Coach: Colby Lewis
#31: 5’9 ’25 Kenneth Bartlett Jr. (West Forsyth)
Starting things off, we look at a player that easily stood out among the top campers on display, Kenneth Barlett Jr. He’s a smart, quick, well-rounded guard prospect with a sharp penetration sense and reliable playmaking ability. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would only make him more physically imposing on both ends of the floor. Coach Lewis on Barlett: “Often times in camp settings, players will try to dominate the ball and try to score. However, this was not the case with Bartlett. He did a great job of getting his teammates involved. One thing that really stood out was vision in the open floor. He constantly had his head up and made the ball ahead passes to teammates running the floor in transition. He is a quick, shifty guard who has the ability to break his defenders down off the bounce and create in tight spaces. In addition, defensively, he anticipates the passing lanes. The next step in his development will be getting stronger to take and initiate contact, helping his finish through contact at the end of drives.” Barlett proved to be a major asset at camp, securing the Playmaker Award, and should start turning the heads of college coaches over these next two years.
#38: 5’10 ’26 Brent Banks (Hickory Grove Christian)
Next, we look at a player that showcased a steady, team-oriented approach on both ends of the floor, Brent Banks. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with a solid feel and an understanding of how to produce within the flow of the action. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Lewis on Banks: “Brent is another underclassman guard that had a really good showing at camp. As the day progressed, he became more comfortable and confident. Banks is a quick, crafty guard who showcased his ability to create off the bounce and make plays in the paint. He understands change of pace and gets his defender to relax, then is able to attack past him. Banks is at his best when he is creating for others in drive-and-kick situations. He also has the ability to knock down shots from behind the arc, especially when he shoots the right ones.” Banks enjoyed a nice showing at camp and will be a prospect to watch progress going forward.
#47: 5’11 ’26 Sam Quebedeaux (The Epiphany School)
Moving onto a player that highlighted a clear understanding of how to effectively run a team, Sam Quebedeaux. He’s a young, smart point guard prospect with the ability to set up others and apply efficient scoring pressure. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would make him a more physically imposing player. Coach Lewis on Quebedeaux: “At the point guard position, Sam showcased his feel and IQ. He has a tremendous feel for the game and balances scoring and making plays for others. Quebedeaux plays at his own pace, and doesn’t seem to get sped up by pressure. Offensively, Quebedeuax proved to be a consistent threat from behind the arc, especially in catch-and-shoot situations. When the ball is in his hands, Quebedeaux knows how to play in ball screen actions, sets his defender up properly, then makes the correct reads as he comes off the ball screens. The next phase in his development will be getting physically stronger. He was able to get into the paint consistently, but sometimes may have missed some shots at the end of drives. As he physically develops, this will help him finish better through contact.” Quebedeaux did a lot of things well at camp and will be a prospect to monitor over the coming years.
#59: 6’0 ’26 Henry Trent (Grimsley)
Continuing onto a player that displayed an understanding of how to naturally do a little bit of everything on the court, Henry Trent. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with a quality IQ and willingness to fill in the gaps however possible. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as it would allow him to become more physical defensively. Coach Lewis on Trent: “Henry was another underclassman who stood out with his basketball IQ and willingness to play team basketball in a camp setting. He didn’t force the issue. He took what the defense gave him, whether it was the open shot or making the extra pass to the open man. Trent is a steady, reliable guard who coaches can trust to make great decisions with the ball. I was impressed with his ability to make plays in the pick and roll. He made multiple pocket passes and back action passes. In addition, he has a smooth release on his jump shot and showcased the ability to knock down shots at an efficient rate from three-point range.” Trent made a nice impact during his time at camp and will be one to watch emerge at Grimsley.
#68: 6’2 ’24 Christian Miller (Central Carolina Prep)
Next, we look at a player that showcased a consistent willingness to do whatever possible to provide his team with an edge, Christian Miller. He’s a long, wiry, fairly well-rounded wing prospect with a high motor and willingness to make hustle plays. Next in his development process is working to become a more consistent shooting threat, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Lewis on Miller: “Christian made his presence felt on both ends of the floor. It started with his pressure on the ball and in the passing lanes defensively. He turned defense to offense and excelled in transition. Miller is an athletic guard with a quick first step and the ability to finish above the rim. In addition, his motor really stood out. He competed every single possession. The next phase in his development will be developing a more consistent perimeter shot. This will help open up his ability to attack off the bounce.” Miller enjoyed a solid showing at camp and should be a useful contributor for Central Carolina Prep during his upcoming senior season.
#79: 6’3 ’26 Cameron Fowler (Northwood)
Moving onto a player with a ton of appeal, both as a current piece and long-term prospect, Cameron Fowler. He’s a smart, athletic, well-rounded guard prospect with size, toughness, and useful versatility. Next in his development process is working to become a craftier ball-handler, as it would make him even more dynamic. Coach Lewis on Fowler: “Playing on a loaded Northwood squad, Cameron played significant minutes and will be one to watch for the upcoming season. On the defensive end, Fowler provided versatility at the guard spot. He has a strong, athletic frame and showed the ability to guard multiple positions. Offensively, Fowler utilizes his frame to attack the basket in straight line drives and finish strong. I loved how he played under control and off two feet at the end of drives. This helped him finish through contact. In addition, he has the ability to shoot the ball well from behind the arc. This past season he shot 45% from three.” Fowler already has a ton of enticing qualities and should certainly be a prospect to watch emerge as a leader for Northwood.
#84: 6’4 ’26 Isaiah Streeter (Grace Christian)
Continuing onto a player who possesses a lot of tools and overall intrigue as a long-term prospect, Isaiah Streeter. He’s a young, physical, fairly well-rounded wing prospect with excellent size and obvious potential on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to become a craftier ball-handler, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Lewis on Streeter: “Isaiah is a young player who has a lot of the tools. He has really good size and versatility for his age. He plays within the framework of the team. Streeter showcased his ability to shoot the ball well when in rhythm from behind the arc. In addition, he has good size to attack the basket and become a player who defensively could guard multiple positions. As the day progressed, I thought Streeter became more comfortable and gained confidence. The next phase in his development will be to become more assertive on the offensive end and to tighten up his ball handling to handle pressure in the open court.” Streeter displayed plenty of appeal during his time at camp and could be prepared for a breakout sophomore season at Grace Christian.
#90: 6’5 ’25 Jaylen Cross (Caldwell Academy)
Next, we look at a player that consistently dominated the game in an extremely poised, unselfish manner, Jaylen Cross. He’s a smart, athletic, all-around wing prospect with natural leadership qualities and an understanding of how to set the tone in all areas of the game. Next in his development process is continuing to tighten up his handle, as it would make him even more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Lewis on Cross: “Jaylen is one of the top 2025 prospects in the state of North Carolina and walked away with MVP honors at camp. The most impressive thing about Cross was his willingness to be coached, held accountable, and play unselfishly. At any given time, Cross could’ve gone 1-on-1, but he did a great job of playing a brand of basketball that translates to team success. He competed on both ends, defended and rebounded. Offensively, he has the ability to score from multiple levels. He creates well off the bounce, can shoot over defenders, and sees the floor. He attacks the basket strong, has the ability to carve through defenses, and is excellent in the midrange. One thing that Cross can improve, is getting more arc on his jump shots. This will make him even more consistent from the perimeter.” Cross proved to be the top performer at camp, securing the MVP award, and should continue turning heads over the foreseeable future.
#92: 6’9 ’23 Juliano Iglesias (IMG Academy)
Finishing up, we look at a player who showcased a steady, reliable interior presence on both ends of the floor, Juliano Iglesias. He’s a wiry, unselfish post prospect with an active motor and willingness to consistently anchor the paint. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would help him when defending screening actions. Coach Lewis on Iglesias: “Juliano is an unsigned senior who should be earning more attention from schools at the next level. Iglesias is a skilled post player who has nice touch with his back to the basket, especially going over his left shoulder for the right hook. In addition, he showcased the ability to consistently knock down the midrange catch and shoot jumper. He can also pick and pop in ball screen situations. The next phase in Iglesias’ development will be improving his footspeed and quickness. This will help on the defensive end, primarily in ball screen coverage. With that being said, he does utilize his length well to alter shots in the paint.” Iglesias made a nice impact at camp and could be a useful late addition for the right program.