#36 6’1” 2018 Erik Alvey of Neuse Christian (Raleigh, NC)
It is apparent that Alvey loves the game of basketball as he plays with consistent passion and desire. He played very good defense on the ball and scored well. Alvey’s camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Erik has an “I will do it” attitude. He loves the game of basketball and plays hard from beginning to end.” Already standing 6’1” we are eager to watch his game continue to grow as well.

#48 5’7” 2019 Michael Wade of Western Alamance (Burlington, NC)
Wade plays with a mindset of a “just get the job done.” He has a great attitude and looks to be a natural leader on the floor. Wade’s camp coach Coach Mosely stated, “Michael is a baller that comes to play every time on the court. He is a lock down defender and has great handles on offense.” He has a great mindset for a player his age and will be intriguing to watch grow.

#56 5’8” 2017 Shawn Morrison of Grace Academy (Waxhaw, NC)
Morrison came into camp on a mission, and that was to make his presence known. He defends the wing well and has a good court presence both on and off the ball. Morrison’s camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Shawn is very heady and a hard working player. He came to camp with a great attitude and showed a nice wing game.”
#80 5’10” 2018 Jason White of Jay M Robinson (Concord, NC)
White has a great attitude and makes sure he goes out to affect the game. He carries a team first attitude and is quick getting into the lane. White’s camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Jason makes sure that his team is in every game. He lets his presence known whether it be getting a needed bucket or defending the opposing team’s best player.” White had a good day, and we’re ready to see him during high school.

#103 5’11” 2018 Kristien Cuthbertson of East Chapel Hill HS (Chapel Hill, NC)
Cuthbertson plays with a passion and he shows that he understands the game. Cuthbertson really showed well on the defensive end, using quick instincts and active hands while defending the ball. Cuthbertson’s camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Kristien has a high basketball IQ and a gift for getting his hands on the ball defensively.”

#151 6’1” 2016 Shane Evans of Cedar Ridge HS (Hillsborough, NC)
Evans came out with confidence shooting the ball, from both the mid and long range areas. He showed a great attitude and worked hard throughout the day. Evans’ camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Shane comes into each game with the goal of putting in work. His ability to shoot mid-range and long range shots make him an asset to any team.”

#157 6’2” 2017 Devin Williams of Cardinal Gibbons (Raleigh, NC)
Williams is a workhorse who puts in time for his skill development. Throughout the day, he played with confidence and produced throughout the day. Williams’ camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Devin has a motor that continues to run the entire game as he plays with great effort and intensity. He is someone to watch in the near future.” Williams was one of camp’s leading scorers, it is time for college coaches (at the appropriate level) to start monitoring.

#163 6’2” 2019 Elijah Shabazz of Wakefield HS (Wake Forest, NC)
Shabazz has nice size and a great attitude while playing the game. He remains under control no matter the game situation, and played with a good pace on the wing. Shabazz’s camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Elijah has a good scoring presence from every spot on the floor. Being he is already 6’2”, with his skill set, he could be a force to be dealt with in time.” Place Shabazz on your SIM Card and enjoy watching his progress.

#217 6’4” 2017 Jonathan Pearsall of North Raleigh Christian Academy (Raleigh, NC)
Pearsall has the ability to effect the game across the board. He rebounds well, pushes the break in transition, and is able to finishes at the rim or consistently knock down jump shots. Pearsall’s camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Jonathan lets his game speak for itself. He had a great attitude and is willing to listen and get better.” It is time for colleges to go ahead and start monitoring Pearsall.

#235 6’5” 2016 Miles Burroughs of Riverside HS (Durham, NC)
Burroughs game is filled with power as he has good size to match on the blocks. He rebounds his area well, and defends the post. Burroughs’ camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Miles knows the game and shows that from tip off until the game is over. He uses good size and power as he plays the game.”

#245 6’8” 2017 Morgan McKay of Christ School (Arden, NC)
McKay is a big guy, who is able to show his touch and passing ability from the power position. He consistently knocked down shots from 15’-22’ and found open cutters to the basket. McKays camp coach Coach Mosley stated, “Morgan has a great attitude and size for going to the next level as he continues to grow his skills.” McKay, who is also a high academic student, should continue to have college coaches checking in on him.

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