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2025 Melvin Teal Jr. (SHOTS United): Teal continues to impress and is a young player to watch out for in South Carolina. He sports a strong frame and really love his activity level on either end. On Day 2 early, he was able to play with tremendous energy, showing he can make an impact on the defensive end but also be a strong finisher and get to the basket. 2022 Devon Slagle (NLPB 2022 Best):...read more
After two long months of travel basketball, June is finally here. This period basically marks as the halfway point of the summer season, providing us with the perfect opportunity to review some of the breakout performers and ultimately make predictions going forward. Obviously, there have been more than just a handful breakout performers in North Carolina’s Class of 2023, but this article will...read more
Although the recruiting landscape has drastically changed due to everything involved with Covid, the Class of 2023 has a chance to observe things returning back to normal. While they will still deal with an absolute bloodbath of a transfer portal and the aftermath of the NCAA rewarding an extra year of eligibility (both naturally creating positional logjams), it shouldn’t be...read more
6’7 ’24 Draven Pilson (Forsyth Country Day) The Furies are as balanced as any team in the state, and Pilson’s steady growth makes them even more dangerous. While it seems rare, he truly shows progression each time he takes the floor. Pilson has drastically improved as a perimeter shooter over the last few months, and can now spot-up, attack off the bounce, or operate around the basket. He’s a...read more
Second game on the day in the Arena court, Rabun Gap, coming off a tough win on Saturday, battled against Franklin Prep early in the day. Franklin Prep was able to get the tap and score quickly but Rabun Gap played well, sharing the ball and knocking down shots, eventually securing a double-digit lead in the first quarter. From then on, it was all Rabun Gap as the depth was tough to...read more
Rabun Gap went (16-13) last year winning the regular-season conference championship. They lost 4 seniors but have built a new roster with great size & speed. Including the number 1 scorer in North Carolina. Coach Cox and his Eagles look to bring home a conference championship with their new and improved roster.read more