James Wilkins has Calvary Day Clicking on all Cylinders 

6’1 2022 Guard James Wilkins is the catalyst behind this Calvary Day offense and he’s surrounded by a unique set of wings/bigs that make this team a tough cover. 6’4 2021 Zech Gibson and 6’8 2022 Charles McClenahan provide inside/outside scoring punches and work well within the offense. Wilkins can impress you with his scoring or passing ability while maintaining control of the game at all times.  Expect this Calvary Day team to get better throughout the season and the recruitment for Wilkins, Gibson, and McClenahan continue to pick up.

Jordan Yarrell and John Paul Catholic

This John Paul Catholic squad is loaded with shooters and scrappy defenders, but Jordan Yarrell continues to show why he’s the best prospect among the bunch. The 6’4 2020 guard is a versatile backcourt piece with his ability to make shots off the catch or dribble while also possessing good vision and passing ability. He’s a scholarship worthy prospect that will be tasked with leading this team over the course of the season. 

Shane Peterson Simply Produces

6’0 2021 Shane Peterson of Western Alamance continues to produce in every setting regardless of the opposition. He’s a lethal spot up shooter that possesses the ability to attack closeouts and get to the rim, and finishing with a high level of efficiency. He defends the ball really well and is surrounded by contributors like 6’2 2020 Jackson Dobson and 6’2 2020 Jacob Price who will be key pieces for this squad throughout the season.

Piedmont Classical’s Starting Five Is Special

When this Piedmont Classical team is lining up for the tip you don’t know which of the five guys on the court will be the one to beat you. 6’0 2021 Jamarii Thomas, 6’5 2020 Trent McIntyre, 6’5 2022 Amare Miller, 6’5 2020 Jalen King Joiner, and 6’8 2020 Evan Joyner all provide a unique two way punch that will allow this team to exploit mis-matches at both ends of the court. Jamarii runs the team and is essentially unguardable when knocking down his outside jumpers. McIntyre provides a secondary ball handler and a viable 3 level scoring option. King Joiner is an above the rim wing with ball stopping ability on the defensive end. Miller is a crafty bucket getter that can operate all over the floor. With big Evan Joyner anchoring the middle, protecting the rim, getting out in transition for huge dunks, and possessing touch from beyond the arc, this team is loaded with talent and should be a fun group to watch all season long.