#34 6’9” 2017 Jacob Brown from Calvary Christian (Winston-Salem, NC)
Brown is a sharp-shooter. He has a good frame with very good size and length. Brown is a very coachable player and (although he makes over 60% of his shots) was an unselfish team player. Brown’s camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Although Jacob is a big time shooter, he displayed good post moves around the basket. He moved well off the ball, found himself open a lot, and really shot the ball well.” Brown is a high academic player, and one that D1 schools should start pursuing soon.

#57 5’8” 2018 Dakari Mitchell of Northern Guilford (Greensboro, NC)
Mitchell has a very good, team first, attitude. He shot the ball very well, but really bought in to becoming the team’s defensive stopper. Mitchell’s camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Dakari played very hard and displayed great hustle. He also shot the 3 ball very well.”

#63 5’9” 2018 Isaac Bonds of EE Smith HS (Fayetteville, NC)
While Bonds is a very good point guard with all of the tools, however his biggest attribute is his heart. Bonds plays the game with a great passion and exudes natural leadership. Bonds’ camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Isaac is a very good point guard, he has very good ball handling skills with quickness off the dribble.” Bonds had a very intriguing day and is one to start monitoring closely, now.

#79 5’10” 2019 Jay Williams of Christian Academy (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Williams is a true point guard who can handle the ball and has a quick first step off the bounce. He came into camp with an excellent attitude and displayed a high basketball IQ. Williams camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Jay is a good team player and showed the ability to motivate guys around him. He is a very coachable kid and possesses very good ball handling skills and quickness off the bounce.” Williams is one to put in your SIM Card and watch progress.

#104 5’11” 2017 Mikail Coleman of Boiling Springs HS (Boiling Springs, SC)
Coleman is very quick, which is evident on both ends of the court. He is able to defend the ball for 94 feet and has a quick (and aggressive) first step when getting into the lane. Coleman’s camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Mikail is a very quick and explosive guard. He displays the talents of being a very good athlete.”

#110 6’ 2017 Tylik Sibblies-Simon of Sumter HS (Sumter, SC)
Sibblies-Simon is a quick player with a tenacity on defense. He has a good attitude, and is a willing team player on both ends. Sibblies-Simon camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Tylik stepped up several times defensively to take on the opposition’s best player. He was very active all over the court and showed the ability to hit the 3-point shot.”

#147 6’4” 2019 Zachary Shumate of Wilkes Central HS (Wilkesboro, NC)
Shumate is a promising wing prospect, already standing 6’4” at such a young age. He runs the court well and finds himself at the right place at the right time, often. Shumate’s camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Zachary has great length and shot the ball well behind the 3-point line. He also showed the ability to use good footwork around the basket and rebounded the ball well.” Shumate should be one to keep an eye on as he continues to progress.

#152 6’1” 2018 Elbert Ellis of Kestrel Heights (Durham, NC)
Ellis came into camp with a very aggressive mind set. He defended the perimeter with purpose and attacked the basket. Ellis has a very quick first step, but also shot the ball very well from 15 feet to beyond the arc. Ellis’ camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Elbert is a slasher, penetrator, and playmaker but he also shoots well from behind the 3-point line.” Ellis is a name to go ahead and start paying attention to, he is a very productive player.

#181 6’2” 2017 Rayqwan Williams of EE Smith HS (Fayetteville, NC)
Rayqwon has an aggressive offensive mindset, as he quickly gets downhill in the half court set. Williams is a very good athlete, with explosion at the rim and ball handling ability from the wing. Williams’ camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Raykwan attacked the basket well and showed the ability to play above the rim. He is explosive and when he focused was a good defender.” Williams is one colleges should start watching now, he has a bright future.

#236 6’6” 2017 Ben Bryan of The Fletcher School (Charlotte, NC)
Bryan has a strong body and great frame. He knows what his roll is on the court, and does not veer from the path. Bryan’s camp coach Demarcus Oliver stated, “Ben is a very good rebounder. Defensively he uses his frame, boxes out, and grabs rebounds very well.” Bryan has a good attitude, and likes doing his work within 5 feet of the hoop.

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