6’4” 2020 Bryce Causey: Southwest Guilford High School (NC)

Thrives in transition and can make the one dribble pull up shot with ease, was also able to find his teammates on back door cuts and easy layups throughout the game. His game is not limited to just the outside though as he was able to drive to the basket and finish through traffic on multiple occasions. Bryce has mastered the head fake from the three-point line and gets almost every opponent to bite on the fake, allowing for an easy take to the rim or pull up jump shot.

6’1” 2022 Quan Peterson: South Pointe High School (NC)

Possesses an elite quickness with the ability to get by his defender at almost any time and finish at the rim. Quan was constantly finding open teammates under the rim with no look passes throughout the game which led to easy buckets for South Pointe. He also showed the ability to hit the outside shot with a smooth stroke, he appeared to be the floor general whenever he was on the court.

6’3” 2020 Jarijah Burris: South Point High School (NC)

An uber athletic forward with the ability to put the ball on the floor and take it to the basket and finish through contact. Jarijah was on the finishing end of several alley-oop attempts in which it looked like it would be tough for him to finish the play. He also can make a steal and lead his team on the break down the floor, his vision is another skill he possesses.

6’8” 2020 Josh Hall: Moravian Prep (NC)

Easily the most impressive player at the camp, Josh can score from just about anywhere he wants on the floor. He’s quick and has a smooth game with the ability to pull up from three or inside the arc with a nice-looking jump shot. The game seems to come to Josh with ease and buckets come a plenty. I expect to see plenty more of Josh in the future as he is a fun player to watch.

6’3” 2021 Nick Green: Royal Nights (NC)

One of the best shooters that was on display this weekend, has the ability to absolutely light up the score sheet, he would be the type of player you would describe as a microwave as he has the ability to heat up quick and not miss any shots. He can catch and shoot or pull up off the dribble and can also get all his teammates involved in the action and making shots as well, a true playmaker and one to watch.

6’1” 2020 Jalen Miller: Combine Academy (NC)

Has been one of the best playmakers all weekend both scoring the ball and dishing out assists to his teammates. He has also shown himself to be a willing defender who is constantly getting steals or diving on the floor for loose balls. Jalen is lightning quick and has the ability to blow by his defender and get to the basket in a hurry, finishing through contact is another attribute in Jalen’s repertoire.