Coach: Michael Wilson
#8: 5'7 '23 Isaiah Martino (Lake Norman Charter)
Starting things off, we look at a player that performed quite well despite being the smallest camper on this team, Isaiah Martino. He's a strong, quick guard prospect with a high motor, team-first approach, and a willingness to make hustle players. Martino touches the paint with consistency and plays hard on either end of the floor. Next in his development process is working to become a more consistent three-point shooter, as it would make him a more lethal offensive threat. Coach Wilson on Martino: 'Isaiah is a strong guard, very good on-ball defender, and capable penetrator that sets up his teammates well. He's a capable shooter and finisher. He can continue to develop his jumper and midrange game'either with a floater or pull-up. Isaiah is a great teammate and plays the game the right way. He has a good attitude.' Martino enjoyed a nice showing at camp and should be a useful contributor for Lake Norman Charter over the next few years.
#53: 5'10 '26 Ezekiel Alvarez (Alpha Omega Academy)
Next, we look at a player that showcased some excellent flashes despite being the youngest camper on this team, Ezekiel Alvarez. He's a young, steady guard prospect with a nice midrange jumper and solid shooting mechanics. Alvarez is also a capable penetrator, finisher, and useful all-around defender with an unselfish mentality. 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 Wilson on Alvarez: 'Ezekiel has a bright future playing basketball. He has good size, strength, and skill base for his age and position. He's a capable scorer, good rebounder, and has the potential to be really good. He needs to improve his quickness and on-ball defense. He's a good shooter and has the ability to score from all three levels.' Alvarez did a lot of things well at camp and should develop into a nice prospect over the coming years.
#59: 5'11 '22 Jordan Wall (Grimsley)
Moving onto a player that seems to thrive with his transition ability and overall penetration sense, Jordan Wall. He's a wiry, quick guard prospect with great open-floor speed and the ability to touch the paint at a seemingly nonstop rate. Wall is a capable finisher and quality creator with solid playmaking instincts. He also rebounds the ball effectively for his size and position. Next in his development process is working to add strength, as it would make him a more physical player on either end of the floor. Coach Wilson on Wall: 'Jordan is a great athlete. He defends very well and is a very good finisher. He can get to the rim at will and finish over opposing big men. Jordan needs to develop his jumper from midrange and beyond the arc. He plays hard and is a competitor.' Wall found various ways to make his presence felt during camp and should have a nice senior campaign for Grimsley.
#71: 6'0 '26 Torian Nabriat (North Augusta)
Continuing onto a player that possesses a nice crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Torian Nabriat. He's a young, long, wiry guard prospect with a fairly well-rounded skillset and great physical tools. Nabriat scores the ball on all three levels with efficiency, creates effectively off the bounce, and defends his assignment with poise. He also rebounds the ball well and works well within the team concept. Next in his development process is working to become quicker, as it would make him an even better on-ball defender. Coach Wilson on Nabriat: 'Torian has a very bright future. His strength, skillset, and basketball IQ is very good for his age. He has the ability to score at all three levels. Torian is also a really good defender, both on and off the ball. He will be a high-level recruit and player to watch.' Nabriat did a lot of things well, especially for his age, and will be a prospect to monitor over the coming years.
#72: 6'1 '24 Brantley Kidd (North Iredell)
Next, we look at a player that arguably stood out as one of the top perimeter shooters on this team, Brantley Kidd. He's a wiry, high-motor guard prospect with an excellent spot-up presence and the ability to knock down shots off the bounce. Kidd displays nice vision, defensive energy, and understands how to operate within the flow of the team concept. He also possesses solid feel while filling in the gaps on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a better finisher through contact. Coach Wilson on Kidd: 'Cade is a competitor that plays hard and wants to win. He's a good shooter and has a solid floater as a counter move. He needs to develop mental toughness when things don't go his way. He will be a solid player and contributor for his varsity team.' Kidd displayed a variety of enticing flashes at camp and should emerge as a useful contributor for North Iredell sooner than later.
#76: 6'2 '25 Daniel Guandolo (Charlotte Christian)
Moving onto a player that showcased a lot of intrigue during camp, especially for his age, Daniel Guandolo. He's a young, wiry guard prospect with terrific shooting prowess from along the perimeter. Guandolo typically operates as a spot-up threat but also displays vision, unselfishness, and the ability to attack closeouts as needed. He provides nice effort defensively and moves pretty well without the ball. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a better on-ball defender. Coach Wilson on Guandolo: 'Daniel has great length for his age and is a really good shooter. He's also capable of attacking the basket and finishing. He needs to develop his quickness to help him on the defensive side of the ball. Daniel will be an impact player and has the potential to be really good.' Guandolo made a steady impact throughout camp and should be able to carve out a nice role sooner than later for Charlotte Christian.
#126:'6'3 '23 Jordan Allen (Southlake Christian)
Continuing onto a player that continues to showcase a variety of nice flashes at camp, Jordan Allen. He's a big, strong forward prospect with the ability to shoot the ball effectively from the perimeter. Allen displays quality vision, unselfishness, and works hard on either end of the floor. He also pursued rebounds and defended quite well against his assignment throughout his time at camp. Next in his development process is working to become quicker, as it would make him a more reliable penetrating threat. Coach Wilson on Allen: 'Jordan is a great teammate with a great attitude. He's a very good passer and capable scorer. He makes the right play consistently and is always in the right spot. He needs to develop his quickness and ability to finish.' Allen enjoyed a nice showing at camp and has the tools emerge as a useful contributor for Southlake Christian over the next two seasons.'
#132: 6'4 '23 Jalen Yancey (Wakefield)
Next, we look at a player that quietly stood out as one of the more productive campers on this team, Jalen Yancey. He's a tough, athletic forward prospect with great quickness, ball-handling instincts, and a strong penetration sense. Yancey finishes well around the basket with both hands, rebounds his position very nicely, and proved to be a capable on-ball defender. 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 within the flow of the action. Coach Wilson on Yancey: 'Jalen is a very good athlete that can get to the rim at will. He's a good finisher and has great strength. He needs to develop his jumper in order to expand his game. Jalen is a good on-ball defender; however, he tends to relax off the ball. He's capable and willing to make the big play and provide a spark.' Yancey produced nicely throughout camp and should be a nice contributor for Wakefield going forward.
#148: 6'9 '24 Erich Harding (Westminster Catawba)
Finishing up, we look at a player that already possesses an obvious amount of appeal, Erich Harding. He's a long, wiry, blossoming post prospect with touch, toughness, and a reliable interior presence on both ends of the floor. Harding rebounds the ball well, runs hard in transition, and finishes around the rim. That being said, he also shows the ability to protect the rim and space the floor. Harding moves very well for his size, especially at this stage in his progression. Next in his development process is working on working to get quicker, as it would make him a more reliable defender when hedging ball-screens or defending in space. Coach Wilson on Harding: 'Erich has great length, soft hands, and nice touch around the rim (as well as shooting). He has a high ceiling and will be a Division I recruit, in my opinion. He needs to get stronger and develop mental toughness. He's a player to watch for sure.' Harding stood out as one of the top long-term prospects in attendance and will be worth monitoring over the foreseeable future.