2027 Jordan Page (Broughton)

Ranked as one of the top players in the country for his class, we were eager to see another viewing of Page and his growth. Broughton had a good showing overall and Page was the clear leader for this group. What had to impress you with his game is his overall motor and willingness to compete, his assertiveness on the boards, and his ability to get downhill and through contact. Good showing overall and certainly is one that has a ton of intrigue, but there is also a lot of potential left in his game.

2025 Johnniyus Sharpe (Reidsville)

Talk about a production from Sharpe, as he put on a show on Day 1 going for 29 points and then backed it up with 33 points; an overall impressive showing from the young man. Sharpe has elevated his play clearly to another level, displaying a tremendous ability to be a three-level scorer with a ton of confidence. Knocked down shots from three with ease, finished at the rim, and put on an offensive scoring show to lead his team in both games.

2025 Chase Williams (West Bladen)

Really like what I saw out of the big man from West Bladen, as he has a unique blend of strength, physicality, and skill that allows him to be highly effective on the court. With his size, he continued to flourish around the basket but impressed with his ability to score around defenders with touch and bully opponents.  And he can clearly be a double-double type guy with his physicality on the boards.

2025 Israel Eatman (Green Level)

I really liked what I saw early in the day from Eatman, and he clearly continues to show that he is a college-level player. His balance of leading the charge, creating off the bounce, making good reads, and initiating the offense, and also looking to be a scoring option impressed as he was comfortable in a variety of areas. Eatman shows patience in getting to his spots from multiple levels with a good release but also is a leader on the court for his team.

2025 Kenny Miller (Ben L. Smith)

Miller is an underrated prospect in the class of 2025 but hopefully, he was able to open some more eyes with his impact and versatility on the court. He continues to flourish with his athleticism, especially attacking and getting to the rim effortlessly. But he opened more of his development and added more levels to his game, as well as being scrappy defensively to allow his defense to turn into offense.

2026 Rivers Knight (Jordan)

I was eager to see Knight in action, as the big man has had some good showing this summer, but we were excited to see what he could provide to Jordan. He didn’t disappoint, as he continues to show that he is a skilled and high IQ forward that can be effective and skilled around the basket, show good footwork, finish strong at the rim, and even hurt you in stretching the court as well. Inside and out, Knight was able to produce in several areas and we are excited to see what he could do this upcoming season.

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