6’7 2020 Luke Davis: Team ENC 252/Wesleyan Christian

Davis recently announced his move over to powerhouse Wesleyan Christian Academy and his plans to reclassify down to 2020 as his performances continue to impress coaches and spectators alike.  His ability to handle the ball and create offense at his size is so incredibly impressive.  He’s a true combo forward that can switch out and defend the perimeter with the ability to put it on your head to go with a smooth jumper on the other end.  Without a doubt in my mind a D1 prospect.

6’3 2019 Andrew Work: Synergy Elite Wise

Work was putting in work all day long on both ends of the court for Synergy Wise.  He’s an undersized wing player that is an elite athlete that absolutely defends his tail off.  He’s a more than capable shooter, but he’s at his best when he’s getting downhill, drawing fouls, and living at the line.  Definitely a scholarship caliber player.

6’1 2019 LJ Rogers: Carolina Knights/Eastern Alamance

Rogers is another one of those combo guards that displays excellent leadership all over both ends of the court.  He’s great with the ball in his hands, capable of creating his own shot and plays for others.  He has a smooth mid-range pull-up game that keeps the defense honest on his drives to the cup.  He definitely has a very legit shot at becoming a next level player.

5’9 2019 Roderick Landrum: Upward Stars 2018/Eastside High (SC)

Landrum is one of the more electric players I’ve seen today with his ability to blow by defenders and drill tough shots.  He plays with a serious edge and is one of those guys you love to have on your team, but you hate to play against.  He plays with a level of swag that was unparalleled on the court in this one.  He’s incredibly productive, finishing with 22 points on 13 shots, scoring in an efficient way.  Definitely one to watch moving forward!

5’10 2019 Brandon Beidleman: Team United Elite/Zebulon B Vance

Beidleman is an absolute sparkplug on the court with his ability to make plays for himself and others both on the break and in half-court sets.  He has excellent vision, always looking to throw outlet passes that are always right in his teammates hands, making him one of the more trustworthy PG’s around the HoopState.  He rarely makes mistakes, consistently making the right decision and isn’t too selfish or too unselfish, finding an excellent happy medium.

6’6 2019 Taurus Ragin Jr: Team United Elite/Independence High School

Ragin is an extremely agile 4-man with an ability to create for himself off the bounce on the block using his excellent footwork or attacking from the perimeter.  He uses that mobility defensively to stay versatile to go with rebounding at a high level.  Definitely a scholarship worthy player in my opinion, Ragin plays with the mindset that every coach wants their big men to play with… dominate the competition.  Ragin lives up to that standard plus some, he’s certainly a productive asset.