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Attacking the Boards: Class of 2023 (North Carolina)

2023 Tim Hall (Westminster Catawba): Hall is a player that I would suggest college coaches look at, because he has been unstoppable so far this season. He plays hard, uses his size and athleticism, and brings a ton of production on both ends.  Right now, he is having a monster season and doing so with consistency, averaging 20.5 points per game and an impressive 14.5 rebounds per game.  But he...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 2 at The John Wall Invitational (Part 1)

2024 Chris Uwayo (Panther Creek): Uwayo did a great job in helping lead the charge once again for his team. He was able to really showcase his feel in leading the offense, creating and pushing up the court, facilitating to his teammates, but also being a consistent scoring threat, especially with his ability to penetrate and get to the line. Finished with 19 points, 7 assists, and 5 rebounds....

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Underrated Prospects from Good Guys vs. Cancer

2024 Tyler Whitehurst (Riverside-Martin): Whitehurst is a 6’0 guard that showed his ability to knock down shots with range, score and create well, and be a leader on the court.  He has a quick first step and creates well with his handles, as he doesn’t lack any confidence with his shot, especially from three. 2023 Stylz Gardner (Peninsula Catholic): Gardner played really well throughout the...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 3 at Good Guys vs. Cancer (Part 2)

2024 Zion Walker (TBS): Walker just seems like his game has taken another level in what he is showing on the court, as he had another outstanding performance with 31 points.  Walker just screams toughness and competitiveness on the court; his ability to get downhill and force players to foul or with him finishing is big time.  He is also a tremendous leader, rugged, a tremendous two-way...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 2 at Good Guys vs. Cancer

2026 Isaac Ellis (Moravian Prep): The youngest prospect on the court stepped up in a big way for his team, leading the charge with 22 points on Day 2 and showcasing a nice blend of playmaking and scoring ability. Ellis continues to showcase his ability to make plays and create off the dribble, finding his spots, finding small openings for his shot, and his quick release from three. Really liked...

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