2025 Zymicah Wilkins

The big man was consistent throughout the camp and had some bright moments in which he was able to shine and showcase his feel for the game. And then, in the championship game, he had a breakout-type performance, going for 29 points and 14 rebounds to lead his team in a tight battle. Wilkins is one that I believe gets overlooked on the national radar, but there is still room for growth in his game. He has great hands, he is nimble on his feet, can face up and score but also body up defenders in the post to score.  Wilkins represented NC well down in Florida, and his championship showing may have opened a few more eyes his way.

2025 Jaylen Cross

When you talk about consistency, I liked what I saw from Cross on several occasions.  When you talk about this young man, Cross is one of those ultimate team guys that college programs love to have on their roster. He does what is needed to help his team win, whether it is being more of a scoring threat, playing hard defensively, creating and finding teammates, and/or helping on the boards.  Cross has had his moments in the past, but he brings a lot of value in the role he plays for his team; really blends in with so many teams.

2025 Isaiah Denis

Denis has seen his recruitment skyrocket, and you can see this is a young man who has grown a ton of confidence over the last year or so with his game and capabilities. Denis had some strong moments throughout the camp, continuing to show his ability to be a shot-maker from the perimeter, as well as a leader on the court. Denis’ athleticism and shotmaking have made him a very intriguing target for schools, and that should slow down after this week.

2025 Trent Steinour

Steinour, who is already committed to Clemson, had some good flashes in several games and competed on both sides of the floor. At times, he was able to run the floor and finish at the rim, get second-chance opportunities with his activity on the boards, or even show his improvement in stepping out and stretching the court. He and his team had a tremendous weekend, eventually walking away with the championship.

2025 Bryce Slay

Slay was another North Carolina prospect who was able to make the trip down to Florida and compete with some of the best talent around. He was part of a very intriguing team and he was able to bring value to his team when on the court. Slay looked to show his ability to knock down shots and be a threat from the perimeter, but also one could see that he played hard on both ends of the court.

2025 Sadiq White

White was tremendous all throughout the weekend, coming out strong at the event but continuing his play through each game. White continued to flourish with his athleticism, putting a few highlight dunks on his resume but also was effective in scoring around the basket, stepping out and knocking down shots, and at times stretching the court. Really liked his blend of versatility, impact on both sides, and his athleticism. He had a tremendous showing throughout the event.

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