Pool I
Carolina Wolves 16U
West Virginia Wildcats Elite 16U
Brand X 16U

Pool J
Team Charlotte 16U
Mid State Magic
Team Corey Brewer
6th Man Warriors

Pool K
Team Loaded 757
Team United 14s
SC Kings
Tennessee Fury

Pool L
Team United 2016 Elite
NC Juice All Stars Black
Spectrum Sports
Garner Road

Players to Watch
6’6” 2017 Keith Matthews (Carolina Wolves)

Matthews is a long, downhill athlete. He had a very good Phenom Champion Showcase where he picked up interest from Big South and Atlantic Sun schools. Expect eyes to be on him during this weekend’s event to see how he has progressed. Coaches shouldn’t be disappointed

6’7” 2017 Chase Johnson (West Virginia Wildcats)
Johnson had a very good CP3 Live event averaging a double/double with 15 points and 10 boards per game. He is an athletic forward that produces game in and game out. His coach says that Johnson may still grow an inch or two. In that case, he may be able to choose his college. As it stands CUSA and A10 schools like him a lot
Johnson carries and offer from Marshall.

6’3” 2019 Josiah James (TMP 16U)
James comes from good blood lines, as his brother KJ currently plays at High Point University. James, isn’t far behind his brother. He has a great feel for the game with high IQ and handle and makes plays beyond his years. Mark this name in your SIM card.

5’11” 2018 Kody Shubert (Team Charlotte 16U)
Shubert is fun to watch, he shoots with range, he has great handle in the half court, and his vision is off the charts. Playing up in age, on the Under Armour circuit Shubert was second on the team in scoring and led the team in assists. A treat for fans and coaches alike.

6’1 2017 Grayson Murphy (Team Corey Brewer)
Murphy is a talented leader who experienced somewhat of a breakout at the UAA Finals. He is a heady leader that scores the ball, and also makes players around him better. Murphy picked up his first two offers last week, look for that number to continue to rise.
Murphy has offers from Troy and Lipscomb

6’5” 2017 Quan Williams-Day (6th Man Warriors)
It was a breakout for Williams-Day at the Phenom Champion Showcase, and oh boy did he break out. He ended that event with a 56 point game. He also scored 32, 35, and 28 in his other 3 games. Williams-Day averaged 38 points per game. He has a sturdy frame, a great half court handle, and touch well beyond the 3-point line. Williams-Day will have schools at all levels tracking him this weekend.

6’3” 2017 Jordan Davis (SC Kings)
Davis is an athletic wing. He defends well, and makes shots going downhill. Davis plays for a very good high school team (and coach) at Irmo HS so it is no surprise of his success on the summer circuit. With is play so far in July, he has picked up college interest across the board. Expect that to continue.

6’8” 2019 BJ Mack (Team United 14s)
Mack is a big boy, and has already made his mark on the national scene as he is a Top 30 ranked player in his class. Mack has a big time frame and is a great post passer. His activity and touch around the basket can cause issues with teams. Mack is on track to be recruited at the highest level. It will be fun to watch him bang with kids 2 years older.

6’6” 2019 Juwan Gary (Team United 14s)
Gary is a high octane downhill athlete, that tries to dunk everything. He is ranked as a top 15 player in his class and rightfully so. Gary’s high motor is the first thing that sticks out, but he is a player fans and coaches with both take a quick liking to. Make sure to mark him in your Sim card.

6’ 2017 Jalen Ray (Team Loaded 757 16s)
Ray is a smooth scoring guard. Playing on a loaded HS team with fellow 2017 prospects Mastadi Pitt and Marquis Godwin, Ray can be the forgotten man. Not for this Loaded 757 16U team, he is “the man”. The lefty is a pure jump shooter, who also has great skill in the mid-range. He is sneaky at the rim. While his recruitment hasn’t taken off yet, his ability to score should put him on the map.

Other Players of Note
6’ ’19 JC Tharrington, 6’2” ’17 Andrew Ziegler, 6’3” ’17 Christiaan Jones, 6’8” ’18 Jake Ledford, 6’3” ’18 Aaron Nesmith, 6’3” ’17 CJ Wilson, 6’1” ’17 Jaylan McGill, 6’8″ ’18 Jaden Frazier

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