2022 7’0 Christian Reeves (Charlotte NETS-Jones 2020): The youngest player on the team but there is a lot of promise to Reeves’ game. Yes, he has the height at 7’0 but you have to also like his growing skillset in the post. He can square up to the basket but also show touch by going over his shoulder to score. Also, a big-time difference-maker down low in the paint.
2022 6’0 Walker Andrews (VA Premier 17u): Andrews displayed that he can be a consistent knockdown shooter. Spotting up around the perimeter and finding his shot in rhythm, he did it time and time again. He also showed a nice one-dribble mid-range jumper on occasions. Just has a smooth, confident release as a shooter.
2022 6’2 Jordan Crawford (Team Charlotte 16u): Crawford gave us a glimpse of his game last year at North Meck but now he is showing his full arsenal on the court. There is no doubt about it though, he can light it up from the perimeter and showed that knocking down three after three in his early outing.
2021 6’5 Michael Dudley (Team Charlotte 17u): For the second day in a row, he has caught the attention of many. He gets after it on both ends, slashing and getting out in transition, showing his athleticism on the floor but also making plays on the defensive end. Scored inside and out on his way to 17 points in Game 1 on Day 2.
2021 6’6 Ben Burnham (Team Charlotte 17u): Burnham is a smooth operator on the floor. He ability to create off one or two dribbles is tough handle. And the way he attacks with showing his bounce, his mid-range, and ability to knock down the perimeter shot is hard to stop at times.
2021 6’4 Jarvis Moss (PSB Charlotte 17u Rise McCarthy): Moss is really showing that there is more to his game on the floor. He can play both the 1 or 2 position, but can operate on multiple levels of the court. Finishing strong with contact as well as his outside game, Moss is starting to give us a lot more to his game.