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6'0 '20 Landon Sutton- There haven't been many players on display here in Fayetteville that have been more effective than Sutton through two games. He is always a threat to shoot the ball but he takes over once he starts penetrating and making plays in the paint. The recruitment process for Sutton will be an interesting one to monitor as the travel season carries on.

6'8 '20 Zach Shumate- The big man, in many ways, is one of the most integral cogs on this team. He plays harder than everyone and will do whatever it takes to put his team in a successful position. There are times when Shumate won't touch the ball for multiple possessions, but he still maintains the same activity and prowess each time he suits up.

6'5 '20 Kaleb Brooks- From the point-forward mold, Brooks naturally knows how to affect various facets of a game. He has a great frame and utilizes it well to control the defensive glass. Brooks is able to exploit a mismatch against nearly any type of defender, given his combination of size and shooting.

Team Wall Southeast

6'5 '19 Jalen Joiner- Has done a great job taking the next step in his development as a leader on and off the floor. Joiner is now hitting three-pointers at a solid rate and could be poised to take his game to another level soon. He's still a great athlete and defensive presence, but his recruitment will take off once he knocks down the three-ball with consistency.

6'1 '19 Jay Williams- Lead guard with incredibly quick first step, able to blow by opponents and enter the lane with relative ease. He could benefit from adding a reliable three-point shot, but is already quite effective. He has a really interesting mix of skill and athleticism

5'11 '19 Tyler Middleton- No one shot the ball better in this contest than Middleton, who scored on multiple occasions from three-point territory, and did a really nice job of drawing fouls. He was very quick off the bounce, able to get into the paint easily and finish through contact at the cup.