2020 6’5 Kenny Gwynn (Carmel Christian)
One of the most productive players on this team, Gwynn can have an impact in an array of ways. On the defensive end, he can guard multiple positions on the floor and rebounds with the best of them with his athleticism and strength. On the offensive end, he is that combo guard that is strong with the ball, uses his physicality to his advantage, and plays with poise on the floor. He is that do-it-all type player that can take over a game when called upon.
2022 6’6 DJ Nix (Cannon)
This may have been one of the best games that we have seen Nix play. He was incredibly effective on the floor and one can see that he has worked really hard on his outside game. He ran the floor well, found his spots and played incredibly hard with a nice blend of quickness and size. Nix also finds the openings in transition to score easy points as well.
2021 6’5 Bryce Harris (Greensboro Day)
Harris is the ultimate glue, energy type player that has seemingly found his role with the Bengals. Harris is a leader, a go-to scorer down low in the paint with his physicality, and is vocal on the floor. He rebounds the ball incredibly well and strong with two hands and leads the break as well. Harris’ versatility in roles for this team is critical.
2022 6’3 Jaden Bradley (Cannon)
Bradley simply showed why everyone would label him as a future pro; he couldn’t be stopped, especially in the second half. He was incredible in the open court, showcased his tremendous vision and touch, and simply was the best play on the court with the ball in his hands. He played incredibly smooth and easy-going but finished around the rim with such touch.
2020 6’3 Cam Hayes (Greensboro Day/ NC State commit)
Hayes had one of his best offensive outings that we have seen and of course, came up big in the end with the game-winning three. His ability to create off the dribble, get to the lane, as well as rise up over defenders was impressive. He played under control and picked his spots, on his way to 26 points in the win.
2021 6’3 Darrius Davis (Moravian Prep)
Davis was a difference-maker for Moravian, as he provided that “secondary” scoring threat for his team, pushing the ball in transition and finishing strong around the rim (something we have said multiple times before). Davis has great instincts on the floor and is that ultimate team-guy that simply gets a team wins.
2020 6’8 Josh Hall (Moravian Prep)
Hall was on the attack and showing that once he is locked in, there weren’t too many that could stop him. With his length, floor coverage, and craftiness to get by defenders and get to the rim is something special. We already know he can be an absolute difference maker with his outside game but he was in attack mode all night long.
2022 6’6 Jalen Hood-Schifino (Combine)
Despite getting in a little foul trouble, the young guard continued to play well from last week. He played with patience on the floor, stayed in attack-mode, and was able to get to the paint. It was a tough night overall but he played sold tonight for his team.