6’7 ’19 Daniel Lobach
The combo-forward causes a bunch of matchup problems for opponents, as he possesses a terrific blend of interior and perimeter skills. Lobach is able to reliably stretch the floor and force the opposition to account for him at all times. He also displays phenomenal touch and instincts around the basket, which allows him to conform and adapt to whatever role is required. Lobach has a great feel for the game and could play for a variety of different programs at the Division I or II levels.
6’2 ’19 Kamari Scott
Folks already know about the main contributors on this squad, but Scott offers an exceptional amount of energy and defensive intensity worth noting. He plays with a high motor and looks to disrupt his assignment however possible. Scott possesses broad shoulders and great length. He doesn’t force the action on either end of the floor and embraces his role quite well.
Concord First Assembly:
6’2 ’21 Trae Benham
The combo-guard is arguably the most consistent offensive presence for this Concord First Assembly team, especially given his three-point shooting. Benham is possibly the best perimeter shooter in North Carolina’s sophomore class. He’s always set up and prepared to launch it from distance, but also showcases a lot of craftiness and has a clear willingness to attack the basket whenever possible. Benham handles the ball and creates for others quite well while doing an excellent job of playing tough and chippy on defense.
6’6 ’20 Myles Hunter
The long-bodied forward prospect plays such an integral role for this Carmel Christian squad as their main bench piece. Hunter enters the game and immediately looks to make an impact in the scoring department, especially as a spot-up shooter from beyond the arc. He stretches the floor quite well for his position and is capable of scoring on all three levels. Hunter is only a junior, so it’s likely that he’s a big part of the foreseeable future here.
6’2 ’19 Myles Pierre
The guard prospect wasn’t particularly impressive during the first half, but his performance in the second half was a major key in their battle against Independence. He provides such a strong balance of scoring and playmaking for this team and was able to get going from all levels during the second half. Pierre is going to be an amazing contributor at Houston Baptist and could ultimately be one of their better long-term pieces, especially given his blend of toughness, intelligence, and well-rounded skillset.
5’11 ’19 Raja Milton
One could argue that Milton was the best all-around performer for this Independence team and it wouldn’t be an outlandish statement. Division II programs should be beating down his door, as he’s starting to become the most underrated floor general in North Carolina. He does everything, from scoring and creating to forcing turnovers and making plays in transition, and does it all at an impressive rate. This group is simply better with him on the court, especially given his high IQ and long list of leadership qualities. There’s no real knock on Milton, which should simply be another reason for programs to get involved with the unsigned senior.