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6’3 ’27 King Gibson (Team United) There are so many impressive performers on display, but King Gibson has been as noteworthy as anyone thus far. It’s difficult to imagine many eighth-graders with a more complete identity than him, especially within North Carolina. In this contest, Gibson showcased the full arsenal. He handled the ball with poise, scored the ball from all levels, and highlighted...read more
2028 Donovan Bolton (Team Charlotte): Bolton has the early size that you like to see, and really can be a force around the basket. Bolton moved well all around the floor, being active on the glass and in the paint, as well as finishing strong over defenders. Bolton is going to be one to watch in the coming years around the Charlotte area. 2027 King Gibson (Team United): Gibson is going to be a...read more
Team 6 Coach: Austin Collins #18: 5’7 ’27 Braydon Plummer (Pine Springs Prep) Starting things off, we look at a player who made a lasting impression through his shooting ability, Brayden Plummer. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with lethal spot-up ability from midrange and beyond the arc. Plummer is a great cutter who knows how to move properly without the ball, make the extra pass, and...read more
Top Performer- 6’6 ’25 Jake Cackovic (Holly Springs) Although there were a lot of notable guys on display, Jake Cackovic utilized this camp to serve as the setting for his breakout campaign. He was an impressive player throughout the summer, but really showcased flashes of pure dominance at the event. Winning the MVP award was relatively simple for the young, skilled forward. He’s a knockdown...read more