#62 6’1 2024 Brandon Ihle (Apex, NC)
Ihle is a high quality young post player that has range that extends out to the 3 point line and beyond. He has a firm understanding of the game, utilizing his talent to his advantage and maintaining a high level of productivity in both of his games thus far. If he continues to grow he can be a really versatile forward at the high school level, and if he doesn’t he has a good foundation of guard/wing skills that should allow him to develop into whatever he wants to be.
#52 5’10 2024 Jordan Vick (Wilson, NC)
Vick is arguably the most talented kid at camp today and he’s showed it time and time again in the action thus far. He’s incredibly advanced in regards to the manner in which he plays, showcasing a skillset that is way beyond his years. He’s smooth attacking the rack, can shoot it from anywhere, and does a great job making life difficult on the defensive end with his quick hands and lateral mobility. Without a doubt one of the next big things out of ENC if he continues to hone his talents.
#34 5’7 2023 Etienne Strothers (Newport News, VA)
Strothers has been one of the more exciting and flashy players we’ve seen at camp today. He has a special ability to make defenders miss with his ability to handle the rock and does a great job running the break, finding his teammates for easy buckets. He certainly has the kind of flare needed to play in Newport News, he looks to be a bright young star coming up from that area.
#70 6’2 2023 Irvin Perkins (Wilson, NC)
Perkins is a strong bodied young forward that does a great job making a positive impact with his energy and rebounding. He has great touch around the basket and as he continues to refine his shooting mechanics the jumper should come with it. He’s another talented ENC kid that made the trip to camp today, and he’s absolutely taken care of business.
#16 (38 in picture) 5’10 2023 Jason Hancock (Greensboro, NC)
Hancock is a smooth operator in the backcourt, he can play either on the ball or off of it, and really does a good job creating for himself off the bounce. He split time between the Greensboro Day Middle School and Junior Varsity team as an 8th grader this past year, and he should be next in line at the powerhouse if he continues to develop. He has a great foundation of tools to work with, including his keen understanding of the game that all GDS kids seem to have.