#52 5’7” 2017 Jordan Jeffries of The Burlington School (Burlington, NC)
Jeffries came into camp with a great attitude, giving max effort and showing a good basketball IQ. Jeffries has a tremendous motor on both sides of the floor, which makes him difficult to keep in check. Jeffries camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Jordan’s quickness presents problems for opponents on both sides of the ball, and he sees the floor very well.” Jeffries steps on the court ready to play, and is very coachable. A winner!

#77 5’9” 2017 Brendan Austin of Wesleyan Christian (Jamestown, NC)
Austin’s calling card on the day was his cat quick first step. He utilized this on both ends of the floor to get into the lane and defend 94 feet. Austin’s camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Brendan is built like a running back and plays with that same tenacity in competition.” Austin is a competitor who responds to coaching. He makes plays.

#84 5’11” 2017 Luke Rutherford of Carolina Day School (Asheville, NC)
Rutherford is a great kid to coach, who leaves everything he has on the floor. Offensively, Rutherford has a good all-around shooting game, both in the mid range and beyond. Rutherford’s camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Luke is very fundamentally sound with very good basketball skills and a high basketball IQ.” Rutherford should have a very good season, which should lead to college recruitment at the appropriate level.

#99 5’11” 2017 Camden Hughes of New Burn HS (New Burn, NC)
It is apparent from the opening whistle that Hughes loves to play the game. Hughes also plays with a swagger in his handle and a confidence in his scoring ability. Hughes’ camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Camden is very coachable and relies on his winning gamesmanship. His perimeter shot is good and should be able to dominate the mid-range game for his high school team.” Hughes should have a nice season this year, which should lead to college recruitment at his appropriate level.

#114 6’ 2018 Malcolm Wade of Metrolina Christian (Waxhaw, NC)
Wade is a very good athlete displaying both quickness and explosion on both ends. He is still learning the game, but is able to get into the lane and defend the ball well. Wade’s camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Malcolm is a very gifted athlete and has an unlimited ceiling. He has good ball handling skill and a solid perimeter game.” Wade’s development will be one to watch.

#147 6’2” 2018 Marcus Hemingway of Socastee HS (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Hemingway is a tough basketball player with a good physical frame. He possesses confident ball handling ability and quick defensive instincts. Hemingway’s camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Marcus is very coachable and has a great attitude. He has the ability to help his team with this mid-range game and defense.” Hemingway has a nice basketball ceiling, it will be interesting to watch him grow.

#167 6’4” 2019 Evan Joyner of Ragsdale HS (Jamestown, NC)
Joyner has a great demeanor on the floor which translates into production and game skills. He carries a hard working attitude and the willingness to be coached. Joyner’s camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Evan’s physical frame is sure to fill out, and if he continues to work (like I know he will), his knowledge of the game will as well.” Joyner had a great attitude and upside to watch out for.

#169 6’2” 2017 Oliver Lynch-Daniels of Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va)
Lynch-Daniels carries a great attitude and a very tough minded approach to the game. Offensively, Lynch-Daniels has range and touch at 3-levels. Defensively, he is tough and has great anticipation. Lynch-Daniels camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Oliver has unlimited potential, he dribbles well, drives well, shoots well, defends well, and will only get better as he moves forward.” Lynch-Daniels should start to see his recruitment pick up through various levels.

#196 6’3” 2016 Nathan Bradley of Bull City Prep (Durham, NC)
Bradley has a very good defensive presence and plays on both ends with a high energy. Offensively, Bradley showed a good mid-range game and touch beyond the 3-point line. Brandley’s camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Nathan has the potential to be a very skilled player. As his body fills out it will naturally catch up to his basketball skill.” Bradley had a productive day.

#218 6’7” 2016 Spencer Kilpatrick of Carolina Day School (Asheville, NC)
Kilpatrick from open to close gives non-stop effort and shows as a team leader. He is very strong in the post and has the ability to pop out and make perimeter shots. Kilpatrick was very productive on the glass and in the scoring column, scoring on smaller and larger players. Kilpatrick’s camp coach D. Lindell stated, “Spencer is willing to do the dirty work on defense and was great on the defensive glass. He did a great job of utilizing his skill set to score where the defense gave him.” Kilpatrick should have a bevy of colleges recruiting him through his senior season.

#231 6’5” 2016 Trejon Jacob of Millbrook HS (Raleigh, NC)
Jacob carries a long frame and has great natural physical attributes, such has athleticism and size. Throughout the camp, Jacob showed consistent touch beyond the 3-point line and explosion as he finished high above the rim. Jacob’s camp coach D. Lindell stated, “With Trejon’s long frame, he has the physical attributes and game to be a very good Division 1 player. Defensively he has versatility as he can play both on and off the ball with production.” Jacob carries two D2 offers, he should be getting looked at across the southern landscape of Division 1 schools.

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