2023 Josh Bullock (Lake Norman Christian): Bullock may have had the performance of the day on Day 4, as he went off for 31 points in the in today.  His stock seems to be rising, as he has really elevated his play as a point guard.  His poise, his strength, his mentality on the floor… all make him very intriguing and when you add his offensive scoring output that he showed, Bullock is really making himself a name. He scored in a variety of ways, excelled, and finished in transition, as well as knocked down shots.

2022 Karon Boyd (Cannon): Boyd continues to post impressive numbers, being a terrific leader by example and playing with a physical feel on the court.  This young man just seems to be everywhere on the court making plays; active on the boards, finishing strong, showing his ability to play multiple positions, and just being effective while on the floor.

2024 Jahseem Felton (Gaston Christian): Felton came up big for his team in a huge win for the program. Felton was able to operate in a variety of ways, whether it was getting to his spots to elevate over defenders and knock down shots or continue to use his size effectively to finish and get downhill.  It was a team effort but Felton really helped lead the charge and made some big plays in the game.

2023 Truman Claytor (Word of God): Claytor finished the game with 16 points for his team.  He continues to be that player that isn’t flashy but extremely productive on the floor.  He doesn’t need to be the focal point for a team but he steps up in the right moments, can create for himself, and also is a fluid shooter from multiple levels. 

2023 Isaiah Coleman (National Christian): First time seeing Coleman in action and boy, were we impressed with his skill set and what he was able to do.  He made so many plays on the floor, including several grown man buckets, creating off the dribble, finishing well over defenders from all levels, and just being a threat all over the court.  Love his scoring threat and his size and it is easy to see why schools are coming hard for him.

2022 Tekao Carpenter (National Christian): Carpenter played big for his team and he was off in his ability to get his shots off the catch or dribble, displaying his tremendous jumper from all levels.  He had his pull-up game working for most of the game, and was able to also get to the basket when defenders got out on his shot.  Really strong showing for the senior guard and should have caught some eyes his way.

2023 Hamilton Campbell (Moravian Prep): Hamilton is one of those guys that you just love to watch, as he brings a ton of energy, plays so hard on both ends, is one of the heart and souls of this team, and is such a playmaker on the court.  Love his vision and feel to find his teammates, setting them up extremely well, and willing to make that extra pass for a better shot.  He showed that, as well as knocking down some key shots, as he picked up an offer shortly after the game.

2023 Mayar Wol (Moravian Prep): From seeing Wol a while back to where he is today, you have to love the steps that he has taken in his development, really expanding his game out.  His versatility it tough to go against, especially with his ability to operate from three, his length and hustle on the boards, his athleticism and feel at 6’8, and his ability to defend multiple positions.

2022 Chance Morrow (West Charlotte): The football commit came up big when his team needed him too, making timely plays and timely baskets.  Love his ability to impact the game in an array of ways, battling down low, displaying great athleticism, quick reactions and putbacks, and stepping out.  He was also able to help seal the win from the line for his team.