Coach: Ricky Moore
#5: 5’11 ’25 Mason Dobie (First Flight)
Starting things off, we look at a player who showcased a very steady, reliable presence, Mason Dobie. He’s a tough, unselfish guard prospect with a high motor and the ability to produce from either backcourt position. Dobie handles the ball well, gets others involved, and can create off the bounce, but is also capable of thriving in spot-up situations along the perimeter. He moves properly without the ball to find open seams and pick his spots within the opposing defense. Dobie contained his assignment and rebounded effectively for his size. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a more dynamic penetrating threat. Coach Moore on Dobie: “Mason made good decisions off the dribble. He struggled to make shots today, but knows how to play without the ball. He can continue to put in repetitions.” Dobie enjoyed a quality showing at camp, and should be poised for a productive upcoming season for First Flight.
#12: 6’1 ’24 Zion Walker (The Burlington School)
Next, we look at a player who stood out as a notable leader on both ends of the floor, Zion Walker. He’s a strong, physical guard prospect with an aggressive downhill sense and quality two-way feel for the game. Walker played hard, got others involved, and showed the ability to score the ball from all levels within the flow of the action. He consistently outworked his assignment as a defender and rebounder, forcing numerous turnovers and pushing transition play whenever possible. Walker did a healthy amount of everything on the court. Next in his development process is working on his consistency from beyond the arc, as it would make him even more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Moore on Walker: “Zion commands what plays he wants. I called him “the General” out on the floor. He played good defense and was a true leader throughout the day.” Walker did a lot of things well at camp, and should be a vital piece for The Burlington School over these next two seasons.
#21: 6’2 ’24 CJ Vaughn (Winston-Salem Christian)
Moving onto a player who continues to highlight a lot of positive strides within his overall progression, CJ Vaughn. He’s a wiry, athletic guard prospect with a sharp penetration sense and shot-making ability from the perimeter. Vaughn is a useful creator, playmaker, and scoring option who offers a high motor on both ends of the floor. He harassed opposing ball-handlers, forced a lot of turnovers, and looked to attack in transition whenever possible. Vaughn also made unselfish decisions and worked to set up others when driving. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would allow him to find more scoring chances as a cutter and spot-up threat. Coach Moore on Vaughn: “CJ played well today, but I need him to be more vocal on both ends of the floor. He shot the early three-pointer really well in transition. CJ offered a positive attitude and accepted coaching well.” Vaughn proved to be an asset during his time at camp, and looks likely to have a notable season for Winston-Salem Christian Regional.
#28: 6’3 ’25 Zion Collins (Word of God)
Continuing onto a player who possesses an incredible amount of appeal, especially for his class, Zion Collins. He’s a smart, skilled, athletic guard prospect with the ability to dominate a game or excel within a variety of different roles. Collins can dictate the offensive action as a floor general, apply efficient scoring pressure from all levels, and shut down his assignment on defense. He’s a great finisher who poses a constant threat for lobs and putbacks, but also creates well for himself and others off the bounce. Collins is a quick, crafty ball-handler who is able to take what the defense gives him and capitalize. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Moore on Collins: “Zion played with passion and intensity. He’s able to score the ball in various ways. Passes and handles the ball well. Needs to work on his ability to play without the ball.” Collins enjoyed a strong showing at camp, and should be a valuable contributor for Word of God going forward.
#37: 6’4 ’25 Isaiah Denis (1 of 1 Academy)
Next, we look at a player who naturally seems to find ways to produce, regardless of setting or surrounding teammates, Isaiah Denis. He’s a long, wiry, well-rounded wing prospect with the ability to overwhelm opponents on both ends of the floor. Denis is a great penetrator who utilizes his blend of length and athleticism to finish above or through contact. He’s a quality ball-handler with useful vision and creation instincts, which allows him to generate clean looks for himself and others at a consistent rate. Denis makes great decisions with the ball in his hands, but can also effectively make an impact as a cutter. He defends his assignment well and rebounds at a strong level for his position. Next in his development process is working on his consistency from beyond the arc, as it would make him more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Moore on Denis: “Isaiah made plays down the stretch. He finished at the basket and displayed a very good basketball IQ. He offered a positive attitude and accepted coaching well.” Denis made a lasting impression at camp, and should be a leader for 1 of 1 Academy over the foreseeable future.
#44: 6’5 ’24 Isaiah Washington (Winston-Salem Christian)
Moving onto a player who can legitimately fill it up in a variety of different ways offensively, Isaiah Washington. He’s a long, wiry, athletic wing prospect with a polished three-level scoring arsenal and the necessary creation skills to get whenever look he desires. Washington is great at getting downhill and attacking the basket, yet also possesses a reliable jumper with deep range. He handled and passed the ball well, found ways to apply pressure as an off-ball threat, and outworked his assignment defensively. Washington played hard, highlighted an unselfish mentality, and displayed great feel on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it’ll only make him more physically imposing on defense. Coach Moore on Washington: “Isaiah can play either backcourt position for his size. Changes speeds in transition and always keeps the defense on their heels. He stood out as a leader on both ends of the floor. Offered a positive attitude and accepted coaching well.” Washington enjoyed a strong showing at camp, and should be a target for various programs during his upcoming junior season.
#53: 6’6 ’24 Ryan Crotty (Holly Springs)
Continuing onto a player who continues to garner a reputation as one of the top marksmen in the state, Ryan Crotty. He’s a long, wiry wing prospect with a high motor, unselfish approach, and ability to pose a constant spot-up threat from anywhere beyond the arc. Crotty is a terrific shooter from midrange and beyond the arc, and displays the ability to create clean looks within a few dribbles. He contains his assignment well defensively, rebounds at a solid rate, and understands how to properly move without the ball in his hands. Next in his development process is working on getting stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach More on Crotty: “Ryan needs to work on his ability to make plays off the dribble. He struggled to make three-pointers today, but possesses great shooting mechanics. Ryan forces opponents to stay attached to him along the perimeter.” Crotty highlighted some impressive flashes during his time at camp, and should be a definite leader for Holly Springs over these next two seasons.
#60: 6’8 ’25 Zymicah Wilkins (RS-Central)
Next, we look at a player who continues to trend upward as one of the top prospects in his class, Zymicah Wilkins. He’s a smart, skilled, strong-bodied forward/post prospect with an impressive blend of vision, ball-handling, and overall scoring polish. Wilkins is capable of dominating on the block, where he displays excellent touch, footwork, and understanding of how to utilize his body to overwhelm opponents. He can dictate the action from the elbows, block, or as an initiator, simply based on team need. Wilkins rebounds the ball at a quality rate, and is capable of pushing the break in transition. He alters shots well and defends his assignment effectively on the block. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it’ll only improve his ability to defend perimeter players. Coach Moore on Wilkins: “Zymicah finished around the basket and got his teammates involved constantly. Ran the floor really well and made open shots from the perimeter.” Wilkins proved to be an asset at camp, and should be poised for another highly productive season at RS-Central.
#69: 6’8 ’24 Ty Outlaw (The Burlington School)
Moving onto a player who knows how to make an impact through his tough, physical approach, Ty Outlaw. He’s a big, strong, mobile post prospect with great athleticism for his size/position. Outlaw is a terrific finisher who possesses touch with both hands, reliable moves from the block, and the ability to consistently capitalize on putbacks or drop-offs. He rebounds the ball at a high volume and runs the floor properly in transition. Outlaw offers a high motor and anchors the paint well as an interior defender. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would open him up to even more scoring chances. Coach Moore on Outlaw: “Ty is a superb athlete who is a rebounding machine on both ends of the floor. Needs to work on facing the basket to score. He can also improve on blocking shots defensively.” Outlaw made a lasting impression during his time at camp, and should be a vital piece for The Burlington School going forward.
#76: 6’10 ’23 Kaleb Siler (Carmel Christian)
Finishing up, we look at a player who provides a steady, straightforward presence on both ends of the floor, Kaleb Siler. He’s a big, strong-bodied post prospect with soft hands, quality footwork, and touch over either shoulder. Siler is a great two-way rebounder who clears out space, consistently boxes out, and capitalizes on putback opportunities. He finishes, alters shots, and understands how to produce within the flow of the action. Siler is a great midrange shooter and post-up option who can alter his approach based on matchup. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a more reliable defender in space. Coach Moore on Siler: “Kaleb played really well around the basket. He needs to work on running the floor with increased intensity. Can also work on his conditioning and his overall motor.” Siler did a variety of things well during his time at camp, and should be a target for plenty of scholarship-level programs throughout his upcoming senior season.