#59 6’1″ 2023 Zion Walker
Turrentine Middle (Graham, NC)

Walker comes from great blood lines as he is cousins with JamesOn Curry and Junior Robinson. Walker looks like he is next in line to carry the family name. He is very strong, has great length and is very skilled. Walker was a 2-way threat with his ability to both defend the point of attack as well as create offense. He was a selfless passer and a very adept scorer as he got downhill. He was unanimously considered the camp MVP among the staff and it will be very fun to watch him grow over these next few years.


#61 6’3″ 2023 Bryce Cash
Charlotte Christian (Charlotte, NC)

Cash was one of the bigger kids in camp, but he was also one of the more mobile players. He would routinely snatch the rebounds and push the break. Once in the paint he showed a number of finishes at and around the basket with in and out dribbles and euro steps with both hands. Cash has the look of a player who is still growing and it will be interesting to see how big he ends up getting. A lot to look forward to here as he was the camp’s Mr Station award winner.


#28 6’1″ Giovanni Nannucci
Aycock Middle (Greensboro, NC)

Nannucci had a smooth and wiry feel to his game. The lefty was very crafty with the ball in his hands, able to blow by his defender and finish with great craft in the paint. He was also a good passer, showcasing great vision with a number of no look and pitch ahead passes. Nannucci shot the ball well and he spent much of the day in the paint. A high IQ, play creating wing, he was clearly one of the better players in the event as he won the Mr. Hustle award.


#60 – 6’2″ 2023 Trey Horton
Davidson Day (Huntersville, NC)

Horton carried a great frame and was very skilled. Off the rip you noticed his ability to shoot the ball when his feet were set. After he got comfortable in the setting, he showcased an ability to put it on the floor and rebound his area very well. His game, at this point, is reminiscent of Justin McCoy (2019 committed to Penn St) with his size, frame and skill set, Like so many others in this camp, his prospect will be predicated on how big he ends up. Without question, he has a great skill set and IQ to build on.


#42 5’8″ 2023 Tomir Moore
Contentnea-Savannah (Kinston, NC)

Watching Moore, he doesn’t immediately jump off the page at you. However, as you continue watching him you quickly realize how easy he makes the game. Moore is incredibly skilled, so much so he is very unassuming. It is the little things with Moore, his vision is off the charts, but not only his vision but the angles he takes and the passes he delivers to set up the best play possible. He shot the ball well and he defended very smartly. Moore is growing up in basketball rich Kinston, NC and he will be a name to keep in your mind, a lot of tools and an incredibly IQ and skill set to grow with.