#32 5’10” 2016 Chance Greene of Voyager Academy (Durham, NC)
Chance is a very crafty player with deep range and confidence handling the ball in the half court. When he gets rolling, he can ring off many deep shoots in a row. Greene’s camp coach Brian Allen stated, “Chance is a very strong ball handler and shooter. He gets where he wants on the court and makes shots. I nick named him Pistol Pete.” Colleges at the appropriate level should already be looking at Greene.

#61 6’ 2018 Jalen Finch of Broughton High School (Raleigh, NC)
Frank was consistent throughout camp. He had solid offensive mechanics and played his best on the ball. He displayed good passing ability and court vision as he got into the lane. Frank’s camp coach Brian Allen stated, “Jalen played good on ball defense. He was consistently able to deliver the ball to his team mates.”

#73 6’ 2017 Torraine Simpson of Mallard Creek High School (Charlotte, NC)
Simpson came into camp with a great attitude and showed exceptional quickness getting to the rim. Once at the rim, he was strong and was able to finish above the rim. Simpson’s camp coach Brian Allen stated, “Simpson has a physically strong and above the rim type of game. He is a finisher, on both ends.”

#91 6’1 2016 Jordan Blakeney of Forest Hill High School (Monroe, NC)
Blakeney was a team first point guard, who took pride in running a team. He was very quick with his first step and showed good vision and footwork. Blakeney also shot the ball well. Blakeney’s camp coach Brian Allen stated, “Jordan has a very quick first step toward the basket. He is unselfish, hustles for loose balls, and rebounded well for his position.” Colleges at the appropriate level should be looking at Blakeney.

#143 6’3” 2017 Khalil Shakir Harris of Blythewood High School (Blythewood, SC)
Shakir Harris has a great frame with good length and athleticism. He plays hard on defense and uses an attacking, aggressive mindset on both sides of the ball. Shakir Harris’ coach Brian Allen stated, “Khalil is a very explosive player. He is a threat to make a positive play both inside and out. He takes pride in his defense.” Shakir Harris is one that D1 coaches should start taking notes on.

#149 6’4” 2017 Jimmy Abate of Charlotte Catholic (Huntersville, NC)
Abate came into camp with a great attitude, and gave great effort on both ends of the court. He did a great job moving without the ball and showed good mechanics on his jump shot. Abate’s camp coach Brian Allen stated, “Jimmy is a great team player. He is fundamentally sound and shot the ball well today.”

#171 6’5” 2017 Shalolong Wang of Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va)
Wang has a very strong frame with good size and an aggressive skill set. He got downhill in the half court set and finished above the rim on multiple occasions. Wang’s camp coach Brian Allen stated, “Shalolong finished strong at the rim as he got comfortable in the setting. He has good range on his jump shot.”

#184 6’ 2016 Tonio Mayo of Cleveland High School (Smithfield, NC)
Mayo had a great attitude in camp, constantly asking questions as well as playing vocally. He was able to get to the basket, while also making some shots and deliver solid passes. Mayo’s camp coach Brian Allen stated, “Tonio was able to find open lanes, both passing and attacking. He is a very well mannered kid.”

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