We breakdown several of the top matchups that will have all eyes on them in Greensboro. Here, we take a look at the power forward matchups.


The North Carolina Top 80 has quickly established itself as the state’s most prestigious showcase camp. A great part of this game is all the names that you know are in attendance, but there are a lot of kids that earned their way to the camp by having a great season, or a great NC Phenom 150 camp. These kids come in with something to prove, and provide great matchups.

Coming into an event where the majority of players will earn scholarships to play basketball in college, it can be overwhelming. Here we will look at some match ups that may pique your interest.


Game Set 1 Power Forwards

Deng Kongdok – Quate McKinzie – Jevontay Milner – Parker Julian


6’7” Sophomore Deng Kongdok (New Garden Friends) – The lefty Kongdok is an intriguing player. He possesses touch, athleticsm, and length which helps him on both ends of the court. Not many people know of Kongdok yet, but that will soon change. He is ranked #4 in NCs 2017 class.

6’7” Junior Quate McKinzie (Harrells Christian) – McKinzie is blessed with springs and a 7’ wing span. He is a dynamic defensive presense who is also able to snatch the ball from the top of the square. McKinzie carries two (2) offers, from Charlotte and UNC Wilmington.

6’6” Junior Jevontay Milner (Burlington Cummings) – Milner produces. For the year he averaged 15.5 points (65% FGs) and 13.5 Boards per game this season. Milner is lengthy, plays with a high motor, and has some touch. While he doesn’t have any recruitment right now, look for that to change soon.

6’7” Junior Parker Julian (Charlotte Latin) – Julian is skilled, quite skilled in fact. He can shoot with range and pass the ball out of the high post. The high academic stretch 4-man, is currently garnering interest from most of the Patriot and Ivy Leagues

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