Coach: Greg Harmon
#5: 5’0 ’25 Joshua Dorsette II (Durham)
Starting things off, we look at a player that seems to make strides in his progression with each viewing, Joshua Dorsette. He’s a wiry, slightly undersized point guard prospect with a quality feel for the game and the ability to run a team decently well. Dorsette can knock down open shots, create off the bounce, and position himself for success on defense. Next in his development process is working to add strength, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Harmon on Dorsette: “Joshua plays hard and with great effort. He accepts criticism well. He’s able to handle the ball with both hands well. He can continue to work on strength, quickness, and being ready to shoot when open. Joshua needs to have confidence in his abilities, keep his feet moving defensively, and continue learning the game. He can continue improving on shooting and moving without the ball.” Dorsette enjoyed another quality showing at camp and will continue to be a prospect to keep an eye on going forward.
#11: 5’4 ’25 Drew Johnson (Durham)
Next, we look at a player that was arguably the most electric floor general in attendance, Drew Johnson. He’s a smart, crafty, extremely poised point guard prospect with terrific vision, sharp ball-handling, and the ability to score with efficiency from all three levels. Johnson runs a team at a high level and carries his weight very well on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would open up even more scoring opportunities. Coach Harmon on Johnson: “Drew handles the ball well and can pass with either hand. He gets to the basket well but needs to work on finishing in traffic. He has a great attitude, is very coachable, and plays team ball. He can continue to work on strength and quickness. Drew shoots the three-pointer consistently but can improve on shooting off the dribble and help defense. He’s a good on-ball defender. Drew can also work on moving without the ball on offense.” Johnson continues to be incredibly impressive, especially at his age and size, and has all the tools to have a phenomenal upcoming year.
#17: 5’6 ’24 Kameron Jasper (Charlotte)
Moving onto a player that stood out nicely with his fairly consistent defensive prowess, Kameron Jasper. He’s a smart, tough guard prospect that plays with great energy and understands how to position himself for success. He’s a solid cutter but also finds a lot of his points through forcing turnovers and making plays in transition. Next in his development process is working to become a more consistent perimeter shooter, as it would take his offensive game to another level. Coach Harmon on Jasper: “Kameron is a very good on-ball defender that plays hard and is very coachable. He’s a willing passer with good court vision. He can continue to develop strength and the overall consistency of his jumper. Kameron has a good feel for the game. He can continue to work on finishing through contact at the basket. Kameron needs to have confidence in his game and not second-guess his abilities.” Jasper did a lot of things well during camp and could be a prospect worth keeping an eye on, especially if he continues to work.
#22: 5’7 ’25 Kyden Wiley (Raeford)
Continuing onto a player that offered a pretty well-rounded offensive skillset during camp, Kyden Wiley. He’s a team-first guard prospect with solid size and the ability to create for himself or other off the dribble. Wiley is a solid spot-up threat that shoots the ball well from the perimeter and makes the extra pass whenever available. Next in his development process is working to become a craftier ball-handler, as it would make him a more dynamic offensive threat. Coach Harmon on Wiley: “Kyden has a great attitude and accepts criticism well. His court vision is pretty court and he plays team basketball. He can improve on his defense (on and off-ball) and continue to work on building quickness and strength. Kyden can work on moving without the ball offensively but hit jumpers consistently when open.” Wiley worked hard during his time at camp and could be a player to watch closely throughout his continued development.
#29: 5’10 ’24 Christian Andrews (Asheville)
Next, we look at a player that was easily among the most impressive two-way performers on display, Christian Andrews. He’s a tough, strong, aggressive guard prospect that showed flashes of pure dominance defensively. Andrews is excellent at suffocating opponents with his quickness, positioning, and incredible instincts. He forced an abundance of turnovers at camp and immediately transitioned them into buckets on the other end. Andrews can attack the basket or set up others a quality rate. Next in his development process is working on moving without the ball, as it would allow him to find more scoring opportunities as an off-ball cutter. Coach Harmon on Andrews: “Christian has a good feel for the game and is very strong handling the ball. He finishes in traffic well and is able to take contact and still finish. He’s a good on-ball defender that is very tough. Christian has a quick/explosive first step. His jumper can be more consistent and he needs to work hard on offense when he doesn’t have the ball.” Andrews was exceptional during camp, securing the Mr. Playmaker award with relative ease, and could be an immediate contributor at the high school level with continued work.
#44: 6’0 ’24 Brandon Ihle (Apex)
Moving onto a player that was arguably the main glue-guy of this team during camp, Brandon Ihle. He’s a long, wiry, skilled forward prospect that consistently knows how to do a little bit of everything on the court. Ihle handles the ball, creates off the bounce, defends multiple positions, and secures rebounds on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to become a more consistent perimeter shooter, as it would take his offensive game to another level. Coach Harmon on Ihle: “Brandon plays with great effort and is very coachable. He rebounds well on both ends of the floor and is a good help-side defender. He can continue to work on ball-handling and improve on finishing in traffic. Brandon plays hard on both ends. His jumper can be inconsistent at times.” Ihle enjoyed another productive two-way showing at camp and has the tools to contribute sooner than later at the high school level.
#49: 6’1 ’24 Maddox Watson (Huntersville)
Continuing onto a player that stood out with his motor and overall team-first approach, Maddox Watson. He’s a long, heady forward prospect that constantly communicates and gets involved in the action. Watson isn’t afraid of physicality and displayed a pretty consistent nose for the ball on both ends of the floor. He knocked down jumpers, finished around the basket, and made numerous plays on the glass and defensively. Next in his development process is working to become quicker, as it would allow him to be a more lethal penetrating threat. Coach Harmon on Watson: “Maddox is very coachable. He plays hard and with a lot of effort. He defends the ball well and stays in good position when playing defense off the ball. Maddox can continue to work on quickness and footwork. He can work on being more consistent when shooting off the dribble and being ready to catch and shoot.” Watson made his presence felt quite nicely throughout the day and should be a prospect worth keeping an eye on going forward.
#52: 6’3 ’24 Tyler Bailey (Winston-Salem)
Next, we look at a player that possesses as much raw talent as anyone from this camp, Tyler Bailey. He’s a long, smooth, crafty guard prospect with great size, feel, and an effortless offensive arsenal. Bailey offers a nice blend of skill and athleticism, which allows him to dictate the action while picking and choosing his spots. He’s a sharp creator that can score from anywhere on the floor and has the tools to be a quality all-around defender. Next in his development process is working on playing with a more consistent motor, as it would make him extremely difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Harmon on Bailey: “Tyler is physically strong and plays with good effort. His jumper can be more consistent and he settles for jumpers instead of attacking the basket. Tyler has a good feel for the game but can work on moving without the ball offensively. He can improve on defense and rebounding.” Bailey was certainly a standout performer and has the necessary ability to be an exceptional high school player.
#56: 6’5 ’24 Dylan Deluca (Indian Trail)
Finishing up, we look at a player that continues to shine with his polish and overall skillset, Dylan Deluca. He’s a long, wiry, skilled forward prospect that already possesses an impressive inside-out skillset. Deluca is a great passer, post player, and perimeter threat with excellent size, especially for his age, and a frame that’ll only continue to add strength. He’s a quality defender and two-way rebounder with IQ and toughness. Next in his development process is working to become a craftier finisher around the basket, as it would make him an even tougher scoring threat. Coach Harmon on Deluca: “Dylan plays good help defense and handles the ball well with both hands. He can improve on moving without the ball and continue to work on his footwork and quickness. Dylan needs to improve on finishing in traffic but still plays with a lot of effort. He can continue to develop moves with his back to the basket.” Deluca enjoyed another productive showing at camp and should be an immediate contributor at the high school level, especially if he continues to work.