In the last month, Beale has taken the region's recruiting by storm. It started with the Spring NC Phenom 150 and then was followed up by his performance at the NC Top 80. He has not slowed down since then.

Two years ago, Beale played JV at Southern Durham High School, he had a good year. He then decided he wanted to transfer to local Voyager Academy. Unfortunately, because he transferred from a local high school to a local charter school, the NCHSAA deemed him ineligible.

It was a shame that this is the case they had to make an example of. Because Beale is a very good student, and Voyager Academy went on to win the NCHSAA state championship. However, Beale had to just attend classes.

Prior to the season Beale attended the Fall NC Phenom 150 camp, this was our first viewing of him. After this camp we wrote, 'Beale is a complete ball player who understands the game and completely plays within himself. He is quick and explosive, and he carries good length. He is a good defender and is able to guard both guard spots. Beale's camp coach Coach Lindell stated, 'Jordan has a knowledge of the game and excellent court vision. He has good handles going left and right and is a strong finisher at and above the rim.' Beale is a player that D1s should learn more about.'

He quickly showed at the prestigious North Carolina Top 80, that he is the real deal. Against the best players in the state of North Carolina, Beale showed out. Here is what we said after his performance, 'Jordan is a solid combo guard that is so smooth and fluid in the open court. He has such a soft shooting touch from the perimeter and from the 3-point line. He has excellent shooting mechanics with beautiful backspin and rotation. While Jordan is one of the more efficient perimeter shooters for his position, he has the ability to use his body control to finish effectively against pressure and contact. In addition, Jordan is the ultimate team player. He was one of the camp's top scorers, but he does it all without the framework of the offensive. Rarely, does he try to manufacture or hunt down his shot, but he simply allows the game come to him. We were also impressed with his unselfish play and overall great attitude.'

Even hoops analyst Clint Jackson got into the mix with Beale after his NC Top 80 performance stating, 'Only 6-2, but this combo guard is insanely quick and explosive. His arms are long and his shoulders are high, so he plays much bigger than his size. Beale is an exceptional defender when he locks in and he can attack the basket like a beast. He can play a role for a mid major school as a specialist. His athletic ability as a defender and transition attacker are off the charts. Will play for Durham (NC) Voyager Academy next season.'

Coaches, it is evident that not many know about this kid. However, he is one that many schools around the region should get in to see. His explosion, soft touch with deep range, and his production within the system sets him apart from the rest.

Join the many curious coaches around the region on the sidelines to watch him at Spring Hoops Fest LIVE April 16-17