Michael Hueitt has been part of the NC Phenom platform more than any other player throughout our 14-year history. He attended his first NC Junior Phenom Camp when he was only ten years old and hasn't missed a beat in the last eight years. For Michael Hueitt, he has enjoyed a storied high school career and is headed to Old Dominion to play college basketball. Does this surprise us at all' Absolutely not! Now, let's take a closer look at his impressive resume.

For Michael Hueitt, he has been a hard worker on and off the court. He is a great example of the term 'student athlete.' He sports an impressive 3.5 GPA and his basketball accolades speak volume. This season, Michael is averaging 25 PPG, 8 RPG, 7 APG, and is shooting 48% from the 3-point line. He recently broke the state record for hitting 16 3-pointers in one game. Standing a lengthy 6'3 with an enormous 6'11 wingspan, Michael swept conference awards. He was selected Conference Player of the Year, Tournament MVP, and All Conference First Team.

Michael was a two-time member of the prestigious NC Top 80 camp. When he was at High Point Christian, he led the team to the HSOT championship and was named tournament MVP. During his junior season, Michael averaged 16.3 PPG and shot an impressive 42% from the 3-point line. However, Michael gained national attention and made a name for him on the EYBL Nike Travel Ball circuit. Michael played on CP3 17U travel team and led the EYBL in the most 3-pointer made and shooting percentage of 42%. Even more impressive was his shooting percentage during the EYBL Peach Jam tournament where he shot 53% from the floor and 54% from the 3-point line.

We have often stated shooters translate at the highest level and one thing is for certain, Michael Hueitt has a high ceiling. He has the ability to create his own shot off the dribble or come off a 'catch and shoot' situation. He has the ability to score from all three levels and his offensive arsenal will translate extremely well for Old Dominion. Michael Hueitt has enjoyed a terrific high school career and he topped it off with an MVP season. Congratulations to a job well done, best wishes and continued success. You have made North Carolina proud.