#32 5’11” 2017 Jalen Spicer of Northwest Guilford (Greensboro, NC)
Spicer is a natural leader on the floor as he directs traffic and quickly picks up his teammates trust. The lefty has the ball on a string with the ability to find openings in the defense. Spicer’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Jalen is a very good point guard with a high IQ. He looks to get others involved and is a great finisher (at multiple levels) for himself.” Spicer carries offers from FIU and UNC Greensboro, and should expect that list to grow. A true point guard, who has played in (and won) a lot of big games.

#45 6’ 2019 Tra Warren of Southern Durham HS (Durham, NC)
Although younger, Warren came into camp with some dog in his demeanor. He is a very athletic player, and a motor that runs hot at all times. Warren’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Tra is a very good finisher in the lane and he is a willing rebounder and plays very hard.” Warren has the physical tools, now it is up to him to working on fine tuning the little parts of his game.

#51 5’7” Tavion Jeffries
Jeffries came into camp with a great attitude as he gave maximum effort throughout the day. He is a quick twitch athlete, who has good anticipation on the defensive end. Jeffries camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Tavion has the tools to be a nice point guard, he is able to get to the basket and finish among the bigs and is a very good on ball defender.”

#61 6’7” 2019 Nick Evtimov of Forsyth Country Day (Lewisville, NC)
Evtimov has great size and frame for a player his age. He is a very aggressive player, who rebounds hard and displays a very good basketball IQ. Evtimov passes well out of the high post and he shows good footwork and hands in the low post. Evtimov’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Nick is a great rebounder and a very aggressive player. He finishes well and has a high game IQ.” Evtimov’s father Vasco played at UNC, and he comes by his prospect honestly. Go ahead and put him in your SIM Card and keep a close eye on his development.

#83 5’10” 2017 James Taylor of Thomas Dale HS (South Chesterfield, Va)
Taylor is a team guy, who plays hard and shows good leadership qualities. When he is playing confident, Taylor shows good form and range on his jump shot. Taylor’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “James is a great teammate. He has good range on his jump shot and a solid feel for the game.” Taylor has skill, when he plays aggressive he impacts the high school game.

#100 5’11” 2018 Bryson Hill of Jay M Robinson HS (Concord, NC)
Hill came into camp determined to get better. He asked questions, listened, and worked hard throughout the camp. Hill’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Bryson can shoot the ball with range and moves well off the ball. He plays hard and wants to get better.” Hill plays his role and does so effectively.

#148 6’1” 2019 Cliff Harris of Calvary Baptist School (Mocksville, NC)
Harris has a good attitude and showed great confidence in his ability throughout the camp. Harris has ability to score and get into the paint. Harris’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Cliff can score the basketball! He has very good looking form on his shot, a good handle, and range on his jumper.” Harris had a good showing and we are eager to track his career’s progression.

#168 6’2” 2018 Miles McClain of Panther Creek HS (Morrisville, NC)
McClain is a solid player that displayed the ability to do a lot of things well on the court. He was willing to chip in across the board, and showed a crafty game. McClain’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Miles can finish at the basket as he is crafty with the ball. He has nice looking form on his shot and rebounds well.”

#197 6’3” 2019 Clayton Boone of Porter Ridge HS (Indian Trail, NC)
Boone has a great attitude and a willingness to be coached and learn. He has a good frame for his age and showed a good IQ moving off the ball. Boone’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Clayton has a great attitude. He has a good looking shot and moved well to get open.” Boone is a player we are eager to watch develop through his high school career.

#232 6’5” 2017 Harrison Hoover of Holly Springs (Holly Springs, NC)
Hoover showed natural leadership qualities throughout the event. He gave good effort and was able to finish in the paint and with the jump shot. Hoover’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Harrison is a great teammate. He has a nice looking stroke, rebounds well, and shows nice footwork in the post.” With continued natural development, we expect Hoover to start getting some recruitment from appropriate level schools.

#248 6’8” 2019 Emmanuel Izunbar of Fayetteville Christian (Fayetteville, NC)
Upside is the key word to think of when talking Izunbar. Although slender, he has a high work rate to go along with great length and natural athleticism. Izunbar’s camp coach DeEarnest McLemore stated, “Emmanuel is raw but very athletic with a huge upside. He rebounds well and attempts to block everything around the rim. He possesses a great attitude and wants to continue getting better.” Naturally Izunbar will continue to get better, he is one to place firmly in your SIM Card and start monitoring his progression.

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