Coach: John Combs
#1: 5’8 ’21 Sean Iadonisi (Fort Mill)
Starting things off, we look at a player that offered his team with a pretty tough, heady two-way presence, Sean Iadonisi. He’s a smart, high-motor guard prospect with a willingness to make the right play on every single possession. Iadonisi is a capable three-level scorer and utilizes his blend of quickness and ball-handling to attack and make plays within the paint. He defends very well for his size and is capable of getting out in transition quite regularly. Iadonisi is unselfish and leads by example with his decision-making. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a better finisher around the basket. Coach Combs on Iadonisi: “Sean had a great attitude throughout the day. He can work on getting his outside shot off quicker. I would also like to see him be more of a vocal presence on the defensive side of the ball.” Iadonisi enjoyed an excellent showing at camp and looks poised to have a productive upcoming season at Catawba Ridge.
#2: 5’8 ’23 Gavin Stinson (Winston-Salem)
Next, we look at a player that made a strong two-way impact with his motor and team-first approach, Gavin Stinson. He’s a tough, scrappy guard prospect with a quality feel for the game and ability to make an impact without requiring the ball in his hands due to his perimeter shooting. However, Stinson handles the ball with poise and is capable of creating for himself or others off the dribble. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Combs on Stinson: “Gavin’s effort and attitude was great throughout the day. He can work on getting his shot off as quick as possible. I do think he can apply more pressure as an on-ball defender. Gavin is a winner! He can be more vocal on both ends of the court.” Stinson did a lot of things well at camp and should be able to carve out a useful role sooner than later for Oak Grove.
#3: 6’0 ’22 Jaylen Roscoe (Rock Hill)
Moving onto a player that provided his team with a fairly well-rounded skillset and approach, Jaylen Roscoe. He’s a smart, sturdy, unselfish guard prospect with a nice balance between scoring and playmaking. Roscoe is a useful rebounder with the ability to push the break and finish in transition. He’s also an effective defender with solid quickness and footwork. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more reliable ball-handler. Coach Combs on Roscoe: “Jaylen had a great attitude and provided strong effort throughout the day. He can work on handling the ball against pressure and through traffic. He can work on his three-point shot and continue to use his strength to finish at the rim.” Roscoe made his presence felt in a variety of different ways at camp and has the tools to emerge as an impact player during the upcoming season at Rock Hill.
#4: 6’0 ’21 Dylan Orschell (Myrtle Beach)
Continuing onto a player that made quite a lasting impression with his motor and blue-collar approach, Dylan Orschell. He’s a tough, rugged, team-first guard prospect with excellent energy and a clear willingness to do the little things on both ends of the floor. Orschell defends multiple positions, takes charges, and will dive on the floor for loose balls. He is a reliable three-point shooter and solid scorer inside the arc, but doesn’t necessarily require a ton of offensive touches to make an impact. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a better finisher around the basket. Coach Combs on Orschell: “Dylan has a great attitude and was very coachable throughout the day. He can continue to work on his already-good three-point shot in order to make it great! Dylan can work on coming off screens and getting off his shot more quickly.” Orschell made a quality impact during camp and should be able to enjoy a strong senior campaign at St. James.
#5: 6’2 ’21 Walker Corbin (Weaverville)
Next, we look at a player that stood out quite regularly with his ability to shoot the ball, Walker Corbin. He’s a sturdy, unselfish wing prospect with a nice motor and two-way feel for the game. Corbin operates well within the flow of the team structure and looks to capitalize on spot-up opportunities whenever possible. He moves well without the ball, pursues rebounds at a strong rate, and is capable of effectively creating for himself and others. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would make him an even more lethal spot-up threat. Coach Combs on Corbin: “Walker is a good shooter that I would like to see be more aggressive in looking for his shot offensively. He can work on getting his outside shot of quicker. Best wishes this year!” Corbin found various ways to contribute and should be poised for a nice upcoming senior campaign at North Buncombe.
#6: 6’2 ’22 Nolan Cassidy (Statesville)
Moving onto a player that highlighted a fairly versatile, well-rounded sense on either side of the ball, Nolan Cassidy. He’s a smart, team-first wing prospect with a high motor and the ability to assert himself as a scorer from all levels. Cassidy is a quality on-ball defender with the necessary quickness to force turnovers and push transition play. He’s a decent three-point shooter, but even better from inside the arc. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would allow him to find more scoring opportunities as an off-ball cutter. Coach Combs on Cassidy: “Nolan has a really solid court presence on both ends of the floor. I would like to see him improve his outside shot and get it off quicker. He is a good rebounder and can become great with continued work. Best wishes this year; you are a winner!” Cassidy made his presence felt throughout camp and could carve out a nice role for West Iredell during the upcoming season.
#7: 6’3 ’23 Jordan Allen (Charlotte)
Continuing onto a player that possesses a nice crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Jordan Allen. He’s a big, strong wing/forward prospect with the capable of scoring in a variety of different ways from multiple levels. Allen is tough and absorbs contact well when looking to attack or finish around the basket. He also can knock down the perimeter jumper or make the proper pass to open teammates. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him an improved ball-handler against pressure. Coach Combs on Allen: “Jordan has great toughness when attacking the basket, but needs to make sure he stays under control. He can work on improving his conditioning. Jordan has a great feel for the game. I’m excited to see Jordan’s progress as he stays in the game and furthers his game.” Allen did a lot of things well at camp and will be one to watch over the coming years at Olympic.
#8: 6’3 ’23 Khawan Bobbitt (Creedmoor)
Next, we look at a player that showcased a pretty versatile skillset and approach at camp, Khawan Bobbitt. He’s a strong, physical, athletic wing/forward prospect with a great frame and two-way feel for the game. Bobbitt is capable of scoring the ball at an efficient rate from all three levels and understands how to adapt his approach based on matchup. He’s a quality defender with the ability to switch across multiple positions. Bobbitt also rebounds the ball very well and has the ability to push the break in transition. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would allow him to find more scoring opportunities as an off-ball cutter. Coach Combs on Bobbitt: “I love how hard Khawan plays on both ends of the floor. He can improve his footwork in order to get his three-point shot even quicker. He can continue to work on his ball-handling skills against pressure. Best wishes this year to Khawan in hoops and on the football field.” Bobbitt enjoyed a productive showing throughout the day and has all the tools to be an impact player during the upcoming season at South Granville.
#9: 6’9 ’23 Jaydin Spillman-Martin (Mocksville)
Finishing up, we look at a player that easily stood out as one of the most dominant all-around campers on display, Jaydin Spillman-Martin. He’s a smart, skilled, well-rounded post prospect with the ability to make his presence felt in all facets of the game. Spillman-Martin rebounds and blocks shots at a quality rate and possesses the necessary skill to handle the ball and push the break himself in transition. He scores the ball at an efficient rate from all three levels and is capable of attacking opponents off the dribble quite nicely. Next in his development process is working to add strength, as it would only make him a more physically imposing player on both ends of the floor. Coach Combs on Spillman-Martin: “Jaydin has great touch and feel for passing the ball. He should be careful not to pick up too many cheap fouls. He has a great court presence on either side of the ball. I would like to see him get his shot off quicker. Jaydin has a chance to be special, especially if he keeps working hard and remaining humble. I am excited about his future.” Spillman-Martin was extremely impressive at camp, securing the MVP award with relative ease, and will certainly be a prospect for folks to monitor closely going forward.