Talk about a team that has been making their presence felt, as Cap City Charlotte has been making an early statement this summer.  This is a team that has clearly put themselves as a team to watch this summer and provides scholarship-worthy prospects.  They have taken on the challenges early on and proven themselves that they mean business.  We break down a few prospects that college coaches will want to watch this summer.

2025 Chris Rivens

Rivens has clearly shown that he is a name to look at more, as he has played extremely well so far this summer. An under control guard who seeks out his shot, can score from behind the arc or put on the deck and create, excels in getting downhill and finishing, and just has an overall smoothness to his game. Rivens looks extremely focused and ready to have a big summer.

2024 Jared Taylor

Taylor continues to flourish and be a dominant prospect in the paint. His blend of explosiveness, strength, athleticism, and impact on both sides can be impressive, as he impacts the game both offensively and on the boards. He has had a tremendous summer so far, and is ready to make himself a bigger name with his play.

2025 Tyree White

White is such a poised guard and playmaker on the court. He excels in a variety of roles for his team, whether it is creating and finding teammates or having the ability to be that scoring threat when called upon. White is strong off the dribble, putting pressure on the defense, and can knock down tough shots. That doesn’t mention his impact on the defensive end.

2024 Ryan Evans

Evans can simply be described as an x-factor on the court for his team. Evans has a unique blend of size and knows how to take what is given, and he can hurt you in a variety of ways. Whether he can stretch the court, score from behind the arc, or attack and be a force inside, Evans mixes it up extremely well and should for sure have eyes his way.

2025 Samaj Long

Long is another 2025 prospect to keep an eye on. He plays well within this team and can really step up when called upon. He is a guard who brings good explosiveness to the court, can attack off the bounce and get out in transition, uses his length well, and finds ways to finish tough in the paint and through contact.

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