5’11 ’22 Jordan Marsh (PSB Larkin)
There’s an abundance of talent within the PSB Larkin squad, and Marsh is as valuable as anyone. At this point, he’s probably underrated within the bigger scheme of things. Marsh is a sharp ball-handler and playmaker with an excellent penetration sense. He’s smart, athletic, and displays nice balance as a two-way floor general. Marsh is a quality defender and excellent in the open floor, especially with the ball in his hands.
6’7 ’23 Sean Cusano (Team Rogue)
Although they are an extremely balanced group, Cusano continually found ways to stand out as a leader by example. Despite being one of the younger prospects on the roster, he displayed excellent IQ, polish, and skill level for his size/position. Cusano is a reliable shooter, passer, and threat with or without the ball, which makes him a fairly difficult matchup for most opponents. He should have a very productive upcoming junior season.
6’4 ’21 Chas Stinson (Team United)
In terms of sheer production, it would be impossible to ignore everything Stinson does for this group. He’s long, wiry, and displays nice versatility on both ends of the floor. Stinson can score effectively from all levels, operate without the ball, and make his presence consistently felt as a defender and rebounder. He makes a strong impact in transition and is capable of expanding his production based on team need.
6’0 ’21 Brock Bowen (CC Elite)
The discussion of top shooting threat in the state should certainly involve Bowen, considering he might be the most reliable spot-up threat in North Carolina. He’s an extremely reliable off-ball piece but has also shown clear leadership abilities with this group. Bowen has handled the ball, created for others, and still applied his normal amount of pressure from beyond the arc. There are a ton of programs in need of his services.
6’3 ’22 KC Shaw (PSB Lowery)
There were a lot of productive pieces in this contest, but it would be impossible to ignore the nonstop scoring from Shaw. He consistently found ways to involved himself in the offensive flow without forcing the action. Shaw applies pressure from all levels and in transition, which forces the opposition to remain on their toes at all times. He’s smart, crafty, and able to create his own shot or set up others, both with relative ease.
6’7 ’22 Jemez Herd (Rod Howard Select)
Easily one of the more confusing recruiting situations in the state, Herd should already have a slew of scholarship offers. Between his feel, physical tools, and inside-out skillset, he has obvious appeal at the next level. Herd is a long, athletic wing/forward prospect with cutting instincts and the ability to create shots for himself or others. He’s a useful rebounder, rangy defender, and makes a consistent impact in transition.
6’1 ’23 Caleb Senyo (NLPB)
Though it should come as no surprise, Senyo continues to showcase his abilities as an unselfish, team-first mentality as a floor general. He’s a smart, heady point guard prospect with excellent vision, scoring prowess, and an understanding of how to utilize his body to carve out space. He makes quality decisions with the ball in his hands, but can also apply nice scoring pressure alongside another primary ball-handler. Senyo continues to highlight steady improvements within his game.