Today’s 5 to Know
North Carolina’s Exposure Camp Session 1
By Jamie Shaw

This is the 14th Annual North Carolina’s Fall Exposure Camp, the leading high school exposure camp throughout the region. For the 10th consecutive year this event sold out with prospects coming from six states to experience the exposure this camp provides. Nationally read media, Ball is Life Mix Tapes and multiple NCAA compliant scouts were in attendance.

Check out the players who stood above the rest…

5’11” 2019 Shakeel Moore
Piedmont Classical (Greensboro, NC)

Moore made an incredibly loud announcement that he was in attendance. Moore is a tough lead guard, who has the ball on a string as well as defends for 94 feet. Moore also had one of the dunks of the day when he came down the middle and put it on an unsuspecting 6’6” forward. Moore is a complete guard, and should have Division 1 coaches looking at him asap.

6’9” 2019 Emmanuel Izuabor
Fayetteville Academy (Fayetteville, NC)

Izunabor came into camp having really focused on his body. He now has a very strong frame, which pairs well with his quick twitch athleticism and great length. Izunabor is a prime rim and paint protector. Once the ball was in his hands, he dunked everything around the rim. He also showed the ability to knock down the 18 foot jump shot. Low to Mid level coaches should stop by and take a look.

6’5” 2021 BJ Freeman
Word of God (Raleigh, NC)

Freeman showed the full arsenal throughout camp. He has good size for his position and age. Freeman finished with the camp’s game high in scoring, finishing with 35 in game 2. He also had 7 made 3s that game. Freeman showed a nice handle in the half court and the ability to score at all 3 levels. Only a freshman right now, it will be fun to watch him develop over the next few years.


6’5” 2020 Jackson Threadgill
Concord HS (Concord, NC)

Threadgill can flat score the ball. He has a lengthy frame to go along with an easy sense to shoot at 3 levels. Threadgill has soft touch to go with a quick release and deep range. He knocked down numerous 1 and 2 dribble pull ups. Threadgill is also a better athlete than you would expect. Already having regional mid major schools recruiting him, those looks should start turning into offers soon.

6’4” 2018 Kevin Kayongo
Mountain View HS (Lawrenceville, GA)

Kayongo is an incredibly exposure, aggressive wing. He finished above the rim throughout the day and it did not matter if it was in the half court or in transition, he was coming for heads. Kayongo has a nice wing handle and the ability to make shots, off the bounce, in the mid range. D1s should peak in at Kayongo, he’s got game.

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