Legacy Charter vs Northside Christian

Legacy Charter Players to Watch

Nick Claxton – Junior
This young man is easily one of the top 50 players in the country and has been racking up offers from across the national landscape. Now he will be in the national spotlight and the target will be on his back. He already owns offers from Arizona, Clemson, South Carolina, Maryland, Wake Forest, Florida St, Baylor, Murray State, and USC. He has emerged into a prolific prospect that is aggressive and is confident around the rim. This is a can’t miss Top 100 talent at the event.

Senior Jashaun Smith
Smith, who transferred from Garner after leading his team to a state title last year, now gets back into North Carolina and this young man can certainly put on a show in the open court. A high flying, athletic guard who sits at 6’5” and who holds offers from the likes of Longwood, Norfolk St, Toledo, and others. He should be a tremendous prospect to watch for in this offense and certainly wants to put on a show back in North Carolina

Senior Mohamed Touray
Touray is the returning leading scorer for Legacy Charter, as he averaged over 19.8 points per game last year, while also averaging 5.8 rebounds, 2.3 assists, and 2.6 steals per game. He should have yet another outstanding year, as he holds offers from Maryland-Eastern Shore, Hofstra, Seton Hall, Miami, and Massachusetts.

Other Players to Watch:
6’5” Senior Miguel Priest
6’9” Senior Jared Ritter
5’11” Junior Iziah James
6’2 Senior Deshaun Leftwich

Northside Christian Players to Watch

Nate Hinton
2018 shooting guard that is tracking as a Top 100 player, in his class. Hinton averaged 12.6 points per game and 5.2 rebounds per game, as a freshman last year for Gaston Day. After transferring to into Northside Christian he certainly could be one, if not the, top player there this year. Expecting a big leap from this young man and offers coming his way.

Senior James Lewis
Is yet another prospect that transferred from Gaston Day and is one that should give his team a nice presence in several areas on the floor. Check out what Phenom Hoops said about him earlier in September about this young man.

“His biggest attribute is his size and length. Lewis has an outstanding work ethic and nifty footwork in the post. He has passer friendly hands and does a very good job of catching and squaring up to the rim. While he does need to be more assertive at times, he does play with a good motor. He has the ability to run the floor extremely well and his ability to hit the midrange jumper will help dictate the appropriate collegiate level.”

He does have a few “go to” moves in the post area, but his ability to play the “face up” PF and hit the 15 foot jumper will be important in his development over the course of the season.”

Other Players to Watch
6’2” Freshman Donovan Gregory

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