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Photo Courtesy: Nike EYBL 2026 Dionte Neal (CP3): Neal was superb and it is time to give this young man credit for what he does on the court. Though he is a smaller guard, Neal can be an absolute difference-maker on the floor on both sides. He can strap up and create a ton of havoc defensively, putting a ton of pressure on opponents but he also is terrific in his ability to create and set up his...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
6’4 2025 Cayden Boozer (Christopher Columbus, FL)The freshman point guard finished with a game-high 21 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals. Boozer has great size at the point guard position to go along with his high basketball IQ and feel for the game. He plays at his own speed and is never sped up. Boozer lived in the paint where he showcased great body control and the ability to finish...read more