#78 6’5 2020 Colin Radcliffe (Living Water Christian)

Radcliffe is a great combination of pop and finesse. He possesses deep range and confidence on his jumper that really opens up the floor for him and his teammates. He can heat up at any given moment from the perimeter, capable of taking over a game in the blink of an eye.  At 6’5 he has the ball skills to initiate offense, but he’s at his best attacking from the wing, using the combination of shooting touch and athleticism to create space. He has above the rim capabilities, doing a nice job attacking in transition and finishing with power.  Radcliffe is tracking as a no brainer scholarship level kid at this point in time, and should have a really nice senior season at Living Water Christian.

#26 5’11 2022 Gunner Walters (Mount Tabor)

Walters is the consummate floor general with his outstanding vision and feel for the game.  He plays with an incredibly unselfish approach, making those around him better.  As he continues to physically develop it will only become easier for Walters to control the game at a higher level.  Despite being one of the smaller guys at camp, Walters got wherever he wanted on the floor, finding his way through the defense at will.  Expect Walters to break out at Mount Tabor this upcoming season, he has a chance to play an integral role on a team that has a chance to be really good. 

#92 6’9 2020 Myles Evans (Ravenscroft)

Evans showed that he can flat out take over a game with his shooting ability, but still find his way to the basket where he uses his size and touch down low to create offense.  He drilled 4 3s in the first quarter, and then took the work inside in the 2nd half where he was a really efficient low post scorer.  He looks the best he has in about a year after tearing his meniscus.  He’s now playing without a brace and looks to be really comfortable with the injured knee.  D1 schools should be tracking Evans throughout his senior year, academics are a huge part of the package Evans provides as a prospect as well. 

#89 6’8 2022 Asa White (Garner High School)

White is a supremely gifted young wing that has a chance to be a really special prospect if he continues to develop.  He possesses the size and length necessary to be an impact wing at the next level to go with an emerging skillset and a rapidly developing level of physical maturity.  He’s really comfortable operating in the high post, using his ball skills, athletic gifts, and overall sense of how to attack the basket depending on what type of defender is in front of him.  White is a walking mismatch, constantly making the opposition pay in a bevy of ways, and as that potential continues to turn into production, there’s no reason why White shouldn’t be considered a top 150 kind of prospect nationally. 

#39 6’1 2022 Mike Best Jr (Wayne Country Day School)

Mike Best proved to everybody in attendance that he should be viewed as a division one level prospect with his ability to make plays for himself and teammates on a really consistent basis.  To go with his prowess on the offensive end, Best does an awesome job locking in and defending the ball on the defensive end, using his physical gifts and great instincts to make life difficult for the opposition.  Now that Best has transferred to Wayne Country Day and Reclassified to the 2022 class, he should start to really pick up traction in his recruiting over the next 12-18 months.  There’s simply no reason why he wouldn’t.