2019 Standouts

BJ Mack
6’8” Charlotte Catholic (Charlotte, NC)

Mack is a force in the paint, even at this young age. He has advanced foot work and is a very good passer from high post and low block situations. He has some similarities in his skill set to Kennedy Meeks. Mack still has upside to go as he is still baby faced. He is getting good coaching at Charlotte Catholic and is able to hone the finer points of his game, in this situation. Mack carries early offers from Georgia and Virginia Tech.

Wendell Moore
6’5” Cox Mill High School (Concord, NC)

Moore has a chance to be special, as he has a college looking frame to go with a high level IQ. The way that Moore sees the floor is well beyond his years. Moore has the length and foot size to suggest he still has a few more inches to go. At 6’7”/6’8” with his skill set, it will further solidify his ranking as the top 2019 in the country. Moore carries early offers from Wake Forest, Charlotte, Tennessee, and NC State.

Kobe Langley
6’1” Southwest Guilford (High Point, NC)

Kobe Langley has great vision and pace to his game. He really excels in pushing the tempo in the full court, but he did well running things in the half court set this weekend. A Lefty, Kobe Langley can make shots and led his team to a 3-0 record during the day. A lot to like here.

Keyshaun Langley
6’2” Southwest Guilford (High Point, NC)

Langley has an aggressive skill set, with very good athleticism and touch off the bounce and the catch. He scored at a good clip and he plays defense with a chip on his shoulder. A righty, Keshaun Langley is more of a 2/1 combo guard, that can flat score the rock.

Lavonte Knox
6’ Lincoln Charter (Denver, NC)

Knox came into this event with a lesser known profile than the rest on this list, however he left his mark on this event. Knox is a quick as a hiccup type point guard. He lived in the lane, and was able to keep his balance as he absorbed contact. There is a lot to like about Knox moving forward, he led his team to a 3-0 record finishing at the rim and kicking out to his team mates for open 3s.

Myles Pierre
6’2” Carmel Christian (Charlotte, NC)

Pierre is built like a middle linebacker, he is strong and very explosive and that translates in his game. Pierre is a terror on ball defender when you couple his explosion with his motor. He rebounds his position well and finishes at the rim. Pierre is a consensus Top 50 guy in the country. There’s a lot to like.

Marcus Watson
6’6” West Forsyth (Clemmons, NC)

Watson carries a great frame, a frame of a player much older. He has touch well beyond the arc and the ability to create his own shot. Watson scored both at the rim and beyond the arc. Working under head coach Rusty LaRue, former college coach and NBA champion, Watson should continue to trend upward.

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