ClassHeightNo.NameCityStateHigh School
20216′3″121Walter GhaffarLumbertonNCCleveland High School
20216′4″128Jayson FainMartinsvilleVACarlisle School
20215′10″71Chris HunterConcordNCCox Mill High School
20216′6″135Jacob MorganHuntersvilleNCPine Lake Prep
20216′0″89Arrington JonesWinston- SalemNCWinston Salem Christian School

 

No. 121 6’3 2021 Walter Ghaffar

It was very productive day for the 6’3 combo guard. Ghaffar averaged 17.5 PPG and was nominated and selected as the camp’s Mr. Hustle Award. We’re talking about a tough, hard-playing, aggressive and “do it all” guard that has a knack for making winning plays and making things happen. No matter the venue, no matter the setting, Ghaffar is going to give maximum effort and plays like every possession is on the line.

 

No. 128 6’4 2021 Jayson Fain 

Jayson Fain was a workhorse on both ends of the court. Fain was terrific in transition getting downhill repeatedly and was able to score with contact in the paint. Playing often above the rim, Fain showcased his athleticism and leaping ability that enabled him to be the camp’s fourth leading scorer at 16 PPG. In addition, Fain was a strong rebounder and was a force the entire camp.

 

No. 71 5’10 2021 Chris Hunter 

Chris Hunter is a physically strong and athletic point guard who was difficult to contain in the open court. Hunter was relentless getting to the rim and finishing at a very high rate. Playing with a “bulldog” mentality, Hunter was also one of the camp’s top “on ball defenders” and demonstrated a ball hawkish attitude the entire day. In addition, Hunter averaged 14 PPG.

 

No. 135 6’6 2021 Jacob Morgan

While Jacob Morgan may be fundamentally sound, has a high basketball IQ, don’t mistake that for being “soft.” Morgan showcased his toughness and grit the entire day, hustling, diving on the floor for loose balls, battling for rebounds, and not backing down from any challenge. In addition, Morgan was knocking down 3-pointers off the dribble/bounce and scoring from all three levels.

 

No. 89 6’0 Arrington Jones 

The lightning quick point guard enjoyed an outstanding day on both ends of the court. Whether it was taking charges on the defensive end of the court or making timely and precise passes that led to countless buckets, Arrington was one of the more productive players at the camp. In addition, we love the vocal leadership, team first approach, and positive attitude displayed the entire day.