NC Red Storm
6'0 '18 Dakari Johnson- The scoring wing applied a ton of pressure as an offensive threat in this
contest. He was excellent throughout the first half, making nearly anything he attempted. His
approach in the second half was focused towards making plays off the bounce for others.
Johnson is an intriguing guard option at the next level, wherever he ends up.
6'5 '19 Sam Okauru- There is a lot of intrigue surrounding Okauru and his terrific upside as a
prospect. He has a quality frame for the next level. He's still only beginning to scratch the
surface of his abilities on offense, but could emerge as a excellent two-way prospect in the
coming months.

Team ENC 910
6'0 '20 Phil Knight- Throughout this contest, Knight could be found making a play. He scored
decently well from start to finish, but he keeps the ball in constant motion through his team-first
concept and unselfish approach. Knight is a solid all-around guard who has the ability to swing a
game with his play.
5'11 '20 Reginald Walton- The floor general wasn't aggressively hunting buckets in this game,
nor does he usually, but opponents still struggled to contain him off the bounce. Walton is a
quality leader and knows how to run a team, consistently displaying a high IQ and initiating
offense for others. He does a nice job making decisions and spreading the ball around.

Team United Elite
6'6 '19 Miles Pauldin- The undersized big man was really effective throughout this contest,
rebounding well on both ends of the floor and scoring on drop-off passes. Pauldin doesn't
possess an elite skill, but he knows how to make an impact without needing to score.
6'2 '19 Jah'Quez Sanders- The guard prospect is one of the most reliable two-way players on
this squad, making a priority out of his defensive play. Sanders doesn't force the action on
offense and does a solid job of making an impact without the ball. He hit shots whenever the
opportunity arose.

Mooresville Magic
6'3 '19 Demarcus Johnson- The short-handed Magic still had their leader throughout this
contest, and he did a little bit of everything in this one. He handled the ball well and created
shots on a consistent basis, both for himself and others. Johnson remains a high IQ athlete with
savvy playmaking and scoring abilities.
6'1 '19 Greg Leichty- As one of the newest additions to this squad, it was nice to see Leichty
already developing a nice comfort level on the floor. He hit shots and made nice reads
throughout this game. His mechanics are a little unorthodox, but he's effective nonetheless.

6'6 '19 Ben Lubarsky- The stocky forward prospect provides a nice punch of versatility to this
team, especially on offense. He's big and rebounds pretty well, but his ability to handle and score
the ball are quite valuable. Lubarsky has an intriguing skillset and could be used in a variety of
ways at the next level.
6'0 '19 Max Demeus- The combo-guard was one of the best players throughout this contest, on
either team. He showcased consistent three-level scoring with deep shooting range beyond the
arc while also making a noticeable impact as a defender. He did everything in this one and
displayed a strong IQ throughout.

Team Charlotte
6'5 '19 DeAngelo Epps- The hard-nosed wing just knows how to make things happen on the
hardwood, doing everything on both sides of the ball from start to finish. He exerts a ton of
energy and is one of the top two or three defenders in the gym. Epps is a great athlete with strong
IQ and feel for the game.
6'8 '19 TJ Bickerstaff- Few players have more upside than Bickerstaff, who has been one of the
most intriguing prospects on display at our JMAC Showcase. He displays soft touch around the
basket and consistently makes plays
6'7 '21 Jacori Owens- There is a lot of upside with Owens, who is incredibly young and just
beginning to harness his two-way abilities. He has an excellent feel around the paint and
understands how to properly utilize his length to block and alter shots on defense.