No. 5 5’6 ’19 Kamron Humphrey of Athens HS (Raleigh, NC)

Humphrey may be undersized currently, but this young man plays with a big heart. He has tremendous talent and we were impressed with his court vision and high motor. Coach McQueen stated, “Humphrey loves the game. He has outstanding range and loves taking the big shot. He has the heart of a lion and really keeps his team together. If he continues to work and get better, he has a great chance to play college basketball! Don’t let his size fool you.” In addition to being an excellent floor general, Humphrey showcased an impressive touch from the 3-point line. He can score from all levels on the court and plays big!

No. 23 5’9 ’18 Alphonso Clark of John Morehead HS (Eden, NC)

Clark demonstrated an outstanding attitude and really cherished the 3-dribble rule and team play. Coach McQueen stated, “Clark is very crafty with the ball. He can finish with either hand and loves to score when opportunities are given to him. Clark is so coachable too.” Overall, Clark really allowed the game come to him. He scored when he needed to and balanced it out with a team approach. He scored from various levels on the court and has an advanced skill set. We liked his quickness and ability to make things happen on both ends of the court.

No. 30 5’10 ’17 Ian Brown of Northwestern HS (Rock Hill, SC)

Brown is a quick and silky smooth guard. Coach McQueen stated, “Brown has a very quick first step and can finish at the rim with both hands. He was really good with the “stop and pop” midrange and sees the floor extremely well.” While Brown is a perimeter player, he had a knack of scoring points on the interior. He’s a tough and gritty guard that displayed passion throughout the day. We were particularly impressed with his intensity on both ends of the court. The next step in his development is to continue working on his perimeter skills.

No. 67 6’0 ’16 Brandon Joseph of Ft. Mill HS (Ft. Mill, SC)

Got to love the effort, desire and determination displayed by Brandon Joseph throughout the day. Coach McQueen absolutely hit the nail on the head with his summary of Joseph. This kid is a beast more than anything, plus he’s a team player. He loves the game and doesn’t back down from anyone.” Joseph is a blue-collar worker who absolutely gets results on the court. He’s active on both ends of the court and is a player who makes things happen. Joseph is not one to sit back and watch. He has a nose for the ball and has active hands. We were impressed with the overall grit displayed in all three camp games.

No. 75 6’0 ’17 Anthony Turnbow of Ardrey Kill HS (Charlotte, NC)

We absolutely loved coach McQueen’s comments about Turnbow. “Wow, wow, wow! This young man is all about team. He plays so hard and has a lot of passion. Turnbow is a coach’s dream. He’s a defensive specialist with a football body.” While Turnbow made an impact on the defensive end of the court, he was equally impressive on the offensive end. He has good strength and his athleticism makes him one tough player to guard. Turnbow scored from all levels on the court and showcased good range on the 3-point shot In addition, he didn’t mind mixing it up on the interior and using his strength to overpower smaller players in the post.

No. 85 6’3 ’18 Delan Thomas of Rosman HS (Rosman, NC)

When you talk about Thomas, you have to mention all the intangibles he brings to the table. First of all, he’s very coachable and is an all around player. He’s the type of player that goes all in and gives maximum effort. Coach McQueen stated, “ Thomas has a very soft shooting touch and can score when given opportunities. However, I loved his hard nose approach to the game. He was diving on the floor for loose balls and winning almost every 50/50 ball.” With Thomas, he’s the type of player that makes positive things happen on the court. He doesn’t have to score a lot of points to be effective and will be a perfect glue guy to any team.

No. 97 6’1 ’19 Tre Goode of Ragsdale HS (High Point, NC)

Goode is a big time athlete that combines strength and speed. He is active on both ends of the court and takes as much pride in his defense as his offense, which is rare these days. Coach McQueen stated, “Goode has a very nice shot and a chance to be pretty dang good. He can be special with his athleticism.” The next step in his development is to work on his ball handling and perimeter skills. Once his current skill set catches up with his athletic ability, he will definitely be one to carefully monitor. He demonstrated an excellent attitude and played well in the team structure.

No. 125 6’2 ’17 Kyle Watkins of Ragsdale HS (Greensboro, NC)

Watkins has solid fundamentals, high basketball IQ and really advanced understanding of the game. He knows how to play and moves well without the ball. He has been well coached and understands team defensive principles. Coach McQueen stated, “Watkins has a really good shooting touch. His game has lots of promise.” Watkins has the ability to score from all levels on the floor and has good range that extends out to the 3-point line. Watkins is not a volume shooter and usually make excellent decisions on the court and his shot selection was superb. He does a really good job of allowing the game come to him and not force the action.

No. 136 6’3 ’19 Regin Larson of Hickory Grove HS (Charlotte, NC)

Coach McQueen stated, “Larson is very coachable and loves to play every play. His game has a lot of promise.” Larson has good size and solid fundamentals. He’s a team player and only takes good shots when opportunities come his way. Seldom, did you see Larson try to manufacture his own shot or force the action. He was a willing passer and was always willing to make the extra pass. We were impressed with his unselfish play and team first approach throughout the day.

No. 165 6’5 ’16 Liam Curran of Topsail HS (Hampstead, NC)

Coach McQueen stated, “This young man has great size for a guard and can be a promising player/prospect. I love this kid! He has a nice shooting touch and shot with efficiency throughout the day.” We really like his fundamentals and basketball IQ. He’s such a smart and heady player. Curran plays hard and competes on both ends of the court and makes the most of his opportunities. Curran is an extremely active rebounder. He boxes out well and runs the floor well in transition. Curran demonstrated an excellent attitude and good leadership skills.

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