Charlotte Dragons
5’10 ’20 David Pino- Solid lead guard with high motor and nice playmaking instincts; he made
plays in transition and scored the ball efficiently in this contest.

Team Charlotte 2022
5’9 ’22 Christopher Brown- The Charlotte lead guard consistently got it done in this contest,
getting into the paint and making plays. He scored and assisted on various offensive possessions
and was the leading scorer in this game.
6’4 ’22 Tyree Bracey- With all these young prospects, one could argue that Bracey has the most
upside on this team, given his frame and abundance of tools. He’s just beginning to scratch the
surface of his physical abilities.

Fort Mill Knicks
6’0 ’22 Miller Shouse- This wasn’t the best performance for the Knicks, but Shouse was fairly
impressive throughout this game, scoring on all levels while leading the team in total points. His
play off the bounce was quite successful in this one.

Team Loaded NC
5’10 ’22 Jacob Newman- The point guard was among the best underclassmen guard prospects at
Spears on Saturday, given his ball-handling and passing abilities. He’s fairly quick off the
bounce and enters the paint frequently.

Team CP3 2023
5’11 ’23 Treymane Parker- The floor general for Team CP3 is as impressive as they come, in
terms of youth and overall polish. Parker is capable of everything on the hardwood and is already
playing above the rim.
6’4 ’23 Mekhi Grant- The long-bodied forward has a lot of upside, given his measurements and
tools on both sides of the floor. He plays hard at all times and doesn’t try to force any action on
offense. Has incredible upside defensively, especially if he can play as a full-time perimeter

Palmetto City Hurricanes
6’4 ’21 Chase McDuffie- Long, wiry forward prospect with two-way production; he rebounds at
a quality level on both ends of the floor. McDuffie scores extremely well from all over the court,
but it’ll be intriguing to see how he expands his game going forward.

Team Loaded- Stephens
6’2 ’21 Britt Anderson- Tough combo-guard that knows how to thrive with or without the ball;
his three-point shooting and ability to generate shots off the bounce were key all game. Anderson
is an exceptional shooter, especially from three-point range, and must be respected beyond the
6’3 ’21 Sully McDermott- The combo-forward is the main glue-guy on this squad; he passes
really well and does a solid job of scoring on all three levels. He has a really solid feel for the
game and displays great patience with the ball in his hands.

Palmetto City Hurricanes
5’10 ’21 Darius Porter- The floor general was incredibly effective on both ends of the floor; he
forced multiple turnovers and made a ton of plays in transition. Porter did a solid job of creating
for others and showcasing his unselfishness from start to finish.

6’8 ’20 Joe Flucus- The big man was arguably the most intriguing prospect on display during the
Saturday slate of games at our Champion Showcase. He has an excellent frame and overall
physique for his position, but could continue to improve over the next year. Flucus has a
basketball player’s body, it’ll be interesting to see what is next in his development process.
6’6 ’20 Christian Peterson- Intriguing face-up big man with nice touch and floor-spacing ability;
he looks comfortable on the perimeter and knows when to take advantage of mismatches.
Peterson is tough and plays hard on both sides of the ball.