Team 10

Coach: Smith

#41: 5'7 '25 Tyrese Liddell (Freedom Christian)

Starting things off, we look at a player who made a quality impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Tyrese Liddell. He's a scrappy, unselfish, fairly well-rounded guard prospect with a solid understanding of how to run a team. Liddell is capable of initiating the offense, creating for others, and asserting his scoring presence as needed. He provides a scrappy on-ball presence defensively at the point of attack and is willing to make hustle plays as needed. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would allow him to become a more physical player on both ends of the floor. Coach Smith on Liddell: 'Tyrese is a pretty good player. I would like to see him stay engaged for the entirety of the game. He displayed good handles and overall basketball IQ. Tyrese also had a good attitude and accepted coaching well.' Liddell enjoyed a productive showing at camp and should be a useful piece for Freedom Christian over these next two seasons.

#47: 5'8 '26 Jeremiah Savage (Riverside)

Next, we look at a player who consistently found ways to make his presence felt within the flow of the team structure, Jeremiah Savage. He's a young, steady guard prospect with a high motor and a clear desire to do whatever possible to provide his team with an edge. Savage displays a solid feel on both ends of the floor, but doesn't necessarily require a ton of touches to make an impact. He's a useful passer, shooter, ball-handler, and overall spot-up threat. Savage also battles defensively and looks to involve himself as a rebounder. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Smith on Savage: 'Jeremiah did a great job at camp. Overall, he's a good player with room to continue growing. He had a great attitude, played hard, and accepted coaching well. Jeremiah has the tools to develop into a good player.' Savage did a variety of things well at camp and will be a prospect to watch emerge for Riverside going forward.

#70: 5'11 '25 Miles Leaks (Piedmont)

Moving onto a player who clearly stood out as a leader and focal point for this group, Miles Leaks. He's a smart, polished, all-around point guard prospect that simply knows how to run a team and set the tone on both ends of the floor. Leaks dictates the action with a lot of poise, displaying a calm demeanor, excellent pace, and an understanding of how to consistently make the right decision. Leaks is a reliable playmaker who utilizes his quickness, tight handle, and quality vision to set up others at a quality rate. However, he's also an efficient scorer from all levels and can create his own shot or find opportunities without the ball. Leaks effectively contains his assignment on defense and rebounds the ball well for his size/position. Next in his development process is working on being more vocal, as it would make him an even better leader. Coach Smith on Leaks: 'Miles has the potential to be a high-level guard. He's tough, strong, and can score from anywhere on the floor. Consistency will make Miles a complete guard.' Leaks was a top performer at camp, securing the Coaches Award, and should have an extremely productive junior season for Piedmont.

#79: 6'0 '26 Henry Trent (Grimsley)

Continuing onto a player who highlighted a variety of intriguing flashes throughout camp, Henry Trent. He's a young, steady, fairly well-rounded guard prospect with solid length and unselfish approach on both ends of the floor. Between shooting, defending, and handling the ball, Trent does a little bit of everything on the court. Trent is a capable spot-up threat, but doesn't necessarily require the ball in order to make an impact. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Smith on Trent: 'Henry has the ability to do a lot of things, but just needs to play harder and more consistently. His basketball IQ has room to improve as well. Henry can shoot, pass, and handle. If he continues working, he has the tools to become a good player.' Trent enjoyed a solid showing at camp and will be a prospect to monitor for Grimsley over the foreseeable future.

#80: 6'5 '25 Prosper Kabongo (New Hope)

Moving onto a player who showcased an array of enticing qualities, Prosper Kabongo. He's a long, athletic, high-motor forward prospect with an unselfish approach and excellent nose for the ball. Kabongo is a tough, physical player who simply knows how to find opportunities and involve himself in the action. He's a quality penetrator and finisher through contact, but can also knock down the occasional jumper or set up others when necessary. Kabongo utilizes his length to disrupt opponents defensively and make his presence felt on the glass. He's capable of defending bigger than his listed height. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Smith on Kabongo: 'Prosper has a great body. He can handle the ball and get to the rim. He needs to get better as a playmaker and perimeter shooter. Overall, Prosper is a really solid player with good upside.' Kabongo proved to be a difference-maker at camp and should be poised for a productive upcoming season at New Hope.

#96: 6'1 '26 Nicholas Fleming (West Forsyth)

Next, we look at a player who seems to steadily progress with each updated viewing, Nicholas Fleming. He's a young, wiry, well-rounded guard prospect with a high IQ and quality motor on both ends of the floor. Fleming displayed vision, penetration ability, and reliable perimeter shooting. He consistently found success as a spot-up threat and made smart decisions when attacking off the bounce. Fleming also defended well and crashed the glass whenever possible. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Smith on Fleming: 'Nicholas has the tools to be a great player. He can continue to get stronger, quicker, and play with toughness. Nicholas can finish well and shoots the ball really effectively from the perimeter. If he continues to work, his future is bright.' Fleming proved to be an asset during his time at camp and should be able to carve out a productive role for West Forsyth sooner than later.

#103: 6'2 '26 Alex Hudson (Freedom Christian)

Moving onto a player who stood out through his ability to produce in various different roles, Alex Hudson. He's a smart, wiry, well-rounded guard prospect with ball skills, perimeter shooting, and defensive prowess. Hudson is a capable creator with vision and penetration ability, but arguably found more success when applying pressure in spot-up situations as an off-ball threat. He displays toughness, nice positioning, and solid instincts as a defender at the point of attack. Hudson works hard and understands how to make his presence felt without needing to force the action. He's also a willing rebounder. Next in his development process is working on getting stronger, as it would allow him to become a more physical player on both ends of the floor. Coach Smith on Hudson: 'Alex has the potential to be a very good player. He can shoot, pass, and handle, but just needs to get stronger and quicker to reach his potential.' Hudson enjoyed a quality showing at camp and has the tools to be a notable piece for Freedom Christian over the coming years.

#122: 6'2 '25 Elijah Mobley (Quality Education)

Continuing onto a player who continues to highlight the makings of an obvious target for college coaches, Elijah Mobley. He's a smart, skilled, all-around guard prospect with nice size, creation skills, and the ability to fill it up offensively. Mobley scores the ball at a seemingly nonstop rate from all levels, but can also set up others and dictate the action as a playmaker. He's polished enough to consistently mix it up from all levels or simply take what the defense is giving him. Defensively, Mobley utilizes his combination of length, physicality, and instincts to contain his assignment and force turnovers at a nice rate. He's also a useful rebounder and transition threat. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would allow him to find even more scoring chances as an off-ball threat. Coach Smith on Mobley: 'Elijah can do it all. He can pass, shoot, and handle. I would like to see him get more consistent to become a complete player, but he has a lot of ability. Elijah has a bright future in the game of basketball.' Mobley proved to be an asset throughout camp and should be a focal point for Quality Education during the upcoming season.

#135: 6'6 '25 Sabree Scott (Quality Education)

Next, we look at a player who clearly stood out as one of the top performers on display, Sabree Scott. He's a long, skilled, athletic wing/forward prospect with great size, unselfishness, and a quality motor on both ends of the floor. Scott displayed the ability to create his own shot, set up others, and apply consistent scoring pressure from all levels. He's adaptable enough to take what the defense gives him, but is also capable of taking over as needed. Scott caused problems for opponents defensively, rebounded at a quality rate, and stepped up whenever his team needed. Next in his development process is working to become a craftier ball-handler, as it would make him even more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Smith on Scott: 'Sabree is a long, athletic wing that can finish inside and outside. He can make three-pointers and finish at the rim. Sabree is a talented young man who has what it takes to play at the next level.' Scott enjoyed a noteworthy showing at camp and should be a prospect for college coaches to monitor over these next two seasons.

#150: 6'9 '24 Emory Blackwell (Ogburn)

Finishing up, we look at a player who possesses a nice crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Emory Blackwell. He's a long, mobile big man with a high motor and team-oriented approach on both sides of the ball. Blackwell displayed solid touch around the basket, but can also knock down the occasional jumper if necessary. He rebounds well and does a nice job of running the floor hard in transition. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him a better defender in space. Coach Smith on Blackwell: 'Emory is a solid post player with the ability to finish around the basket. Displayed a positive attitude and willingness to be coached. Emory played hard on both ends of the floor. He needs to get stronger and more physical, but is a good post player overall.' Blackwell enjoyed a solid showing at camp and will be a prospect for college coaches to monitor over his upcoming senior season.