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2022 Patrick Clevenger (James River): Clevenger put on a show to start the day, as he scored all over the court and did it consistently. Clevenger was a vocal leader on the court and moved extremely well without the ball to create opportunities; he plays with a relentless motor. He showed great touch on his shot, scored in a variety of ways and from multiple levels, he ran the floor well for...read more
Game 1Broughton vs. Millbrook This was a great battle between two of the best public schools in the 919. These two programs have a rich basketball history. Millbrook started the game on a 10-0 run. Even with the slow start from Broughton they managed to fight back in the first quarter tying the game at 17. Throughout the entire game there were a lot of players who made big time plays. The...read more
Game 5Combine vs. Virginia Episcopal In the fifth game of the day, North Carolina’s top ranked Combine Academy took on Virginia Episcopal (VES) in their opening round matchup of the TJ Warren Bracket. VES jumped out to a 10-0 lead to start the game, but Coach Jeff McInnis brought in his second unit and turned up the pressure. Antonio Hamlin got things going offensively for Combine as they were...read more
2022 6’1 Walker Andrews from Virginia Episcopal high school enjoyed his last two events, one of which was the Phenom Challenge in Rock Hill. Averaging over 21 points per game in each, he certainly grabbed the attention of college coaches with his play and eventually earned his first two offers.read more
2022 7’0 Christian Reeves (Charlotte NETS-Jones 2020): The youngest player on the team but there is a lot of promise to Reeves’ game. Yes, he has the height at 7’0 but you have to also like his growing skillset in the post. He can square up to the basket but also show touch by going over his shoulder to score. Also, a big-time difference-maker down low in the paint. 2022 6’0 Walker Andrews...read more