6’7” 2019 Nate Dunlop
Augusta Christian (Augusta, GA)

Dunlop has great size and the ability to score the ball at all levels, against all opponents. After his performance at the South Carolina Top 80 he picked up offers from Navy and American. Yet again, Dunlop averaged close to 30 points. He can shoot the ball with deep range, he has explosion at the rim and he is able to get to his spots off the bounce. Dunlop is a good student and is someone who colleges should continue to put high on their recruiting boards.


6’ 2019 Michael Wade
Burlington School (Burlington, NC)

Wade has the ball on a string, gets wherever he wants on the floor. He is a great decision maker once in the lane with good vision and a crafty nature with his finishes. Wade is a solid shooter and a tough on the ball defender. He is a jet-quick guard who has a good frame. Right now his recruitment is not much, which should change. Wade should be on every D2 in the region’s radar with those who need a PG in 2019 all over him.


6’3” 2020 Tyler McKinney
Asheville Christian (Asheville, NC)

It is uncanny, McKinney’s game. Nothing is flashy about it at all, it is so fundamental it is almost boring (he is very Tim Duncan in that way). However, there is nothing boring about his incredible production. He was the MVP of the Tennessee Phenom 150 camp and finished in the Top 3 of the MVP voting for this camp. He has a good frame and good athleticism. His skill set is great, and he is comfortable in the mid-range, as well as attacking all the way downhill and off the catch. He is good for 20 each game, look for a big year from him as his recruitment picks up.


6’8” 2022 Deante Green
Christ School (Arden, NC)

Green walks on the floor and you take notice, with his size and frame. After watching his movements and with the ball in his hands, you quickly like him. Then you look at the roster and realize he’s only a freshman. Unbelievable upside here. Green has ball handling skills to push the break, he has range extending beyond the 3-point line and he is a good area rebounder. With his considerable skill set and size he is one that major D1s should put on their radars immediately.


6’2” 2020 Jackeem Herbin
Burlington Christian (Burlington, NC)

Herbin’s really showed out in front of our entire staff. He has a great frame, very sturdy, and a diverse skill set. The combo guard really opened eyes with his passing ability and vision. He created great angles/passing lanes off the bounce and delivered on target with both hands. Herbin has a smooth jump shot with easy range and can finish at the rim. Hebron is a sure fire D1 prospect and is one who should start to see multiple offers, at this level, come his way. Look for a jump in the rankings.