No 43 Kyle Clarke – 2019 – Neuse Christian Academy

Areas of Excellence: Effort, Team Play, Ball handling, Vision and Court Sense, Basketball IQ, Catch and shot, Release time, Shooting Mechanics, Passing Skills, Quickness

Areas of Work: Range of shot, Shooting off the Dribble, Back to the basket moves, Use of off hand, Penetration ability, Ability to finish, Defense on and off the ball, Footwork, Rebounding

Coaches Comments: 'Kyle works really hard, plays defense well and see the court well. He passed the ball well and uses his dribbling ability to move the ball. With work on his shot, he could become a dangerous player. Good attitude and solid effort.'

 

No 41 Mark Bryant – 2019 – Nation Ford

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Effort, Basketball IQ, Team play, Catch and shoot, back to the basket moves, use of off hand, penetration ability, ability to finish, passing skills, ball handling, quickness, vision and court sense

Areas of Work: Range of shot, shooting off the dribble, shooting mechanics, defense on and off the ball, footwork, rebounding his position

Coaches Comments: 'This kid is a true unselfish point guard. He plays team basketball and involves everyone the court. Exceptionally quick, this kid makes many people miss if they don't guard him to tight. Some of his passes were high. Division I court awareness. He also is a joy to coach as he is humble, plays good defense, and listens. One of the favorites on the team.

 

No 65 Kristien Cuthbertson – 2018 – East Chapel Hill

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Basketball IQ, Effort, Team Play, Use of off hand, Penetration ability, ability to finish, ball handling, passing Skills, defense on and off the ball, quickness, footwork, rebounding his position

Areas of Work: Range of shot, Catch and shoot, shooting off the dribble, release time

Coaches Comments: 'Good team player who plays great defense. Good fundamentals and vision on the court. Excellent shot and ability to finish on the floor. Kristen is coachable and palys team basketball. With more shot mechanic work, he could grow to be even more dynamic.'

 

No. 75 Shamon Ratliff – 2018 – Forest Hills

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Basketball IQ, Effort, Catch and shoot, shooting off the dribble, release time, use of off hand, penetration ability, ball handling, passing skills, quickness, rebounding

Areas of Work: Range of shot, defense on and off the ball, footwork, moving without the ball

Coaches Comments: 'Shamon has the best attitude of the eleven men on the team. He has unusual speed and agility and sees the court well. Few people could stop this man all day. His football background displayed well on the court with his pure athleticism and drive. He plays much bigger than he is listed. He has a deadly cross over as well. Good shooter but his finishes were dramatic. This kid is hungry and a great team player and above all, humble and coachable.'

 

No. 133 Myles Brown – 2018 – Cuthbertson

Areas of Excellence: Penetration ability, Ability to finish, range of shot, shooting mechanics, ball handling, defense on and off the ball, quickness, footwork, rebounding, attitude, basketball IQ

Areas of Work: Continuing to work on his overall game in all areas and fine tuning his skills

Coaches Comments: 'Myles is a great athlete who runs the floor really well. He plays bigger than his 6'2 frame and penetrations at ease. He has a good shot form 18 feet out. A quiet player. He can run the floor faster than many of the other kids, so he works well in open transition shots. He passes the ball well and did a great job.'

 

No 170 Andrew Freeman – 2017 – Riverside

Areas of Excellence: Basketball IQ, Range of shot, catch and shoot, release time, use of off hand, penetration ability, ability finish, passing skills quickness, vision

Areas of Work: Acceptance of criticism, defense on and off the ball, transition defense, footwork, moving without the ball

Coaches Comments: 'Andrew is a big kid with good shooting mechanics. He passes well and is not afraid of contact. With more effort on the defensive end, he could become a great player. He averaged 10 points per game and averaged about 5 rebounds per game.'

 

No 141 Colton Reed – 2017- Heritage

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, acceptance of criticism, range of shot, shooting mechanics, use of off hand, penetration ability, passing skills, defense, quickness, footwork, moving without the ball.

Areas of Work: Continuing to work on his overall game in all areas and fine tuning his skills

Coaches Comments: 'Colton has sneaky quickness and a terrific shot. He plays much older than he actually is and he plays aggressive on both ends. Very good defender.'

 

No. 105 Jay Williams

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, Effort, team play, catch and shoot, penetration ability, ball handling, passing skills, quickness

Areas of work: Range of shot, Release time and shooting mechanics, ability to finish, defense on and off the ball, footwork

Coaches Comments: 'Jay is a quick smart player with excellent finishing abilities. He has excellent athleticism, court vision, and leadership. He can attack the rim from all over the court. A high IQ player who contributed significantly to the team.'

 

No. 100 Taylan Rowe

Areas of Excellence: Basketball IQ, Effort, team play, range of shot (2pt), shooting off the dribble, release time, back to the basket moves, penetration ability, ball handling, vision and court sense

Areas of Work: Range of shot (3pt), shooting mechanics, ability to finish, passing skills, defense on and off the ball, footwork, quickness, rebounding

Coaches Comments: 'Taylan has excellent athleticism, vision, and ability to score. He showed great effort on defense and leadership on the floor. A solid shooting mechanics, good footwork, and a high basketball IQ. This player consistently one of the two best players on the court.'

 

No. 147 Tavon Askew – 2017 – Nansemomd Suffolk Academy

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, basketball IQ, effort, Range of shot (2pt), shooting off the dribble, back to the basket moves, use of off hand, penetration ability, quickness, footwork, vision and court sense, moving without the ball

Areas of Work: Range of shot (3pt), ball handling, defense off the ball, transition defense

Coaches Comments: 'Tavon plays much bigger than he is listed at 6'3. He has good court vision, great basketball IQ, and an ability to finish at the rim no matter where he is on the court. He has a great shot and best range seems to be inside the arc. He was a pleasure to coach, listened well, and exhibited team leadership beyond the average player.'

 

No. 11 Demecio Adams – 2019 – Southern

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, acceptance of criticism, team play, range of shot, catch and shoot, use of off hand, penetration ability, ball handling, defense on and off the ball, footwork, quickness, vision and court sense, rebounding

Areas of Work: Back to the basket moves, continuing to fine tune his overall skills to become a better player

Coaches Comments: 'Demecio plays much larger than 5'8. Solid effort and court vision. He plays team ball and passes exceptionally well. He is a coachable player and uses his quickness to defense off the ball and under pressure well. He would ask to cover the opponent's best scorer to help the team. With more shot work, he could develop into a dangerous point guard.'