#5 5’7 2021 Kadyn Dawkins: Eastern Guilford

Dawkins is an incredibly crafty lead guard that simply plays the game the right way.  As soon as he gets the ball he’s looking where it should go next and almost always delivers a well timed, accurate pass leading to an easy transition bucket.  Will definitely be one to watch for years to come in the triad and beyond.

#133 6’4 2021 Elijah Davis: CE Jordan High School

We saw Davis this summer with the Tennessee Bobcats playing 2 age groups up and he showed flashes of what he could do despite being younger than his competition.  You can tell he’s a coaches son with the way he plays (Father is UNC Assistant Hubert Davis) and he is always vocal on both ends of the court, getting his guys in the right position to make plays.  He’s a great perimeter shooter and really never takes a bad shot.

#165 6’7 2020 Luke Davis: Wesleyan Christian Academy

Davis is a bonafide stud that can really score from anywhere on the court and guard 3-4 positions really effectively.  He recently made the move to Wesleyan and to the 2020 class and I’m really intrigued to see how his recruitment picks up in the coming months, there’s no doubt he’s a Division one prospect in my eyes.

#68 6’0 2021 Collin Mills: Asheville Christian Academy

Mills is one of those guys that can get any shot on the court at any point in time.  He has a special ability to create his own jumper off the bounce and it’s starting to fall for him at a rapid rate.  It’s clear he’s developed both physically and in skill since we last saw him over the summer, look for that progress to continue and for Mills to become a  20+ PPG guy in the coming years. 

#159 6’5 2020 Reggie Raynor: New Life Christian Academy

Raynor really turned a corner headed into last spring and hasn’t looked back one bit.  He’s a super athletic wing prospect that has rapidly developed his all around game while playing with a crazy edge.  He’s one of the more accomplished prospects in the gym today and he’s still one of the hardest working kids on the court.  His jumper has really come a long way, looking more and more confident each viewing.  Holds an offer from Tennessee State and I expect that number to grow in a major fashion. 

#161 6’6 2021 Sam Perez: Middle Creek High School

Perez was a varsity starter on a super young Middle Creek team and was incredibly productive, and improved as the year went along.  He shoots the ball incredibly well from distance, but what’s really impressed me is the way he can create offense for himself at others.  He’s increasingly comfortable with the ball in his hands and that should help his Middle Creek team take the next year.