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North Carolina’s Junior Exposure Camp
By Jamie Shaw

This is the 14th Annual North Carolina’s Fall Junior Exposure Camp, the leading middle school exposure camp throughout the region. Yet again this event sold out with prospects coming from four states as well as Ontario to experience the exposure this camp provides.

Check out the players who stood above the rest…

6’2” 2022 Jalen Hood-Schifino
Hood-Schifino comes from a basketball family, with uncle Drew staring at West Virginia. Hood-Schifino plays an incredibly mature game. He has great size for his grade and position with the ability to get into the paint and finish or set up team mates. Hood-Schifino led the entire camp in scoring, he should be considered a major prospect in his class moving forward.

6’3” 2022 Freddie Dillone
Dillone was able to get what he wanted, where he wanted it on the court all game. He has a lengthy frame to go along with the ability to score at all 3 levels. Dillone has a picture perfect jump shot to go with an aggressive wing handle. Dillone should be considered one of the top prospects in his class moving forward.

6’4” 2022 Jeremy Gregory
Gregory, brother of 2019 prospect Donovan Gregory, is a strong big man. He was a strong 2-handed rebounder and was able to finish around the basket consistently. He has large feet, and long arms leading to believe he will continue to grow. Gregory has nice pace in the post and showed the ability to handle the ball some. He will be an intriguing player to watch as he grows.

6’4” 2022 Luke Bracey
Bracey is a very strong player. He played the entire camp with a non-stop motor and is a very good rebounder, in and out of his area. Bracey showed that he has some nice ball skills, with the ability to get toward the rim off the bounce and range on his jump shot. It will be interesting to see how his game develops, without question he is productive right now.

5’5” 2023 Casian Richard
Richard had a very good day, showing he was able to score the ball often. Despite his age Richard, played with the utmost confidence, and rightfully so he scored at all 3 levels. Richard is a point guard with the ball on a string. Richard was the entire camp’s 3rd leading scorer at 18.3 per game.

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