6'8 '19 Ryan Bonnett
Interest: Saint Joseph's University, St. Louis, University of Charleston, Army, Lehigh, Wofford,
Dartmouth, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, University of Tampa, NYIT, LIU Post
Pioneers, Erskine College, Hillsdale College
Bonnett comes out with great length and size. He has great hands on the block and really shows
an understanding of angles and using his hips to create space. He has touch with either hand,
which pairs nicely with his high academics (GPA 4.2, ACT 32 and a SAT 1370 score). Albeit
skinny, he is productive and one who projects well moving forward (especially after getting in a
college weight program). Bonnett has nice touch from the inside and outside.

6'8 '19 Tony Hauser
Interest: East Carolina, NYIT
Oh what a difference one year makes, as this young man has grown tremendously in that span,
becoming a true low post threat on the block. Northside Christian looked to establish Hauser
early within the offense. Hauser showed patience and high intangibles on the block throughout
the event. Hauser has always had nice touch and raw ability, but the rising senior has secured a
post package now. He could be a complete game changer this season. Hauser continues to impact
the defensive side, along with blocking shots and battling on the glass.

6'4 '19 Quinten Thomas
Interest: VCU, WCU, ECU, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, Boston University, and
University of Pennsylvania
Thomas is such a great athlete in terms of structure and physical attributes. He passes the look
test for anyone that knows basketball. He plays with a high motor and exerts a ton of effort on a
game-to-game basis. For a guard, he gets down in the paint and comes up with rebounds pretty
frequently. On the offensive end, he thrives attacking off the dribble and finishing above the rim.
Coaches need to keep an eye on him. Thomas has good size and great length for his position. His
clear explosion and toughness allow him to play bigger than his listed size. He shown the ability
to shoot the ball consistently from midrange and will attack the basket for a number of
thunderous dunks. He wins a lot of 50-50 balls throughout a game and wants to guard the
opposing teams top player. Thomas has a winning attitude.

6'6 '19 Tyler Harris
Interest: WCU, ECU, VCU, University of Pennsylvania
Harris gives good effort and he has the right attitude for the game. He's an excellent team player
that is able to take criticism and improve. Harris plays good defense on and off-ball. Has pretty
good footwork, which allows him to make some really heady plays on both sides of the ball. He
needs to play more and work on his ball handling skills. That will allow him to be more effective
on offense.

6'6 '19 Dillon Harrison
Interest: ECU, Northwest Nazarene University
Harrison is a supremely talented athlete who carries a high basketball IQ. He has a complete
game that allows him to play all five positions at the high school level. He shoots the ball really
well from the perimeter, including an array of deep three-pointers and shots in the midrange.
Harrison's ball-handling skills are nice and he showcases some great passing skills.

6'5 '19 Tre'von Barnes
Interest: University of Pennsylvania, Johnson and Wales
Barnes is a bully, simply put. He's strong, athletic, and plays both ends of the floor with a very
high motor. Offensively, Barnes is able to take his man on the wing, set up from the high post
and put his back to the basket. Defensively, he has long arms with sneaky good feet. He won't
pass your look test, but more times than not his team will win. Barnes will be a central factor and
has the ability to put up a double-double with relative ease.

6'0 '19 Jalen Jones
Interest: University of Pennsylvania, NYIT
Jones does well in transition, running the floor and finding his open spot on fast-breaks. He
keeps his head up when pushing the ball up the floor and has a good court sense-vision
combination. His shot looks good and is fairly accurate in catch and shoot situations, given his
quick release. As Jones continues to work on shooting off the bounce, his game will continue to
grow. He also starts as the varsity quarterback for Hopewell.

5'10 '19 Lloyd Latta
Interest: Delta State
Latta has a lot of ball skills that you just can't teach. He does a good job of anticipating passing
lanes and forcing teams in to a lot of turnovers. Latta is also quite solid on the offensive end,
where he's shown flashes of being a very crafty scorer. We'd like to see him shore up his ball
handling skills but overall he's a game changer when he is on the floor. Latta is a tough two-way
guard prospect.