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Team 16Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJSuI1FGChQY4TvhZvUg0fWqU-0ebeY5R Coach: Patrick King #0: 5’8 ’24 William Ricketts (Weddington) Starting things off, we look at a player that performed quite well despite being the smallest camper on this team, William Ricketts. He’s a young, wiry unselfish guard prospect with a team-first mentality and the ability to defend bigger...read more
6’3 Zion Collins 2024 has all the physical tools and intangibles to become a high-level guard. He is a terrific playmaker who has the IQ and passing ability to really create for his teammates and put them in a great position to score. He showed a great blend of scoring ability from all three levels on the court. He shoots the ball well and knocks down tough shots. He attacks the basket and gets...read more
6’4 Kobe Jones 2021 is extremely athletic and long. He is a walking highlight that is a threat to perform a highlight play every time on the court. Uses his length and quickness to play the passing lanes, get out in transition, and throw down some eye catching dunks. He attacks the paint relentlessly and finishes at the rim all game long. He has a knack for creating contact and absolutely lives...read more
6’6 Benjamin Burnham of Team Charlotte 17U is always in the right spot on the floor. Is a very active player with a high motor. Does all the little things and really plays hard. Scores from multiple levels on the court and is very efficient. Rebounds the ball well and has the ability to guard multiple positions; great shot blocker for his size. Very low maintenance player with a high IQ who is...read more
Khalil Shakir is back at it again bringing you several names that showed out early on Day 1 at the Phenom Challenge.read more
Check out highlights between South Granville and Louisburg as they matched up in the conference tournament. Jamison led all scorers with 28 points but Pettiford (26 points) & company came away with the win.read more
Millbrook in State Championship or Bust Mode Having seen them both in the past 5 days, Millbrook and North Meck should be considered the odds on favorites to meet in the 4A state championship game come March. With Millbrook having been in this event, let’s talk on them. Their size is unmatched, but what makes it special is their size’s combination with the ability to move their feet...read more