2024 Felipe Patino (WS Christian):

Programs and coaches are always looking for shooters and Patino can provide that instantly. He continues to come off the bench for WS Christian and can be an instant offense with his ability to get to his spots and his confidence from behind the arc. Doesn’t force much and plays within the offense, but can be a difference-maker if shots are falling.

2025 Ian Howard (Concord Academy):

Howard has stepped up his game for Concord Academy, bringing another scoring option to the floor. He showed in the past his ability to be an offensive presence, and he is back at it for Concord Academy, doing a great job in reading and reacting, creating off the dribble and finishing, as well as knocking down shots.

2025 Chris Rivens (Covenant Day):

Rivens has been on our radar for some time now and at the Holiday Classic, he did a great job in being active and making an impact in a variety of ways. He brings a physical presence, created well off the dribble as well as moved well without the ball to create opportunities, he rebounded strong and also made good decisions in finding his teammates.

2026 Nick Arnold (Lake Norman):

Arnold is a player that I love watching and one must appreciate what he brings to the table. Tough, scrappy, and gritty point guard, he has no problem in mixing it up but plays so smart on the court on both ends. His ability to create and embrace contact, get inside the defense to create, finish strong over defenders, his ability to knock down shots, and his willingness to do the dirty work on the boards and defensively.