Team 6

Coach: Timario Baldwin

#2: 5’2 ’26 Kyle Broughton (Charlotte)

Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased nice instincts and overall balance on offense, Kyle Broughton. He’s a wiry, fairly well-rounded guard prospect with reliable creation skills and perimeter shooting. Broughton moves well without the ball and understands how to get involved as a two-way rebounder. Next in his development process is working on improving his overall defensive presence, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Baldwin on Broughton: “Kyle had a pretty good showing for camp. He quietly had flashes of good moments, making great passes and attacking the basket. He has the ability to get into the paint and collapse defenses. Next in his progression is understanding transition defense and how to properly guard the ball.” Broughton did a lot of things well at camp and could be a prospect to monitor over the coming years, especially if he continues on his current trajectory. 

#7: 4’11 ’27 Bryson Frazier (Harrisburg)

Next, we look at a player that made a lasting impression with his vision and playmaking ability, Bryson Frazier. He’s a wiry, scrappy, unselfish guard prospect with a high motor, reliable perimeter shooting, and the ability to create for himself and others. Frazier is a nice defender with quickness and an understanding of how to operate without the ball in his hands. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Baldwin on Frazier: “Bryson was a bright spot all camp for his small size. He competed every possession on both ends of the floor. He has a great attitude and feel for the game, especially for his age. Passing is his greatest attribute, but he’s also able to knock down shots when open. Next in his progression is continuing to get stronger as a ball-handler and growing his overall IQ of the game.” Frazier did a lot of things well during his time at camp and will be a prospect to keep an eye on going forward. 

#8: 5’5 ’25 Ayden Johnson (Greensboro)

Moving onto a player that easily stood out among the most electric campers in attendance, Ayden Johnson. He’s a smart, crafty point guard prospect with phenomenal quickness and a strong balance between scoring and playmaking. Johnson utilizes his quickness and sharp creation skills to effortlessly breakdown opponents and get wherever he wants on the floor. He scores the ball with efficiency from all levels, but is arguably even better when running a team and working to get others involved. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it will only help improve his defensive presence. Coach Baldwin on Johnson: “Ayden has been the lead guard all day. He’s an excellent teammate with a positive attitude. He listens and takes instruction very well. He has pretty solid range and ability to score at all three levels. Ayden is able to penetrate and get in the lane, collapse defense, and find open shooters. His quickness and shiftiness work great for his game. If he can continue to get stronger and defend at a high level, he has a shot.” Johnson was clearly a top performer, securing the Mr. Hustle award with relative ease, and will be a prospect to monitor going forward. 

#19: 5’3 ’26 Camden Tyler (Kenly)

Continuing onto a player that showcased a reliable, well-rounded presence on either end of the floor, Camden Tyler. He’s a wiry, unselfish, high-motor guard prospect with terrific vision, perimeter shooting, and the understanding of how to effectively create for himself or others off the bounce. Tyler is an efficient three-level scorer with cutting instincts and toughness as a rebounder. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a more reliable on-ball defender. Coach Baldwin on Tyler: “Camden had a great camp, being an excellent teammate and offering a positive attitude. He has a great feel for the game and his overall age group. Camden scored the ball in a variety of ways and rebounds the ball at a high rate on both ends of the floor. Next in his progression is developing strength and quickness as he grows. He can also work on the use of his off-hand.” Tyler enjoyed a quality showing at camp and will certainly be one to watch throughout the coming years. 

#20: 5’3 ’26 Trey Atkinson (Clayton)

Next, we look at a player that consistently made an impact through his phenomenal three-point shooting, Trey Atkinson. He’s a smart, unselfish, high-motor guard prospect with the ability to thrive as an off-ball threat. Atkinson is a terrific cutter and spot-up threat with the ability to create for himself and others as needed. He also provided a fairly reliable defensive presence and regularly made his presence felt as a rebounder. 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 Baldwin on Atkinson: “Trey has an excellent attitude and approach to the game. He was a great teammate all camp and displayed solid shooting range and ability. As he continues to grow and develop, getting quicker and stronger with his ball-handling will help his game.” Atkinson did a lot of things well at camp and will be one to monitor over his continued progression.

#31: 5’5 ’27 Zachary Borrego (Charlotte)

Moving onto a player that arguably stood out as the main glue-guy of this team throughout camp, Zachary Borrego. He’s a smart, skilled, very well-rounded guard prospect with the ability to thrive with or without the ball in his hands. Borrego feel and low-maintenance identity allow him to naturally make plays within the flow of the action. He shoots the ball at a high percentage, makes excellent passes, rebounds effectively for his size, and moves extremely well as a spot-up threat or off-ball cutter. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it will only make him more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Baldwin on Borrego: “Zac has a great attitude and willingness to learn and get better. He shows great range and ability for his age group, and contributes on both ends of the floor. He finishes well around the basket and also passes the ball well. As Zac continues to develop his game, getting stronger and quicker will do him well. He was definitely a bright spot at camp.” Borrego was quietly among the top performers on display and will be a prospect to keep an eye on over the foreseeable future. 

#48: 5’8 ’27 Braylen Hill (Concord)

Continuing onto a player that showcased an abundance of upside and intrigue throughout camp, Braylen Hill. He’s a fairly well-rounded wing prospect with an appealing frame and the physical tools to continue trending upward. Hill handles the ball well and is a capable penetrator, but can also operate without the ball and knock down jumpers at a solid clip. Next in his development process is working to become a better defender, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Baldwin on Hill: “Braylen was solid all camp. He has the ability to be a solid scorer at all three levels. He has the tools to be a great defender. Next in his progression is building confidence and growing his basketball IQ. As he gets older, understanding on/off-ball defense and playing with maximum effort on both ends of the floor will make him a better player. Braylen has a lot of potential.” Hill highlighted a variety of enticing flashes during his time at camp and will be one to monitor throughout his remaining middle-school years. 

#49: 5’8 ’25 Bryce Hill (Durham)

Next, we look at a player that already possesses an intriguing array of skills and physical tools, Bryce Hill. He’s a long, wiry guard prospect with a tight handle and the ability to reliably create for himself and others off the bounce. Hill is a terrific penetrator and finisher with toughness and the ability to make a consistent impact on the glass. Next in his development process is working to improve his transition defense, as he has the necessary tools to shut down opposing fast breaks. Coach Baldwin on Hill: “Bryce showcased a variety of different skillsets on the floor at camp. He has the ability to attack the basket and finish strong around the rim. He can also be very good defensively. Bryce rebounds well for his size and will continue to grow in all phases of his game. I’m looking forward to seeing him in the future.” Hill enjoyed a quality showing throughout his time at camp and has the tools to emerge as a productive high school player over the coming years. 

#61: 5’8 ’27 Chanse Bost (Salisbury)

Finishing up, we look at a player that showcased the makings of a very promising prospect, Chanse Bost. He’s a long, wiry, fairly well-rounded guard prospect with an excellent penetration sense and the ability to move without the ball. Bost is a quality finisher with either hand and consistently outrebounds his assignment on either end of the floor. Next in his development process is working on improving his overall defensive presence, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Baldwin on Bost: “Chanse was a solid player and teammate throughout the day. He shows great ability to shoot the ball and score from all three levels. As he continues to progress, getting stronger with the ball and on/off-ball defense will be key. Chanse has good size and frame for his age group. I’m looking forward to seeing him in the future.” Bost highlighted a variety of enticing flashes at camp and will be a prospect worth monitoring over the coming years.