2025 Isaiah Denis Trending to Top-100/150 Status?

One of the hottest targets here in North Carolina the last month or so has been 2025 6’5 Isaiah Denis from Davidson Day / Team CP3. Denis has seen his stock rise with his play this past high school season in leading his high school to a state title, where he was able to flourish and showcase not only his athleticism but his overall development as a prospect.

He has only continued that trend this summer with Team CP3, as college coaches have been taking notice along with national scouts. Just in the last month or so, Denis has added offers from Mississippi State, Texas A&M, Florida, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest, while interests from Ohio State, NC State, St. Louis, and others are starting to increase. 

In a recent article with 247 Sports Adam Finkelstein, he had this to say:

“Denis is currently unranked in the national class of 2025, but suffice it to say that won’t be the case for long.” (Click Here)

Could Denis be trending that way with others? Possibly but one thing can be said is that Denis has been playing at a high level and flourishing as a prospect in the last year.

College Programs Catching On With 2026 Markus Kerr

We have had a great chance to watch 2026 Markus Kerr at an early age and continue his growth as a player.  Kerr, one of the youngest prospects in his class for North Carolina, has continued to get better and better but the potential left in his game is huge. Back in January, we had this to say:

“2026 Markus Kerr should be looked at as a national name. There is a lot to like about his game and he continues to display his versatility and his shot-making, and he plays at his pace. The best years are to come for him.” – Patrick O’Brien

Well, it seems that the trend is just starting as he has recently added a big offer from West Virginia, but the interest coming his way is also impressive. When speaking with Kerr recently, he mentioned that schools like NC State, Texas, Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, and Florida State have all expressed strong interest his way.

2025 Jamias Ferere Seeing His Stock Take Off

Recruitment can be a fun thing to watch. One moment, a player can go from underrated to a hot target in a matter of just a weekend, no matter how much one has written about him. Well, 2025 Jamias Ferere, who recently announced his reclassification to the Class of 2025, had a huge weekend with Garner Road and walked away with four Division I offers, and with plenty of interest as well. Last year, we had this to say about the duo at Southern Guilford which included Ferere:

“Ferere is another 6’5 prospect who has tremendous positional size, excels in getting downhill and finishing at the rim, and helps on the boards as well as makes plays in a variety of other ways. Both have PROVEN that they can play at the next level, and college programs should be all…”

With his announcement to the Class of 2025 now, this past weekend was a big one for Ferere, as he walked away earning offers from Wagner, Manhattan, Fairfield, and Bryant, along with interests from George Mason, George Washington, St. Louis, St. Bonaventure, Arkansas State, Binghamton, North Carolina A&T, Western Kentucky, and Marist.

2025 Chadlyn Traylor’s Play Earning Offers

If you want to talk about another stock riser here in North Carolina, you have to look at 2025 Chadlyn Traylor from North Meck High School, who is now with Team Curry. He quickly made his impact with Team Curry and the schools are following.

When you talk about his game, this is what we had to say at our Top 80 Camp:

“He’s an extremely poised, intelligent point guard prospect with an unselfish approach and phenomenal all-around balance. Traylor is a natural leader by example who plays at his own pace, sets up others at a high volume, and scores efficiently from multiple levels. He handles the ball with care and precision, never getting rushed or forced into errant miscues, and makes great reads as a playmaker. Traylor also contains his position well defensively.”

Coming into the Live Period, he held offers from Western Carolina, Loyola (MD), Boston University, UNCW, and East Carolina. But that list nearly doubled this weekend, as Charlotte, Coastal Carolina, Drexel, and Miami (OH) all joined in with an offer.

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