6’2 2019 Travion McCray: Village Christian Academy

McCray is an absolute junkyard dawg that always plays with a high level of energy, toughness, and just general tenacity.  He shoots the ball well from distance and always has his head up looking where to move the ball as a true floor general.  He simply gets after it on the defensive end, taking pride in locking up whomever he matches up with on that given night.  He’s a special player that holds offers from Radford, Longwood, and a few others.

6’1 2019 JC Tharrington: Charlotte Christian (App State Commit)

Tharrington was sensational in this one, knocking down perimeter shots, and weaving through the defense effortlessly, finding his guys for good looks.  The kid simply knows how to play the game the right way, he isn’t going to wow you athletically, but after watching a full game of his, you will really appreciate what he brings to the table as a prospect.  Between JC, and his close friend Donovan Gregory, App State fans have a lot to be excited about in the coming years.

6’5 2019 Paul Hudson: Charlotte Christian (Dartmouth Commit)

Hudson was sensational in this one, doing all of the little things that can turn a loss into a win.  He can truly play 4 positions at the high school level, and probably 3 in the Ivy league with his willingness to play on the block when needed or step out and shoot a jumper.  He’s comfortable in a multitude of different spots on the court and that should lead to a ton of success at Dartmouth.

6’2 2019 Jackson Gammons: Calvary Day (Citadel Commit)

Gammons was excellent in this contest, particularly in the 2nd half where he was doing absolutely everything to keep his Calvary squad in the game against Cannon.  He’s incredibly slippery when attacking the rim, just finding a way to create just enough space needed to finish at the cup in traffic.  He shot the ball fairly well, but what I love about Gammons the most is his natural leadership abilities, he’s built to be THE guy at whatever school he goes to, and shouldn’t have any issues translating his game to the next level.

6’3 2021 Jarvis Moss: Cannon School

Moss is one of the top marksman in the State of North Carolina, showcasing deep range off the catch, and the ability to put it on the deck to pull up in the mid-range.  He will excel playing with Jaden Bradley and DJ Nix due to Bradley’s ability to find him, and Nix demanding so much attention on the block.  He was arguably the best player on the floor for Cannon School and should continue to see his stock rise as he plays on a big stage with his incredibly talented Cannon squad.

6’6 2022 DJ Nix: Cannon School

Nix was sensational yet again in this one, finishing his takes at the cup, protecting the rim, and utilizing mismatches whenever he sees fit.  He’s been incredibly productive which is unusual for Freshman bigs, but his transition to high school ball has been seamless as he should average a double double the rest of the season. He will end up as a top 10 freshman in the State of North Carolina if he continues to improve, I don’t see any reason why he wouldn’t.