#9 5’7” 2019 Noah Johnson of Wilkes Central High School (North Wilksboro, NC)
Johnson has a tremendous sense of basketball knowledge. He does very well with penetration to pass to his open man. He has very good vision and delivers the ball on time and in his shooter’s pocket. Johnson’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated,“Noah has good range on his shot and carries very active hands and feet on defense.”

#28 5’9” 2019 Landon Sutton of Northwest Guilford (Oak Ridge, NC)
Sutton is a very heady ball player who understands, not only, the game but also his role on the team. He moves very well without the ball and gets to open spots on the floor. Sutton’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Landon is a knock down shooter with a solid handle and vision. He is a very good team defensive player who helps well off the ball.”

#38 5’11” 2019 Derrius Atkinson of Greenfield School (Wilson, NC)
Atkinson plays with a high motor on both ends of the floor. He is the consummate team player who is a very unselfish player. Atkinson’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Derrius is an exceptional athlete who uses his speed to his advantage on both ends of the floor. He takes good shots, and has solid range.”

#50 5’11” 2018 Jamal Walton of Crestwood High School (Sumter, SC)
Walton has a unique way of being in the right place at the right time. He is an excellent defender, both on and off the ball and a strong finisher toward the basket. Walton’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Jamal understands the game. He penetrates to pass well and has a good perimeter and drive game. Jamal also is a good mid to long range shooter.”

#62 6’ 2018 Ellis Goodwin of Summerville High School (Summerville, SC)
Goodwin is a very quick on ball defender, with quick hands and feet. He carries a great build and plays as a strong guard. Goodwin has a good handle and sees the floor well. Goodwin’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Ellis is able to affect the game on both sides of the ball, with his physical stature. He is a strong finisher at the rim, and possesses a solid mid-range game.”

#102 6’1 2017 Tyler Maye of Farmville Central High School (Winterville, NC)
Maye is a smooth and confident player on the offensive end. He has deceptive speed and a good skill level, which enables him to never be in a rush. Maye’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Tyler is a good ball handler, with a nice mid to long range shot. He defends very well and is a good rebounder.” Maye is one that D1’s should start tracking now.

#108 6’2” 2017 Jordan Beale of Voyager Academy (Durham, NC)
Beale is a complete ball player who understands the game and completely plays within himself. He is quick and explosive, and he carries good length. He is a good defender and is able to guard both guard spots. Beale’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Jordan has a knowledge of the game and excellent court vision. He has good handles going left and right and is a strong finisher at and above the rim.” Beale is a player that D1s should learn more about.

#121 6’2” 2017 Jeffrey Phillips of Southeast Raleigh Magnet (Raleigh, NC)
Phillips is able to defend multiple positions due to his understanding of footwork and his length. He handles the ball well and is a very good passer with quality court vision. Phillips’ camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Jeffrey has a nose for the ball and moves in position to makes plays both offensively and defensively.”

#156 6’4” 2018 Camron McNeil of St David’s School (Raleigh, NC)
McNeil greatest strength is his versatility on both ends of the floor. Offensively he handles the ball well and has good vision and a solid mid-range game. Defensively he works hard and uses his length and size well. McNeil’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Camron is a positive influence on his team mates. He has a good perimeter shot and offensive versatility. Camron has a nice upside.”

#183 6’8” 2017 Jack Hemphill of Broughton High School (Raleigh, NC)
Hemphill is a very strong post player that exudes as a post presence. He has good back to the basket moves and solid (and patient) footwork around the basket. Hemphill is a very strong rebounder, on both ends and works hard boxing out and tracking the ball. Hemphill’s camp coach Coach Lindell stated, “Jack has a great attitude and runs the floor and hustles for loose balls every time. He makes elbow shots, has good footwork and receives constructive criticism well.” D1 Coaches should go ahead and get on Hemphill.

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