6’1 2021 Brock Williams: Burlington Christian Academy
Williams grabbed a lot of attention for scoring over 29 PPG as a freshman last year and he has been nothing but excellent in his first couple of game at #NCPhenom150. The kid simply knows how to score the basketball in a multitude of ways and isn’t afraid to put on a show while he’s doing it. A wide array of layups at the rack make Williams one of the most entertaining players at the event, but what a lot of people don’t notice is how tenacious of an on ball defender he is, constantly trying to force turnovers en route to more easy buckets. The kid is simply a joy to watch.
6’2 2020 Austin Locklear: Salem Baptist
Locklear has done a really good job today creating his own shot and making them when his team needed them most. He’s a really scrappy defender and is capable of defending either guard spot. He appears to be a bonafide scholarship level kid at this point in his basketball career. Maintaining consistency will simply take his game to the next level and beyond.
6’9 2020 Dean Reiber: Northwest Guilford
Reiber is a sensational talent that has consistently worked on his game to improve it to a point where he has virtually no weaknesses as he heads into his junior season. He scores it from all three levels and always does a good job at picking his spots based on his opposition, always aware of mismatches and different ways to exploit them. He currently boasts offers from High Point and Rice, expect that number to grow in a substantial manner over the course of the next 6-8 months.
6’3 2021 Glenn Bynum Jr: Northside Christian Academy
Bynum did an excellent job showcasing his game throughout the day at camp, and part of what made his game pop was his willingness to do the little things. Diving for loose balls, making the extra effort to get in the passing lane, passing up good shots for great ones, he simply does what every coach is looking for in a prospect on top of being an incredible gifted off-ball guard. He’s a great shooter despite not having the best day from beyond the arc, but he still found a way to have a super positive impact on his team, showing everyone the kind of prospect he is.