6’0 2023 Amari Richardson (Panther Creek)
Amari Richardson started off day two of The John Wall with a team-high 22 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 steals. The senior guard shot the ball extremely well from behind the arc, going 4-7 from three. Richardson has the ability to knock down shots both off the catch and the bounce. He has an extremely smooth release on his jumper. Richardson also has the ability to create off the bounce and make plays for others. He has a quick first step and the ability to put pressure on opposing defenses by creating paint touches.
6’5 2025 Jackson Keith (Southern Durham)
Once again sophomore Jackson Keith showcased why he’s at the top of his class in North Carolina. Keith helped lead Southern Durham to the win while finishing with a near double-double of 19 points and 9 rebounds. Keith has excelled over the past two days of getting downhill, finishing strong at the rim, and drawing fouls.
6’9 2024 Trentyn Flowers (Combine Academy)
One of the top players nationally in the 2024 class, Flowers showcased his full offensive arsenal. His mix of size, length, athleticism and skill make him a tough cover for any opponent. Flowers has the ability to score from all three levels. Flowers finished with 19 points, 8 rebounds and 4 steals.
6’6 2024 Rakease Passmore (Combine Academy)
Known for his elite athleticism and ability to finish above the rim, Passmore has continued to expand his game and is proving to be more than just an athlete. He is shooting the ball very well this season from behind the arc, and did so again today going 2-4 from three. In addition, he shot an efficient 7-11 from the field and finished with 16 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists.
6’7 2025 Preston Copeland (Raleigh Christian)
The underclassman forward continues to improve each time we see him play. Copeland provides Raleigh Christian with a tough, physical presence on the interior. He finishes well through contact at the rim, going 7-9 from the field. Copeland finished with a team-high 18 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists.
6’6 2023 Freddie Dilione (Word of God)
The Tennessee commit continues to showcase why he’s one of the top players nationally in the 2023 class. Good things happen for Word of God when the ball is in Dilione’s hands. He makes instinctual plays whether it’s creating his own shot or finding others. Dilione had an efficient game going 4-7 from the field, 1-1 from behind the arc, 6-8 from the foul line, while finishing with 15 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists and 3 steals.
6’4 2024 Austin Swartz (Cannon School)
Austin Swartz is having a stellar junior campaign and is starting to make a name for himself on the national stage. Swartz showcased his high-level shot making ability, along with his ability to create for others. He finished with a team-high 24 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals.
6’4 2025 Isaiah Henry (Cannon School)
Isaiah Henry is a tough competitor. He is having a strong sophomore season and continues to prove why he’s one of the top players in his class in North Carolina. He attacks the basket strong and finishes thru contact. He has also really improved his perimeter shot, going 2-5 from behind the arc on his way to a near double-double of 22 points, 9 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals.
6’0 2023 Aden Holloway (Prolific Prep)
The Auburn commit is one of the smoothest guards you’ll see play, and that was on full display today in Prolific’s opening round win. Holloway is extremely crafty off the bounce, scores from all three levels, and makes next level reads in ball screen situations. He had the most efficient game of the day, finishing with 19 points on 5-11 shooting from the field and 4-6 from behind the arc. It can’t go without being mentioned his 7 assists to just 1 turnover. Talk about commanding the show at the point guard position, Holloway does it as good as anyone.
6’6 2024 Drake Powell (Northwood)
UNC is getting a good one in Drake Powell. He does it all on the court. It starts with his presence on the defensive end. He started the game with a highlight-reel block. Offensively, he excelled in the midrange where he is able to elevate and knock down shots over contested hands. Powell finished with the double-double and team-high 20 points and 10 rebounds.
6’3 2023 DJ Wagner (Camden)
The Kentucky commit put on a show in the championship game of the Coby White bracket leading his team to a commanding 60-35 win. Wagner finished with a game-high 22 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist and 3 steals while shooting 8-17 from the field and 4-9 from behind the arc. He showcased his full offensive arsenal, scoring from multiple levels.