2023 Cole Callaway (Carolina Riptide): Callaway continues to be one of the leaders for his team, being an effective scorer from deep but also adding more depth to his game, especially with his ability to create more for himself and get to the basket. Callaway also impressed with how he battled on the boards, not being afraid to mix it up and securing 11 boards in the win on Day 2.

2025 Tre McKinnon (Carolina Riptide): McKinnon was something special and the flashes that he gave us on his way to 23 points were quite impressive. At 6’5, he is long and athletic, really showing his ability to put it on the deck once out in transition and get to the basket, exploding off the floor and finishing with power. But you can see that he has more he could add to his game, but he was strong in getting downhill and hit a few big threes as well.

2023 Addison Archer (1of1): One of the best games we have seen him play so far, Archer did a little bit of everything. He has really continued to improve his outside feel, whether it is being able to knock down shots from mid-range or from three; really showing confidence in that part of his game. Add that to his athleticism, his ability to run the floor, and finish around the basket, as well as be a presence on the defensive end, Archer was extremely impressive on Day 2.

2024 Jai’Son Williams (Juice All-Stars): Williams has been terrific in showing his ability to produce. The combo guard, continues to score in a variety of ways, getting downhill and creating, but also pulling up and showing his range. He has been consistent throughout the week so far with his offensive game.

2023 Kenan Parrish (Durham Hurricanes): The 6’11 big man has really made strides in his game and there would be no surprise if he walked away on several college coaches’ radar and maybe an offer or two. But with a player at his size, his touch, his activity level, and his development over the last year, there is a lot to like for one of the more underrated big men in the state of NC.