Upside For the Future
6'4' Freshmen Jamal Edmondson
Northwood (Charleston)

Edmondson is a name that many know around the region, and is growing nationally. He is a sturdily built forward who is very strong and plays with a non-stop chip on his shoulder. Traditionally, Edmondson is a downhill power wing type who attacks the basket. In this setting, he showed range and touch as he made 3 3s. Finishing with a double-double, Edmondson is a highly productive player.
Edmondson finished with 17 points, 13 boards, and 3 assists in the win.

6'8' Sophomore Jake Lanford
Porter Gaud (Charleston)

Lanford is a big body, who continues to get better each time out. He shows great hands and good vertical athleticism on the blocks. Lanford had a nice right hand jump hook to go along with multiple dunks on the blocks. He even caught a body, jumping off vert. Lanford also showed good timing while blocking shots, playing his man straight up.
Lanford finished with 15 points, 11 boards, and 4 blocks.

6'8' Sophomore Jerrell Kelley
Laurence Manning Academy (Manning)

Kelley has all the natural tools you would want. He also has a skill set that screams Division 1 prospect. A lefty, Kelley is able to attack the basket from multiple angles. He can handle as a wing, distribute from the high post, and is athletic/long enough to play in the short corner. Kelley is a long 6'8' player and has a lot of upside moving forward.
Kelley finished with 4 points, 9 boards, and 4 blocks.

6' Freshman Chico Carter, Jr.
Cardinal Newman (Columbia)

While being a little bit outmanned, Carter played with great confidence and a solid handle. Carter has deep range a great confidence in the half court setting. It will be interesting to see how tall Carter ends up getting, because he currently has a tweener guard's skill set.
Carter finished with 13 points, 3 3s made, 3 assists, and 3 boards.

6'5' Sophomore Aaron Nesmith
Porter Gaud (Charleston)

Coming in as the 3rd'person on this list from Porter Gaud, you have to think their gym will be filled with college coaches in the near future. Nesmith won conference player of the year, averaging over 20 points per game. Already standing a very coordinated 6'5', Nesmith showed a pure scorers mentality. He has range beyond the arc, a quick step into the lane, and the length/strength to finish at the rim. Nesmith is a good athlete, a great student, and plays with a high IQ. Another young D1 prospect at Porter Gaud.
Nesmith finished with 21 points, 5 boards, and 3 assists in the win.