2024 6’8 Ty Outlaw (Burlington School):

There is no doubt that Outlaw brings a physical nature to the court that should catch the attention of college coaches. Outlaw can physically dominate opponents down in the paint with a blend of strength and athleticism, bullying through defenders, attacking the boards, and finishing strong through contact and at the rim.  He is one that doesn’t need to be the focal point to be effective but finds ways to produce for his team on both sides of the court. Outlaw could certainly be a valuable piece to a team.

2024 7’1 Harold Lee (Berean Baptist):

Lee is such an intriguing prospect for his size and is one that could certainly continue to develop even more at the next level. Lee though brings an intriguing game with his blend of athleticism and mobility, his blossoming skillset, and one that has strong instincts both offensively and defensively. He can not only run the floor and finish at the rim with authority but also makes his presence felt in altering shots as well.  But again, this is a player that could grow and develop even more at the next level, which should grab the attention of college coaches.

2024 6’10 Jozohn Price (Christ School):

Price is one that grabbed our attention before and has refreshed our memory of his game as a 6’10 prospect.  Price is one that offers good athleticism and ball skills, and intrigues with his ability to be an option in stepping out and knocking down shots from multiple levels. He is one that can create matchup problems, can make plays off the bounce, and has intriguing tools that could be used in a variety of ways. And again, being 6’10 at his size, Price could be a good piece for a college program at the next level.

2024 6’7 Derrick Green (Fayetteville Academy):

If you are looking for a strong physical big man who can carve out space down in the paint, Green would certainly be an option to look at here in North Carolina. He is an overpowering prospect who can physically move opponents on both ends of the court, and he has strong hands that allow him to be a monster on the boards and finish through contact with ease. He absorbs contact well, is a strong two-way rebounder, and outworks opponents in the paint in a big way.