6'3' Martin Maide
Carmel Christian (Charlotte)

If Bill Rafferty were commentating a game Maide was playing in, the term 'Onions' would be used regularly. The kid is just made of steel with ice water in his veins. He sees the floor well and shoots with deep range. Maide also gets into the paint where he is a crafty finisher. Very productive and a winner.

6'3' Sherod Sidbury
Laney HS (Wilmington)

Sidbury came into the camp as one of the lesser known players, but left having started to make a bit of a name for himself. He has a very strong, football like build. However, he plays the game with a great pace acting as a great secondary handler. Sidbury has a smooth jump shot and upside as a perimeter defender.

6'3' Raequan Brown
Rocky River HS (Mint Hill)

Brown goes out and gets the job done. He is very strong and is able to pass, score and defend. Brown plays with a good pace and rebounds his position with a purpose. He is a winning player who makes winning plays, throughout the course of the game, on both ends of the floor.

6'5' Jace McKenney
South Brunswick HS (Southport)

McKenny came out the gates with a 26 point game. He is a very physical, high motor wing. McKenny chases every rebound and blocked shot and is very competitive. McKenny uses his high level explosion and length to play well above the rim. A very productive player with clear upside.

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6'5' Gavin Rains
Wheatmore HS (Trinity)

No one knew Rains coming into the NC Top 80. However, that is a shame as he averaged 13 points, 11 boards, 3 assists, 2.5 steals and 1.5 blocks per game this season. The extra bouncy wing is a multi-positional defender who loves doing the tough guy stuff. He also mixes in a smooth jump shot and good length. He is a winner.

6'7' Imajae Dodd
Greene Central (Snow Hill)

Dodd is a freak type of athlete. He blocks shots and finishes well above the rim and plays with a nasty streak that allows him to get to a lot of those balls. He carries good footwork in the post and great hands and touch. Dodd carries multiple D1 offers and as clear upside to continue improving rapidly.

6'5' William Onyeodi
Fayetteville Academy (Fayetteville)

Two things will never come into question with Onyeodi, his explosion and his motor. Onyeodi is a very good defender and an even better rebounder. When he is able to get out in transition, watch out, hes coming to dunk it on your head.

6'6' Audiese Toney
Northwood Temple (Fayetteville)

Toney has a strong frame with great length. In this event he showcased a very unique skill set. He shot the ball from range, very well and he also showed great vision that would suggest you could run offense through him. Toney is one to watch moving forward, very intriguing.

6'5' Shawn Walker Jr
Wesleyan Christian (High Point)

Walker is a bigger point guard. He has great length and good explosion. He showed the ability to get downhill and make good reads once he was in the paint. We like his upside.

6'6' Patrick Williams
West Charlotte (Charlotte)

Williams is not flashy, but he is incredibly heady. He carries great length and his feel for the game is off the charts. Williams is seen on the ball for a lot of the game, where he makes good passes and finishes above the rim. Very high upside as a playmaker, in the halfcourt, with size.

6'7' Luke Davis
South Central (Winterville)

Davis does a little bit of everything from the power forward position. He has good length and bounce as he battles for rebounds. He can also stretch the floor and make shots off the catch or in pick and pop situations, from 18 feet to 22 feet. He is a player to watch closely.

6'7' Greg Gantt
Trinity Christian (Fayetteville)

The first thing you notice about Gantt's game is his versatility. He has great length and he sees the floor very well from the high post. He is a good shooter from the mid range and a multi-positional defender. He is a playmaking 4-man.

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6'7' Justin McKoy
Panther Creek HS (Morrisville)

McKoy has a great frame and he can really shoot the ball. In the half court McKoy is comfortable on the ball as he is able to get downhill or get a team into the offense. However, as we mentioned above, he is one of the best shooters in the state.

6'8' Michael Fowler
Greensboro Day (Greensboro)

Fowler is a high academic big man. He carries a great frame and he shoots the well from 15 feet to 22 feet. Fowler rebounded the ball well in this event and he showed the ability to finish around the rim. His game is evolving and getting better each time out.

6'8' BJ Mack (Virginia Tech)
Charlotte Christian (Charlotte)

Mack is an early commitment to Virginia Tech and Buzz Williams did a good job with this one. Here he showed great footwork on the block and ball skills from the high post. He was able to put his back to the basket and get a bucket or face up and get downhill off the bounce. Very high upside here, he does the little things, not to mention he has great length.

6'8' Kadin Shedrick
Holly Springs HS (Holly Springs)

Shedrick is an intriguing prospect. He is very long and carries great timing on defense. His length and timing allow him to block and alter a lot of shots. He can also step out and knock down the 3-point shot off the catch. Shedrick attacked the rim a couple of times here off the bounce showing he is one to watch with a nice upside.

 

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6'7' Derricko Williams
Kinston HS (Kinston)

In the words of every coach at the event, 'Williams is an animal.' He plays with such aggression and such explosion that he is in on every rebound and he tries to dunk everything around the basket. Williams showed solid touch and some ability to put it on the floor, but that will continue to get better. His calling card is his never ending motor and fierce attacking of the rim.

6'8' Jae'lyn Withers
North Mecklenburg HS (Huntersville)

Withers game gets better each time out, it also appears that he grows each time out. He now stands as a player who has a pure shot with deep range and the ability to put the ball on the floor. He is a very long athlete, and his upside is through the roof.

6'9' Emmanuel Izunabor
Fayetteville Academy (Fayetteville)

Izunabor has a great frame and once he has caught the ball he goes up with vigor and tries to tear the rim off. He is a very explosive athlete around the basket and he was giving out two-handed flushes throughout the day. Very intriguing to watch moving forward as his game is rapidly getting better by the day.

6'10' Deaundre Wilkins
Wesleyan Christian (High Point)

Wilkins carried the most physically imposing frame on the day. He has good hands and carries great length and size. When he is playing with confidence, Wilkins is a strong 2-handed rebounder and an imposing rim running big. There is room to grow here but also a ton of upside, should be fun to watch over the next couple of years.

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