Team 12

No. 12 6’ 2019 Derrick “DJ” Robertson of Athens Drive HS (Raleigh, NC)
Robertson is a jet-quick lead guard who seemingly has the ball on a string. With a tight handle he was able to get into the paint. He has good length and nice court vision. Robertson’s camp coach stated, “DJ is an explosive scorer, quick off the floor. He has a nice pull-up jump shot and has a lot of flash and quickness to his game.



No. 13 6’ 2020 Dylan Blake of First Flight HS (Kill Devil Hills, NC)
Blake has a high basketball IQ with a lot of fundamentals and ball skills. He is a good team player who really excels as a shooter. He is an up-tempo type guard with good vision and footwork. Blake has deep range and a quick release on his jump shot. Blake’s camp coach stated, “Dylan is a shooter. He looks good in catch and shoot situations and has a high basketball court sense. He works hard on the defensive end.”


No. 36 6’2” 2019 Caleb Burgess of West Ridge Academy (Winston-Salem, NC)
Burgess came into camp with a great attitude. He is a good athlete with a nice change of pace and good size for his lead guard position. Burgess got into the paint well and finished at the basket. Burgess’ camp coach stated, “Caleb plays with good energy. He played good defense, was very unselfish. He showcased range on his jump shot with good ball handling and decision making skills.”


No. 37 6’2” 2020 Camren Hayes of Ben L. Smith HS (Greensboro, NC)
Hayes has good length and athleticism and a natural feel about him on the basketball court. He has a full package as a point guard, with the ability to get into the paint and deep range with soft touch on his jump shot. He broke out in this event to be thought of as a highest level type recruit. Hayes’ camp coach stated, “Camren is a high major PG. His pull up jump shot is automatic, and he shoots the 3 consistently. He is able to make plays for himself and others with next level vision.”


No. 60 6’3” 2021 Trey Clucas of Cape Fear Academy (Wilmington, NC)
Clucas comes into camp with a good frame and athletic. The lefty showed to be a dead-eye shooter with deep range and a quick release. Clucas has a good basketball IQ and good court awareness with touch. Clucas’ camp coach stated, “Trey is a good passer, knocked down open 3s and understands the game. He has a lot of poise for a player so young.”


No. 61 6’3” 2019 Zeke Littlejohn of Kings Mountain HS (Kings Mountain, NC)
Littlejohn has good length and a good basketball IQ. He showed the ability to knock down open shots from 15 feet, extended to beyond the 3-point line. He showed solid athleticism in transition as he finished above the rim multiple times. Littlejohn’s camp coach stated, “Zeke’s touch from beyond the 3-point line is borderline elite when he gets an open look. Good upside and showed good athleticism both in transition and guarding the ball.”


No. 84 6’5” 2019 Myles Hunter of North Mecklenburg HS (Huntersville, NC)
Hunter came on the court with a good frame and athleticism for his position. His calling card was his jump shot and confidence shooting the ball from beyond the arc. He is a solid athlete and has a quick release off the catch. Hunter’s camp coach stated, “Myles is a shooter, a scorer. He has really nice touch on the 3-ball and he shoots it with deep range and great self-confidence.”


No. 108 6’10” 2019 Emmanuel Izunabor of Northwood Temple (Fayetteville, NC)
Izunabor walked on the floor with a lengthy and chiseled frame. He showed being a high level paint protector as a strong 2-handed rebounder and a robust shot blocker. He showcased good hands and exceptional vision as a passer. Izunabor’s camp coach stated, “Emmanuel plays very strong. He catches lobs consistently and dunks everything around the basket. He’s a high energy player and is a very positive teammate.”


No. 109 6’8” 2020 Evan Joyner of Piedmont Classical (Greensboro, NC)
Joyner plays the game with great effort and a high motor. He has a good frame with length and natural athleticism. Joyner has good vision/court awareness with the ability to finish around the rim and in the mid-range. Joyner’s camp coach stated, “Evan showcased good athleticism and ability to finish at and above the rim. He rebounded above the rim and finished in traffic. He also showed a good pull-up jump shot.”