6'3' 2019 Cliff Harris
Calvary Baptist (Winston-Salem, NC)

Harris is not a flashy player, however he is a winning player. He always seems to be around the ball, whether it be grabbing the board, or pushing the break, or making the defensive stop necessary. Harris is also a 3-level scorer, with good strength and confidence. Harris pads the stats book, and should start seeing his D1 recruitment pick up.

6'8' 2019 Michael Fowler
Cary Academy (Cary, NC)

Fowler has been a name on the radar since his showing at NCs Jr Phenom camp as a 7th grader. Each year since, he is continually developed pieces of this game. He came into Session 2 carrying a great frame, with good length and nice athleticism. He also showcased the ability to score at multiple levels. On the block he displayed good footwork and a go-to jump hook. On the perimeter he displayed the ability to stretch the floor, out to the 3-point line. He is coming along and should be looked at as one of the higher upside prospects in the 2019 class.

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6' 2021 Carter Whitt
Trinity Academy (Raleigh, NC)

Whitt is the quintessential point guard. He displays pin point precision on his passes and touches the paint almost every possession. Watching his ability and poise, it was hard to fathom he was the youngest kid in camp, as an 8th grader. Whitt burst onto the scene at last year's NC Jr Phenom, and should remain there as a high level prospect. He makes players better.

6'8' 2020 Myles Evans
Ravenscroft (Raleigh, NC)

Already standing at 6'8' and not having even played a varsity game. Evans has good length and nice athleticism. He also has touch, which he showed the ability to attack from the high post or make an 18 foot jump shot. The lefty made a couple jump hooks over his right shoulder. His mother played basketball and stands firmly 6'6'. Evans has immense upside and is one to start tracking at a high level, now.

5'10' 2018 Mikey Maddox
Rocky River (Mint Hill, NC)

Maddox is full of explosion and bravado. He is a compact lead guard who lives in the lane and has the ability to pressure the ball for 94 feet. He is very vocal on both ends with his team, which is a trait you want in your point guard. We expect Maddox to take a major jump in recruitment, because he does things naturally that make you take note.