2028 6’0 Cha Cho Womack (West Charlotte):

West Charlotte has a lot of young pieces to look at, and Womack could be one to really watch out for to get early playing time. From what I saw, Womack is a skilled guard who plays with a lot of confidence at his age. He is able to knock down shots with a smooth jumper and has a nice feel for the game early on.

2028 6’2 Hunter Gerould (Gaston Day):

Gerould has been having a strong summer and looks to bring that same production to Gaston Day in the coming years. Early on though, Gerould brings athleticism and a strong scoring threat, making plays off the bounce, getting to the rim and finishing, but also one that can make plays from multiple levels.  He will certainly catch your eyes though with how bouncy he is.

2028 5’10 Bobby Montgomery (Queens Grant):

Montgomery has been around a bit on the Phenom Hoops landscape, as he is a skilled, high-IQ guard who has a strong feel for the game. A true playmaker on the court, he can hurt you off the dribble or can knock down shots with terrific range.  But he also is one that makes the right play within the team and sets up others well.

2028 5’9 Sherod McCormick (Concord Academy):

McCormick has a great feel for the game and he will be counted on this year to step up and help lead the charge for this team. Though he is young, he is an experienced guard who understands how to run the show, as well as being crafty in creating, attacking, and scoring effectively.  McCormick uses his speed and reads the floor well, as he will have a lot on his shoulders to help with this team.

2028 6’7 Chase Smith (Charlotte Country Day):

Smith is a name we have talked about on several occasions, including way back in October of 2023 when we introduced him (Click Here). Well, he should be a huge piece for Charlotte Country Day and be effective down in the post. Smith has a tremendous skill set and feel for the game at his age, impacting the game in the paint, finishing at the rim, and bodying opponents on the boards. But he also displayed good handles and awareness for his position, as he is just scratching the surface of his potential.

2028 6’0 Braden Suggs (Ardrey Kell):

Talk about a young prospect making a name for himself early on, as Suggs captured our attention on Day 1 and only continued that throughout the camp. Suggs, a 6’0 guard, played with tremendous composure on the court, with the moment not being too big, and also was extremely productive while on the court. He did a lot of his work in knocking down shots, playing off the ball, and finding open spots to hit multiple threes.

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