Today’s 6 to Know
Day 1 Phenom’s 3G Showcase

6’4” 2020 Lemario Wilkerson
NC Empire Go Hard
Wilkerson is a name that college coaches will soon get to know. The explosive lefty has a complete game from the guard position. He has great pace as a secondary ball handler, explosion at the rim (numerous dunks in traffic) and a smooth jump shot that was consistent from the mid-range. Mid level colleges need to make it a point to see in him July

5’11” 2020 Wesley Case
Flight 22 Robinson – 16s
Case has so many facets to his game that stand out. First you notice his vision and ability to see the floor. He threw passes all over the yard today. Then you see him blow by his man and rise up and you see he is an explosive point guard. He plays with a non-stop motor and is a very good point of attack defender. This one will be interesting to watch as he progresses, great day.

6’ 2023 Treymane Parker
Flight 22 Elite 13s
It is rare to tell a lot of times how good a seventh grader will be. However, the ones you know, it is very easy. Parker is one of those who just has “it”. With the likes of Eric Maynor and Dennis Smith Jr acting as recent NBA point guards from Fayetteville, many can look at Parker as the next big name PG coming out of the city. He is explosive, he has great pace, excellent vision and a smooth stroke with deep range. He is a national level guy, mark his name down now.

5’11” 2021 Jaquante Harris
Taking it by Force 15s
Harris is a winner, a productive player who just gets it done. He is a strong, tough player who straps up on defense. He is a great rebounder and plays with a great pace on the ball. With his length and natural quick twitch explosion he will always be a productive player. Love watching him play, put him in your SIM card and know you’ll get a winner.

6’2” 2020 JaJuan Carr
WBC Elite 17s
Playing up, I am not even sure Carr realizes how good he is. He is a complete point guard, starting with having a big strong frame. He plays with a great pace and has a jet-quick first step. Carr shoots the ball well, he defends/rebounds and he can go up over you. Another one that mid to high level coaches need to watch closely in July.

6’ 2020 Manny Alverado
Hoop State Elite – Rexrode
There is something incredibly smooth about Alverado’s game. He gets where he wants off the bounce, knows his spots and he makes plays for himself and others. Alverado is a tough defender, but offensively he is a force who never gets rattled against any opponent. Another who come July offers should start coming in.