5’4 2024 Aeneas Parsley (Langtree Charter)
Aeneas Parsley simply enjoyed a banner day. He averaged 21.5 PPG, led his team to the camp championship and showcased a very advanced skill set for his age/grade. We’re talking about a really quick point guard that has excellent fundamentals, high basketball IQ, and a nice feel for the game. Although he was one of the camp’s leading scorers, we were equally impressed with his ball handling skills, court vision and timely passes off the dribble.
6’3 2025 Zymicah Wilkins (Rutherfordton- Spindale)
It’s really hard to believe Zymicah Wilkins is only in the seventh grade. Already sporting terrific size, athleticism and a matching skill set, Wilkins averaged 22 PPG and scored from various spots on the floor. He could score with his back to the basket and did a really nice job of getting out in transition.
5’10 2025 Kendrick Johnson (Guilford Preparatory Academy)
Talk about a tough two-way floor general. Kendrick Johnson averaged 17.5 PPG and scored from all three levels. He knocked down perimeter shots, hit the mid-range off the dribble, finished at the rim, but his biggest strength came on the defensive side of the ball. We’re talking about a quick, athletic and “lock down” defender for his age/grade.
5’7 2024 Tyler Sandaire (Riverwood Middle School)
Tyler Sandaire was simply a “do it all” guard. He was equally good on both ends of the court. He averaged 15.5 PPG. He has good strength, quickness and athleticism and used it quite effectively to score at the rim. In addition, Sandaire defended and rebounded extremely well for his size/position.
5’8 2025 Jeremiah Davis (Northwest Middle School)
Jeremiah Davis played well with his back to the basket and also scored well in transition. He has the ability the hit the mid-range jumper and can step out and occasionally hit the perimeter jumper out to the 3-point range. Davis averaged 14 PPG and also played solid defense. He has good physical tools for someone his age/grade.