2024 Zion Walker (TBS): Walker just seems like his game has taken another level in what he is showing on the court, as he had another outstanding performance with 31 points.  Walker just screams toughness and competitiveness on the court; his ability to get downhill and force players to foul or with him finishing is big time.  He is also a tremendous leader, rugged, a tremendous two-way prospect, and just simply finds ways to produce on the court. What a showing from the junior guard.

2023 Cam Brewer (Blue Ridge): The senior guard was big in this game, ultimately hitting the game-winner for his team.  Brewer came in known for his shooting capability, and he showed that with a smooth confident shot from outside. But he was also tremendous in helping run the show, be aggressive and get to the line, and also make plays for his teammates.  Very balanced showing from the senior guard.

2024 Shanon Simango (Blue Ridge):  Simango might have not been the biggest spotlight on the floor but when you look at his production and statline, the 6’7 forward finished with 17 points and nine rebounds. Simango just seems to find ways to be productive, whether it is battling and being physical in the paint, attacking the boards, or moving without the ball to find opportunities. Simango moves well for his size and is that big, physical forward that you love having down low, bruising up opponents.

2023 CJ McPherson (Catholic): McPherson had to step up for his team and that he did, helping make plays in a variety of ways.  The 6’3, sturdy guard play strong and stayed aggressive throughout the game, using his strength to finish through defenders but also knocking down shots.  He also had to elevate his play on the boards, which is what he did for his team.  McPherson filled up the stat sheet to lead his team on Day 3.

2023 Jordan Marsh (Moravian Prep): Marsh finds his name on the list again… This is simply a senior guard that should be getting the attention of so many with his play and it looks like he is on a mission to do so. Filling up the stat sheet, showing how electric he can be with the ball in his hands, and his ability to get by defenders to score.  Another great showing from him, as he has been consistent throughout the entire event.

2023 Isaiah Coleman (Word of God): Coleman came out strong and eventually hit the game-winning bucket in the end. Coleman did a great job in showing his ability to be a scorer from the perimeter but also get to his spots with his mid-range pull-up or get to the basket. A multi-level scorer with good athleticism, the ability to create, and defend multiple positions.

2023 Carter Lang (STAB): The Vanderbilt commit was impressive, racking up a double-double with 16 points and 15 rebounds.  He was a force all around the basket and on the boards, carving out space, bouncing opponents off, and showing how strong he can be in getting the ball.  But he also displayed great footwork and touch offensively, finishing around the basket, embracing contact, and also event stepping out a few times.

2023 Tomir Moore (Kinston): Moore was the go-to player for his team, finding ways to score the ball effectively, knock down shots with tremendous range and a quick release, and displaying a ton of confidence.  He was the go-to scorer for his team throughout, as he filled it up to end what was a great day of basketball.

2025 Mason Dobie (First Flight): The Dobie brothers were at it again, with both of them knocking down shots. But it was Mason that stepped up big for his team, playing well in getting to his spots and showcasing his quick release from outside, but also making plays off the dribble. 

2023 Eli Hawk (First Flight): Hawk has had back-to-back strong showings on the floor, as the 6’6 forward continues to be such a physical force around the basket.  His ability to battle through defenders and finish through contact, bring a football-like mentality to the court, and showing how strong he can be in grabbing boards have been impressive.