#100 6’4 2022 Kheni Briggs: AL Brown (NC)
Briggs is a really high level young player that has continued to make strides since our last viewing. He’s a strong bodied 2-guard that is always in attack mode on the offensive end, consistently going around or through his man to the basket. His outside shot is consistent and his above the rim capabilities allow him to create an abundance of highlights every time he steps on the court. Expect Briggs recruitment to continue to develop in a major way over the course of the next 12 months.
#88 6’3 2021 Glynn Hubbard: Northside Christian (NC)
Hubbard’s 3 level scoring capabilities were on full display in the first contest of the day, he was extremely crafty with the ball in his hands. He displayed a ton of confidence on his jumper from deep and it really opened up everything for him. His ability to run a team is legitimate, his team is always at their best when the ball in his hands. Hubbard picked up a couple of offers this summer with Team United, expect that to continue at Northside Christian this year.
#111 6’7 2023 Landon Johnson: High Point Christian (NC)
Johnson is a really intriguing young prospect that has a great blend of size and skill at this point of his young basketball career. He’s got a strong frame with long arms and a ton of room to fill out to go with his deep range and wing like ball skills. There’s a lot to like here with Johnson moving forward, he’ll be a fun kid to track throughout his high school career.
#76 6’1 2022 Nik Graves: Durham Academy (NC)
Graves did an excellent job finishing in transition while doing a nice job getting to his spots in the half court. He has a really smooth perimeter game and loves to get to the mid-range area where he’s incredibly efficient. As his athletic abilities and overall basketball IQ continues to develop, expect Nik to have a big year at Durham Academy and his recruitment to pick up in the process.
#93 6’3 2020 Lars Nilsen: The Burlington School (NC)
Nilsen shot the absolute cover off of the ball in my first viewing of him today. His confidence was shooting through the roof at one point when he absolutely took the game over. He was drilling shots from the volley ball line and the whole gym rallied around him. Expect him to have a big senior season with some college coaches noticing his ability to make big shots.