6’6″ 2019 Wendell Moore (Duke signee)
Cox Mill (NC)
38 Points. 12-22 FG. 2-5 3P. 12-14 FT. 14 Boards. 4 Assists.

Moore came into the event as one of the higher rated players participating. He came into todays game having scored 35 and 23 points. In this one, he added 38 more giving Moore a 3 game total of 96, which puts him in the events Top 10 for 3 games. Moore plays again on Monday. The four game record is 147 by Luke Kennard, however second is 119, Moore is only 23 points away from that. He also has grabbed 39 rebounds, 14 more will move in him into 6th place on the all-time, 4 game, list. Yes, Moore has been pretty dominant.

6’3″ 2020 Marcus Dockery (Maryland commit)
Bishop O’Connell (VA)
30 Points. 13-16 FG. 4-5 3P. 6 Boards. 4 Steals.

When he was able to get a shot off, more times than not, it went in. In fact, Dockery is an effortless scorer. The lefty plays with great pace and has a smooth feel. While he did turn the ball over a touch too much, it seemingly came when he was asked to handle the ball in full court situations, when he had the ball in the half court he was quick and decisive with his dribbles and attacked the basket with ease. It was an impressive performance, scoring the ball. Coach Mark Turgeon will enjoy have this at his disposal.

6′ 2020 RJ Davis
Archbishop Stepinac (NY)

Walking on the floor, you question if Davis is able to live up to his hype of having multiple high major type offers. Within five minutes of watching him play, you realize that he may be a bit under thought of on the national scene. Standing at a slender 6′ Davis plays like he is 8 feet tall. His confidence bleeds throughout his team. He is a true point guard, a throwback type with a modern slat to him. His pull up jump shot is difficult to defend, he has excellent vision and he has a great handle. Looking at some of the junior point guards ranked among the Top 150, Davis should certainly be ahead of some. He carries 13 offers, with the likes of Illinois, St John’s, Maryland, Seton Hall, etc…in tow. Expect more to get involved, a winning type player.

6’5″ 2019 Jaylen Forbes (Alabama signee)
Florence (MS)
22 Points. 10-14 FT. 19 Boards.

Forbes played like a grown man in this one. He used his long arms and strong frame to impose his will on the under manned University HS out of West Virginia. He has the look of a very good defender at the next level. He crashed the boards hard and he showed some nimbleness when getting downhill, toward the rim. He was the biggest and baddest thing going in this one.

6’3″ unsigned senior Mike Green
Christian Academy (SC)
26 Points. 4-9 3P. 9 Boards, 7 Assists. 2 Steals

Green scored his 2,000 career point here, while shooting over 45% from three, for his career. In this event he averaged 25 points, while knocking in 12 3s. Green is a pure shooter, but he is actually more than that. He has a nice handle and is a very good passer. Along with the 25 points, Green averaged 5.3 boards, 3 assists and 2.3 steals per game this week.