#108 6’6 2020 Keyon Mims: Fort Mill High School

Mims is a really versatile player due to his ability to defend multiple positions on the perimeter and interior. His offensive skillset is diverse. He can handle the ball, post up, shoot it from 3, and get above the rim for high flying finishes. He brings a lot to the table on the wing with the lineage of things he does well. He maintains a high level of productivity regardless of setting and that should matter. He’s trending as a no question division one talent, and his recruitment should continue to pickup following this event.

#117 6’8 2020 Nick Pringle: Whale Branch

Pringle brings an abundance of great qualities to the table when you look at him as a prospect. At 6’8 he can score it from all over the floor, presenting a soft touch from beyond the arc and some excellent footwork with his back to the basket. On the defensive end he does a great job defending ball screens and possesses great timing when protecting the rim. To go with his versatile skillset Pringle is a great team guy and emphasizes doing the little things. He talks on defense, he displays great body language, and he’s always there to help guide his teammates in the right direction. Low-Major D1 schools should be all over Pringle from here on out.

#111 6’5 2022 Luke Bracey: Rock Hill High School

Luke Bracey simply understands what this is all about. The camp was around 30-45 minutes behind schedule and it was the closing moments of the final game of the day in the 2nd gym and he’s taking charges with his team down by 13. He simply does the things that help you win basketball games and takes pride in how his team performs. At 6’5 he’s a bruiser down low and is starting to hone his perimeter skills in his evolution from a post player to a wing forward. His outside jumper is steadily improving, and his slashing skills from the wing are proving to become more and more reliable in each viewing. You put together his defensive prowess with rebounding, the ability to finish around the rim, and the constant improvement he continues to show in each and every viewing, you have a prospect that needs to be tracked closely moving forward. He’s also a high level football player so it will be interesting to track what sport he plays at the next level, but regardless Bracey is the kind of kid you want in your rotation.

#75 6’3 2020 Destin Clark: Indian Land High School

Clark has a really unique combination of legit PG skills, power, explosiveness, and defensive prowess. He looks like a blue chip middle linebacker but has some real game. He is a really productive player in all aspects of the game. He can lead you in scoring, rebounding, assists, or steals on any given game, and does a great job adapting to the situation and giving your team what it needs to come away with a victory. He can explode and get above the rim for an exciting finish, post up smaller guards, or run the point in ball screen situations, making excellent decisions in the process. He’s got an unorthodox game, but he consistently gets the job done. He’s a no brainer scholarship worthy prospect, and should have high level D2s-LM D1s in need of a utility piece for their 2020 class all over him.

#63 6’2 2020 Tauris Watson: Gray Collegiate

Watson brings a bevy of things to the table as a versatile backcourt piece that leaves a positive imprint all over the floor. He’s an explosive athlete that uses his gifts to make impact plays at both ends of the floor. He defends the point of attack with pride, uses his explosiveness to make things happen in transition, and does a great job moving without the ball when it’s not in his hands. Watson recently received an offer from South Carolina State and his recruitment trajectory appears to be headed in the right direction as it should be. Gray Collegiate has a chance to have a really good year with Watson playing an integral role on that squad.