and game settings. Bell’s camp coach stated, “Trevon is a very coachable kid, he always responded with a smile. He sees the floor well and he gets to the rim with a purpose.”

 

 

No. 131 6’3” 2020 Matthew Martinez of Newton Conover High School (Newton, NC)
Martinez was really good in catch and shoot situations. He had a nice 3-point shot and showed a good IQ moving without the ball. He had a great attitude throughout camp and played well within the team concept provided. Martinez’ camp coach stated, “Matthew is a good wing who shoots the ball well. He has a very positive attitude and talked well on defense. He ran the floor well.”

 

 

 

No. 142 6’4” 2020 Lucas Jenkins of Mountain Heritage High School (Bakersville, NC)
Jenkins is a strong kid who has a great attitude and good size. He showed the ability to finish well with good footwork and he rebounded his area well. Jenkins’ camp coach stated, “Lucas is a great kid, great teammate and he works very hard throughout a game. He moves well without the ball and has excellent footwork. Good rebounder and great teammate.”

 

 

 

No. 155 6’8” 2018 Andrew Cox of Walhalla High School (Walhalla, SC)
Cox has great size with good hands, length and touch. He shot the ball well from behind the arc and showed a smooth, effortless release with range. Cox finished well at the rim and rebounded his area very well. Cox’s camp coach stated, “Andrew came into this camp motivated. He is a good rebounder and has great footwork. He was “wet” from behind the arc.”

 

 

No. 166 6’2” 2019 Antonio Dupree of Gray’s Creek High School (Hope Mills, NC)
Dupree is a very explosive, but very controlled athlete. He gave great effort and showed the ability to penetrate the lane and finish at and above the rim, almost at will. Dupree’s camp coach stated, “Antonio is an extremely athletic high flyer. He talked on defense and is a good rebounder. Antonio also knocked down open 3s. A good prospect.”

 

 

Team 8

 

No. 58 5’8” 2019 Jimmy Nichols of East Forsyth High School (Kernersville, NC)
Nichols came into camp with a great attitude and showed the ability to make shots at multiple levels. He is a good ball handler and has deft passing skills that allow him to get all of his teammates involved. Nichols’ camp coach stated, “Jimmy is a hard worker and a great ball handler. He has a high basketball IQ, touch and is a gritty player who stays in your shorts on offense and defense.”

 

 

No. 68 5’9” 2021 Justin Holland of Greenfield School (Wilson, NC)
Holland shot the ball well off the dribble and displayed good footwork and ball handling skills allowing him to get into the paint often. He is a good team player and has a solid basketball IQ. Holland’s camp coach stated, “Justin has a great attitude and is a good ball handler with great shooting mechanics. He is a team player and a leader.”

 

 

No. 84 5’11” 2019 Joshua Gooding of CB Aycock High School (Goldsboro, NC)
Gooding showed good vision and court sense with an ability to get everyone involved on his team. He gave great effort and showed a good basketball IQ on the floor. Gooding’s camp coach stated, “Joshua is a good team player who accepts coaching well. He hustles and plays with quick hands on defense. He showcased deep range.”

 

 

 

No. 93 6’ 2020 Christian King of Millbrook High School (Raleigh, NC)
King has good passing skills to go along with a great court sense and vision. He came into camp with a great attitude and understanding of team play. King’s camp coach stated, “Christian has good speed and is a solid finisher around the rim. He has a great attitude and is a team player with a high motor. A joy to coach.”

 

 

No. 108 6’1” 2019 Tyler Whiteside of RS Central High School (Spindale, NC)
Whiteside showed a good ability to finish. He penetrated the lane well and showed good ball handling with a nice court awareness. Whiteside is a tough defender, both on the ball and on the wing. Whiteside’s camp coach stated, “Tyler is a great finisher around the rim with a high motor. He is coachable and plays with a smile. Tyler is quick, strong, smart and coachable.”

 

 


No. 117 6’2” 2019 Nasir Johnson of Walter Williams High School (Burlington, NC)
Johnson showed an ability to get into the paint as he finished well at the rim. He shot well off the bounce with a quick release at the rim and in the mid-range. Johnson showed a great attitude throughout the day. His camp coach stated, “Nasir is teachable and a willing passer who wants to involve all players. He plays defense and is a great finisher with a variety of moves. He won multiple MVPs on my squad today.”

 

 

No. 132 6’3” 2020 Miles Merriweather of East Chapel Hill High School (Chapel Hill, NC)
Merriweather displayed good ball-handling skills and gave a good effort throughout the day. He played defense with a purpose both on the ball and in transition. Merriweather’s camp coach stated, “Miles is an athletic player with a lot of potential. He can do a little bit of everything when it comes to shoot, pass and defend.

 

 

No. 141 6’4” 2019 Kam Edwards of Radford High School (Radford, VA)
Edwards displayed an ability to score the ball at multiple levels. He has good ball handling skills to go with footwork and good vision and court sense. Edwards gave good effort throughout the day. Edwards’ camp coach stated, “Kam is a tough and athletic player who has a great attitude. He plays hard and is a shooter with range who can also finish around the rim.”

 

 

No. 156 6’7” 2020 Bruno Zandamela of Rabun Gap School (Rabun Gap, GA)
Zandamela is big and a very strong player. The lefty has good hands and with an ability to finish around the basket as well as rebound his area well. Zandamela’s camp coach stated, “Bruno is a big man with power but also had the ability to finish over opposing 7’ players. He played with a great attitude and hustled on both ends of the floor. He has soft touch in the post and can be special if he continues to develop.”

 

 

 

Team 9

 

No. 59 5’8” 2020 Kenel Barrett of Andrews High School (High Point, NC)
Barrett showed to be a good scorer, at multiple levels, with the ability to get open and score off the bounce. He showcased a good attitude and really took to the coaching provided both in the stations and game settings. Barrett’s camp coach stated, “Kenel is a good basketball player with a nice range of scoring moves. He has the length and quickness to be a really good defender.”

 

 

No. 67 5’9” 2019 Deandre Wright of Southern Wayne High School (Goldsboro, NC)
Wright played tough, showed to be a good rebounder for his position. He played defense, both on and off the ball, with a purpose. He carried a great attitude throughout the day and took really well to the coaching provided to him throughout drills and in game. Wright’s camp coach stated, “Deandre is a strong young man who works very hard on the defensive end. He goes to the boards very hard. Very coachable young man.”

 

No. 85 5’11” 2021 Joshuan Sansom of CE Jordan High School (Durham, NC)
Sansom is a very athletic player, showing quick twitch ability both in transition and on the defensive end of the floor. He took well to the coaching provided and was a solid rebounder from his guard position. Sansom’s camp coach stated, “Joshua is a strong and athletic kid who has good elevation on his jump shot. When he drove to the basket he finished well.

 

 

 

No. 92 6’1” 2020 Axel Holm of Lincoln Charter (Denver, NC)
Holm is a high IQ player who plays a lot of mistake-free basketball. The lefty has a smooth jump shot with effortless range and consistent form. He can pass the ball and is comfortable acting as both a primary ball handler or finding space and scoring off the ball. Holm gave great effort on both ends of the floor and really understood the concept of team play, even in this camp setting.

 

 

 

No. 116 6’2” 2019 Mantrydas Jasiunas of Rabun Gap School (Rabun Gap, GA)
Jasiunas showed the ability to finish at multiple levels along with good passing skills with vision and good court awareness. He had a great attitude as he was very vocal and positive throughout the day. Jasiunas’ camp coach stated, “Mantrydas is a solid player with deceptive quickness and is good at finishing at the rim. He used both hands well, both off the bounce and finishing. He is very coachable and shows natural leadership abilities.”

 

 

No. 133 6’3” 2019 Tristen Pitt of CB Aycock High School (Pikeville, NC)
Pitt has good size and played with a great attitude and he gave a effort on both ends of the floor. The lengthy Pitt displayed a good basketball IQ and took well to the team concepts, even in this camp setting. While he struggled throughout camp with some cramping issues, he rebounded the ball and he defended the wing well. Pitt’s camp coach stated, “Tristen was a good kid and he gave great effort when he was on the floor.”

 

 

No. 140 6’4” 2020 Jayden Beloti of Apex High School (Apex, NC)
Beloti showed a natural propensity to score the put the ball in the hole. He was extremely confident with a quick release both off the bounce and off the catch. He walked on the court passing the look test, with good size and a strong frame at his position. Beloti’s camp coach stated, “Jayden plays very hard. He is a strong kid and showed a natural ability to score the ball. He has range and attacked the basket with a purpose.”

 

 

No. 157 6’7” 2020 Jadyn Parker of West Brunswick High School (Supply, NC)
Parker is a very intriguing prospect. He walks on the court with a ton of length and a very projectable frame. After he plays you see his skill set and ability to produce, on both ends, at every level. Parker won the camps Mr. Defense award with his natural timing and length/athleticism. Parker got to the paint often off the bounce and rebounded well. Parker’s camp coach stated, “Jadyn has great length and the ability to put it on the floor. He has incredible upside with a chance to be very good. A D1 prospect.”

 

No. 162 6’ 2021 Michael Melton of Crest High School (Shelby, NC)
Melton’s greatest attributes were his ability to pass the ball and rebounding his position. He displayed solid court sense and vision and moved well off the ball. Melton had a great attitude throughout the camp and took well to the coaching provided both in the skills and game sessions. Melton’s camp coach stated, “Michael was a good kid who played confidently on the ball. I enjoyed coaching him today.”

 

 

Team 10

No. 61 5’8” 2021 Maverick Davis of Newton Conover High School (Hickory, NC)
Davis is a smaller guard who has a solid jump shot and is very coachable. He is a great teammate who keeps the ball moving and is best in catch and shoot situations with a quick release and range. Davis’ camp coach stated, “Maverick has the ability to finish and is a solid defender. Very coachable, overall he is a good player and I enjoyed coaching him today.”

 

 

No. 66 5’9” 2019 Bryce Carmack of Lakewood High School (Sumter, SC)
Carmack made his calling card defending the ball. He has solid range on his jump shot and nice ball handling skills to go along with quickness and the ability to rebound his position. Carmack’s camp coach stated, “Bryce has a good attitude and is a solid shooter. He was able to make some plays and has the athleticism to be a good defender.”

 

 

No. 86 5’11” 2020 Lucas Skertich of Chatham Central High School (Goldston, NC)
Skertich was able to make shots at multiple levels, he had a quick release and was best in catch and shoot situations. He had a great attitude throughout the day and gave great effort on both ends of the floor. Skertich had solid ball handling skills and was a solid rebounder at his potion. Skertich’s camp coach stated, “Lucas is a solid player who hustles and understands the game. He showed the ability to get into the lane and has a solid looking jump shot.”

 

 

No. 91 6’1” 2020 AJ Rossi of South Brunswick High School (Southport, NC)
Rossi plays the game with a certain toughness, not only physically but mentally. He showed a good change of pace which put him in the lane often and was strong which allowed him to finish against contact. Rossi has a nice jump shot, with range, and good ball handling skills. Rossi’s camp coach stated, “AJ is a good shooter and has nice playmaking potential. He has natural instincts in transition and is more athletic than you think.”

 

 

No. 110 6’1” 2020 Aaron Ross of Northwood High School (Pittsboro, NC)
Ross finished will in the paint and showed the ability to attack the rim with both his left and right hands. he is quick and athletic and plays a very tough and aggressive game. He has a good basketball IQ and gives great effort on both ends of the floor. Ross’ camp coach stated, “Aaron is a tough kid who is one of the most coachable kids I’ve seen. He is quick and works hard every possession. Strong attacking the basket and is a very good defender.”

 

 

No. 115 6’2” 2020 Luke Brighton of Providence Day School (Charlotte, NC)
Brighton has good vision and court sense as he navigated across the floor using both hands. He moved well without the ball and gave great effort on both ends of the floor. Brighton has good shooting mechanics and a quick release. Brighton’s camp coach stated, “Luke is a solid guard, very coachable and works extremely hard. He is a smart player who is skilled and patient, he lets the game come to him.”

 

 

No. 134 6’3” 2019 Jaylen Prioleau of Piedmont Community (Charlotte, NC)
Prioleau was able to get into the paint and finished well with his athleticism. He is a good rebounder and a tough defender, both on and off the ball. He has a great attitude and really took well to the coaching provided in drills and the games. Prioleau’s camp coach stated, “Jaylen is an athletic forward who will crash the boards and is able to penetrate the lane. He is coachable and will work hard on the defensive end.”

 

 

No. 139 6’4” 2019 Javon Outlaw of Wayne Country Day School (Goldsboro, NC)
Outlaw showcased a full skill set with the ability to handle, attack the rim and pass the ball. He has great length and showcased great IQ on defense, with the ability to defend the ball and the wing. He rebounded well for his position and gave great effort throughout the day. Outlaw’s camp coach stated, “Javon is a great kid who is very coachable. He works hard on the boards and can penetrate and finish. He also was a solid secondary ball handler.”

 

 

No. 158 6’10” 2019 David Eilen Jr of Chapel Hill High School (Chapel Hill, NC)
Eilen Jr. is very long and has natural athleticism and timing. He showed the ability to knock down the 18 foot jump shot consistently. Eilen Jr. is new to the game and still learning, however he is showing that he has nice instincts. Eilen Jr’s camp coach stated, “David is a solid big who can move and finish at the rim. He is athletic and works hard defensively. There is a lot of upside here.”

 

 

Team 11

No. 62 5’8” 2019 Jahmois Morgan of DH Conley High School (Barnhill, NC)
Morgan has great all-around ball skills, offensively and defensively. He is a supremely athletic guard which helps him to be a high level perimeter defender. He has good court vision and he penetrates the lane well. Morgan is a solid rebounder for his position. Morgan’s camp coach stated, “Jahmois is a nice player to coach and once he commits to player hard on every play he will be a game changer.”

 

 

No. 65 5’9” 2020 Brannon Purugganan of EE Smith High School (Fort Bragg, NC)
Purugganan is a talented guard who takes pride in defending for 94 feet. He carries tremendous energy with a nice basketball IQ. He moves well without the ball and has a consistent jump shot at all levels. He rebounds well for his position. Purugganan’s camp coach stated, “Brannon is a coach on the floor and a team leader both on and off the court. He passes the ball well and has outstanding vision.”

 

 

No. 87 5’11” 2020 Luke Gentry of Trinity High School (Archdale, NC)
Gentry is an exceptionally talented young man. He is a very coachable player and a complete guard. He has a consistent jump shot from 3 point range with a quick release and nice form. Gentry moves well without the ball in his hands and is a high IQ basketball player in all aspects of the game. Gentry’s camp coach stated, “Luke makes everyone on the team better, he is a real team player. He has a nice handle and sees the court well.”

 

 

No. 90 5’11” 2021 Reed Pendleton of Cave Spring High School (Roanoke, VA)
Pendleton is an extension of his coach on the court and carries an exceptionally high basketball IQ. He is a very effective shooter, especially off of the pick and roll. He passes the ball well and has a deliberate demeanor handling the ball. Defensively, Pendleton knows how to position himself to be in the best place possible. Pendleton’s camp coach stated, “Reed has tremendous court vision and is an unselfish offensive player. He is an awesome young man to coach.”

 

 

No. 111 6’2” 2020 Christopher Beam of Atkins High School (Winston-Salem, NC)
Beam has unique jumping ability which he uses to rebound his area well. He understands the game well on both ends of the floor, and is able to execute plays even if given on the fly. He has a nice mid-range game and solid dribble drive moves to the rim. Beam’s camp coach stated, “Christopher is an awesome off the ball and help side defender. He has a good attitude and upside. A good teammate.”

 

 

No. 114 6’2” Unsigned Senior Lehman Ford of Vance County Early College (Henderson, NC)
Ford is a quiet but a strong leader on the floor. He has a tremendous understanding of his strength and weaknesses on the floor. He has a nice jump shot, with range and good looking form. He has good court awareness which helps him to be a good passer, setting up teammates. Ford’s camp coach stated, “Lehman is coachable and very athletic which is an asset that enhances both his offensive and defensive skills.”

 

 

No. 135 6’4” 2019 Asanti Price of Eau Claire High School (Columbia, SC)
Price has a tremendous upside and has the potential to be a high-level player. Already a Division 1 prospect, he has a high basketball IQ and a great handle, going both ways. Price has good range and consistency on his jump shot with ability in the mid-range out to beyond the arc. Price’s camp coach stated, “Asanti makes his team better with an all-around game. He has a high basketball IQ and a lot of upside.”

 

 

No. 138 6’4” 2020 Jaquan Mosley of South Lenoir High School (Kinston, NC)
Mosley is a superior all-around athlete. He has consistent mid-range to 3-point ability. Mosley rebounds his position well on both ends of the floor and moves the ball around well with either hand. With his length and athleticism, he is a defensive stopper at multiple positions. Mosley’s camp coach stated, “Jaquan leads by example and is willing to do what it takes to help his team win games.”

 

 

No. 159 6’9” 2020 Myles Evans of Ravenscroft School (Raleigh, NC)Evans has great size and comes in with a very intriguing skill set. He handles the ball very well, he has good footwork on the block and he has consistent range that extends beyond the 3-point arc. He guarded the paint well as he showcased good timing on blocked shots and and rebounding his area. Evans’ camp coach stated, “Myles is a coaches dream in that his best basketball is clearly in front of him. He is very skilled and a team leader, very coachable.”

 

Team 12

No. 63 5’9” 2021 Benjamin Owens of Trinity High School (Trinity, NC)
Owens proved to shoot the three ball very well throughout camp. He gave great effort throughout the day, on both ends of the floor. He displayed a high basketball IQ in the sense that he put himself in positions to make positive plays. Owens’ camp coach stated, “Benjamin makes it with hustle and smart plays. He showed comfort playing both on and off the ball. Solid catch and shoot player.”

 

 

No. 64 5’9” 2021 Brandon Johnson of Newton Conover High School (Newton, NC)
Johnson is a quick on quick type point guard who has good court vision and great court awareness. He is a playmaker with good handles and a burst as a first step. He is always looking to find the open man and create a scoring opportunity. Johnson’s camp coach stated, “Brandon’s best attribute is that he was constantly attacking the weak side. Consistently in attack mode.”

 

 

No. 87 5’11” 2019 Nathan Yow of Grace Christian (Sanford, NC)
Yow is a knock down, lights out type shooter. His fundamentals and mechanics are sound and he has a quick release. Yow has great court awareness and just seems to make all the players around him, better. His vision is top notch and he moves very well off the ball. Yow’s camp coach stated, “Nathan is tough. He has great footwork and is a smooth shooter. His leadership and hard work during the drills won him the Mr Station award for the camp.”

 

 

No. 88 5’11” 2021 Makoa Surigao of West Brunswick High School (Shallotte, NC)
Surigao made is mark as a hustle guard that every coach would love to have on his team. He carries a great attitude and constantly provided positive feedback and pumped up his teammates. Surigao has good shooting mechanics with soft touch and an easy follow through. Surigao’s camp coach stated, “Makoa attacked the rim with a purpose and he shot the ball well. Big time hustle guy.”

 

 

No. 112 6’2” 2019 Hunter Herrick of Lincoln Charter (Lincolnton, NC)
Herrick is a pure hustle player with a solid jump shot. He as good shot mechanics and he ran the floor hard, on both ends, all three games. Herrick’s camp coach stated, “The upside of Hunter’s camp is his catch and shoot ability. He has a quick release which makes him very dangerous. He knew his game well and did everything well on the floor.”

 

 

No. 113 6’2” 2019 Justin Baker of Riverside High School (Durham, NC)
Baker is a good rebounding guard with a nice shooting touch with quality technique. He has the ability to slash into the lane and he consistently knocked down the three ball with great confidence. He is a pure hustle guy who any coach would want as a player. Baker’s camp coach stated, “Justin was my team’s MVP two of our three games. He can dribble, pass, shoot and defend. What more can you ask for in a player?”

 

 

No. 136 6’5” 2021 Gary Williams Jr. of Apex High School (Apex, NC)
Williams carries a good basketball IQ, he finds himself in the right place and puts himself in position to make plays. He was at his best when he was getting downhill and attacking the basket from the wing. Williams’ camp coach stated, “I liked Gary when he was in transition. He was good attacking the rim and made several good passes and reads.”

 

 

No. 137 6’4” 2020 Jacari Outlaw of Greenfield School (Wilson, NC)
Outlaw has great length and a very projectable frame. He has a good dribble pull up game and he is skilled and efficient from the wing. He cleaned up second chance opportunities on the class, good rebounder. Outlaw’s camp coach stated, “Jacari was great to coach. Look for him to be a 2020 standout this summer and moving forward.”

 

 

No. 160 7’ 2019 Filip Vuksanovic of Rabun Gap School (Rabun Gap, Ga)
Vuksanovic is a big boy and he provides a presence around he rim and at the basket. He boxed out well and grabbed rebounds with two hands. He defended the rim well, blocking and altering shots with his size, just walling up and staying big. He was able to show his ball skills as he stepped out and knocked down a couple pick and pop threes and pushed the break off some rebounds. Vuksanovic’s camp coach stated, “Filip is a great player to have, and old school 5-man. If he gets properly conditioned his game would shoot to another level. As it stands, he is big and skilled and produces.”

 

NC Phenom 150 Girls (March 17th, 2018)

Team 1

No. 2 4’10” 2023 Jocelyn Norman of Langtree Charter (Mooresville, NC)Norman came into camp with an excellent attitude and really too to the coaching provided in both drills and games. She gave great effort throughout the day. Norman’s camp coach stated, “Jocelynn works very hard, she is very young but picks up things very quickly. She has a very positive attitude and is a true team player.”

No. 10 5’4” 2022 Kris’Shyia McKoy of Midway Middle School (Dunn, NC)McKoy gave great effort from the start of camp to the closing whistle. She especially excelled when it came to defending her position and rebounding the ball. McKoy has an enjoyable attitude toward the game. Her camp coach stated, “Kris’Shyia works very hard on defense where she gives great effort. Overall, she is a very hard worker and it is easy to see her potential.”

No. 16 5’6” 2022 Amiah Savage of Village Christian (Fayetteville, NC)Savage made her mark shooting the basketball, where she showed great mechanics and confidence with deep range. She has a quick release and is able to score off one and two dribble pull ups as well. Savage’s camp coach stated, “Amiah has potential, she is a good shooter and as she continues to work on her ability to get open off the ball the sky is the limit with her skill.”

No. 18 5’6” 2021 Janiya Brown of Jack Britt High School (Fayetteville, NC)Brown came into camp with an excellent attitude. She gave great effort from start to finish and really brought in to the team concept of camp. Brown’s camp coach stated, “Janiya is a very positive teammate and a great communicator. She works hard on both ends of the floor, giving full effort. I like her potential as a leader.”

No. 21 5’7” 2019 Makayla Kimble of Village Christian (Fayetteville, NC)The first thing that jumps off the page about Kimble is her basketball IQ. She has the ability to touch the paint often where shows the ability to either finish or set up teammates. Kimble is quick and athletic, her camp coach stated, “Makayla can create her own shot and opportunities for teammates. She is a scoring point guard but does look to pass too. Makayla also plays solid defense.”

No. 26 5’8” 2020 Claire Burke of Fayetteville Christian (Fayetteville, NC)Burke gave great effort throughout the camp, from the opening tip to the closing buzzer. She has a high basketball IQ and an advanced skillset, able to shoot, handle and distribute. Burke’s camp coach stated, “Claire has huge potential. She is able to guard multiple positions, able to faceguard throughout the game and never get tired. She always seems to be in the right spot, able to create her own shot. Overall, one of the hardest workers I saw in camp today.”

No. 34 5’10” 2020 Allayne Vandevender of Trinity Christian (Fayetteville, NC)Vandevender showed a great attitude throughout the day and really took to the team concept, even in this camp setting. She showed good form and range on her jump shot and has a projectable basketball frame. Vandevender’s camp coach stated, “Allayne can shoot the 3-ball well. She brings a very positive energy to a team and does a great job of listening and implementing.”

No. 33 5’10” 2020 Adaja Williams of Langtree Charter (Mooresville, NC)Williams really took well to the coaching provided in both the station and game portions. She did a good job finishing around the basket and showed the ability to both defend and pass the ball. Williams camp coach stated, “Adaja has great size and can play multiple positions. She works hard, gives great effort, listens, applies advice given and all that translates on the court. Also a good offensive rebounder.”

No. 45 5’7” 2021 Keonna Bryant of EE Smith High School (Fayetteville, NC)Bryant has good quickness and footwork which really shows as she gives great effort on the boards. She shows solid shooting mechanics and defends well. Bryant’s camp coach stated, “Keonna can be very good, she has good size and a nice frame to go with it. She has a solid outside shot, which she made a few of during camp and is a good kid.”

No. 181 6’ 2020 Taylor Allen of Seventy-First High School (Fayetteville, NC)Allen really took to the concept of team play and grasped the coaching provided. He has great hands and mobility, allowing her to finish well around the rim. He rebounded her position well, especially on the defensive end. Allen’s camp coach stated, “Taylor is very aggressive and uses her body to your advantage. She works hard on both ends of the floor, makes adjustments and is a very positive teammate. Taylor rebounds strong and has great range and is much quicker than you would imagine on initial glance.”

Team 2

No. 3 4’11” 2022 Tamia Morris of Luther Nick Middle School (Fayetteville, NC)
Morris is a smaller guard but she has all the tools to ultimately be a high level player. She shows the ability to put the ball on the floor and is able to get to the basket. Her mid-range shot is good plus she was one of the faster players attending the event. Morris’ camp coach stated, “Tamia, overall, will be a good high school player.”

No. 8 5’3” 2019 Kendra Quarles of Langtree Charter (Mooresville, NC)
Quarles came into the event quiet but once the games started she was ready to play. She has the ability to get to the basket and finish. Plus she showed signs of being a good shooter. Quarles’ camp coach stated, “I really enjoyed having Kendra on my team.”

No. 11 5’4” 2020 Sania Harris of Langtree Charter (Mooresville, NC)
Harris was one of the better ball handlers in the event. She attacked the basket with a purpose and understood when to shoot her jump shot. Her mid-range game was consistent and she played very good defense, especially on the ball. Harris’ camp coach stated, “Sania had a great attitude. Overall, she was a great team player. She thanked me after the event and that shows the type of person she is.”

No. 19 5’7” 2021 Montasia Jones of Pine Forest High School (Fayetteville, NC)
Jones is quite the scrappy player who carries a very quick first step with the ball in her hands. Along with that quickness, she displayed good 3-point range off the catch. Jones has good strength and is a good on the ball defender. Jones’ camp coach stated, “I have no doubt Montasia will become a great player because of her work ethic.”

No. 24 5’7” 2021 TJ Eichelberger of Saint Paul’s High School (Saint Paul’s, NC)
Eichelberger show signs to be a really good long range shooter and scorer. She attacked the basket with a purpose and has the ability to finish around the rim. She is very impressive also on the defensive end as she was routinely called on to defend the opposing teams best player. Eichelberger’s camp coach stated, “TJ has great upside as she is already productive at a young age. College coaches should start looking at her as she is tracking to play the game after high school.”

No. 29 5’9” 2020 Adira Abduallah of Myers Park High School (Charlotte, NC)
Abdullah played hard for every minute she was on the court. She seemingly won every 50/50 ball and proved to be a very active rebounder. We loved her leadership qualities both on and off the court and comes by that naturally. Abdullah’s camp coach stated, “Adira was great to coach, she came up and thanked me after the event which shows the type of person she is. She was a hero worker and an absolute joy to coach.”

No. 35 5’10” 2021 Jasmon Sheilah-Marie Nolin of Northwood Temple (Fayetteville, NC)
Nolin showed signs of toughness from the very start of the game, and that trait kept showing throughout the day. She has good looking mechanics on her jump shot as well as good court awareness and vision. Nolin’s camp coach stated, “I enjoyed having Jasmon on my team. She has a lot of natural tools and as she grows older and becomes more aggressive…Watch Out!”

No. 40 5’10” 2021 Maya Henry of Hickory Ridge High School (Harrisburg, NC)
Henry was one of the more forceful post players at the camp. She displayed advanced moves both facing up and with her back to the basket. Henry shot the ball well from the high post with good touch. Henry’s camp coach stated, “Maya has a lot of upside. She has great tools and with her touch as continues to age she could extend her range to become a real threat as a pick and pop 3-point shooter. She even took multiple charges. I really enjoyed coaching her today.”

No. 44 6’ 2020 Somer Wilson of Comenius School (Mooresville, NC)
We were quickly able to identify Wilson as one of the top performers in the camp. She has great length, is quite agile and is very athletic. She was able to attack the rim from the wing as well as consistently shoot it from 3-point range. Wilson’s camp coach stated “Wilson is a true talent and one college coaches need to start looking at now. She has great tools and gives great effort.”

No. 60 6’1 2020 Iyania Evans of Fayetteville Christian (Fayetteville, NC)
Evans showed great leadership from the start of camp to the finish. She showed the ability to handle the ball very well and is a good rebounder and rim protector. She has good feet and a great skill set. Evans camp coach stated, “Iyania had a great event. She was very nimble for a player her size and showed moments of being very tough to guard, a mismatch. She was a good leader.”

Team 3

No. 7 5’4” 2020 Ja-el Miller of Central Cabarrus High School (Concord, NC)
Miller was awarded the camp MVP award. He came out with a great attitude and top notice basketball IQ. She was able to get anywhere on the floor she wanted off the bounce and showed excellent court awareness and vision. Miller’s camp coach stated, “Ja-el has an awesome IQ, she is an awesome PG. She is a great on the ball defender and a vocal help side defender.”

No. 9 5’3” 2022 Kinnett Howard of St Andrew’s High School (Savannah, GA)
Howard came into camp and displayed a great attitude, giving maximum effort in everything she did. She showed a solid handle of the ball as well as making a couple of jump shots, beyond the 3-point arc. Howard’s camp coach stated, “Kinnett brought an excellent attitude and has a good basketball IQ. As one of the younger players here, she held her own. She has a bright future.”

No. 12 5’5” 2022 Griselda Caleljas of Langtree Charter (Mooresville, NC)
Callejas came into camp giving great effort, leading by example for her team. He showed an excellent skill set with confident ball handling and deep, consistent range on her jump shot. Calejas’ camp coach stated, “Griselda is a great finisher and an excellent offensive player. She scored the ball well at every level and played very confidently, despite being only in 8th grade.”

No. 15 5’5” 2023 Valerie Veauthier of Northwood Temple (Fayetteville, NC)
Veauthier had a great concept of team play, even throughout this camp setting. She was a very active defender, both on and off the ball, showing a non-stop motor. Veauthier’s camp coach stated, “Valerie has a great attitude and played excellent defense. She gave great effort and showed range on her jump shot.”

No. 20 5’7” 2021 Dai’ja Robinson of Douglas Byrd High School (Fayetteville, NC)
Robinson showed a good attitude really listening and absorbing the coaching provided during stations and throughout the games. He showed the ability to finish around the basket and played with a good motor. Robinson’s camp coach stated, “Dai’ja has a great nose for the ball. She is a good rebounder and finished well around the basket, with touch.”

No. 23 5’7” 2019 Sharonda Smith of Independence High School (Charlotte, NC)
Smith gave great effort throughout stations, all the way to the final buzzer of camp. She did a great job defending the ball, showing she was able to comfortably switch from the wing to the post. Smith’s camp coach stated, “Sharonda is a very good post and wing defender and played very good, very active, team defense.”

No. 28 5’8” 2021 Paige Johnson of Mitchell High School (Newland, NC)
Johnson came into camp as a great teammate and too very well to the instruction and coaching given during drills and in games. He did a good job finishing when in the paint and was very active defending the wing, off the ball. Johnson’s camp coach stated, “Paige has a good nose for the ball and is a very good finisher. She is a smart player.”

No. 31 5’10” 2021 Braylyn Milton of Independence High School (Charlotte, NC)
Milton came into camp with a great attitude, giving great effort throughout. She carries a very projectable frame with great length and natural athleticism. She has range and touch on her jump shot with nice wing ball skills, off the bounce. Milton’s camp coach stated, “Braylyn is a great team player and a leader. She has excellent potential and upside.”

No. 50 Breonna Roaf
Roaf came into camp showing a great attitude and giving good effort throughout camp. She has good quickness, and a quick first step with the ability to get into the lane and showing good court awareness. Roaf’s camp coach stated, “Breonna has great vision, a good basketball IQ and a natural feel for the game.”

Team 4

No. 5 5’3” 2023 Aaiyah Easterling of Trinity Christian (Fayetteville, NC)
Easterling gave great effort, on both ends of the floor. She is a good ball handler and did a good job of scoring the basketball once she was in the lane. Easterling’s camp coach stated, “Aniyah showed the ability to get where she wanted on the floor, off the bounce. She also was a very good teammate. Watch her closely.”

No. 6 5’3” 2020 Areina Harris of Rolesville High School (Raleigh, NC)
Harris came into camp with a great concept of team play, even in this camp setting. She gave great effort, working hard on both ends of the floor. She played good on the ball defense, was very active. Harris’ camp coach stated, “Areina is a good ball-handler and shot the mid-range shot very confidently. She was also a great teammate.”

No. 13 5’5” 2019 Hannah McInosh of Avery County (Newland, NC)
McInosh was a leader by example. She played great team basketball, passed the ball at a high rate and made her team better on both ends of the floor. She showed good ball handling ability as she played with confidence but also within herself. She got into the paint at will where she delivered pin point passes on kickouts. McInosh’s camp coach stated, “Hannah was great to coach, she played good defense and is a great teammate.”

No. 14 5’5” 2020 Jansen McFalls of Granville Central High School (Oxford, NC)
McFalls worked hard from the start of station work all the way to the final buzzer of the last game. She played good on the ball defense and was vocal, both positively and as a leader, both on and off the court. Her ball handling was good and she attacked the basket with a purpose. McFalls’ camp coach stated, “Jansen was a great teammate and a joy to coach.”

No. 22 5’7” 2020 Maria Wiley of Westover High School (Fayetteville, NC)
Wiley took very well to the coaching provided both in the drills portion and games throughout the day. She is very well trained and played very well with the ball in her hands. She was a very active and determined on the ball defender, did very well. Wiley’s camp coach stated, “Maria played with great confidence and showed an awesome attitude.”

No. 27 5’8” 2020 Julia Zupicich of Falls Lake Academy (Raleigh, NC)
Zupicich was awarded Ms. Playmaker for the camp. Rightfully so, she displayed major court awareness and the ability to pass the ball. She carried a great attitude and gave great effort throughout the camp. Zupicich’s camp coach stated, “Julia is a really good ball hander and team player. She gave great effort and showed she really cares about her teammates with her excellent passing ability.”

No. 30 5’10” 2020 Belinda Carson of Spring Creek High School (Goldsboro, NC)
Carson walked away winning Ms Station award for the camp. She carried a great attitude, was very positive and is a natural leader. She was very vocal on both ends of the floor and worked very hard, played with a purpose on both ends. Carson’s camp coach stated, “Belinda talks on defense, she is a very good communicator. She has a high basketball IQ and passed the ball very well.”

No. 37 6’ 2021 Destubee Bank Wardington of New Bern High School (New Bern, NC)
Wardington came into camp with a great attitude and displayed a great basketball IQ. She is a very coachable player and a natural leader who is very skilled. Wardington’s camp coach stated, “Destubee played great defense and was able to handle the ball with both hands. She is one who should end up playing the game at the next level.”

No. 38 5’11” 2020 Hali Doctor of Mallard Creek High School (Charlotte, NC)
Doctor came into camp with a great attitude, giving great effort with no problem doing the tough stuff. She has good size, she rebounded her area very well and finished very well around the rim. Doctor’s camp coach stated, “Hali really used her size well. She has good touch and rebounded well. A very good team player.”

No. 39. 6’ 2021 Desiree Smith of Trinity Christian (Fayetteville, NC)
Smith is incredibly athletic. Not only is she athletic, she is very aggressive and plays very hard. Just scratching the surface of her overall ability she was very productive throughout the camp. Smith’s camp coach stated, “Desiree is very athletic and runs the floor extremely well. She is a good shot blocker and should continue to get better as she is still young.”

No. 43 6’1” 2020 Lexi Jeffreys of Wayne Country Day (Goldsboro, NC)
Jeffreys came into camp with a great attitude, she was very positive for her teammates and worked hard the entire day. She has great size and touch, both around the rim and extending out beyond the 3-point line. She was one of the better shooters in the entire event, also a very good area rebounder. Jeffreys camp coach stated, “Lexi has great upside with touch at all levels. She works very hard, should be considered a college prospect.”

NC Top 80 (March 11th, 2018)

Team 1 

No. 1 5’9 ’21 Camian Shell (Parkland Magnet School, Winston-Salem, NC)
Camian is a super athletic talent. Only a freshman, Camian provided excellent leadership and is an extension of the head coach on the floor. The two-sport star (QB-Football & PG-Basketball) has a unique blend of athleticism, skills and unbelievable feel for the game. Simply put, Camian is advanced beyond his years for his age/grade. He has the ability to score from all three levels and has good range/consistency out to the 3-point line. We were most impressed with his ability to make difficult passes in traffic and creating scoring opportunities for his teammates.

No. 24 6’1 ’21 Cole Sinclair (Durham Academy, Durham, NC)
Cole has continued to develop into a true point guard. He is a true team leader and demonstrated the ability to play equally as hard on both ends of the court. Cole is such a unique defender as he has the strength, savvy, and quickness to guard multiple positions. He has a solid midrange jumper and excellent ball handling and dribble penetration skills. Only a freshman, Cole averaged 12.0 PPG and made the All Camp Team for the 2021 class.

No. 25 6’1 ’20 Creighton Lebo (JH Rose High School, Greenville, NC)
Creighton is an all-purpose combo guard who has a complete all around knowledge of the game. He has a high basketball IQ. Creighton has a smooth shooting perimeter shot and scores within the framework of the game. More importantly, Creighton is an excellent team player and is a willing passer. He makes pin point passes and has the unique ability to make his team better without scoring a boatload of points, not to mention complementary handles that makes him a triple threat player while being a coach on the floor.

No. 48 6’2 ’19 Nick Brown (Westchester Academy, Jamestown, NC)
Nick Brown simply plays much bigger than his listed 6’2 height. First of all, Nick has a 6’6 wingspan and was one of the better athletes in the combine testing. He is a solid all-around player who can defend multiple positions 1-4. While he has excellent length, athleticism, Nick’s IQ and defensive principles makes him one of the better two-way players in camp. We were also impressed with his unselfish play although he has the ability to score from any level on the court. Nick’s combination of athleticism and an advanced skill set will translate nicely at the next level.

No. 49 6’2 ’20 Perez Bowser (Arborbrook Christian, Matthews, NC)
Perez is a super quick point guard and may have the camp’s fastest guards. He scored in the top three of the 75-foot dash, lane agility and the reactive shuttle combine testing. In addition, Perez is a crafty and floor leader with advanced ball handling and passing skills. Simply put, he gets where he wants when he wants and has the ability to break down the best defender with dribble penetration. While Perez has terrific physical attributes, we were equally impressed with his vocal leadership on the court.

No. 72 6’2 ’19 Jason Wray (Crest High School, Shelby, NC)
Talk about the camp’s surprise player. Jason Wray took full advantage of a late invite and proved to us he is under the recruiting radar. While Jason is the consummate team player, he averaged 13.0 PPG and has a high basketball IQ. We were most impressed with his leadership skills as he continued to lead by example on and off the court. He probably embraced the moment and opportunity more than any other player in camp. Jason plays equally hard on both ends of the court and had a nifty mid-range jumper and extended range out to the 3-point line.

No. 96 6’7’ ’19 Brice Williams (Hopewell High School, Cornelius, NC)
Standing a long and lengthy 6’7 with a 6’9 wingspan, Brice Williams is simply oozing with upside and potential. He knocked out the combing testing and showed a lot of promise. While Brice only averaged 9.0 PPG, it was all within the framework of the offense. He has a beautiful midrange jump shot off his right to left crossover dribble move. With his length, athleticism, and matching skill set, we honestly believe Brice is the time of player that may have more success at the collegiate level as the high school level.

No. 97 6’7 Daniel Lobach (Cape Fear Christian, Durham, NC)
A virtual unknown to us prior the NC Phenom 150 Session 2 camp, Daniel Lobach definitely left the two events as a serious D1 prospect. He will definitely be on the recruiting radar. Daniel has the ability to be a dominate player. We were impressed with his overall fundamentals, high basketball IQ and ability to play well within a team structure. Daniel was one of the more consistent performers in camp and averaged 14.7 PPG through three camp games.

Team 2

No. 23 6’1 ’19 Cartier Jernigan (West Charlotte High School, Charlotte, NC)
Cartier is a fearless scorer. The aggressive and relentless scoring guard plays with a high motor and fast pace. He averaged 10.3 PPG and showcased a nice all-around ground. We were most impressed with his defensive tenacity and overall intensity and it was evident he takes tremendous pride in his defense. Cartier is blessed with terrific athleticism and a tremendous vertical. He excels in the dribble drive and has a beautiful midrange pull up jumper.

6’1 ’19 J.C. Tharrington (Charlotte Christian, Charlotte, NC)
When it comes to crafty and heady point guards, J.C. Tharrington is at the top of the list. He is a great floor leader and has the ability to go either direction. He is as strong with his left/off hand has his right/dominant hand. J.C. is also dribbling with his head up looking to make the pitch ahead pass. He has an impeccable feel for the game and has the ability to make pin point passes on time that enables his teammates to get shots off quickly and in rhythm. In addition, J.C. has a great touch on his shot and has outstanding range out to the 3-point line where he is both efficient and consistent where he averaged 12.3 PPG.

No. 47 6’2 Justin Taylor (Mallard Creek, Charlotte, NC)
The first thing you notice about Justin Taylor is his great attitude on and off the court and not to mention the positive body language. He is really a good 3-point shooter and has a very quick first step which enables him to get to the rim where he has the ability to finish with regularity. In addition, he has the ability to create his own jumper or in a catch and shoot situation. Justin demonstrated solid defensive principles especially with off the ball always being 1-2 passes removed.

No. 50 6’5 ’20 Jalen Ware (East Forsyth, Winston-Salem, NC)
Jalen Ware runs the floor like a deer. He is a great team player and gets involved on both ends of the court. We were impressed with his length and ability to get his hands on many deflections and stepped nicely into the passing lanes. In addition, Jalen has a nose for the ball and has a tendency to be around every loose ball. Jalen is a high motor and all energy player. He doesn’t have to score or have the ball in his hands to make an impact on the game.

No. 71 6’4 ’19 Zavian McLean (Overhills High School, Spring Lake, NC)
Zavian was one of the better players in camp. He has great range and mechanics on his jump shot, not to mention a nice blend of superb athleticism. We were impressed with his ability to move without the ball. Zavian was both effective off the bounce and was highly efficient off the catch and shoot, not to mention his excellent footwork and ability to “do his work early” in preparation to getting his shot off. In addition, he is both strong and explosive when attacking the rim. Zavian averaged 17.7 PPG and was named to the All Camp First Team for his class.

No. 74 6’5 ’19 Cortez Marion Holmes (Northside Christian, Charlotte, NC)
Cortez was a unique blend of length, athleticism and overall matching skill set. He is already sporting a collegiate wing prototype. Simply put, he is definitely a handful on the defensive end of the court. He has tremendous athleticism and was effective the entire day attacking the rim play after play. Cortez has a nice inside/out game and showcased a beautiful blend of offensive moves in the paint and on the perimeter. He as knocking down jump hook shots in the post, showed the ability to put the ball on the floor and knock down the midrange jumper with consistency. Cortez averaged 10.0 PPG per game for the camp.

No. 95 6’6 Kahari Rogers (Liberty Heights, Charlotte, NC)
Talk about a tough hardnosed player. Kahari shoots with range and is a tough matchup on the defensive end of the court. We were most impressed with his high motor and willingness to sprint down the court on both ends of the court and doesn’t mind picking up his opponent the entire length of the court. In addition, Kahari is such an active rebounder and just goes hard the entire time on the court. One thing is for certain, you don’t have to teach effort with Kahari.

No. 98 6’7 ’19 Deante Green (Christ School, Arden, NC)
Deante has a nifty jump hook shot over either shoulder. He is equally skilled going right or left, not to mention the ability to make a strong drop step going either direction. Deante has passer friendly hands and more importantly is a willing passer out of the post. He has nice footwork, agility and mobility. We were also impressed with his willingness to box out and do many of the things that don’t show up in the box score.

No. 119 6’9 Justus Shelton (Mountain Heritage High School, Mars Hill, NC)Justus is a very good post player with a nice jump shot work, not to mention a strong drop step in the low post. We liked the fact that Justus would do a lot of the little dirty work that often goes unnoticed such has boxing out and setting excellent ball screens for the ball handler. He works hard on both ends and is in constant motion with his all-around hustle play. While he advanced post moves with his back to the basket, Justus can step out and knock down the midrange jumper at both elbows of the lane.

Team 3

No. 3 5’10 ’20 Jason Williams (West Carteret High School, Morehead City, NC)
Jason Williams is a true floor general. He thinks and plays like a point guard and understands what it takes to lead his team. Jason has good handles and can go both ways equally well. Most importantly, Jason is all about the team. He gets his teammates involved, but definitely leads the way on the defensive of the ball. While Jason only averaged 5.0 PPG, he did so many other things that are needed for team wins.

No. 22 6’0 ’19 Tynias Peace (Broughton High School, Raleigh, NC)
Tynias is a strong guard and very aggressive on both ends of the court. He plays hard defense and runs the floor extremely well. We were also impressed with his leadership skills and ability to communicate with his teammates, not to mention he was a very efficient scorer from the point guard positon where he averaged 10.7 PPG.

No. 27 6’1 ’20 JaJuan Carr (Trask High School Burgaw, NC)
It was a very solid outing for the young pass first point guard. He is a natural floor leader and extension of the coach. We were impressed with his overall effort and willingness to play both ends of the court. In addition, JaJiuan has a high basketball IQ for his age/grade. He averaged 12.7 PPG and played well within the team structure. He wasn’t a ball dominant point guard and scored within the rhythm and framework of the game.

No. 46 6’2 ’20 Jake Ledbetter (High Point Christian, High Point, NC)
Jake is such a fundamentally sound player and has an advanced basketball IQ for his age/grade, not to mention he understands how to play the game the correct way. More importantly, he’s such an efficient shooter. He didn’t take a huge amount of shots, but simply scored within the framework of the game. We were also very impressed with his team first approach and attitude along with positive body language the entire day. Jake averaged 8.0 PPG for the day.

No. 51 Travion McCray (Village Christian, Fayetteville, NC)
One thing is for certain, Travion McCray plays as hard and intense as any player in camp. He is so aggressive on the defensive end of the court. On the offensive end of the court, Travion was a player in constant motion. He moves extremely well without the ball and makes serious efforts to get open. Travion averaged right at 9.0 PPG and that only begins to tell the story for the strong, athletics and talented guard.

No. 70 6’4 ’19 Quest Aldridge (Mt. Tabor, Winston-Salem, NC)
Talk about a true point guard that has excellent length, skill, and amazing court vision. While Quest averaged 11.3 PPG, that only begins to tell the story for him. Quest is always dribbling with his head up surveying the court. He’s a willing passer who is making pin point passes throughout the game but excels in the pitch ahead pass. He is vastly underrated as a defender. His length and long arms can create havoc on the opposing team’s player. He’s a really good on ball defender, but also understands weak side defensive principles and weak side help.

No. 75 6’5 ’19 DeAngelo Epps (Charlotte Country Day, Charlotte, NC)
DeAngelos Epps has the complete package. He has excellent strength, good length, explosiveness and athleticism that will translate well at the next level. Simply put, DeAngelo plays such a strong and aggressive defensive game constantly attacking and put pressure on the opponent. In addition, DeAngelo has a “never quit” attitude and has the perfect attitude a college coach will want! He averaged 12.7 PPG

No. 99 6’7 ’19 Garrett Hein (Hickory Ridge, Concord, NC)
This young man has great court awareness for his size/position. We were impressed with his fundamentals and high basketball IQ. He runs the floor baseline to baseline and has the ability to finish with either hand. Garrett is a true leader on and off the court. Garrett averaged 11.0 PPG and showcased a truly all-around game. He simply just a little bit of everything really good.

No. 118 6’9 ’20 Christopher Huntley (Davidson Day, Huntersville, NC)
Talk about upside and potential. What you see now is not the finished product! That being said, we’re talking about a promising and lengthy young player that is still in the development stage. Christopher already sports an impressive 7’2 wingspan and he looks like he could grow even more.  We were so impressed with his overall work effort that was demonstrated throughout stations and the games. You could easily see how much he works and how much he wants to success. Christopher averaged 8.3 PPG and still is somewhat raw offensively. Once he gains additional strength and self-confidence, he could be one of the area’s most slept on players.

Team 4

No. 4 5’11 ’21 Breon Pass (Reidsville High School, Reidsville, NC)
Breon is one of the promising young point guards in the NC 2021. We’re talking about a passer friendly/unselfish guard that plays within the framework of the game. He is definitely a low risk high return player. We were impressed with his high motor and his excellent court vision and timely and pin point passes. What was even more impressive was his ability to rebound efficiently for his size/position.

No. 21 6’0 ’19 Shakell Moore (Piedmont Classical, Cameron, NC)
What a day for Shakell Moore! He absolutely destroyed the slam dunk competition. Shakell is without question one of the elite level athlete in the state regardless of class. This young man can literally jump out of the gym. Shakell has the ability to score from all three levels and his play at the NC Top 80 should elevate his rankings in our next report. He averaged 18. 0 PPP and showcased a nifty and effective midrange game.

No. 28 6’1 ’19 John Michael Wright (Northwood Temple, Fayetteville, NC)
John Michael is just coming off an injury that had him sidelined for the majority of the high school basketball season. John Michael is an excellent team player and has continued to be an effective floor general. We were impressed with his decision making and willingness to set up his teammates continuously for one good shot after another. John Michael continues to feel more comfortable as a pass first point guard but has the ability to score at any moment, any time!

No. 45 6’2 ’19 Jackson Gammons (Calvary Baptist, High Point, NC)
One thing is for certain, Jackson Gammons can flat shoot the cover off the ball. He’s such an efficient shooter and has outstanding 3-point shooting range, which was illustrated by his 17.7 PPG scoring average. Every team can use a player like Jackson. He’s going to give 100% effort 100% of the time and is an unbelievable teammate. Jackson has such an unbelievable understanding of the game and definitely plays the game the right way.

No. 69 6’4 ’18 Jalen Barr (Olympic High School, Charlotte, NC)
Jalen gives 100% effort 100% of the time. With Jalen, he plays as hard as one can possibility play and this play was really impressive. He is supremely athletic and also takes great pride on the defensive end of the court. Jalen only averaged right around 7.0 PPG but did so many things that often don’t show up in the box score. He’s active on both ends of the court, he rebounds, defends and plays with passion.

No. 76 6’5 ’19 Dillon Harrison (Comenius School, Monroe, NC)
Dillon worked extremely hard and really bought into the team concept. He is willing to play multiple roles on a team, not to mention he can play and guard multiple positions. We were impressed with his overall attitude and willingness to learn. Dillon has solid fundamentals and an excellent basketball IQ.

No. 83 6’6 ’18 Williams Onyeodi (Fayetteville Academy, Fayetteville, NC)
Williams is the type of player that just loves to play and compete. He’s constantly in motion and so aggressive on both ends of the court. One thing is for certain, you don’t have to teach or coach effort with him. He is going to give you 100% and lay it all on the court. While Williams sports an excellent frame with strength and length, he is always working for low post position and constantly working to get rebounding position. Once he secures the rebounds, he does a superb job of getting the ball out in transition where he runs the floor extremely well. Williams averaged right at 8.3 PPG

No. 100 6’7 ’19 Gavin Rains (Wheatmore High School, Trinity, NC)
We still think Gavin Rains is still one of the best kept secrets in the North Carolina 2019 class. He has a 6’9 wingspan and has a combination of athleticism, skill, and a great overall feel for the game. He was simply superb at the NC Top 80 where he averaged 18.0 PPG and was one of the top athletes in the combine testing. Gavin can score from all three levels and should see a tremendous uptick in his recruitment. Make no mistake about it, Gavin Rains is for real.

No. 117 6’9 ’19 Ben Beeker (Hendersonville HS, Henderson, NC)
What you see is quite not the finished product. We were quite impressed with his motor and aggressive approach to rebounding. First of all, he has nice length and naturally rebounding instincts. He does an excellent job of establishing good low post position and has good hands and nifty footwork in the post, not to mention he goes after every rebound. In addition, he does a nice job of alternating shots and also blocking shots. Offensively, Ben is still developing and needs to add additional strength which would allow him to be more confident.

Team 5

No. 5 5’11 ’19 Jalen Benjamin (Leesville Road High School, Raleigh, NC)
Jalen Benjamin is one of the more exciting point guards to watch in the North Carolina class of 2019. He’s crafty, heady, has a high basketball IQ and more than anything else, makes his teammates better! In addition, Jalen is one of the best scoring point guard in the state regardless of class. He has a quick release and has the ability to set up teammates or create his own shot off the dribble/bounce. One of his best offensive moves is the step back off the dribble where he is able to create space. Despite he is somewhat undersized, he competes at a high level and his game will translate well at the next level. Jalen also averaged 20.0 PPG and made the All Camp First Team for his class.

No. 20 6’3 ’20 Seth Bennett (Charlotte Christian, Charlotte, NC)
Seth is the ultimate team player. While he has the length, physical attributes and matching skill set, he is comfortable playing within the team structure. He is fundamentally sound, has a high basketball IQ and is an excellent defender. Rarely do you find a player that accepts his role as well at Seth. He’s an excellent glue guy. While he had a solid day scoring, he is constantly doing the little things that often don’t show up in the box score. He’s an excellent on ball defender and understands team defensive principles such as weak side help, not to mention he rebounds well for his size/position.

No. 29 6’1 ’20 Justin Wright (Farmville Central High School, Greenville, NC)
Justin is a lengthy and athletic point guard that plays much bigger than his listed height. He already sports a 6’3 wingspan and Justin was one of the top performers in every combine category testing. Offensively, he is more comfortable scoring off the bounce and creating scoring opportunities by beating his defender off the dribble utilizing his quickness and overall speed. Versatility is his calling card and his ability to take over a game is a strong attribute. In addition, he has the ability to become a load down defender and has the opportunity to dictate the pace of the game on the defensive end of the court.

No. 44 6’2 ’20 Chase Forte (Word of God, Raleigh, NC)
Without question, Chase was one of the more consistent players at the NC Top 80. He has good athleticism, length, and is especially quick with the ball in his hands. Chase finished well around the rim and was terrific in transition. He was especially active on both ends of the court and demonstrated excellent body language and a team first attitude. Chase averaged 14.0 PPG and he showcased the ability to score from all three levels.

No. 53 6’3 ’19 Caleb Mills (Asheville Christian, Arden, NC)
In our opinion, Caleb Mills may be one of the more intriguing players in the state for the 2019 class. We’re talking about a lengthy (6’6 wingspan) scoring point guard that can absolutely “light it” from the 3-point line. While he has a reputation of playing with a calm approach, Caleb displayed a high motor throughout the day. He averaged 14.7 PPG and scored from all three levels. Offensively, Caleb Mills has the complete package. In addition to the efficient 3-point shooting ability, he has a nasty midrange game and also has great body control scoring at the rim. In addition, Caleb was a strong defender and could be one of the top sleepers during the spring and summer live period.

No. 68 6’4 ’20 Jaden Springer (Rocky River High School, Charlotte, NC)
Jaden Springer is the “total package” and the clear-cut top player in his class and is trending as one of the elite level players on a national level. Nursing a tender ankle, Jaden could have easily sat out this event. He was able to play two games and his performance showcased why he earned the prestigious Mr. Top 80 Award for being the top prospect in attendance. Jaden has a unique blend of strength, power, explosiveness and elite level athleticism, but also has a very smooth and fluid game. For Jaden, the game comes easy! More importantly, he may be the most efficient scorer off the dribble of any prospect in the country regardless of class. While he averaged 20.0 PPG, Jaden did it within the framework and rhythm of the game. To put it simply Jaden Springer is just a special young man and player!

No. 92 6’6 ‘21Noah Allred (NW Guilford High School, Colfax, NC)
Only a freshman, Noah Allred is oozing with upside and potential. He has been well coached and understands team defensive principles and plays with good effort. Noah averaged 10.6 PPG and was one of the top scorers for the freshman class at camp. Noah runs the floor extremely well and is best in downhill situations. Noah plays equally hard on both ends of the court and his size, mobility and versatility will be strong attributes as he continues to develop his overall skill set. In addition, what you see is what the finished product and that along speaks trouble for opposing teams and players.

No. 101 6’7 ’19 Imajae Dodd (Greene Central High School, Walstonburg, NC)
Simply put, Imajae Dodd is a “man among boys.” He is a physical specimen with large feet, lengthy arms (7’0 wing span) and can literally jump out of the gym. Imajae knocked out the combine testing with a 11’0 standing jump and a 11’7 running jump. To say Imajae plays above the rim would be a gross understatement. He averaged 12.0 PPG and played with a high motor and displayed toughness on both ends of the court. More importantly, Imajae is a strong two-handed rebounder and makes quick and timely outlet passes. We absolutely loved his competitiveness and positive body language throughout the day.

No. 116 6’9 ’20 Beau Maye (Hough High School, Huntersville, NC)
We’re sure Beau will be compared a lot throughout his high school career to his famous brother Luke at UNC. That being said, Beau is a fundamentally sound player. He has a high basketball IQ and simply understands the game. While he may a “below the rim” player, don’t let that fool you. He is crafty around the rim, has passer friendly hands, and nifty footwork around the rim. Sound familiar? Beau has tremendous range on his jump shot with a soft shooting touch. More than anything, he is a very coachable player, has a great attitude and demonstrates positive body language. Defensively, Beau does a good job of holding his position and plays sound man to man defense.

Team 6

No. 6 5’11 ’20 Jalen Cone (Walkertown High School, Kernersville, NC)
Plain and simple, Jalen Cone was one of the best players and athletes in attendance. Listed at 5’11, Jalen plays much bigger! He has a 6’1 wingspan and recorded a 42” running verticals and scored extremely high in every combine testing category. Jalen averaged 17.3 PPG, but it was his work ethic throughout the day that stood out. No one worked harder in the stations and games which alone speaks volume. Jalen can score from all three levels. He is a very efficient 3-point shooter but he is best off the dribble drive pull up jumper. While he has all the physical tools, attributes, but it’s his countless intangibles that stand out most to us. He’s a very coachable player, has a wonderful attitude on and off the court, and demonstrates positive body language at all times. In our opinion, he is the complete player!

No. 17 6’0 ’20 Lawrence Frost (Athens Drive High School, Raleigh, NC)
Lawrence was a ball of energy throughout the entire day. We were especially impressed with his defensive tenacity and intensity demonstrated. It was easy to see, Lawrence takes as much pride in his defense as he does his offense which rarely happens in a camp setting. His camp coach stated, “Lawrence was our glue guy.” He did all the little things that often goes unnoticed. In addition, he rebounded his position extremely well and ran the floor with urgency. He was repeatedly the first guy back in defensive position and range the passing lanes well in transition.

No. 30 6’1 ’20 Lee Langstaff (Carolina Day, Asheville, NC)
Lee averaged 7.7 PPG, that stat alone doesn’t even begin to tell half the story. We’re talking about a lengthy guard (6’3 wingspan) with good athleticism, but more importantly was one of the harder workers. He played extremely hard on both ends of the court. He gave out encouragement, displayed a tremendous attitude and plays well within the team structure. He was very unselfish and completely bought in to the team approach. Lee has outstanding ball speed and quickness with the ball.

No. 43 6’2 ’20 Ford Cooper (Carmel Christian, Charlotte, NC)
Ford Cooper came off an outstanding performance for NCISAA 2A state champion Carmel Christian. Ford has such a smooth and fluid game, that he doesn’t look as athletic, but that is the futherest thing from the truth. Ford has a 32” standing vertical and impressive 40” running vertical. To say Ford has just a tad of explosiveness would be a gross understatement. Ford has also been well coached, he understands team defensive principles and knows how to play within a team structure and demonstrated more of a pass first point guard mentality than as a scoring guard. In our opinion, Ford may have been too unselfish which is rarely seen in a camp setting, but that statement alone speaks volume to Ford on who he is as a player and person. For Ford Cooper, team success comes before individual success. Job well done!

No. 54 6’3 ’20 Christian Hampton (NW Guilford High School, Greensboro, NC)
Christian is a superb athlete and his combine test scores clearly validate our statements. He has a 31” standing vertical and a 41” running vertical. Time after time, play after play, Christian showcased a quick first step, tremendous bounce and produced some jaw breaking dunks in transition. Christian averaged 10.3 PPG, but his defense was equally impressive. He has the lateral quickness and length to create havoc on his opposing offensive opponent. Christian demonstrated toughness, grit, and most of all a very competitive spirt. In addition, his camp coach stated he was very coachable and listened as well as any player he has coached.

No. 67 6’4 ’19 DeMarcus Johnson (Lake Norman High School, Mooresville, NC)
DeMarcus is an athletic wing/guard with tremendous length (6’6 wingspan) More importantly, he was an incredible defensive player and rebounder. He has a nose for the nose and plays the game with 100% effort 100% of the time. We really like his motor and how hard he competed throughout the day. Simply put, DeMarcus didn’t take any plays off. His camp coach stated, “DeMarcus demonstrated grit, toughness, but was so coachable. He listened relentlessly and was the perfect teammate. He was very vocal and encouraged his teammates throughout the day.”

No. 78 6’5 ’19 Jace McKinney (South Brunswick High School, Southport, NC)
You can throw away the old saying “white boys can’t jump.” We’re talking about a lengthy and athletic wing forward. Jace has a 6’8 wingspan, a 31” standing vertical and an impressive 40” running vertical, not to mention he tested in the top 10% of almost every score on the combine testing. At the NC Top 80, Jace brought a complete game. He averaged 15.0 PPG, rebounded at a high level, but it was his heart and hustle that stood even taller. In addition, be blocked shots and simply did a little bit of everything on the court and played equally hard on both ends of the court. It was an impressive day to say the least!

No. 91 6’6 Matthew Smith (Independence High School, Charlotte, NC)
Matthew Smith helped Independence win the NCHSAA 4A state championship the night prior. In speaking with their high school coach, they didn’t get back home until 2:00am in the morning. That being said, you would think that Matthew may just take a rain check on attending the NC Top 80. Nada! Matthew showed up and demonstrated why he is going to be a special player. Matthew sports a 6’9 wingspan, 28” standing vertical and a 38” inch running vertical. He averaged 12.3 PPG but stepped it up even more on the defensive end of the court. He rebounded at a high level, altered and blocked shots, ran the floor like a deer. To make matters even more impressive, Matthew is only beginning to scratch the surface on his long-term potential. Look for his stock to explode this summer!

No. 102 6’7 ’20 Jaden Seymour (Northside Christian, Charlotte, NC)
Jaden Seymour may be one of the top prospects in the state that is virtually unknown on the national level, however that will change sooner rather than later. Jaden sports an impressive 6’11 wingspan accompanied by a 31” running vertical which allows him to play above the rim. We were impressed with his defensive play and was very effective finishing at the rim. As a matter of fact, Jaden had some spectacular finishes at the rim. Simply put, the sky’s the limit He averaged 12.7 PPG and put together a solid all-around game.

 

No. 115 6’8 ’19 Patrick Williams (West Charlotte High School, Charlotte, NC)
Patrick Williams just continues to impress each and every outing. Being young for his grade, Patrick battled Jaden Springer for the top prospect at the NC Top 80. We’re talking about a lengthy, athletic “point forward” that has tremendous 3-point shooting range and can score from all three levels. You just won’t find many players in the country that has his height, length, athleticism and overall skill set. Patrick averaged a quiet 21.3 PPG and displayed a superior performance at every level. We’ve been extremely high on Patrick for quite some time, but his long-term upside and potential are through the roof and may be one of the hottest prospects in the country this summer.

NC Junior Phenom Camp (March 10th, 2018)

Team 1

 

#1 4’6” 2025 Garrett Lane of Freemont, NC

Lane displayed a high basketball IQ, on both ends of the floor. He has a great attitude and really accepted the coaching and instruction given throughout camp. He shot the ball very well off the catch showing consistent range beyond the 3-point arc. Lane’s camp coach stated, “Garrett is a very good spot of shooter. Smallest kid we saw today, didn’t notice as he played very hard on both ends.”

#6 4’11” 2024 Jordan Barr of Blythewood, SC

Barr came into camp displaying a high basketball IQ, especially on the offensive end of the floor. He shot the ball well with deep range and a quick release and had a nice handle on the ball, getting where he wanted off the bounce. Barr’s camp coach stated, “Jordan is a great offensive player with a good IQ and penetrating ability.”

#7 4’11” 2024 Amir Wall of Raleigh, NC

Wall came into camp displaying a great attitude and he really did well taking on the coaching and teaching concepts provided throughout the day. He gave great effort from the first drill of camp to the final whistle of the games. He understands team play, moving the ball around the court well.

#8 4’11” 2024 Jacob Lawton of Raleigh, NC

Lawton was like a coach on the floor. He competed from start to finish and was naturally vocal, despite being one of the younger players in camp. He displayed a full skill set with the ability to get where he wanted off the bounce and shot the ball well with deep range. Lawton’s camp coach stated, “Jacob has a natural IQ for the game and is a great team player. He has a BIG heart, plays well under pressure and is a great passer. Watch out for him in the coming years.”

#12 5’1″ 2023 Nic Lane of Fayetteville, NC

Lane came into camp showing a great concept of team play. He has great court awareness and vision with the ability to throw pin point passes across the floor. He shot the ball well both beyond the arc and inside the lane. Lane’s camp coach stated, “Nic is great attacking and has a good IQ. He is a leader on the floor and takes good care of the ball.”

#43 5’6” 2023 Rory Skow of Raleigh, NC

Skow has the ability to always find himself around the basketball. He has a good basketball IQ and gave great effort throughout the day. Skow does everything well, from shooting, to handling, to defending. Skow’s camp coach stated, “Rory is a great team player. He fits into a lot of roles with a good IQ. He is a tough rebounder and defender.”

#51 5’7” 2023 David Tator of Fayetteville, NC

Tator came into camp giving great effort on both ends of the floor. He had a great attitude and wanted to be coached. He is a good athlete with the ability to defend the guards and wings. Also a good rebounder. Tator’s camp coach stated, “David is a very athletic young man, he plays non-stop with a great motor.”

#60 5’8” 2023 Deshawn Brown of Sanford, NC

Brown came into camp with a great attitude and gave great effort from start to finish. Brown showed the ability to get into the paint where he finished well around the basket. He has a solid basketball IQ and the ability to knock down 3s off the catch. Brown’s camp coach stated, “Deshawn works hard, has a good IQ and is a well conditioned team player. He showed good leadership.”

Team 2

 

#2 4’9” 2024 Jaden McCall of Leesville, NC

McColl displayed a high basketball IQ and showed a good understanding of team play. He plays the game hard and he plays the game smart. McCall finished well in the paint and also showed range beyond the arc. Jaden’s camp coach stated, “Jaden was a pleasure to coach. He had an excellent attitude throughout the entire camp.” The next step in McCall’s improvement will be to continue to get stronger.

#9 4’11” 2024 Josiah Peeples of Columbia, SC

Peeples is like a coach on the floor, very unselfish and wanted to get everyone involved (almost to a fault). He shot the ball well both off the catch and the bounce and he played with great confidence. Peeples’ camp coach stated, “Josiah is an amazing ball player. Impressive in so many ways. He has an excellent attitude, is a great shooter and his basketball IQ is off the charts.” The next step in his development is to continue getting stronger.

#13 5’1” 2024 Brycen Redmon of Fort Mill, NC

Redmon was a good team player and showed the ability to get everyone involved. He gave great effort on both ends of the floor with his quickness and showed the ability to knock down shots off the catch. Redmon’s camp coach stated, “Brycen is a strong player and a good shooter. He competes very hard and has good quickness. The next step in Redmon’s development is to keep a steady focus while on the floor.

#19 5’2” 2025 Clark Coats of Boiling Springs, SC

Coats is a very good shooter who went throughout the day with a very positive attitude showing confidence in himself and others. He has a good basketball IQ and is able to get his shot off very quickly with consistent mechanics. Coats camp coach stated, “Clark has a high basketball IQ. He understands the game and the adjustments that need to be made during a game.”

#20 5’2” 2023 Jordan Frazer of Columbia, SC

Frazer came into camp showing great confidence. He showed the ability to score at all levels, with deep range and the ability to create for himself off the bounce. Frazer’s camp coach stated, “Jordan is a scoring machine. He has an excellent jump shot and can finish in the lane with a variety of moves. He was a pleasure to coach with a great attitude.” Th next step in Frazer’s development is to maintain focus on both ends of the floor.

#27 5’4” 2024 Damani Day of Charlotte, NC

Day is a solid basketball player who has good range on his jump shot and is able to find the room to get his shoot off with solid footwork and ball handling. He is a very unselfish player who displayed a great attitude during camp with a good basketball IQ. The next step in Day’s progression would be to improve his off hand and finishing around the rim.

#34 5’5” 2023 J’quan Bethea of High Point, NC

Bethea was a great teammate giving great effort and playing very unselfishly, including being very positive. He is a good defender, both on and off the ball where he shows a high motor and great toughness. Bethea’s camp coach stated, “J’quan was an absolute pleasure to coach. He is a very hard worker on the court and is physically very strong.” The next step in Bethea’s development is to work on more consistent jump shot form.

#52 5’7” 2023 Demarris Day of Charlotte, NC

Day is a great teammate, showcasing a high basketball IQ and great concept of team play…getting everyone involved. Day shot the ball well off the catch and he handled the ball well under pressure. Day’s camp coach stated, “Demarris is a good player in all areas. He is willing and able to play multiple positions and guarded across the floor.” The next step in Day’s development is to continue working on his court vision.

Team 3

No. 3 4’10” 2024 Asa Rogisich of Raleigh, NC

Rogisich has a shooters mind. He has good form and great footwork and handle enabling him to get to his spots. He has a quick release and great confidence in letting it fly. Rogosich is a good passer and is able to play both guard positions with his skill set and IQ. He gave great effort on defense, defending the ball with a purpose…and he moved his feet very well.

No. 10 4’11” 2025 Jalen Mills of Hope Mills, NC

Mills plays way bigger than his size. He was able to get rebounds over larger players due to his motor and “want to”. He go up and down the floor with effort and hustle, has the heart of a lion His shot is solid when open. He gave great effort, for the entire day, on the defensive end. Mills is a fierce competitor who makes winning plays.

No. 15 5’1” Amaury Brockington of Hope Mills, NC

Brockington played very aggressive on defense throughout the day, doing all the little things that help teams win. His jump shot has good form and he plays with a noticeable love for the game. He took well to the coaching and instruction given to him throughout the day. The next step in Brockington’s development is to become as confident on offense as he is on defense.

No. 25 5’3” 2023 Marko Pandiloski of Mississauga, Ontario (CAN)

Pandiloski has a good grasp of the game. He has excellent moves around the basket and he was able to get into the lane off the bounce. He has nice form on his jump shot, with range, and he did a great job of playing within himself. Pandiloski played both ends of the floor with great effort and rebounded the ball well. He is a smart player and very coachable.

No. 33 5’4” 2024 DeVaugh Brown of Sanford, NC

Brown has the quickness and confidence to touch the paint with ease and he showed the ability to score over larger players. He plays the game with great tenacity and was in attack mode all day. He does a good job using ball fakes and sweep moves to get to his spots. Scored well at the rim. Next up in Brown’s development will be continuing to shore up his jump shot.

 

No. 35 5’5” 2023 Cortez Moore of Fayetteville, NC

Moore is the guy opposing coaches wish they had on their team and did not have to go against. He does everything well with a good basketball IQ which enables him to see thing before they happen across the floor. His shot is good when open and he was able to get into the gaps and penetrate for easy buckets. Moore gave great effort throughout the day.

 

No. 45 5’6” 2023 Matthew Joines of Kernersville, NC

Joines carried a very impressive game, he moved well with and without the ball. He finished well around the basket and he had incredible vision, throwing pin point passes all day. Joines has the ability to see the entire floor, a rare trait at this age. He showed good leadership and was willing to be coached. Joines camp coach stated, “Matthew Joines, get used to hearing that name.”

 

 

No. 53 5’7” 2024 Louis Bain of Clayton, NC

Bain has good hands, with a soft touch and nice moves around the basket. He has a nose for rebounds and works hard to get good position. Bain plays with a fiery, passionate attitude that most coaches will enjoy. As he continues to progress we would like to see him continue to work on his overall skill set, but his effort is a translatable skill.

No. 54 5’7” 2023 Macario Boneschans of Fayetteville, NC

Boneschans showed great court presence and awareness. He has a long wing span which helped him with rebounding and in the passing lanes. He found himself around the ball a lot today, as he has a knack for being in the right place at the right time. Boneschans has a good basketball IQ as he did things across the board to help his team win. He is a good athlete and has a very smooth feel to his game.

Team 4

 

 

No. 4 4’10” 2024 Kenton Stewart of Blythewood, SC

Stewart is a great teammate. He came into camp with a great attitude and gave maximum effort from the drills session to the closing whistle. Even though he was one of the youngest players in camp, he worked hard and produced in each matchup. Stewart moved well without the ball and he gave great effort as an on the ball defender. He has a good basketball IQ and is a willing passer, finding open teammates regularly for good looks.

No. 5 4’10” 2024 Zehren Hilton of Charlotte, NC

Hilton came into camp with a “Let’s Go” attitude. He does the little things, makes the winning plays, that keeps his team close in the game. He gives great effort on the defensive end, playing on the ball and in the passing lanes very well. Hilton’s camp coach stated, “Zehren had a great attitude, he never stopped playing hard or became negative at any point throughout the day.”

No. 16 5’1” 2024 Trey Henry of Fayetteville, NC

Henry knows the game and he plays with a plan to pick the opposition apart. He showed a strong ability to score the ball as well as set up his teammates for easy buckets. He is in an aggressive attack mode on both ends of the floor, relentlessly attacking the rim and guarding the ball with a purpose. Henry’s camp coach stated, “Trey plays the game with an urgency and passion that should continue to open up opportunities.”

No. 17 5’1” 2024 Malique Johnson of North Atlanta, GA

Johnson is a great player who seems to continue to get better as the game goes on. He got after it from beginning to end with a high motor that seems to never cool off. Johnson uses his quickness and determination to be a good all-around defender, both on and off the ball. He handles the ball well and runs the offense with ease. Johnson’s camp coach stated, “I enjoyed having Malique on my team and he is one we should continue to watch closely as he develops.”

No. 26 5’3” 2023 Keishaun Johnson of Columbia, SC

Johnson has great vision and a passion for the game. He plays with an urgency that is second to none, no matter who is on the court. Johnson has a nice shot and handles the ball very well. He attacks the rim often and plays hard defense at all times as he looks to continue to get better with each game. The next step in Johnson’s development is continuing to get a more consistent jump shot.

No. 36 5’5” 2023 Alex Godley of Burlington, NC

Godley plays hard, on both ends, for the entire game. He listens very well and does what is expected of him on the floor. He is a very passionate player and plays the game with a high motor. Godley showed to be a good decision maker with the ball. Godley’s camp coach stated, “Alex has a great attitude and he has nice size as he is able to score at the rim and in the mid-range.”

No. 40 5’5” 2024 Shark Baynard of Wilmington, NC

Baynard comes to work from the opening tip to the final whistle. He takes pride in doing the dirty work, rebounding, setting screens and making the extra pass. He also showed the ability to knock down the open corner 3. He has good size and nice ball handling skills to go along with his passion for playing the game. Defensively, he is able to defend the wing and the paint. Baynard’s camp coach stated, “Shark is one to monitor as he continues to mature. He brings his lunch pail to every game, for every minute.”

No. 46 5’6” 2024 Asher Brown of Brasstown, NC

Brown plays the game with an urgency that makes it very easy to keep in on the floor. He scored well at the rim, rebounds, defends the ball and passing lanes and he makes the extra pass to get his teammate an open look. Brown’s camp coach stated, “Asher has an attitude of doing whatever it takes to win the game.” Next in Brown’s development is to continue to tighten up his ball handling in tight spaces.

No. 56 5’7” 2025 Michael Tyler of Columbia, SC

Tyler has great size and he plays with a passion for the game. He scores, rebounds, knocks down threes (when his feet are set) and he is able to get the assist from different areas on the floor. He plays good defense both on and off the ball, throughout the course of the game. Tyler’s camp coach stated, “Michael plays with a passion that puts him on an entirely different level.” The next step in Tyler’s continued development is to continue tightening up his ball handling.

No. 57 5’7” 2023 William Otto of Raleigh, NC

Otto has great size, which matches nicely along with his ball handling and penetrating skills. He goes hard for the entire game and is very coachable, doing exactly as his coach asks him. Otto was able to consistently finish at the rim, with both hands and he knocked down a few mid-range jumpers with confidence. Next up in Otto’s development is to continue to work on the consistency of his form on his jump shot.

Team 5

No. 18 5’1” 2022 Hunter Westbrooks of Mebane, NC

Westbrooks came into camp ready to play. He competed in all drills and from start to finish of every game. One of the things that first stood out about Westbrooks was his ability to lead his peers. He plays with a high basketball IQ and has a solid feel for the game. Westbrook’s camp coach stated, “Hunter was my best on the ball defender. I really enjoyed working with him today.”

No. 21 Caleb Thomas of Matthews, NC

Thomas came out and played the game with a lot of heart. He showed the ability to shoot the ball and he had consistent range and form extending beyond the 3-point arc. Thomas’ camp coach stated, “Caleb was an excellent teammate, very positive and he was a joy for me to coach today.” Next in Thomas’ development is continuing to get stronger.

No. 38 5’5” 2022 Caleb Senyo of Fletcher, NC

Senyo was aggressive when attacking the basket and he displayed a confident handle with the ball. Senyo’s camp coach stated, “Caleb displayed the ability to be a really good player. He was named co-mvp in a couple of the games.” The next step in Senyo’s development will be to be more consistently vocal throughout the course of the game.

No. 61 5’8” 2022 AJ Cook of Waxhaw, NC

Cook is a ballplayer who has a high basketball IQ and can shoot the ball with the best of them. He has a good understanding in the pick and roll and was comfortable running his team. Cook’s camp coach stated, “Once he got comfortable, AJ was one of the top players I saw in this camp. Overall he has a great, very natural, feel for the game.”

No. 70 5’10” 2023 Cameron Lyons of Greensboro, NC

Lyons came into camp showing a great attitude as he worked hard in the drills portion as well as throughout the games. He brought a lot of energy to both sides of the ball. Lyons is a strong and explosive player who sets great screens. Lyons’ camp coach stated, “Cameron was great to coach, very enjoyable work ethic and personality on and off the court.” The next step in his development will be continuing to tighten his ball skills.

No. 82 6’ 2023 Tyveon Burch of Marshville, NC

Burch is a good ball handler and a consistent and confident shooter. He is good at attacking the rim and was very good at isolation situations. Burch’s camp coach stated, “Tyveon was one of the best shooters in the camp as he was able to stroke the ball, from distance, with no problem. He had an overall good day.” Next in Burch’s development will be to remain vocal on both ends of the floor.

No. 87 6’2” 2022 Kidd Brizek of Powdersville, SC

Brizek has great size and is very long for his age. His skill set is very intriguing as he has obvious ball skills along with great form on his jump shot. He is good at attacking the basket and once he touched the paint he finished well at the rim. Brizek’s camp coach stated, “Kidd has a lot of upside, even today he made improvements as his confidence gained from the start of camp to the end.”

No. 88 6’1” 2022 Angel Bowie of Lumberton, NC

Bowie is a very good athlete and he showcased that on both ends of the floor. He was a good rebounder and showcased the ability to push the break. Bowie’s camp coach stated, “Angel was one of the premier athletes in the camp, already playing above the rim as an 8th grader. He was an awesome player and carries a load of upside.” Next in Bowie’s development is to continue to sharpen his ball skills.

No. 96 6’2” 2023 Rashaun Robinson of Raleigh, NC

Robinson is such a fluid athlete and he runs the floor extremely well. He has good length and great size for his age and is a good rebounder, very active on both ends. He has soft hands and great touch as he seems to finish everything around the basket. Robinson’s camp coach stated, “Rashaun was one of our MVP players today and overall it was a great event for him.” Next in Robinson’s development is to continue working on extending his offensive package away from the basket.

 

 

Team 6

No. 28 5’4 ’22 Joshua Williams (Queens Grant, Charlotte, NC)

Joshua is an excellent ball handler. He is both quick and explosive for a young point guard. He’s best attacking the rim using his athleticism and aggressive offensive mindset. We were impressed with his overall work ethic, body language and ability to make plays. Joshua received high marks on his attitude, basketball IQ, effort and team play. The next step in his development is to continue working on his shooting shoot and range.

No. 39 5’5 ’22 Elijah Johnson (Calvary Day School, Winston-Salem, NC)

Elijah demonstrated a great work ethic during stations/drills and gave maximum effort and energy. Unfortunately, he was injured in his first camp game and we were unable to get a complete evaluation.

No. 62 5’8 ’22 Jondale Stanley Jr. (Kernodle MS, Greensboro, NC)

Jondale is a young athletic guard with a matching skill set. He made a big impression with his work ethic during stations and played extremely hard on both ends of the court. He already has good quickness and strength for his age/grade and has the ability to get to the rim and finish. Simply put, Jondale was one tough competitor throughout the course of the day. He averaged 8.3 PPG and earned game MVP once. The next step in his development is to continue working on his ball handling and shooting. His quickness and athleticism allow him to get to the rim but will need to expand his game to maximize his long term potential.

No. 65 5’9 ’23 Jaylen Currey (Ridge Road MS, Charlotte, NC)

The first thing you notice about Jaylen Currey is his terrific handles. He is an excellent ball handler. He has the ability and strength to get to any spot on the floor and is tremendous at finishing at the rim. More importantly, we were really impressed with his court vision and pin point passing. Jaylen’s camp coach gave him the biggest compliment. “Jaylen is a coach’s dream, he listens and plays so hard.” The next step in his development is to continue working on his shooting consistency. He has good range, but was inconsistent at times. That being said, Jaylen averages 9.0 PPG and earned on game MVP vote.

No. 66 5’9 ’22 Derek “Flash” Bradley (Mount Holly MS, Belmont, NC)

Derek has the size and strength to finish at the rim consistently. He is so quick and explosive off the dribble and has the ability to score at will. He has good shooting mechanics and good range. He averaged 11.7 PPG and earned one game MVP vote. The next step for Derek is to play as hard on the defensive side of the court as the offensive side. Derek demonstrated a great attitude, work ethic and definitely was an unselfish player and played well within the team structure.

No. 75 5’11 ’22 BJ Seabrooks (Carroll MS, Knightdale, NC)

BJ was a solid presence in the middle, not to mention excellent “passer friendly” hands and nifty footwork around the basket. One thing is for certain, BJ will play hard and give you everything he’s got. In addition, he rebounded well for his position and was active in all areas of the game. The next step for BJ is to continue to work on his overall ball handling skills and enhance this shooting mechanics.

No. 83 6’0 ’22 Jaleel Boles (Village Christian, Fayetteville, NC)

Jaleel has excellent length for his age/grade and is quite athletic.  He plays big around the rim and can become a defensive stopper. Jaleel has all the physical attributes to be outstanding player. He has good range and showcased a nice all-around game. The next step in his development is to finish with more efficiency around the rim. For a player of this caliber, he needs to work on becoming a better finisher at or near the rim.

No. 89 6’1 ’22 Coleman Bryson (Waynesville MS, Waynesville, NC)

Coleman is definitely a hard worker. He plays both ends of the court equally hard and is always near or around the ball. Coleman simply has a nose for the ball. He is a strong rebounder and finisher around the rim. We absolutely loved his attitude, basketball IQ, effort and overall team play. He was a “team first” player and did all the little things that often don’t show up in the box score. While he only averaged 5.0 PPG, his blue-collar work ethic earned his one game MVP vote.

No. 92 6’2 ’22 Jerrod Meltzer (Triangle Day School, Chapel Hill, NC)

Simply put, Jerrod is an outstanding young player. He has great hands and footwork and finished extremely well around the rim. He works hard on both ends of the court and demonstrated excellent timing on his shot blocking ability. Jerrod is a strong rebounder and has a good touch with range. While he also has good ball handling skills, we would like to see Jerrod work equally as hard on his “on the ball” defense, which is extremely important. Jerrod averaged 12.3 PPG and voted game MVP twice and was selected to the All Camp team.

No. 97 5’5 ’23 Caleb Hall (Sandy Grove MS, Fayetteville, NC)

Caleb demonstrated great energy and played hard the entire camp, both in stations and in game situations. He has the skills to be a defensive stopper since he has good quickness and natural basketball instincts, not to mention he rebounds really well for a young guard. The next step is quite typical for so many young players. They will need to continue work on skills and get stronger which happens with age and maturity. Caleb was a willing listener and was a very coachable young man. He came in with the right attitude and it remained with him the entire day.

Team 7 

No. 29 5’4 ’22 Alkevion Walker (G.R. Whitfield, Grimesland, NC)

Alkevion made the most of his camp experience. He improved each and every game where he averaged 10.2 PPG and earned two game MVP honors. He’s a tornado on offense utilizing his speed and quickness especially in the open court. We were extremely impressed with his ball handling and passing skills. Alkevion had superb court vision and had pin point accuracy on his passes. While he demonstrated an all-around offensive game, Alkevion was equally impressive on the defensive end of the court. He’s a super aggressive player and one to definitely keep an eye out for!

 

No. 30 5’4 ’22 Heath Faircloth (Midway MS, Roseboro, NC)

Heath is a fundamentally sound player that plays with tremendous heart While he wasn’t the most athletic, he made excellent adjustments which allowed him to take away shooting situations for his opponent. Heath demonstrated an excellent attitude and gave good effort throughout the day. The next step in his development is to work on his overall skill set and develop more self-confidence which will come with age and playing more.

 

No. 41 5’10 ’22 Silas Demary Jr. (East Millbrook Middle School, Raleigh, NC)

Silas is a hard-nosed two-way player. He plays an aggressive game especially on the defensive end of the court which is not often seen in camp settings. In our opinion, he has an advanced skill set and can score from various spots on the court. That being said, Silas loves attacking the rim and made numerous scoring opportunities off the dribble drive. He averaged right at 10.00 PPG and displayed a nifty all-around game.

 

No. 58 5’7 ’22 Cole Stuart (Northwood Temple, Fayetteville, NC)

One thing is for certain, Cole never backed down from any challenge despite having a smaller frame. In addition, he impressed us with his relentless approach in stations as well as the game, not to mention he even took a few defensive charges which rarely happens at camp. In addition, he was a very respectful young man that gave maximum effort and energy while

 

No. 72 5’10 ’22 Riley Berkoff (Guy Phillips MS, Chapel Hill, NC)

Riley showed strong progression throughout the day and got more confidence and comfortable after each and every game. He actually saved his best game for last and demonstrated a more aggressive approach. Simply put, he got better as the day went on. Like many young players, the next step in his development is to get physically stronger which will allow Riley to gain confidence and grow his overall game.

 

No. 76 5’11 ’22 Jamarie Loftin (AG Cox, Greenville, NC)

It’s hard to find a better leader in a camp environment like Jamarie Loftin. As his coach stated, “Jamarie is more than a player, he displayed the leadership of a general.” He was very local on both sides of the ball. He took serious pride in his defense and was suffocating on defense. As a matter of fact, Jamarie scored the highest marks in almost every camp category, whether it was attitude, effort, team play, use of offhand, quickness, and both offense and defense. Jamarie averaged 10.3 PPG and was once voted game MVP.

 

No. 84 6’0 ’22 Jalen Johnson (Gray Creek MS, Fayetteville, NC)

Jalen demonstrated a willingness to listen and learn which allowed him to improve throughout the course of the day. He has a quick first step and has the ability to finish efficiently at the rim. However, his strongest attribute of the day was his solid rebounding. Jalen simply has nose for securing loose balls and has good natural instincts on the floor and he was getting to turn the switch before he went down with an injury.

No. 93 6’4 ’22 Prashant Hill (Harris Road MS, Concord, NC)

Talk about upside and potential. Prashant has a lot to look forward too. He has a long slender frame who has a nice combination of athleticism and skills, not to mention he is only a seventh grader. Prashant had an absolutely fantastic camp where he averaged 12.3 PPG and was voted game MVP twice which earned him All Camp First Team honors. Prashant is tremendous at getting to the rim and finishing with consistency. If Prashant continues to stay the course and work hard, he has a chance to be a very special player.

No. 94 6’4 ’22 Miles McClure (Macon MS, Franklin, NC)

Miles has great size, skills and an amazing basketball IQ for his age/grade. We were impressed with his aggressive approach to the game. He has a high motor and a relentless competitive edge. Rarely do you find a young player that gives as much energy and effort. Miles also has passer friendly hands and is a willing passer out of the post area, not to mention nifty footwork in the paint. In addition, we were extremely impressed with his all-around game. Miles averaged 10.7 PPG and earned one game MVP.

Team 8 

No. 31 5’4 ’22 Corey Brown (Gray Creek Middle School, Hope Mills, NC)

Corey is a crafty and skilled point guard who created havoc on the defense the entire day. He was best at breaking down the defense and creating scoring opportunities for his teammates. While he only averaged 4.3 PPG, he continuously made one big play after another. The next step in his development is to cut down on some high risk passes that leads to unforced turnovers.

No. 32 5’4 ’22 Justin Monden (Heritage Middle, Raleigh, NC)

Justin is a high IQ and highly skilled point guard. We really liked the intensity and all-around competitive approach he took in each and every game. Justin was able to dribble penetrate with ease and used this opportunity to get his teammates open looks. Justin averaged 7.7 PPG and earned one game MVP by his stellar play.

No. 48 5’6 ’22 Joshua Rogosich (North Raleigh Christian, Wake Forest, NC)

Joshua demonstrated a great overall attitude and is a definite team first guard. He has a high basketball IQ and does a terrific guard of being selfless and a total team player. Joshua simply knows the game and scores within the rhythm of the game. You won’t find him taking poor shots or making unforced turnovers. Simply put, Joshua is a low risk and high return player. The next step in his development is to work on his foot speed and lateral quickness.

No. 68 ‘5’9 23 Luke Ledford (Daniels Middle, Raleigh, NC)

Luke demonstrated an excellent attitude, great body language and a willingness to learn and be coached. He has an advanced basketball IQ for his age/grade and is definitely a team player. While Luke didn’t take a lot of shot attempts, he was fairly consistent. That being said, Luke was a willing passer and enjoyed making the pass as much as scoring a bucket. The next step in his development is to work on his overall quickness and footspeed and ability.

No. 73 5’10 ’22 Cameron Oats (Trinity Christian, Fayetteville, NC)

Cameron Oats was clearly one of the top prospects in camp. He has a unique blend of athleticism and an advanced skill set. He has blazing open court speed and unbelievable lateral quickness for his age/grade. Cameron averaged a camp high 23.7 PPG and was voted game MVP twice and made the All Camp First Team. If Cameron continues to work hard and stay focused, he could be a very special high school player at season for NCISAA 2A state champion Heath Vandevender.

No. 77 5’11 ’23 Jack Walter (Corvian Community School, Huntersville, NC)

One has to love a young player that has the right attitude, right approach and plays the game the right way. He embraces the team concept and plays within the frame work of the game. He will take good and quality shots and will not try to hunt or manufacture his own shots. His points come within the rhythm of the games. The next step for Jack is to work on his perimeter ball handling skills and lateral quickness.

No. 78 5’11 ’22 Kylen Dillingard (Cornerstone Christian, Fayetteville, NC)

Kylen has good length for his age/grade and he used it effectively by finishing consistency in the paint. He has a great approach to the great and gives maximum effort and was a solid all-around defender. Kylen was an active two-way player and has the ability to play and guard multiple positions. The next step is to tighten up his ball handling skills Kylen averaged 6.3 PPG and showcased the ability to score from all spots on the floor.

No. 85 6’0 ’22 Miller Shouse (Gold Hill Middle, Fort Mill, SC)

Miller is a crafty, high IQ and fundamentally sound basketball player. He did so many things well. We liked the fact that Miller moved well without the ball and could score without being “ball dominant.” He was very efficient with his dribble. In addition, Miller averaged 8.0 PPG and was voted game MVP once. Miller is definitely a low risk high return player and simply knows the game.

No. 95 6’4 ’22 Dane Coltrane (North Iredell Middle, Harmony, NC)

We really liked the mobility and size of this young man. We’re talking about a post player with passer friendly hands and a willing passer out of the post. Dane is a two-handed rebounder and does a really good job of making the outlet pass to start the transition fast break. On the offensive end, Dane does a good job of keeping the ball high above his head. For the day, Dane averaged 6.3 PPG and was voted game MVP once. The next step for Dane is to work on his foot quickness and explosiveness.

Team 9 

No. 47 5’6 ’23 Elijah Green (Jay Robinson Middle, Charlotte, NC)

Elijah is a fast and speedy point guard. He did a demonstrate throughout the day of dribble penetration and getting into the lane. Elijah was a willing passer and did a nice job of distributing the ball to open teammates. Elijah averaged 6.0 PPG for the day which is good for a passer friendly PG. The next step in his development is to limit turnovers and trust his ability to shoot and make perimeter shots.

No. 49 5’6 22 Maurice Mitchell Jr. (Lewis Chapel Middle, Fayetteville, NC)

Maurice is a solid all-around guard. He has a nice blend of ball handling and shooting skills. Although he didn’t take a lot of shots, he was fairly consistent with his shot selection. Maurice played well with the team structure. He will need to keep working on his foot speed and develop more strength which will enable him to play with more self-confidence.

No. 55 5’7 ’23 Woodrow Jackson (Griffin Middle, High Point, NC)

Woodrow demonstrated an excellent attitude, body language, gave good effort and played well within the team structure. He does a solid skill set and nice feel for the game. In our opinion, Woodrow just needs to play with more confidence which will come with age, strength, and maturity. Woodrow did average 5.7 PPG and showcased the ability to score from multiple spots on the court.

No. 59 5’7 ’23 Jason Hancock Jr. (Greensboro Day, Greensboro, NC)

Jason did a tremendous job running the point guard position. He’s a pass first point guard that makes excellent decisions with timely and pin point passing. While he excelled at the PG position, he has the ability to keep defenses honest with his ability to score. He averaged 10.3 PPG and was named game MVP once. The next step in his development is to become more vocal on the court.

No. 67 5’9 ’22 Evan Presnell (Alexander Central Middle, Taylorsville, NC)

Talk about shooters! Evan Presell can flat shoot the cover off the ball. He is especially effective off the catch and shoot where he has a super quick release. Evan has tremendous range and can knock down shots with consistency. Evan averaged 11.7 PPG and was named game MVP once. The next step in his development is to enhance his overall skill set by developing a midrange game off the bounce/dribble.

No. 71 5’10 ’23 James Ellis Scott (Village Christian, Fayetteville, NC)

James told his camp coach that he hasn’t been playing the game for a long time. That being said, he demonstrated a great attitude, effort and played well within the team structure. In addition, he played hard and was a willing listener and a very coachable young man. He absorbed all the coaching instruction and gave it all he had. James had a very solid day and with his willingness to learn and get better, we believe he will do just that.

No. 74 5’10 ’23 Jordan Allen (Randolph Middle, Charlotte, NC)

The first thing you notice about Jordan’s game is his passion. In his first game, he didn’t feel like he had his best game and that bothered him. That alone spoke volume about him as a player and a person. Jordan demonstrated a great attitude, had a good basketball IQ and played hard. While he didn’t take a lot of shots, it didn’t affect the effort and energy given through the course of the day.

No. 79 5’11 ’22 Myles Archie (NW Guilford Middle, Greensboro, NC)

Myles Archie is oozing with upside and potential. He has excellent length, athleticism and an advanced skill set for his age/grade. He was one of the more fluid and smooth wing players at camp. Myles averaged 13.3 PPG and was named game MVP twice and was named to the All Camp First Team. In addition, Myles plays with a high motor and is relentless in attacking the basket. The next step in his development is to expand his offensive repertoire with the utilization of the mid-range game.

No. 81 6’2 -23 Brandon King (Lawrence Manning Academy, Sumter, SC)

His camp coach gave him the biggest compliment when he stated, “Brandon is a Charles Oakley type rebounder.” One thing is for certain, Brandon has excellent size, strength, and plays with energy, passion and an old fashion blue-collar work ethic. He’s such a physically strong player for only being in the seventh grade. Brandon averaged 15 PPG and was named game MVP twice. The next step in his development is to work and develop a mid-range jump shot.

Team 10

No. 22 5’2 ’22 Jaden Sanders (Sumter Christian, Dalzell, SC)

Jaden Sanders enjoyed a solid outing at the NC Junior Phenom camp. He demonstrated a good attitude and a willingness to be coached. Jaden did an admiral job of handling and taking care of the ball. He is willing passer and played well within the team structure. Jaden averaged 4.3 PPG and could have scored more if we were more aggressive with the ball. He is an excellent teammate. The next step in his development is to continue working on his skills, especially ball handling and shooting which will allow him to make the next jump in his development.

 

No. 23 5’2 ’23 Marquis Ophilant (Randson Middle, Charlotte, NC)

Marquis demonstrated toughness, grit and a tremendous attitude throughout the course of the day. He did a nice job of playing equally hard on both ends of the court and should be commended for his passer friendly mentality. Marquis displayed a great attitude, positive body language and competed well within the team structure. While he only average 6.7 PPG, that only begins to tell half the story in terms of his overall contributions to the team. Simply put, Marquis did a lot of things well and should be commended for his all-around play.

No. 50 5’6 ’23 Bryson Davis (Piedmont Middle, Charlotte, NC)

Bryson Davis simply put in work on both ends of the court. He was such a fun player to watch. He demonstrated a great attitude, displayed positive body language and played well within the team structure. Bryon averaged 12.0 PPG and was one of the camp’s more efficient scorers. He has advanced skill camp and can dribble, pass and shoot with the best of them.

 

 

No. 63 ’22 Kolbe Ashe (Hayesville Middle, Hayesville, NC)

Kolbe is a solid all-around fundamentally sound player that knows how to play, has a good feel for the game and demonstrates all the positive intangibles you would like in a young player. First and utmost, Kolbe is an unselfish and total team player. He is a willing passer and is always making the extra pass and may be too unselfish at time. Kolbe is a solid defender and understands team defensive philosophies. The next step in his develop is to become just a tad more aggressive on the offensive side of the ball.

No. 64 5’9 22 Brandon Scott (Trinity Collegiate, Quinby, SC)

One of Brandon’s strongest attributes is his ability to guard and defend multiple positions. He has a strong basketball IQ, great attitude and a team first approach to the game. Brandon is at his best driving to the basket and he can finish with contact and consistency. The next step in his development is to become a more efficient perimeter shooter and be more efficient with his dribbles. That being said, Brandon averaged 7.7 PPG for the camp.

No. 80 5’11 ’22 Chase Stonerock (Northwood Temple, Fayetteville, NC)

One thing is for certain, Chase Stonerock is one hard worker on both ends of the court. He is a total team player that demonstrated an excellent attitude and tremendous work ethic. Brandon averaged 7.7 PPG and played well within the team. Chase didn’t take a lot of shots but did take “good shots” and should be commended on his excellent shot selection. The next step in his development is to work on overall quickness and especially lateral quickness.

No. 86 6’0 22 William Kelly (Belmont Middle, Belmont, NC)

It’s not often to say that the team’s leading scorer was one of the more unselfish players in attendance, not to mention one of the better team players. He simply worked his tail off on both ends of the court and averaged a team high 17.0 PPG and was voted game MVP twice. It’s really impressive to watch a young player with his talent and skill set, also play with this effort and overall intensity. William was also selected to the All Camp First Team.

No. 90 ’22 6’1 Jackson Hawkins (North Iredell Middle, Olin)

Jackson Hawkins as excellent size, great attitude, high basketball IQ and can rebound the heck out of the ball. We were really impressed with Jackson’s ball handling and passing skills, not to mention he can really score the ball especially from the midrange area. Jackson simply is a tough, gritty and hardworking young player.

No. 91 6’1 ’22 James Wilkins (Salem Baptist, Mocksville, NC)

James had one of the camp’s most unique skill sets. He has length, skill, and simply knows how to play and play he did! We’re talking about a highly skilled player that tha has the ability to score from all three levels on the court. He has a high-level basketball IQ, creative handles and the ability to create his own shot off the dribble.

NC Phenom 150 Session 1 (March 4th, 2018)

 

Team 1

 

 

#1 5’6” 2021 Donovan Vinson of Neuse Christian Academy (Raleigh, NC)
Despite being the smallest player in camp, Vinson showed a great attitude and played very well within a team concept. He has a good basketball IQ to go with nice shooting mechanics and a quick release on his jump shot. Vinson’s camp coach stated, “Donovan has a great feel for the game and played really well once he got comfortable in the setting. He was a standout for me during the drills portion.”

 

#28 5’11” 2021 Camden Kepley of Lake Norman High School (Mooresville, NC)
Kepley came into camp displaying a high basketball IQ to go along with great effort and understanding of team play. He has good range on his jump shot with touch and confidence and he showed the ability to get into the paint. Kepley’s camp coach stated, “Camden has a great feel for the game, he shoots it well and gets the team involved.”

 

#29 5’11” 2019 David Mosley of Neuse Christian Academy (Raleigh, NC)
Mosley came into camp with a great attitude and displayed a high basketball IQ and really took to the coaching in camp. He showed an ability to run a team as well as being a vocal leader for his teammates. Mosley’s camp coach stated, “David did a good job running the team when he was on the ball. He had some range and was vocal with his team.”

 

#56 6’1 Unsigned Senior Byron Sanders of Ashbrook High School (Gastonia, NC)
Sanders came into the camp with something to prove and he played that way throughout. He has a complete offensive game, with good pace and the ability to get the rim or shoot the three ball. He defended well and was a solid rebounder for a guard. Sanders camp coach stated, “Byron played hard on both ends of the floor. He has good elevation on his jump shot and got into the lane often.” This one is a next level player and scholarship schools should take a look.

 

#57 6’1” 2020 Darius Best of Phillip O Berry Academy (Charlotte, NC)
Best came into camp and showed great basketball IQ and gave great effort from the starting tip to the finishing buzzer. He showcased good range on his jump shot and had confidence getting into the lane with the ability to finish. Best’s camp coach stated, “Darius is a very good slasher to the basket. He plays the passing lanes well on defense and showed nice step-back moves.”

 

#86 6’2” 2021 Terrence Harcum of Granville Central High School (Butner, NC)

Harcum came into camp and displayed all the attributes you want to see in a player and a leader. Even as a freshman this season, Harcum was one of the leading scorers in North Carolina averaging over 22 per game. He has a great feel scoring the ball with 3-level ability and touch. He is confident with the ball in his hands and has great length, coming up with numerous 50-50 balls. So much to like about this freshman.

 

#87 6’2” 2019 Trevon Bell of Freedom Christian Academy (Fayetteville, NC

Bell displayed all the great qualities you want to see during camp, with great attitude, a high basketball IQ and great effort throughout. He was a good offensive player with range and the ability to finish at the rim. Bell’s camp coach stated, “Trevon has great size, he defended well and scored the ball in all types of sets we ran.”

 

#111 6’4” 2021 Gary Williams of Apex High School (Apex, NC)
Williams displayed a great attitude throughout camp displaying team play and an acceptance of coaching. He has good size and displayed good quickness. Offensively he has a good arsenal with range on his shot and the ability to score both off the bounce or the catch. Williams’ camp coach stated, “Gary has good size and a great attitude.”

 

#117 6’4” Unsigned Senior Tyren Clark of North Mecklenburg High School (Huntersville, NC)
Clark passes the look test just as he steps on the floor with good length and a very strong and explosive frame. He was very athletic and aggressive on both ends of the floor and he finished very well around the basket. He has all the ability to be a lock down defender at the next level and he enjoyed doing all the tough guy stuff on the floor. Clark’s camp coach stated, “Tyren is a very aggressive basketball player. He was in attack mode all day and has a great feel for the basket.” Scholarship level coaches need to look here.

Team 2

#2 5’6 2020 Josh Miller of Langtree Charter Academy (Mooresville, NC)
Miller is cat quick and makes floor general plays on both ends of the floor. He made excellent decisions during the game and helps his teammates with his great energy. Miller’s leadership and athleticism will make him an asset to any team he is on. Miller’s camp coach stated, “Josh leads his team with gusto. He is a joy to coach as a high character leader. A true extension of the coach on the floor. Tremendous upside.”

#27 5’11” 2019 Brayden Dixon of Butler High School (Charlotte, NC)
Dixon is super athletic and a very talented left handed player. He has a tough 3-pointer and dribble drive game with a strong physical presence, able to use his body to dribble, penetrate and pass. Dixon’s camp coach stated, “Brayden has a great “team leader” attitude which is contagious for his team (in a positive manner). He has a winner’s mentality with a perimeter game combined with a strong post, dribble drive game.”

#30 5’11” 2020 Khaleef Jimmison of Hampton Roads Academy (Newport News, Va)
Jimmison is a super combo guard with exceptional shooting skills. He has complete basketball handles and can drive and finish at the basket with either hand. Jimmison plays with a great motor and can quickly change speeds with the ball. He has awesome defensive skills both on and off the ball. Jimmison’s camp coach stated, “Khaleef has great court vision and passes the ball with either hand. He has unlimited range with the jumper and a nice mid-range game. Has unlimited potential with a college game already.”

#55 6’ 2019 Benjamin Maske of Green Hope High School (Cary, NC)
Maske is a coach on the floor who knows only on gear … full speed. He loves to get his teammates involved and gets pleasure by making his team better. Maske assists to turnover ratio at camp was outstanding. Maske’s camp coach stated, “Benjamin has a good jump shot, with long and mid range. He is totally unselfish on both ends of the floor which makes him a great team player.”

#58 6’1” 2019 Devin Bassett of Enka High School (Candler, NC)
Bassett is a complete guard with some outstanding offensive and defensive skills. He understands the game because of his high basketball IQ and his hustle is only surpassed by his knowledge of the game. Bassett leads by example and made a living getting the key steal or making the key assist or nailing the big jump shot. Bassett’s camp coach stated, “When Devin has the ball in his hands a coach is able to rest assure he will make the right decision. He has exceptional skills with either hand and superior court vision.”

#85 6’2” 2020 Sylvester White II of Trinity Academy (Raleigh, NC)
White is a quiet player who leads by example on both ends of the floor. He seems to always be in the best position to make a play on the ball, both defensively and offensively. He runs the court very well, which is a key for any player to make major contributions to his team. White’s camp coach stated, “Sylvester’s attitude is one that is open to coaching and he learns quickly from his mistakes. He will continue to get better because he is smart and a student of the game.”

#88 6’2” 2021 Walter Ghaffar of Fayetteville Academy (Fayetteville, NC)
Ghaffar is an exceptional young man with translates onto the basketball court. He is able to execute on the fly and is a total team player. Ghaffar has a very good mid-range game and is able to knock down the corner 3-pointer with regularity. Ghaffar’s camp coach stated, “Walter has good ball handling skills, is good with either hand and is a willing passer. He is an all around good defender and certainly has a future as a major contributor.”

#115 6’4” 2020 Kobe Christian of Highland School of Technology (Denver, NC)
Christian is a strong talent in the post and demonstrates nice footwork from the post to the perimeter. He will continue to improve as he continues to play and grow in the game. Christian has exceptional passing skills from the high post and the block. He knows how to position himself in good offensive and defensive position. Christian’s camp coach stated, “Koby moves exceptionally well without the ball. He puts himself in great position on both ends of the floor and on the boards.”

#118 6’5” 2019 Dillon Harrison of Comenius School (Charlotte, NC)
Harrison is a supremely talented athlete who carries a high basketball IQ. He has a complete game that he can play positions 1-5 at the high school level. He has a great perimeter shooting game from distance, deep 3-pointers and in the mid-range. Ball handling skills are nice and has great passing skills. Harrison’s camp coach stated, “Dillon is a coach in the floor and leads his team by example. He has exceptional court vision with a complete understanding of what each position is supposed to do on the court.”

Team 3

No. 3 5’7 ’21 Ehime Abhulimen (Mt. Tabor HS, Winston-Salem, NC)
Ehime plays with good pace at the point guard position. His speed allows him to be a good on the ball defender. Ehime needs to continue to work on his off-ball defense, but that will come with age and experience. Ehime could get to the rim in transition as well as in the half-court set and finishes well despite his size. He plays within the team concept and attempted to get his teammates involved in the offense. Moving forward in his career, Ehime will need to get stronger.

 

No. 26 5’11 ’21 Brandon Cherry (Independence HS, Charlotte, NC)

Brandon played all day within the team concept. He guarded whoever he was asked to guard, set screens, and moved without the ball. Even while playing very unselfishly, Brandon showed the ability to knock down the three ball with consistency. He maintains a great attitude and is very coachable. Brandon doesn’t take plays off, and with this effort he will continue to improve. Brandon shoots the ball well from three, and he has good mechanics. He needs to continue to work on shooting off the dribble and creating his own shot.

 

No. 31 5’11 ’18 Kamarie Booker (Warlick School, Gastonia, NC)

Kamarie plays with a great motor. He rebounds the ball well on both the defensive and offensive boards. Kamarie runs the floor to defense with the same pace and desire he runs the floor to offense. You don’t coach that attribute. Kamarie has the ability to finish well in transition and can score in bunches. He makes good decisions in transition as well as in the half court set. Kamarie is also a solid rebounder from his guard position.

 

No. 40 6’0 ’20 Garrett McCollum (Uwharrie Learning Center, Pleasant Garden, NC)

Garrett is a very good shooter with a deep range. His shooting mechanics and very quick release allow him to get his shot off with ease. He connects on the three at a high rate. Garrett also is a very reliable off the ball defender, realizing how to play solid help defense. Garrett has a good basketball IQ, understanding space and movement. He moves very well without the ball, finding the open spot to relieve pressure and to be ready to knock down the three. Garrett plays with a team-first attitude that is contagious.

 

No. 54 6’0 ’21 Xzavier Ivey (Parkwood HS, Waxhaw, NC)

Xzavier plays with workman’s attitude. He has something that is hard to coach; grit. Xzavier is relentless on the boards, and he believes every rebound should be his. He gets after loose balls, and he is not afraid to get on the floor even in a camp atmosphere. Xzavier attacks the rim, especially in transition and finishes well. He needs to work on extending his range. Xzavier has a bright future, and I look forward to keeping up with him in his high school career.

 

 

No. 59 6’1 ’19 Dylan Jones (Roxboro Community School, Rougemont, NC)

Dylan is a great teammate and very coachable. He goes hard on every possession on both ends of the floor. He gives great effort and never takes a play off. He possesses toughness and a great attitude. Dylan plays unselfishly and knows when to pick his spots to score. Dylan is constantly seeking feedback and criticism of his game. Not many kids today will do this. Dylan showed the ability to shoot the ball well from deep. He is also a very good rebounder. He understands how to play the game.

 

No. 84 6’2 ’21 Stefon R. McLeod (Rolesville HS, Raleigh, NC)

Stefon was one of the most athletic players in the gym today. He uses this athletic ability to outrebound and finish over much taller players. He also finished above the rim several times in transition. Stefon is an outstanding on the ball defender, and can defend multiple spots on the floor. He is very good at defending the point guard position. As Stefon gains in experience, he could become a lock-down defender. With all that said, his best attribute is that he is extremely coachable. I expect big thing for Stefon. It was a pleasure being able to coach him. His upside is tremendous.

 

No. 90 6’2 ’20 Darien Long (Rolesville HS, Raleigh, NC)

Darien is great teammate and possesses a great attitude. He plays within the team concept, doing all the little things that gets a coach’s attention. He screens well, rebounds outstandingly for his size, and moves well without the ball. Darien can score in bunches when he gets going and shoots the ball with confidence. He is also a solid defender on and off the basketball, understanding help defense and positioning. Darien also has the ability to finish around the basket, especially after an offensive rebound.

 

No. 114 6’4 ’19 Javon Outlaw (Wayne Country Day School, Goldsboro, NC)

Javon is a player that is a threat to score wherever he touches the basketball. He can rebound on the defensive end and be at the rim quickly on the other end to finish. He also has very good hands and footwork in the post. He gets his shot off in the lane very quickly. He can score from the post position in a variety of ways, but also has the ability to handle the ball and shoot from the perimeter. Javon had to guard much bigger players and never shied away from the challenge. He is solid rebounder and defender.

 

No 119 6’5 ’20 Kendall Artis-McLean (Rolesville HS, Raleigh, NC)

Kendall is a very nice young player that showed the ability to score and defend in all three games. He is a very quick leaper and has a nose for the ball. Kendall can knock down shots off the bounce and the catch. As he adds weight and strength, Kendall will be a player to keep an eye on going forward. He plays with great energy and seldom takes plays off on either end of the court. He guards well both in the post and on the perimeter, showing the ability to defend many positions.

 

Team 4

#4 5’7” 2021 Kobe Ellis of Andrews High School (Andrews, NC)
Ellis is a solid point guard who has a good understanding of the game. He makes his teammates better with his unselfish play and vocal leadership. Ellis is a good ball handler who doesn’t get rattled when under pressure. Ellis’ camp coach stated, “Kabe has a high motor which is contagious to his teammates. He is a good shooter who can create for himself or his teammates. Only a freshman, he has the understanding of an upperclassman.”

 

 

#32 5’11” Najir Underwood of Woodlawn School (Charlotte, NC)
Underwood has a high motor and is a fierce competitor. He goes hard on both ends of the floor and can create his own shot off the bounce where he is a steady shooter. He can play on or off the ball, he moves well without the ball and is able to play at different speeds. Underwood’s camp coach stated, “Najir has an excellent burst that allows him to get by defenders and apply ball pressure on defense. He has very good ball handling skills. Has a lot of potential only being a sophomore.”

 

 


#53 6’ 2020 Tyler McCurdy of Highland School of Technology (Belmont, NC)

McCurdy is a big guard who runs the floor well. He is a solid athlete who has a noticeable love for the game and enjoys playing. McCurdy shoots the three ball very well from the corner, quickly establishing confidence from his teammates as they would drive and look to kick it to him often. McCrudy’s camp coach stated, “Tyler is a good shooter and a great teammate. Once he continues to develop his ball handling skills he will be an even more effective scorer.”

 

 

#60 6’1”2019 Hayden Isaac Murdock of Northwest Cabarrus High School (Kannapolis, NC)
Murdock is a very good shooter, whether it’s a catch and shoot situation or off the move. He is a legitimate threat to make shots from anywhere on the court. He runs the floor well to position himself for shots while the defense is in transition. He is a competitor who does not get intimidated. Murdock’s camp coach stated, “Hayden is a competitor who does not get intimidated. He is a confident player who is working on his ball handling as that catches up to his shooting ability he will be even more dangerous.”

 

 

#83 6’2” 2021 Quincy Pugh of Middle Creek High School (Garner, NC)
Pugh establishes post position very well on the low block. He has good footwork and is not afraid to pace the basket as well. He is a capable rebounder who is not afraid to get physical for rebounds. He ran the floor for some easy baskets. Pugh’s camp coach stated, “With Quincy’s size and skill set Quincy needs to play with more confidence, with his talent he should not defer as much. Already a good player, he has a chance to get even better as he continues to grow.”

 

 

#89 6’2” 2019 Cameron Kimber
Kimber is the ultimate leader. He is extremely vocal on both ends of the floor. He takes ownership for his play as well as holds his teammates accountable. He has a don’t quit attitude, constantly encouraging and supporting his team. Kimber’s camp coach stated, “Offensively Cameron can create his own shot, as well as create for others. He is a good shooter and can put it on the floor. He has a high ceiling as he has another year left of high school.”

 

 

#91 6’3” 2019 Brandon Ellington of Community School of Davidson (Davidson, NC)
Ellington is an outstanding scorer. He shoots it extremely well from the outside but can also put it on the floor for points as well. Because he has an outstanding shot, he uses it very well to set up his drive. He shoots the ball well off the catch with a good IQ and work ethic. Ellington’s camp coach stated, “Brandon is a great teammate and it is easy to see guys enjoy playing with him. Brandon will make any coach happy if he is on their team, he’s a player.”

 

 

#99 6’5” 2022 Elijah Gray
Gray has good size and a good skill set for an 8th grader. He rebounds the ball well and he knows how to establish himself on the low block. Gray looks comfortable facing up and has great touch and footwork in the high post, facing the basket. Gray’s camp coach stated, “Elijah has a lot of potential as there is a ton of talent in this young man. He was the youngest player in camp, but played very well today.”

 

 

#113 6’4” 2019 Jacob Hendrix of Davie County High School (Advance, NC)
Hendrix is a lefty who shoots the ball very well. He has good height at 6’4” which allows him to get his shot off regularly. He runs the floor well and is able to finish in transition. Hendrix is a good rebounder who is able to defend multiple positions. Hendrix’s camp coach stated, “Jacob is a good teammate who is also very coachable. With another year of high school that means Jacob has more time to reach his advance ceiling.”

 

 

#120 6’5” 2020 Linwood Grandy of Wayne Country Day School (Kinston, NC)
Grandy has great size at 6’5” and he is only a sophomore. He has good feet that allows him to defender the perimeter and good strength that allows him to defend on the block. Grandy has a solid offensive skill set and is an unselfish player. Grandy’s camp coach stated, “While I would like to see Linwood look to score more, he is a very good defender. Very versatile and is able to help a team immediately on the defensive side of the ball.”

 

Team 5

#5 5’8” 2021 Amir Davenport of Independence High School (Charlotte, NC)
Davenport came into camp showing a great attitude. The cat-quick like point guard used both hands very effectively showing his ability to get into the paint and finish at the rim. His camp coach stated, “Amir is a tough and very tenacious point guard. Very solid, he is one of the better freshmen I have seen this year. Special type of point guard.”

 

 

#24 5’10” 2020 Jarquz Jones of Pamlico County High School (Bayboro, NC)
Jones came into camp and gave constant, non-stop effort. He is a tough-minded player who has a gritty style and the ability to get into the lane with his quickness and aggression. He defends the ball well. Jones’ camp coach stated, “Jarquz is a tough guard who is able to finish in traffic. He has great court awareness and plays hard (on both ends) from start to finish.”

 

 

#33 5’11” 2020 Zachary Wooten of Alexander Central High School (Statesville, NC)
Wooten camp into camp showing a great attitude and an advanced understanding of teamwork and team play. He got back well in transition defense and showed the ability to touch the paint some and finish. Wooten’s camp coach stated, “Zackary is a solid athlete who had a great attitude throughout the camp.”

 

 

 

#79 5’9” 2020 Myron Poindexter of CB Aycock High School (Goldsboro, NC)

Poindexter came into camp with a great attitude and really took well to all the coach concepts provided to him throughout the day. The lefty is a slender and quick lead guard who is confident using either hand in traffic or at the rim. He showed the ability to defend the ball as well as see the floor throughout the day. In game two he finished with 12 points, showcasing a slithery ability to get to the paint.

 

 

 

#52 6’ 2020 Stephen McLamb is Homeschooled (Burlington, NC)
McLamb came into camp showing a great understanding of team concept and took very well to the coaching and teaching provided throughout camp. He has good range on his 3-point shot and is best in catch and shoot situations. McLamb’s camp coach stated, “Stephen had a positive attitude the entire day. He is a hardworking player. I am excited to see what more hard work brings him.”

 

 

#61 6’1” 2020 Hercules Orion Burgess of Concord 1st Assembly (Concord, NC)
Burgess came into camp and gave great attitude throughout the day, both in station work as well as on both ends of the floor during games. Burgess is a vocal player on the defensive end and he showed good court vision and passing skills while rebounding his position well. Burgess’ camp coach stated, “Hercules has an unbelievable attitude and is a real team player.”

 

 

#82 6’2” 2021 Lucas Taylor of Heritage High School (Raleigh, NC)
Taylor came into camp and displayed a high basketball IQ and had a great attitude throughout the day. Taylor showed to be a very coachable player and he gave great effort on both ends of the floor, throughout the day. Taylor’s camp coach stated, “Lucas has an excellent character and will have a very bright future both on and off the floor.”

 

#92 6’3” 2020 Charlie Hester of Langtree Charter School (Mooresville, NC)
Hester showed a high basketball IQ and really took well to the coaching and teaching provided throughout the camp. He scored the ball well, showing the ability to move well off the ball as well as shoot from beyond the arc with range. Hester’s camp coach stated, “Charlie scored the ball well around the basket and knocked down a couple threes off the catch. He is a very good rebounder.”

 

 

#112 6’4” 2019 Holand Baynard of New Hanover High School (Wilmington, NC)
Banner showed to be a very good teammate throughout camp, understanding team concepts of what the coach was trying to do. He finished well around the basket showing a quick release with touch. Baynard’s camp coach stated, “Holland is a very good rebounder and a solid shooter at multiple levels.”

 

 

 

#121 6’5” 2019 Myles Hunter of North Mecklenburg High School (Huntersville, NC)
Hunter played both ends of the floor with a high motor. He has great length and quick twitch athleticism that allows him to defend four positions on the floor. He showed touch and range, which paired well with his aggression getting to the basket as a scorer. Hunter’s camp coach stated, “Myles was an absolute beast throughout the day. He finished over the top regularly with great explosion.”

 

 

Team 6

#6 5’8” 2019 Benjamin Williams of Glen High School (Winston-Salem, NC)
Williams is a very passionate and hard-working player who will get to the rim and finish regardless of who he needs to go through, around or over. He has great speed with the ball in his hands and his foot speed on defense is great. Williams camp coach stated, “Benjamin makes plays for himself and others. He is not one to back down in any battle, he has that “eye of the tiger”. A great leader.”

 

 

#23 5’10” 2019 Tyler Harrell of Franklin High School (Franklin, NC)
Harrell does the needed things to make sure his team wins. He is able to get to the rim and score as he plays with an urgency to get the job done. He is not afraid to get after it, as he continues to develop he is one to watch play at the next level. Harrell’s camp coach stated, “Tyler has a high basketball IQ and the athletic ability to match it. He is every coaches dream player.”

 

 

#34 5’11” 2021 Zykimius McLean of Overhills High School (Springlake, NC)
McLean is a very good basketball player who plays at a very high level with his effort and ability to score the ball. He is a very good defender who has great foot speed as he is able to cover large areas of the court at a time. McLean’s camp coach stated, “Zykimius is a great shooter and is not bad at getting to the rim or in the mid-range. He has a great attitude and did well listening and putting it into the game.”

 

 

#51 6’ Unsigned Senior Robert Guyton of Christian Academy of MB (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Guyton is a good basketball player who is able to shoot, dribble, pass and play great defense. He competes from beginning to end as he puts an emphasis on winning. Guyton’s camp coach stated, “Robert is very coachable. He is a joy to coach in that as he does whatever is needed and asked of him. He is a great person and a player who will fit on any team”

 

 

#62 6’1” 2020 Jacob Price of Western Alamance High School (Elon, NC)


Price has good size and the IQ to go somewhere playing this game. Price has a high motor as he covers both sides of the ball and competes with the best of them. Price’s camp coach stated, ”Jacob is a very exciting and passionate player who takes the game very serious and plays like his life depends on it.”

 

 

#81 6’2” 2020 Lane Harrill of Cherryville High School (Cherryville, NC)
Harrill does a little bit of everything on the floor. He rebounds, shoots it, handles the ball and plays tough defense on and off the ball. He has a high motor and a good skill level as he plays to win the game. Harrill’s camp coach stated, “Lane has a great attitude and passion. He has the size and desire to be a force on someone’s college team. Keep an eye out.”

 

 

 

#93 6’3” 2021 Cohen Gaskins of Pinewood Prep (Charleston, SC)
Gaskins has great size and a great skill level to match. He is a great shooter at long range and can attack the rim off the dribble as needed. Gaskins is a very vocal player, talking non-stop on defense. He plays with an urgency to win at all costs. Gaskins camp coach stated, “ Cohen never takes plays off on either end and has a great IQ to go along with a strong frame and motor.”

 

 

#116 6’4” Unsigned Senior Tomas Butkus of Rabun Gap School (Rabun Gap, GA)
Butkus comes to play with an excitement and urgency that continues to spread through the entire team. He is very skilled at scoring and not afraid to get after it. He promotes teamwork and, at the same time, knows how to get it done for himself. Butkus’ camp coach stated, “Tomas is very coachable and would make any team better and immediately more competitive. He will do very well at the next level.” Butkus is a Division 1 level guard with great size and skill.

 

 

#122 6’6” Unsigned Senior Corbin Strother of North Mecklenburg High School (Charlotte, NC)
Strother walked in with great size and skill. He is able to finish at the rim, block shots, push the ball and run an offense. He has a very high motor as he plays from the opening tip to the closing whistle. Strother’s camp coach stated, “Corbin will be great to watch at the next level. He is a very passionate and hard-working player on both ends of the floor. Has a good IQ and is a team player.”

 

 

Team 7

 

#22 5’10” 2020 Jonathan Jones of Rolesville High School (Rolesville, NC)
Jones came into camp with a great attitude, giving non-stop effort from start to finish. He has a quick release on his jump shot and really takes pride in using his quickness to defend the ball. Jones’ camp coach stated, “Jonathan works his tail off. He is the first to every 50-50 ball and finishes well through contact.”

 

 

#35 5’11” 2021 Chris Daniels of Millbrook High School (Raleigh, NC)
Daniels came into camp with a great attitude and really took well to the coaching and teaching provided throughout the day. Daniels finished well and did a good job rebounding from the guard position. Daniel’s camp coach stated, “Chris has a chance to be very good. He has a solid frame and great vision. He also hit a good number of shots from distance.”

 

 

#50 6’ 2020 Maurice Brown of Phillip O Berry Academy (Charlotte, NC)
Brown came into camp showing a great attitude. He showcased a nose for the basket, able to score the ball inside and outside of the arc. Brown’s camp coach stated, “Maurice is a scorer, plain and simple. He gets to the rim and shoots consistently well while he pushes the tempo. Has the tools to be a good defender.”

 

 

#63 6’1” 2020 Jajuan Carr of Heide Trask High School (Burgaw, NC)
Carr is a supreme athlete with great strength and explosion heading toward the rim. He has great form and range on his jump shot which pairs well with his ability to get to and finish at and above the rim. Carr’s camp coach stated, “Jajuan is D1! Great shooter, great passer, great athleticism. When he locks in, Carr is also a tough defender.”

 

 

#80 6’2” 2020 Kobe Jones of Granville Central High School (Oxford, NC)
Jones is a great teammate, very vocal on the bench and very supportive on the floor. He came into camp with a great attitude and gave exceptional effort throughout the camp. Jones’ camp coach stated, “Kobe is an elite athlete with a nose for the ball. He rebounds well and finishes above the rim. He is a high upside prospect.”

 

 

#94 6’3” 2021 Daylen Berry of Panther Creek High School (Morrisville, NC)
Berry showed an ability to finish at the rim with good length, athleticism, and jet-like quickness. The competitive Berry takes pride in defending the ball. Berry’s camp coach stated, “Daylen plays with swag and wants to guard the opposing team’s best player. He has a good-looking jump shot and finishes well at the rim.

 

 

#110 6’4” 2020 Davidson Hubbard of Ardrey Kell High School (Charlotte, NC)
Hubbard gave great effort from the opening tip to the closing whistle. He has high-level athleticism and he showed it throughout the day. He has a strong frame and understood great team play. Hubbard’s camp coach stated, “Davidson has elite explosion as he spent the day dunking on everyone!”

 

 

#123 6’6” 2019 Davis Guyton of Christian Academy of MB (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Guyton comes into camp showing a high basketball IQ, giving great effort and a great attitude throughout. Guyton is a high-level shooter, with deep range and great footwork to go along with a quick release. He has good footwork and touch on the block as well. Guyton’s camp coach stated, “Davis is a pure shooter … as soon as he lets it go, go ahead and count it. Davis is also a great passer and has good touch on the block.”

 

 

#138 6’10” 2019 Filip Vuksanovic of Rabun Gap School (Rabun Gap, GA)
Vuksanovic came into camp and gave great effort, showing a great attitude throughout camp. He has a big personality as he is one of the best teammates you could ever ask for. He finished well around the basket and shot with confidence out to the 3-point line. Vuksanovic rebounded the ball well and he was a very good area rebounder.

 

 

Team 8

No. 8 5’8 ’18 Matthew White (Hargrave Military, Danville, VA)

Matthew White played like a seasoned veteran and showcased an all-around game for a point guard. He is one tough-nosed defender and plays with an extremely high motor. White demonstrated a terrific attitude, basketball IQ, effort and played well within the team setting. He may have been one of the quickest players in attendance, not to mention a solid jump shot. White finished well at the rim and he could be even more effective if he learns to change speeds.

 

No. 21 5’10 ’21 Ethan Pegram (Salem Baptist, Stokesdale, NC)

Ethan received unbelievably high marks in regards to attitude, basketball IQ, effort and overall team play. You have to love a young player that plays with as much heart, passion and desire as Ethan. He has advanced ball handling skills, excellent court vision and has the ability to score from all three levels. While Pegram only averaged 7.7 PPG, that only begins to tell his story. He is a passer friendly point guard that simply makes his teammates better. As a matter of fact, he received two game MVP honors and was selected to the All-Camp team for the 2021 class.

 

No. 36 5’11 ’19 Aaron Scott Pierce (Dixon High School, Sneads Ferry, NC)

One thing is for certain Aaron Pierce will give you maximum effort, energy, and will hustle his tail off. He was a consistent scorer especially in his first two games. More importantly, he demonstrated a winning attitude and team-first approach to the game. Pierce has solid fundamentals and a great overall feel. He will compete and has all the intangibles to overcome his lack of overall size.

 

No. 49 6’0 ’19 Marcus Metcalf (Wayne Country Day, Goldsboro, NC)

Marcus Metcalf is blessed with tremendous speed and athleticism. He finished well with strong aggressive moves to the rim, not to mention a solid jump shot. Talk about consistency, Metcalf scored eight points in all three camp games. While he can literally jump out of the gym, he has the ability to become a stronger defender which he has the capability of doing.  The next step in his development is to bring more defensive energy at times. That being said, he had a solid outing and even earned one game MVP award.

 

No. 64 6’1 ’19 Jake Smith (Enka HS, Asheville, NC)

While most players at camp get their notoriety from the offensive end of the court, Jake Smith made a huge impression with his aggressive on ball defense. He simply got after it on defense and was always matched up against the opposing team’s best player. Smith did show he could hit the perimeter jumper along with driving forcefully to the rim, however he brought as energy on the defensive end of the court of any player in camp.

 

No. 78 6’2 ’21 Garrett Bizyak (Broughton HS, Raleigh)

Garrett Bizyak is a fundamentally sound player that plays his role extremely well in a team setting. He demonstrated an excellent attitude and showed glimpses of his scoring abilities. Only a freshman, Bizyak knows the game really well and is a good decision maker with the ball. The next step in his development is to play with more confidence. That being said, he does have a high basketball IQ and knowledge of the game.

 

No. 95 6’3 ’21 Jalen Walker (Fellowship Baptist, Durham, NC)

Jalen Walker is a solid defender, but his biggest attribute is his high motor and relentless work ethic on the court. He’s a tough all-around player with a heart that won’t quit. Walker has good length and athleticism and has the ability to play and guard multiple positions. He is still somewhat raw offensively and once his overall skillset matches his length and athleticism, what out, he could be one to watch in the freshman class.

 

No. 109 6’4 ’19 Cliff Harris (Calvary Day, Mocksville, NC)

Talk about an unbelievable work ethic! Cliff Harris is Mr. Hustle. He simply gives it everything he has and is blessed with good athleticism and the ability to score from all three levels. Harris brings that “Lunchpail” blue-collar effort to each and every game. We have always been impressed with his toughness and those intangibles and attributes are the reason he already has a few D2 offers, not to mention he is a solid all-around player that knows how to play!

 

No. 124 6’6 ’20 J.D. Davis (Home School, Kannapolis, NC)

J.D. Davis is a long athletic young prospect that also plays with a high motor. While he has an unorthodox shot, he is highly efficient in his scoring opportunities. Davis rebounded extremely well and used both hands for the majority of the time. More importantly, Davis has a chance to really be a highly successful high school player. With continued skill development and improvement, he could be a major sleeper in the 2020 class.

 

No. 137 7’1 ’19 Nickola Vuksanovic (Rabun Gap School, Rabun Gap, GA)

What’s the old saying, “you can’t teach height.” It was hard not to notice Nickola Vuksanovic and yes, he has a chance to be really really good. Like many talented Europeans, he is a highly skilled rebounder and has the ability to score inside/out. We were also impressed with his soft shooting touch, but more importantly, he showed some toughness and grit on the court. Once he gains additional strength, he is going to be a legit D1 prospect.

 

Team 9

No. 9 5’8 Rashad Heggie (SE Raleigh HS, Raleigh, NC)

Rashad has a great feel for the game. His attitude is excellent and he’s very coachable. He’s a capable scorer at all three levels because of his ball-handling ability. More importantly, Rashad is an excellent teammate and looked to make others better the entire day. As he matures physically, he will be more consistent offensively, not to mention he will become an absolute pest on the defensive end of the court.

 

No. 20 5’10 ’20 Cody Fuller (SE Guilford, Greensboro, NC)

Cody has solid fundamentals and a good basketball IQ. He can dribble, pass and shoot plus has good range on his jump shot. Throughout the day, Cody demonstrated an excellent attitude and embraced the three-dribble rule and team-first approach. As he continued to mature, get stronger, Cody will improve in multiple area of his game. That being said, the foundation is there and has an excellent grasp of the game.

 

No. 37 6’0 ’18 Andreas Wilson (Kerr Vance, Louisburg, NC)

Simply put, Andreas is an unsigned senior that D2 schools should be all over. Andreas is a great competitor on both ends of the court. He’s extremely athletic and plays above the rim. Without question, he plays much taller than his listed height. We were impressed with his tremendous “on the ball” defense and is excellent off the ball as well. Offensively, he has a complete game. He shoots it well and has tremendous bounce. Andreas averaged 23.0 PPG and was selected to the First Team ALL-CAMP TEAM for the 2018 class. College coaches need to take notice of this unsigned senior. He’s ready to help a program.

 

No. 48 6’0 Landon Sutton (High Point Christian, Oak Ridge, NC)

Landon is a natural leader on the floor and is an extension of the coach. He shoots it well from all spots on the court and is a threat to break down the defense at any moment with his basketball IQ and crafty play. Landon averaged 17.0 PPG and his overall play earned him an invite to the prestigious NC Top 80 camp. With more physical maturity, Landon is going to hit the radar of collegiate coaches. Simply put, he’s a coach’s dream at the helm with the ball in his hands.

 

No. 65 6’1 ’18 Justin Lucas (Ashbrook High School, Gastonia, NC)

Justin has a lot of game and a tight and efficient handle. He shoots it comfortably with range and has the ability to break down the defense which allows him to make “kick out” passes to open teammates. He has a high basketball IQ and very coachable. If he takes a reclass or preps a year to get physically stronger, he could help a D3 program.

 

 

No. 77 6’2 ’20 Elijah Smith (Butler High School, Charlotte, NC)

The youthful Smith has good length, bounce and a unique blend of athleticism and matching skill set and definitely one to watch. His length and quickness will create problems on the defensive end of the court. In addition, he has pretty good handles and nice shooting mechanics on his jump shot. Like many younger players, he just needs to get physically stronger. Elijah as a great foundation and will be one to watch in the next few years in the Charlotte area.

 

No. 96 6’3 ’19 Jalen Ware (East Forsyth, Winston-Salem, NC)

Jalen really has some excellent upside and potential. We’re talking about a lengthy, athletic and bouncy combo guard. He made good decisions with the ball, handles it well and shot it with confidence and efficiency. Without question, Jalen has a high ceiling and accompanied with more game experience, he could be one to watch in the Winston-Salem area.

 

No. 108 6’4 ’20 Case Roach (Travelers Rest High School, Travelers Rest, SC)

Case set the tone on both ends of the court and was a natural team leader, which is extremely hard to do in a one-day camp setting. He’s a solid athlete with a very high basketball IQ. Defensively, he makes incredible reads and is always in position to make a play. He’s tough on the glass and battles every possession. Offensively, he finishes at the rim and stretches the floor with his 3-point shooting ability. Case is a coach’s dream and is definitely a next level player. He averaged right at 14 PPG and made the 2020 All Camp First Team.

 

No. 125 6’6 ’19 Jeremyah McWilliams (Overhills High School, Spring Lake, NC)

Jeremyah is a long, rangy athlete. He’s a great teammate and is a player willing to do all the little things to win games. He has a great touch around the rim and altered a lot of shots on the defensive end of the court. We strongly believe Jeremyah has next level length and athleticism. The next step in his development is to get physically stronger and improve his conditioning. That being said, he has the physical attributes in place to be a very opposing player. Jeremyah averaged right at 10 PPG and while we didn’t keep rebounding stats, he also made an immediate impact clearwing the glass.

 

No. 136 5’11 Joshua Gooding (Aycock High School, Pikesville, NC)

Joshua is a good athlete who caused a lot of problems on both ends of the court. He has a good handle and attacks the rim extremely well off the dribble. His shooting mechanics are solid, but has the ability to be an effective shooting point guard with some additional work. That being said Joshua looked to make the pass rather than score which is an excellent attribute in your point guard. Overall, Joshua demonstrated a relentless work ethic, competed and showcased natural leadership qualities throughout the day.

Team 10

No. 10 5’8 ’21 Torrey Brown (Word of God, Raleigh)

Torrey Brown is the epitome of a point guard. He is a pass-first floor general that has excellent court vision, makes timely passes, and get teammates in scoring positon. Torrey has a high basketball IQ and simply makes others around him better. More importantly, Torrey has the ability to score, but making the assist was equally or more important to him. While he didn’t score a boatload of points, he was named game MVP due to his unselfish and overall team play.

 

No. 19 5’10 ’20 Anthony Allen (Independence High School, Charlotte, NC)

Playing for NCHSAA 4A state champion coach Preston Davis, you could easily expect this athletic young guard would have a great attitude and be a terrific “on ball” defender.” Anthony provided great energy, enthusiasm and passion which can be contagious to his teammates. Anthony did a good job finishing around the rim and averaged 10.6 PPG for the three camp games. Look for Anthony to be a major contributor as Independence defends its state championship.

 

No. 38 6’0 ’20 Andrew Smith (Warren County High School, Warrenton, NC)

Andrew Smith is a team first player and is very unselfish and as a matter of fact could be too unselfish at times. He is constantly looking to make others around him better. Andrew demonstrated an excellent attitude and was very coachable. He has a good-looking jump shot and was a solid on ball defender. The next step in his development is to gain strength and be more aggressive at times.

 

No. 47 6’0 ’20 Lamonti Lewis (Pamlico County High School, Bayboro)

Lamonti is a super athletic young player that is oozing with lots of upside and potential. While he is somewhat still raw offensively, he is a superb rebounder for his size/position. Lamonti is both active and aggressive on both ends of the court and is constantly hustling and giving 100% effort. The next step in his development is to continue his overall skill development.

 

 

No. 76 6’2 ’20 Bryce Causey (SW Guilford High School, Jamestown, NC)

Bryce enjoyed a really good camp. He was an effective and efficient scorer and could score from all three levels. He was especially good at getting into open spaces where he was constantly knocking down shots. In addition to being an excellent shooter, Bryce was a crafty and willing passer. He has a nice balanced game. He is very coachable and maintained a great attitude throughout the day. Bryce averaged 11.3 PPG in the three camp games.

 

No. 97 6’3 ’19 Jaylen Moore (Overhills High School, Spring Lake, NC)

One thing is for certain, you don’t have to coach/teach effort for Jaylen Moore. This young man is wired to give maximum effort and energy. He is a very coachable player and continued to improve each and every game. Jaylen has solid ball handling and passing skills and shot the ball really well in the second game of camp.

 

 

No. 107 6’3 ’21 Blane St. Clair (Watauga High School, Boone, NC)

We really like the potential of freshman Blane St. Claire. We’re talking about a young player that simply knows how to play the game. He has an excellent basketball IQ, plays within the framework of the game and can do all facets of the game. He averaged 10.3 PPG and shot the ball extremely well. In addition, he was very patience in his shot selection and was just a nice all-around team player.

 

No. 126 6’6 ’21 Noah Allred (NW Guilford High School, Colfax, NC)

Noah Allred is simply a star on the horizon and will be a hot next level prospect. We’re talking about a highly skilled hybrid forward that can score from all three levels. He has an impeccable feel for the game and will be in the conversation as one of the better players in the North Carolina 2021 class. In the three camp games, he averaged 14 PPG and was named to the First Team All Camp team for the 2021 class.

 

No. 135 6’9 ’20 Justus Shelton (Mountain Heritage High School, Mars Hill, NC)

What’s not to like about a young, slender, lengthy 6’9 forward. The only thing missing is needed strength which will come. That being said, he has a countless number of attributes and intangibles that are often not seen in such a young prospect. Justus averaged 14.3 PPG and was name First Team All Camp team for the 2020 class. With his stellar play at the NC Top 80, Justus earned an invite to the prestigious NC Top 80

 

Team 11

 

No. 11 5’9 ’21  Avery Wade (Athens Drive High School, Cary, NC)
Avery had a very solid day of camp. He was very attentive in the huddle and demonstrated excellent listening skills, which is a great quality to have.  He was outstanding on defense and played with a lot of passion. On offense, Avery was very unselfish and only took shots within the framework of the game and was a very efficient shot maker. In addition, Avery has good ball handling skills and has a chance to be an outstanding high school player.

 

 

No. 18 5’9 ’19 Tracy Whitfield (Wayne Country Day, Goldsboro, NC)
What Tracy lacks in sheer physical size, he more than makes up in pure effort and energy. Tracey played with tenacity in all three camp games, not to mention he has an excellent feel for the game. We were impressed with his overall basketball IQ and overall feel for the game. In addition, Tracy moved well without the ball and rebounded well for his size. Overall, Tracey came in with a great attitude and worked his tail off in the stations which carried over into game situations.

 

 

No. 39 6’0 ’19 Daniel Alec Bryan (Pikesville High School, Pikesville, NC)
Without question, Daniel was one of the hardest working players in attendance. It was effort, effort and more effort and he was terrific on both ends of the court. In his second camp game, he poured in a game high 18 points and demonstrated a nice all-around game. He scored from all three levels, played aggressive and was a great team player. His solid play earned him a game MVP.

 

 

No. 46 6’0 ’20 Kennedy Miles (Walter Williams High School, Burlington, NC)
Kennedy definitely made an impression on the various scouts in attendance. We’re talking about a young player who has the ability to play at the next level if he continues to work. He played extremely well and had two games of 13 and 11 points respectively and was even named game MVP. In addition, he had a great all-around attitude and was an absolute monster on the defensive end of the court. Kennedy constantly got into the lane and creating scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates.

 

 

No. 67 Kyle Clark (Neuse Christian Academy, Raleigh, NC)
Shooters translate and Kyle had a really good day of shooting the ball. He has excellent shooting mechanics, a soft touch and ability to knock down shots with consistency. In the first two games, Kyle scored 12 and 14 respectively and was very effective off the “catch and shoot” situation. In addition, Kyle is not a ball dominant player and doesn’t have to have the ball in his hands at all times to be an effective scorer. The next step in his development is to work on being more aggressive on both ends of the court.

 

 

No. 75 6’2 ’20 Anthony Testa (Ardrey Kell High School, Charlotte, NC)
Anthony Testa is the type of young player that does a lot of little things well. He has good fundaments, strong basketball IQ and nice feel for the game, not to mention excellent decision-making abilities. Antony is a willing listening and is eager to absorb coaching instruction which illustrated his team first approach to the game. Anthony averaged almost 9 PPG and was a very coachable young player.

 

 

No. 98 6’3 ’19 Jaylen Prioleau (Piedmont Community, Charlotte, NC)
It was a coming out party for the Jaylen Prioleau. He finished well at the rim plus had the ability to score from all three levels. While Jaylen is a very talented player, we were equally impressed with his overall defense. He brought his “A Game” to camp. Jaylen averaged 14 PPG and was named game MVP not once, but twice and made the ALL CAMP TEAM. Jaylen moved well without the ball and was one of the more efficient scorers with less dribbles.

 

 

 

No. 127 6’6 ’20 Traymond Willis-Shaw (Westover High School, Fayetteville, NC)
Talk about upside and potential! Traymond is a long, lengthy and athletic wing. His upside is one of his strongest attributes as a player. Traymond demonstrated range and touch along with being an aggressive finisher around the rim. He ran the floor well, rebounded with two hands and played above average defense. If Traymond continues to refine his overall skill set and get stronger, there is no reason why he can’t play at the appropriate collegiate level.

 

 

6’7 ’201 Will Felton (Millbrook High School, Raleigh, NC)
Will Felton is one of the promising young freshmen in the state. Felton was invited to the NC Top 80 but could not attend due to a scheduling conflict but decided to support the NC Phenom 150 camp. Felton averaged right at 14 PPG and was names game MVP twice. Felton has a nice inside-out game. His post moves are superb and his turn around jump shot is high level move for someone his age/grade. If Felton stays the course, the sky’s the limit for this talented young man.

 

 

Team 12 

 

No. 12 5’9 ’21 Clay “Smoke” Hodges (Lake Norman HS, Hiddenite, NC)
Clay Hodges is your consummate “pass first” point guard. He is as interested in making the assist and the right play for his teammates as he is scoring, not to mention he demonstrated an excellent attitude and team first approach the entire day. We were impressed with his tight handles and excellent court vision, especially making the “pitch ahead” pass. In addition, Clay showcased outstanding leadership on the court. The next step in his development is to continue working on strength and lateral quickness.

 

 

No. 17 5’9 ’20 Takim Boyd (Ashbrook HS, Gastonia, NC)
Takim Boyd played with an extremely high motor and played relentless defense throughout the course of the day. He has good lateral quickness and this allows him to utilize his size in a positive manner. Takim has the ability to get up “under” the offensive player and put tremendous on ball pressure. While he didn’t score a tremendous amount of points throughout the day, he took pride in his defense which is not often seen in a camp setting.

 

 

No. 45 6’0 ’18 Joshua Foote (Liberty HS, Bealeton, VA)
Joshua demonstrated a great attitude, displayed a team first approach the entire day. While he didn’t score a tremendous amount of point, he played hard and with a sense of urgency. Joshua has solid fundamentals and a good overall feel for the game. He rebounded well for his position and did an above average on the defensive end of the court.

 

 

No. 68 6’1 ’20 Myles Adams (East Lincoln HS, Stanley, NC)
Myles Adams is a fundamentally sound player. He has a high basketball IQ and demonstrated a great attitude throughout the day. While he didn’t take a large number of shots, he was quite efficient and made good decisions on the court, especially his shot selection. The next step in his development is to get a little more aggressive on both ends of the court and he may have been a little too unselfish at times.

 

 

 

No. 74 6’1 ’19 Viontre Woody (Branchville HS, Orangeburg, SC)
Viontre has good athleticism and overall quickness. He plays really hard on both ends of the court. He gave good energy and effort throughout the day. Viontre has a solid skill set but could expand upon his current skill set. He was a willing listener and was eager to learn. The next step in his development is to continue working on his shooting mechanics and overall ball handling skills.

 

 

No. 100 6’3 ’20 Kurtis Taylor (Neuse Christian Academy, Raleigh, NC)
Kurtis Taylor has good size, skill set, and athleticism. He is a hard worker in the stations as well as the game situations. Simply put, he is just a great all-around player that does a little bit of everything well. He can handle, pass, shoot and play terrific defense. We were equally impressed with his unselfish play and overall team first approach. He was constantly making the right pass at the right time. Kurtis just needs to keep working on his overall skill set. He has the physical intangibles to play at the next level.

 

 

No. 105 6’3 ’21 Trevor Kelly (West Stanly HS, Locust, NC)
Trevor Kelly simple has that nice all-around game. He has good fundamental, great attitude, high basketball IQ and plays well within the team structure. Trevor has the ability to score from all three levels, hit the midrange and score from the 3-point line. In addition, he was effective off the catch and has the ability to create his own shot off the bounce/dribble. The next step in his development is to continue working on lateral quickness and overall athleticism.

 

 

No. 128 6’7 ’19 Daniel Lobach (Cape Fear Christian, Durham, NC)
Daniel Lobach came in as a virtual unknown and left with an invite to the prestigious NC Top 80. We’re talking about a highly skilled and aggressive two-way player that plays with tremendous effort and energy and is a legit D1 prospect. Daniel averaged 12.3 PPG and earned two game MVP votes and made the NC Phenom 150 All Camp Team. Daniel has tremendous upside and potential. The next step for Daniel is just believe in himself! He has the ingredients such as size, skill set and athleticism.

 

 

No. 133 6’7 ’18 Tyzhaun Claude (Goldsboro HS, Goldsboro, NC)
Without question, Tyzhaun Claude is one of the top unsigned seniors in the loaded North Carolina 2018 class. Last season, Tyzhuan battled a medical condition and is now fully recovered. He has size, athleticism and an eager approach to the game. He simply brings it every time he steps onto the court. In addition, he averaged a double-double for his high school team and did the same at camp. He averaged 18 PPG and was voted game MVP in each and every game where he made the All Camp First Team.

 

 

No. 139 6’6 ’19 Kahair Rogers (Liberty Heights, Charlotte, NC)
We’re talking about a lengthy, bouncy and athletic wing that can score from all three levels. He was creative off the bounce and was quite effective off the catch. In addition, he has a quick first step and was aggressive in his offensive moves to the rim. Kahair averaged 10.3 and was voted game MVP once. We also liked his defensive intensity and ability to play and guard multiple positions on the court. He has the mobility and versatility to become a legit D1 prospect.

 

 

Team 13 

 

No. 13 5’9 ’23 Cole Callaway (Davidson Day, Mooresville, NC)
Cole was one of the few middle school players attending the high school camp. We’re talking about a fundamentally sound, high IQ, and terrific 3-point shooter. Cole is most effective in a “catch and shoot” situation. Once he has his feet squarely set, he is a highly efficient. Playing up against older, stronger and faster players will produce long term dividends over his middle school and high school career. The next step in his development is to improve lateral quickness and enhance his ability to create his own shot off the bounce/dribble.

 

 

No. 16 5’9 ’21 Justin Holland (Greenfield School, Wilson, NC)
Justin has solid fundamentals and an all-around skill set. He demonstrated an excellent attitude, positive body language, and played well within the team concept. Justin didn’t take a tremendous amount of shot, but he was selective in his shot selection. He has good shooting mechanics and range. The next step in his development is to become more aggressive in utilizing his overall skill set in game situations. In addition, if Justin can also work on developing his “offhand” will only make him better and more difficult to guard.

 

 

No. 41 6’0 ’19 George Jones (Pamlico County HS, Bayboro, NC)
George may have been one of the favorite players to watch in the entire camp. Playing in the NCHSAA 1A Eastern Championship the day before, George came to the NC Phenom150 on the intent of earning an invite to the NC Top 80 and it was “mission accomplished.” Simply put, George knows how to play and makes others around him better. While he has the ability to score and did so by averaging 12.3 PPG, George was a willing passer and excellent teammate. More importantly, George was a leader on and off the court, but most of all is a WINNER!

 

 

No. 44 6’0 ’20 John Tastinger (Franklin HS, Otto, NC)
John demonstrated a great attitude and played well within the team structure. He is fundamentally sound but could be more aggressive on the defensive end of the court. As a player, one can easily recognize his overall talent and has the ability to knock down shots from the perimeter and from the 3-point line. He is best in a catch and shoot situation and if he adds a shot/pump fake to his offensive repertoire, he will be a much more dangerous offensive player.

 

 

No. 70 6’1 ’21 Oliver O’Brien (Lake Norman Charter HS, Davidson, NC)
Only a freshman, Oliver demonstrated a willingness to listen and learn. He had a great attitude and displayed tremendous effort and energy throughout the course of the day, stations as in game situations. While he didn’t score a boatload of points, he played well within the team structure and was a little too unselfish at times, which is rare in camp settings. The next step in his development is to play with more self-confidence and be a little more aggressive.

 

 

No. 73 6’1 ’21 Trae Benham (Concord First Assembly, Concord, NC) 
Trae is a dynamo on the court. He is both consistent and aggressive on both ends of the court, but is especially dangerous offensively. He can score from all three levels but is a tremendous scoring threat from beyond the 3-point line. In addition, he creates problems for the defense because of his offensive versatility. He has the ability to effectively score off the catch and shoot but is equally lethal in his crafty and aggressive drives to the basket. Trae averaged 12.3 PPG and was voted game MVP twice and was named to the All Camp First Team.

 

 

No 101 6’3 ’20 LucRichard Rameau (Ravenscroft School, Raleigh, NC)
LucRichard was a man on a mission at the NC Phenom 150 camp. He demonstrated a high motor, aggressive approach on both ends of the court. He is a natural scorer and has a scorer’s mentality. He averaged 24 PPG and was voted game MVP twice which earned him All Camp First Team honors. In addition, he was selected to the prestigious NC Top 80 camp. He has the unique ability to finish at the rim with contact. The next step in his development is cut down on unforced turnovers.

 

 

No. 104 6’3 ’20 Meelad Doroodchi (Pine Lake Prep, Davidson, NC)
Meeland was a solid team contributor throughout the day especially on the defensive end of the court. While most players make their mark on the offensive end of the court, Meelad was a workhorse on the defensive side of the ball. He played tough man to man defense and really understand team defensive principals. The next step in his development is to enhance his offensive skill set and become more confidence.

 

 

No. 129 6’7 ’21 Dante Kiesenhofer (Holly Springs HS, Holly Springs, NC)
The upside for this young man is really going to be exciting. We’re talking about a long, lengthy and active young hybrid forward who is still just learning the game. While he is still somewhat raw offensively, the fortunate thing he is just a freshman who has years ahead of him for further growth and development. The next step in his development is to get physically stronger and develop a few “go to” moves in the post and extend his range out to 10-15 feet.

 

 

No. 132 6’7 ’19 Jake Krawczyk (Nations Ford HS, Fort Mill, SC)

At 6’7, Jake has good mobility for his size. He has some good upside and potential. In addition, Jake has good overall fundamentals, high IQ and a good understanding of the game. Right now, he need additional strength and confidence. And once he gains strength, the confidence will quickly come and once he makes the commitment to the weight room, his stock will quickly rise. Jake showed good mobility and effort in the drills/stations, but it didn’t always carry over into the game situation. At his height, the next step in his development is to make himself more of a low post factor, which is sometimes hard to do in camp settings.

 

 

 

 

Team 14 

 

No. 14 5’9 ’21 Jalen Rochelle (Heritage HS, Wake Forest, NC)
Jalen proved to be a serious offensive weapon at the point guard position. He is very crafty and has the ability to create opportunities for his teammates. While he is only 5’9, he has good length and strength. In addition to setting up his teammates, Jalen was very effective in driving to the rim and finishing with contact. He is a quick leaper and competes extremely well for rebounds for his size/position. Jalen did receive game MVP in one camp game. The next step in his development is becoming a reliable threat from the perimeter.

 

 

No. 15 5’9 ’21 Joshua Mosley (Neuse Christian Academy, Raleigh, NC)
Joshua is a smooth left-handed lead guard. He has outstanding range on his jump shot that is complimented by a solid midrange jumper. While he has the ability to score, he is an excellent passer. As he has an excellent offensive game, he is equally impressive on the defensive side of the ball. He will put constant pressure defense on the opposing player. While he has a high basketball IQ, the next step in his development is to get physically stronger which will come with age and maturity.

 

 

No. 42 6’0 ’20 Jackson Bissette (Hough HS, Cornelius, NC)
While most players make a reputation on the offensive end of the court, Jackson Bissett may have been one of the camp’s best defenders. Jackson doesn’t have blazing speed, but he does have excellent lateral quickness. In addition, he simply has a nose for the ball and is good rebounder for his size/position. He has a very versatile game and the next step is to become a scoring threat from all three levels.

 

 

No. 43 6’0 ’19 Jermaine Best (Corinth Holder HS, Clayton, NC)
Jermaine is a combo guard with good size and a nice feel for the game He was excellent at pushing the ball in transition. In addition, Jermaine has terrific court vision and has pin point accuracy. His ball handling, court vision, and passing are definitely his strongest attributes as a player, not to mention a strong defensive player. Jermaine did earn game MVP in one camp game. The next step in his development is to improve his perimeter shooting efficiency.

 

 

No. 71 6’1 ’20 Taylor Bell (Neuse Christian Academy, Raleigh, NC)
Taylor is a very shifty and crafty point guard. He was very good in changing speeds and has a quick first step that allows him to get by most defenders. Currently, Taylor’s strength and athleticism are also most of his strongest attributes as a player. He plays with a terrific motor and never have to question his effort. The next step in his development is developing a more efficient jump shot.

 

 

No. 72 6’1 ‘21 Tharius Suggs (Middle Creek HS, Garner, NC)
Tharius is a promising freshman. He is an ultra-athletic wing guard with explosiveness and nifty footwork. He has a “killer” first step and is really good at iniating and finishing with contact. In addition, he is particularly active on defense with quick hands and feet. Unlike most players, Tharius did a great job of moving without the ball which makes him a handful for opposing teams. The next step in his development is to continue working on his perimeter shooting.

 

 

No. 102 6’3 ’21 Luke Krawczyk (Nation Ford HS, Fort Mill, SC)
Only a freshman, Luke has an array of attributes and intangibles. We’re talking about a mobile, fluid, and versatile wing forward that is far from finished growing. He has good basketball IQ and does have a good feel for the game. Like many young players, he will need to continue getting physically stronger. Currently, Luke can play both “inside-out” and his versatility is one of his strongest attributes as a player.

 

 

No. 103 6’3 ’19 Marvin Reed Jr. (Faith Assembly, Durham, NC)
Marvin is a diamond in the rough. For his age/grade, he has a phenomenal basketball IQ. He plays the game with understanding and purpose. More importantly, he doesn’t have to be a ball dominant guard who scores a lot of points. He does all the little things that don’t show up in the box score. The next step in his game is to work and develop a stronger “offhand” which will make him a more effective player.

 

 

No. 130 6’7 ’20 Devin McLaughlin (Southlake Christian, Huntersville, NC)
Devin has a long, slender, and athletic frame. He showed the ability to put the ball on the floor and finish consistently at the rim. He surprised us with his 3-point shooting efficiency. Not only is he a quick leaper, he is a match up nightmare for the opposing team. In addition, we were extremely pleased with his overall passing skills and team first approach. While Devin scored right at 10 PPG, he was a willing passer and played well in the team setting. His play earned his one game MVP honor.

 

 

No. 131 6’7 ’19 Garrett Hien (Hickory Ridge HS, Concord, NC)
Garrett was simply a pleasure to watch. We’re talking about a hybrid forward that plays with a high motor. If he gets hot from deep, watch out! He has tremendous range but has the ability to take the ball on the defensive end of the court and go coast to coast. One of Garrett’s strongest attributes is he plays with the utmost confidence especially with the ball in his hands. For the day, Garrett averaged 15 PPG and was voted game MVP twice.