2023 Isaiah Sy (Combine): Sy is an intriguing prospect with his 6’7 frame and ability to make plays from a variety of levels. He showed consistently his ability to pull-up from a variety of levels, stretching the defense and showing his confidence in his release, but also was able to use his mobility and size to attack the basket and make plays as well.
2027 Donyeh Baird (Team Loyal): It was good to see the young man back in action on Day 2, and Baird did a great job of not settling and being aggressive in attacking the defense and basket. Baird brings good size to the table already, and he made it look effortless in getting to the basket. Time after time, he was able to finish tough around the basket, create for himself, and showcase his strong feel as a young prospect.
2026 Cameron Newman (Team Charlotte): Really like the feel that Newman plays with on the court. A veteran presence that is a leader with the ball in his hands, Newman brings a nice balance of scoring power, vision and court awareness, and IQ. He has been regarded as one of the top players in the state for his team, and he continues to show why with his game. Natural feel as a point guard but has also continued to develop nicely.
2026 LJ Rush (1of1): Rush can be one of those electric players that you love to see on the court. His speed and quickness on the court are elite, as there aren’t many defenders that can stay in front of him. Rush uses that very well in being able to create off the dribble, get paint touches, and also find ways to get to the rim. But he mixes it up well in sharing the ball, finding open teammates as well. The 2026 prospect brings a lot of excitement to the table.
2024 Armani Henderson (Team EAT): Henderson was tremendous with his play and really kept his team in the game when watching him. Time after time Henderson was making plays off the bounce, getting into the defense, and showing his ability to finish over defenders with a soft touch. But he also created space for his shot and showed good range in his game. Henderson was dynamic and did everything he could do for his team, filling it up for 26 points to start Day 2.
2024 Tyler Showalter (BSA Supreme): BSA has always been a team that produces and competes, and Showalter was one of the catalyst today for his team. The 6’6 prospect had a very good showing in his ability to consistently knockdown shots as well as get to the rim and finish. Really like his ability to stretch the floor, make good decisions and passes, and use his size to his advantage.
2024 Miles Beard (Team Charlotte): Beard stepped up big on Day 2 to help his team secure the hard-fought victory. After a slow start, he really started to come along in the second half, scoring all but two of his points. Beard is the definition of tough, as he continues to find ways to get his shot, score around defenders, finish through contact, and can hit big shots as well.
2024 Jayden Pretty (Carolina Pressure): Overall, the Carolina Pressure program is one that should have the attention of college coaches; they are a tough, competitive group. Pretty is one of the clear leaders and go-to prospects for this team, as he uses his big frame to carve out space, embrace and finish through contact, or find ways to get to the line. He also can be tough to stop on the boards as well.