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Yesterday, we introduced our “Underrated and Scholarship-Worthy” series, which took a closer look at a variety of deserving prospects. Today’s article will do the same thing, highlighting scholarship-worthy guys that currently do not hold offers. College coaches should certainly take the following prospects seriously, as each of them could become a major contributor at the next level… 6’7...read more
Team 9 Coach: Dre Simmons #9: 5’11 ’21 Gavin Gillikin (West Carteret) Starting things off, we look at a player that stood out as the hardest worker on this team, Gavin Gillikin. He’s a well-rounded point guard prospect that displayed the ability to operate with or without the ball and find quality success. Gillikin plays with a high motor and did an excellent job of creating havoc on the...read more
In North Carolina, we have some of the best, most revered athletes in the history of sports and that trend hasn’t even remotely seemed to slow down. Sure, everyone knows about guys like Michael Jordan, David Thompson, and John Lucas, but it can be easy to forget that Julius Peppers, Mario Williams, and Torry Holt are also from North Carolina. Even branching out, we see nearly a dozen baseball...read more
Class of 2020 Prospects on the Rise in North Carolina All the latest talk surrounding our player rankings has given us an opportunity to highlight prospects that many believe are overlooked and underrated. Instead of focusing on their current ranking so intently, we will look at some North Carolina guys that’ll certainly be on the up-and-up in the Class of 2020. The following prospects are all...read more
5’11 2021 Khalil Marshall: WCBA 16U Marshall is a bonafide problem playing up an age group with a really talented WCBA 16U group and he can kill you from either guard spot. he knows how to run a team as a score first player without settling for bad shots, yet still finding a way to get buckets at will, and he can play off the ball doing a great job moving without it in his hands at all times...read more