2021 6’7 Toby Harris (Carolina Flyers): Harris continues his stellar play this summer, showing he simply produces and coaches need to start taking serious notice of this young man’s game. Blend of IQ, size, bounce, and perimeter shooting.
2021 6’2 Collin Himmelberg (Carolina Flyers): Continues to show that he can produce in multiple areas. His ability to spot up and knock down shots or attack off the dribble, Himmelberg continues to put points on the board and produce. He showed that just a few weeks ago when he averaged nearly 18ppg.
2022 6’7 Davis Molnar (Mint Hill Lakers): Molnar is a prospect I believe should be recruited heavier than he is. A 6’7 prospect that impacts the game in several ways, whether it is scoring, rebounding or showing off his vision in transition or in the half-court. You can plug him in at several positions and find ways to use him.
2021 6’1 Cedric Patterson (Mint Hill Lakers): Patterson is a smaller guard but has exceptional footwork and speed. Changes directions well, showcases his speed in transition, and attacks when the opportunity is there. Early on, he scored from the perimeter and attacking the rim, while also getting to the line. Also, like his ability to aggressively defend.
2022 6’8 Asa White (Garner Road 3SSB 2022): Was one of the better showings that I’ve seen with him. He used his 6’8 frame extremely well, attacking the glass and his opponents off the dribble, using his versatility to create matchup issues, and active around the rim.
2022 6’3 Silas Demary (Raleigh’s Finest 2022): Demary was almost unstoppable on his way to 31 points in a loss. But he did everything he could, scoring on all levels of the floor, creating fouls and getting defenders off their feet. Demary is simply wired to score and has the ability to create off the dribble incredibly well. He simply did it all on the court and certainly needs to be looked at and a boost in the rankings.