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Louisburg:

6’3 ’21 Elijah Jamison

The point guard was simply exceptional during the opening contest of Phenom’s City of Oaks Classic. He displayed the ability to create space against any assignment and relentlessly scored the ball from all levels. Jamison has an excellent frame and absorbs contact really well on penetration chances. He also possesses an incredible feel for the game. There’s a case to be made for him as the top lead guard in North Carolina’s Class of 2021, as he’s already dominating on a regular basis.

 

Southern Durham:

6’5 ’19 Jayvis Harvey

The unsigned senior should become heavily coveted over the coming months, as he continues to make excellent strides in his two-way development. He’s smooth with the ball in his hands, able to reliably create for himself and others quite frequently. Harvey brings an intelligent presence to the game and has the ability to score from anywhere on the floor. It’ll be interesting to see how his recruitment unfolds over the next few months.

 

6’2 ’20 Lamar Lightbrown

It doesn’t seem to matter the setting or surrounding cast, Lightbrown always seems to find a way to contribute and operate within his glue-guy role. He defends, rebounds, and does whatever possible to compete on every single possession. Lightbrown does a strong amount of everything while on the court and plays with a team-first approach at all times.

 

Athens Drive:

6’1 ’20 Lawrence Frost

Though DJ Robertson led this team in scoring, Lawrence Frost exemplified the most leadership qualities of any prospect on Athens Drive. He set the tone on defense and was constantly communicating to his teammates. Frost is strong and fairly versatile for his size; his grit and overall willingness to defend makes him extremely valuable to this team.

 

Ravenscroft:

6’8 ’19 Jake van der Heijden

The Bucknell signee shot the ball incredibly well from beyond the arc during this contest, knocking down five three-pointers and showcasing his ability to spot-up or operate within two to three dribbles. He’s very smooth and poses a massive face-up threat on offense. Van der Heijden fits the modernized mold of a power forward, so it should be fun watching him potentially dominate at the next level.

 

6’2 ’20 LucRichard Rameau

The strong-bodied guard prospect was arguably the most steady, reliable all-around presence for Ravenscroft. He burdened the offensive load and did a great job of setting the tone on defense throughout this contest. Rameau utilizes his stocky frame quite well to get inside and finish through contact. He is capable of operating within various different roles based on what the team needs.

Granville Central:

6’1 ’21 Jamari Mann

The long-armed guard prospect is an excellent complement to Terence Harcum, given the defense and secondary scoring punch he provides. Mann shot the ball quite well throughout this contest and worked hard in transition. He displays a nice feel for the game and should be closely monitored going forward, as he possesses clear two-way upside.

 

Durham Academy:

6’0 ’21 Cole Sinclair

The combo-guard was very efficient during the third contest of the day, shooting the ball extremely well from the perimeter while showcasing his typical amount of playmaking abilities. Sinclair continues to steadily progress, but has also done a great job of maintaining his unselfishness and team-first approach. He’s smart and capable of actively toggling between guard positions.

 

6’4 ’21 Toby Harris

The wiry forward prospect was among the main driving forces for this Durham Academy team, especially on offense, where he poses a threat as a floor-spacer. Harris utilizes his length nicely on the perimeter to get separation and knock down shots from midrange or beyond the arc. He was the MVP of this game and looks likely to continue carving out a quality role for himself throughout the remainder of the season.