2025 Zion Williamson (Elite 1 2025): Williamson is a young but lengthy prospect, that has a natural feel on the floor, brings a ton of versatility with his game, can operate on several levels, and create for himself off the dribble. Had a strong showing to start his day at the Jamboree Bash.
2025 Kyri Wilson (Mooresville JV): Wilson really showed a balanced attack on the floor. With his ability to create and penetrate the defense, score around the basket, but also find his teammates and create opportunities for them and open shots.
2022 KC Shaw (Mooresville): I’m going to tell you now… Shaw is going to see an uptick in his recruitment with what he provides on the floor and is going to have a big year for his team. Shaw is absolutely relentless on the floor, scoring in a variety of ways, getting his hands on everything, attacking the boards, and just outworking everyone on the floor. Love his athleticism and skill set he plays with.
2024 Isaiah Evans (North Meck): It is easy to see… Evans looks to be a future star in the state of North Carolina. With his 6’6 long frame and his mentality on the floor, Evans showcased that ability to get a bucket whenever and wherever he needed to, rising over defenders with confidence. It just comes to him naturally and as he continues to develop and gain strength, watch out!
2024 Iverson King (Forsyth Country Day): King is a very intriguing talent to watch with his tremendous frame, his skill set, and his ability to impact the game in an array of ways. He displays tremendous confidence with his jumper, knocking down shots from multiple levels, but also finishing over defenders well. Also liked his ability to get back on defense and block a few shots; shows some good bounce in his game.
2023 Nick Dorn (JL Chambers): The development and levels that this young man has taken in his game can easily be seen. Continues to improve his overall feel on the floor, get stronger with the ball, and is quickly becoming one of the top shooters in the state for his class. He filled it up with a confident jumper but also mixed it up well on the court.
2022 David Dixon (Speights Academy): First time seeing this young man in action and liked what I saw. Loved his activity level on the floor, as the 6’8 forward plays with a strong feel down low in the paint, has good low-post moves, finishes strong around the rim, and has a tremendous motor. He is an absolute workhorse on the court.
2022 Antoine Piper (JL Chambers): After battling an injury in the first game, Piper came back strong and showed of big of a piece he can be for this team. With his physical strength and bully mentality against opponents, Piper can really score well through defenders and get to spots that he wants; as well as help on the boards. Finished with a double-double in Game 2.
2022 De’Ante Green (Asheville Christian): We got a chance to see what Green provides for this team and boy does he make a difference. But that is not surprising with his skill set, his diverse scoring ability, his threat from outside, and his ability to impact the paint on both ends of the floor. It has been a joy to watch him play and it is exciting to see him back for one more year.
2022 Daniel Sanford (JL Chambers): With Sanford fully healthy and rolling for this team, he just brings a different dynamic to this team. With his ability to play so physical, battle through and around opponents, run the floor and finish at the rim, continue to show his expanding game, and his defensive presence… it is just a different team.