2021 Omari Bolden (Team B.O.N.D.): Bolden just continues to be an impressive scorer on the court. He can shoot well from beyond the arc but also create opportunities for himself off the dribble and attacking the rack. He has a strong build and offers a nice balance on the court offensively. Really enjoyed how he got downhill consistently.
2022 6’10 Corneilous Williams (TLBA 2021): Williams just continues to be a prospect that college coaches will want to track really hard and more will offer. Really think high-major offers will start coming his way with his versatility and quickness as a forward. Putting in the work every day to get better as well.
2021 6’4 RJ Felton (Big Shots SC 17u Premier): Felton was an absolute beast and could have had more if he converted on a few more easy buckets. But he finished with 24, plays with tremendous energy, and simply physically outplays his opponents time after time. There wasn’t anyone that was stopping him from getting to the rim on Day 2.
2022 6’2 Evan Ashe (Raleigh’s Finest 2022): Ashe might have left the biggest impression on us on Day 2 with thunderous dunk after thunderous dunk. Putting defenders on posters, finishing strong at the rim, and continuing to get out in transition and get downhill, Ashe looked to have something on his mind and something to prove late on Day 2.
2021 6’4 Myles Jenkins (LMR Basketball): Jenkins automatically brings a physical presence to the court with his strength. He is an effective defender but also showed that he can score the ball with his jumper and at the rim. He has a college ready body and programs should be taking more notice, as he plays smart on the court.
2021 6’2 Austin Johnson (Team Swish): Johnson certainly was productive on both outings on Day 2. He is a wiry type of guard but he simply shows a tremendous motor, good IQ, and scores effectively from all three levels.