Chattanooga Elite

5’8 ’20 Cahlib Edwards- Though somewhat undersized, the wiry guard prospect proved to be a quality shot-maker with the ability to create for himself or others. Edwards displayed a strong feel for the game and highlighted solid craftiness when taking opponents off the bounce.


Team Trezz

6’3 ’20 Keishon Porter- The long, wiry wing prospect immediately catches the naked eye with his exceptional frame and terrific athleticism. He’s able to make a constant impact with his motor and ability to make the hustle plays on both ends of the floor. Porter attacks the basket with absolute relentlessness and looks to finish above the rim whenever possible.


Carolina Knights

6’3 ’20 Bryce Causey- The high-motor wing was the Knights main glue-guy throughout this contest, providing nonstop energy and doing a little bit of everything on both sides of the ball. Causey is a useful spot-up threat with the ability to take opponents off the bounce when necessary. He’s a well-rounded player that knows how to play the right way.


Fayetteville Flash

5’10 ’20 Jamael Carter- The lead guard was quite terrific throughout this showing, taking on a major role as their primary scoring option and maintaining great efficiency during the process. Carter has a pretty quick first step and has no problem getting by defenders and making plays within the paint. He scores the ball on all three levels and willingly looks for the open man.


Bertie Elite

6’5 ’20 Deontre Bryant- There’s so much to like with the long, wiry wing prospect and his useful all-around skillset. Bryant does an exceptional job of affecting various facets of the game without forcing the action or stepping out of his comfort zone. He’s a great teammate with creation skills and quality rebounding instincts.


NC Spartans East

6’1 ’20 Jake Ledbetter- The scoring guard continues to look like one of the most impressive college prospects on display. He’s a phenomenal shooter that only requires a glimmer of daylight to get off a clean look. Ledbetter handles the ball well and creates for himself with relative ease, but is fairly crafty and can also make plays for teammates.


Team Charlotte Herron

6’2 ’21 Joel Baucom- Though young and playing up a level, Baucom has arguably been the most polished prospect on this team. He possesses an extremely sharp feel for the game and offers an excellent balance between scoring and playmaking. Baucom has great vision and passing instincts, always keeping the ball in motion and showing great patience, but understands how to take advantage of easy scoring chances.


Fayetteville Flash

6’4 ’20 Miles Ray- The strong, fairly athletic wing prospect continues to look like a college-level prospect on both ends of the floor. Ray does a phenomenal job of getting downhill, attacking the basket, and finishing through contact. He’s a decent shooter, but typically doesn’t look to shoot unless given time and space. Ray is pretty versatile on defense and displays strong positioning when defending the point of attack.


NC Empire

6’3 ’20 MJ Wilkerson- The wiry, athletic wing prospect showcased a solid array of skills throughout the day. He made a ton of effort/motor plays, especially on defense and as a rebounder, which allowed him to make a constant impact. Wilkerson attacked the basket well and was able to knock down multiple jumpers in this showing.


WCBA Unsigned Seniors

6’1 ’19 Philip Burwell- The strong, athletic lead guard was terrific at setting the tone on both sides of the ball today. He showed a willingness and desire to defend at the point of attack, which allowed him to force multiple turnovers and push transition play. Burwell is smart and makes crafty reads with the ball in his hands.


Greensboro Warriors Unsigned Seniors

6’5 ’19 Noah Dunn- The strong-bodied wing/forward prospect was able to highlight a ton of useful skills today, especially on the offensive end of the floor. Dunn possesses a quality feel for the game and is capable of creating for himself, others, or spotting-up along the perimeter. He’s continued to return to quality basketball condition and should be a prospect for college coaches to monitor over the coming months.