2024 Jordan Dancy (Wesleyan Christian):
Dancy is a player who has been around the Phenom Hoops landscape for some time now, and when he steps on the court, you know what you are going to get. He is a 6’6 athletic forward who understands his role, knows how to be productive, is tough and active, and knows how to be an impact player without always having the ball in his hands. Dancy will battle, he will rebound, he will defend, and shows the ability to be a scoring option in a variety of ways.
2024 Luke Morgan (Wesleyan Christian):
It has been a great week so far for Morgan, as we provided a spotlight on him recently in an article and he also earned his first offer from Navy. Can’t beat that the last few days, but Morgan could continue to see more eyes his way. Why' From watching him as a young prospect to where he is today, it can be seen that he has taken strides in his game but there is still more room for growth. He has the 6’9 long frame that you like, he isn’t afraid to step out and show his range and shot-making, but he also has been more assertive as of late in running the floor, helping on the boards, and attacking the basket as well.
2024 AJ Parsley (Mooresville):
That classic saying ‘It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, its the size of the fight in the dog’ is one that fits this young man. Every single time I see Parsley on the court, I know what I’m going to get; an absolute competitor. He is quick, shifty creator, makes plays off the dribble well, plays hard and with a ton of energy, and is an absolute pest on the defensive end. Parsley does a great job in controlling the game and getting others involved, and there are plenty of programs that could use his skillset in a variety of ways.
2024 Chicale Ward (Bull City Prep):
There is a lot to like about Ward’s game, and he has been one of the most consistent prospects all summer long with Phenom Hoops and other events. The 6’5 prospect is a long, athletic wing who understands how to make his impact felt, especially as a scoring option. He is a capable shooter, can make plays off the bounce and dribble, attack downhill and finish with his size, but also one that can be a versatile piece on the court. Time after time, he has been posting 20+ points showings, and we don’t see that slowing down.
2024 Nic Levy (Charlotte Latin):
Levy was another player that had a solid weekend, adding an offer from Barton College to his resume. But Levy is one that I continue to find intriguing with his 6’5 frame, his ability to be a key role player in certain situations, his ability to knock down shots with range and get to his spots, and I do believe there is a lot more in the tank as he continues to develop. Though his shot-making grabs your eyes at times, it is the potential that is one that really intrigues you. That is why he would be one to really watch out for this upcoming season.