Game 1:
Winston-Salem Christian 60
Aiken High School 58

Quante Berry 6’4       2022    (Winston-Salem Christian)

Berry finished with 20 points and 6 assists in a 60-58 win over Aiken High School. The 6’4 combo guard continues to improve and improve his game as the primary ball handler and facilitator for this Winston-Salem Christian team. He did a great job of getting into the paint and finding teammates for drop-offs at the rim or kicking it out to shooters. He has a smooth stroke and is really good in the midrange off the bounce. He also showed poise knocking down two free-throws with 50 seconds remaining in the game to tie it up. 

Jordan Wildy             6’9       2021    (Winston-Salem Christian)

The Iona commit finished with 16 points and 7 rebounds. The long, active forward changes the game on both ends of the court. He has the ability to stretch the floor from the perimeter with his catch and shoot ability. He can also put it on the deck and attack off the bounce. On the defensive end, he has the ability to guard multiple positions. He rotates for blocks from the weakside. 

RJ Felton       6’4       2021    (Aiken)

The ECU commit is one of the toughest competitors you will find. His motor is what sets him apart. He finished the game with 20 points, 18 of those coming in the 2nd half. After trailing by 11 points at the half, Felton fueled the comeback. Not only did he lead the way on the offensive end, he set the tone on the defensive end rotating for blocks and anticipating for steals in the passing lane. 

Kameron Williamson           6’1       2022    (Aiken)

Williamson stood out in their game against Winston-Salem Christian. He kept Aiken in the game during the 1st half. The long, quick guard did a great job of getting into the paint and making the right play. He showcased excellent touch on his floaters, knocking down multiple over the length of Winston-Salem Christian’s post players. He also showed consistency knocking down the perimeter shot, hitting three three-pointers. Williamson finished the game with 19 points. 

Game 2:
United Faith Christian Academy 62
Covenant Day School 60

Xavier McKelvy        6’2       2022    (United Faith)

McKelvy is a strong, explosive guard who flat out gets it done. He finished the game with 25 points and the game winning basket. He is best attacking the rim, where he uses his strength and explosiveness to finish against contact. He also is able to finish at a high rate with either hand. For a guard, he does an excellent job on the offensive glass where he had two put-backs. On the defensive end, he is a strong on-ball defender and uses his chest well to cut ball handlers off on drives. 

LJ Johnson    6’3       2021    (United Faith)

Johnson was a guy who did a little bit of everything. He plays with a high motor and does whatever is needed to help his team win. He is an active defender and rebounds the ball well at the guard position. On the offensive end, he came up with timely baskets whether it was knocking down a perimeter jumper or finishing at the rim. 

Aden Holloway          6’0       2023    (Covenant Day)

Aden Holloway is one of the best 2023 prospects in the country. He is so smooth and makes the game look easy. He is polished well beyond his years. Holloway finished the game with 15 points and 6 assists. He has a great understanding of how and when to create for himself and his teammates. He has the ball on a string. He is able to create space for himself for his shot. He has a smooth stroke, especially off the bounce. One play that stuck out to me in particular was when he came off the ball screen in the 1st half, attacks downhill with his defender on his hip, and he stops on a dime and elevates for the midrange pull-up jumper. In addition, when he attacks the basket, he is a crafty finisher. What also makes him special is his passing ability. He gets into the paint and finds open teammates, whether dropping off to post players or kicking out to shooters. 

Marcus Brown                      6’5       2023    (Covenant Day)

Marcus Brown is a long, athletic wing who plays with a high motor and can finish at the rim. He is best when getting downhill and attacking the basket. He finished the game with 14 points and 6 rebounds. He crashes the offensive glass hard and finishes strong against contact. Defensively, he uses his length well and can defend multiple positions. He forces opponents to shoot tough shots over his outstretched hands. Brown is a young prospect worth tracking in the years to come. 

Game 3:
Westminster Catawba Christian School 70
Cannon School 68

Jahseem Felton         6’4       2024    (Westminster Catawba)

Felton is a nationally known prospect that continues to make his mark and presence felt. The freshman has so much potential. He does a great job of getting downhill and finishing at the rim. He uses ball screens and changes pace really well. He is excellent in the open court and really puts pressure on the defense. In addition, he communicates and possesses great leadership skills for such a young player. He finished with a game-high 22 points. 

MJ Collins     6’4       2022    (Westminster Catawba)

Collins is a skilled and versatile wing who has the ability to create off the bounce for himself and others. He can shoot it from the perimeter off both the catch and the bounce. Collins has a smooth pull-up jumper. He is able to make plays off the bounce, creating space for him to get his shot off. He also does a really good job on the glass. He finished with 21 points and 6 rebounds. 

Asil Hoyle      6’0       2022    (Westminster Catawba)

Hoyle made his presence felt early in the game and helped set the tone for his squad. He is a tough, scrappy guard who is always around the ball on the defensive end. Uses his quickness to bother the ball. He rebounds really well for his position. Offensively, he is quick and shifty with the ball in his hands. He made an impressive right to left cross in the 1sthalf and finished with the left hand. He filled the stat sheet with 15 points, 4 assists, and 7 rebounds. 

DJ Nix            6’6       2022    (Cannon School)

Nix is a skilled forward who has the ability to initiate the offense and create for others. He is a very good passer from the perimeter and in the post. For his size, he has a really good handle. He can also start the break and make the right read in transition. He has the ability to score from the post, but also step out on the perimeter and drive it. Nix uses his strong frame well to finish through contact at the basket. Nix makes a living at the line, drawing fouls when attacking the basket. He is also able to make the catch and shoot perimeter three. He led Cannon School with 20 points and also dished out 4 assists. 

Jarvis Moss    6’5       2021    (Cannon School)

Moss is known for his smooth shooting ability. And yes, he can really shoot it. He can heat up really quickly and make shots at a high level off the catch and the bounce. He has a smooth pull-up game. He is also expanding his game and doing much more off the bounce and creating for himself and others. Moss finished with 15 points to go along with 4 assists. 

Elijah Ormiston        6’8       2021    (Cannon School)

Ormiston is a stretch forward with a high basketball IQ. He really understands how to play the game and makes the right plays for his team. His shooting ability stretches the defense and opens up driving lanes for his teammates. He rebounded well finishing with X rebounds. Ormiston finished with 13 points and 7 rebounds.