Bull City Prep National

2022 6’3 LJ Thomas

One look at his current college offers and you will see why Thomas tops the list from the first round game in the Hoop State Championship. Thomas poured in 28 points in Bull City’s win and was just as impressive dishing the ball and getting up and down the court. Early on Thomas was a man possessed and the NC Storm couldn’t do much of anything to stop him from going coast to coast and finishing with a layup or a dish to a teammate for a layup.

2021 6’3 Derrick Butler

Butler finished the game with 18 points and was just as active on the court as Thomas. The duo had another gear than the rest of the players on the court. He had several chances to make a highlight reel dunk but came up just short, but he still got in one good one as he slipped the baseline for the slam. Butler would be an underrated get for any college coach. He has a high motor and is smart with the basketball.

NC Storm

2023 5’10 Trey Green

Green is the definition of giving it your all on the court. He makes things happen on the court that shouldn’t even be possible. He does that through pure hustle. He scored 12 points against Bull City, but he was most impressive as being a player that always seemed to be in the vicinity of the ball. You could find him diving to make plays and making sure his team had a chance to win it at the end.

2021 6’8 AJ Allenspach

The Army commit is an aggressive player that is always in the mix battling for rebounds and put backs. He was instrumental in helping the Storm get back into the game after falling behind by 20 points early in the second half. If they fed the ball inside, he was going to make sure he got the ball in the basket for his team.