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Team 5 Coach: Ricky Moore #5: 5’11 ’25 Mason Dobie (First Flight) Starting things off, we look at a player who showcased a very steady, reliable presence, Mason Dobie. He’s a tough, unselfish guard prospect with a high motor and the ability to produce from either backcourt position. Dobie handles the ball well, gets others involved, and can create off the bounce, but is also capable of...read more
(1) 6’8 Zymicah Wilkins (R-S Central) There are numerous guys who were in the mix for the top spot in our updated rankings, but Zymicah Wilkins ultimately walked away with the honor. His blend of IQ, size, skill, and polish makes him extremely difficult for most opponents to try and contain. Wilkins can dominate from the block, space the floor, or consistently make plays with the ball in his...read more
2024 Jullien Cole (Richmond Jammers): I’ve been impressed with what I’ve seen from Cole to start the summer. Cole brings great size to the position, along with the ability to create for himself, using his frame to go through defenders and get to the basket, but also showcases his ability to score in a variety of other ways. Make sure to watch for him more this high school season, as he could...read more
2023 Anthony Breland (Charlotte Elite Academy): We have known about Breland’s ability to score the basketball, and he has only continued to show that with his ability to create, get around defenders, knock down shots from multiple levels, etc. But also really liked his ability to get others involved, drive and dish, and be an unselfish player to help his team. 2023 Bryce Wilkins (Franklin Prep):...read more
2022 Takai Simpkins (Liberty Heights): Takai came out strong and never let up with his attack and he continues to show he can score in a variety of ways. He uses his body very well and has the ability to create for himself while getting to the rim but also showcased his perimeter game, knocking down multiple threes for his team. 2022 Tajuan Simpkins (Liberty Heights): The duo of the...read more
Team 2 Coach: Colby Lewis #101: 5’1 ’26 Braydon Temple (Raleigh) Starting things off, we look at a player who competed extremely well despite being the smallest camper on this team, Braydon Temple. He’s a small, young guard prospect with a quality motor and the ability to knock down midrange jumpers at a reliable percentage. Temple handled the ball well and looked to set up others...read more
Team 8 Coach: George Marshall #9: 5’8 ’24 Braylon King (Wake Forest-Rolesville) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a pretty nice two-way foundation during camp, Braylon King. He’s a young, wiry point guard prospect that displayed the ability to operate in a variety of different offensive roles. King handled the ball well and proved to be an excellent passer with the...read more