2025 6’4 Jerome Lowery (Charlotte Country Day):

Dickens really captured some eyes with his play, and we are excited to see what he can bring to his team this year. On the court, he was a difference-maker on both sides of the court, showing his competitive nature and motor defensively but also being a scoring option on and off the ball.  Lowery should be one who can help this team this year and should get on more radars with his style and effort.

2026 6’4 Cameron Thompson (Chambers):

There will be a lot of buzz surrounding Chambers this year and though we have talked about Thompson before, he could be a new name for many to watch out for. Thompson should be a valuable piece for this team at 6’4, his ability to help down low and on the boards, and provide another weapon on the court. He is a long athletic prospect who can be effective in several positions.

2025 5’8 Kyriq Dickens (Rock Hill):

Dickens is a 5’8 point guard who really stepped up for his team at the Team Camp and was an effective scoring option. Last year, he averaged about five points per game but with key seniors leaving Rock Hill, he has a chance to be a new name to watch out for as he helps lead the charge, run the offense, and be a scoring option.  

2025 5’9 Devin Agard (Clover):

Clover is a team to watch out for, as they have been sneaky throughout the Team Camp, and Agard has been one of the clear leaders for this team. Agard is a quick, crafty guard who leads the team with his energy and play. He constantly was one making plays off the dribble, penetrating the defense and getting inside as well as hitting shots.  Agard plays with a strong motor and he looks to be a newer name to watch out for in South Carolina.

2027 6’1 Collin McConneyhead (Lake Norman Charter):

McConneyhead was a new name personally for me but each time we watched him operate, he did a great job in displaying shiftiness and ability to create, driving and getting inside, finishing around defenders, and being aggressive as well as getting to the free throw lie. There are a few new names with this group, but he is one who looks like one of the go-to guys for this team early on.

2025 6’6 Tez Walker (JL Mann):

Walker was productive each time we watched him on the court, as the 6’6 prospect was effective with his size, his physicality, and his active motor on both ends. Time after time, he was working hard and staying engaged offensively around the basket, finishing through contact and creating opportunities off the glass, and simply being a presence all over the court. Game after game, he would put up double-digit numbers to help lead his team.

2025 RJ Hill (South Pointe):

Hill is certainly a new name on our radar but he is one who impressed us with his overall impact for his team, his motor and hustle on both sides, and his willingness to battle offensively. He was showing he was a workhorse, being active on the boards and finding ways to finish around the basket. Was really strong, attacked the offensive glass, and just was in the right spot on several occasions.

2025 6’5 Geronimo Clark (Queens Grant):

Grant is a new name here in North Carolina, as the 6’5 prospect made a name for himself as one to watch with Queens Grant. Clark presents size, athleticism, and assertiveness on the court, as he was at his best getting downhill, looking to finish at the rim, and also as one that finds ways to finish around defenders. He really put on a show on Day 2 in which he was able to get to the line as well as finish strong for 37 points.

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