2020 6’5 Kam Edwards (Liberty Heights)
He had a solid outing on Day 1 and continued that outside shooting once again on Day 2. He plays a nice compliment to this team and really puts the pressure on defenses to respect his outside game. Against Freedom Christian, he made them pay, hitting x 3-pointers in the win. He has the confidence from outside, plays under control, and is coachable; he makes his team better on the floor.
2020 6’7 Dominique Davidson (Liberty Heights)
A worker on the floor… that is the best way to describe him on the floor. The physical power forward carves out space and there aren’t too many players that will outwork him on the floor. He uses his body very well (he should, with his football-size frame) and really attacks the boards. Also, have to like his ability to sit and defend as well as his motor.
2020 6’5 Jaden Scrivens (Fayetteville Christian)
Scrivens is a strong-bodied, physical prospect that puts in the dirty work. He is a two-way player that is super productive on both ends of the floor. He also brings explosiveness to the table… all that adds up to a double-double type prospect that screams production. He showed that on his way to 22 points on Day 2.
2021 6’3 Jaden Cooper (Wayne Country Day)
Cooper is a guard on the rise in the class of 2021 in North Carolina. He showed great feel and composure on the court, as well as craftiness when out in transition and finishing. He scored on multiple levels on Day 2 but also did the little things such as rebound the ball well (8 rebounds) and create havoc defensively (6 steals).
2022 5’10 Cam Oates (Trinity Christian)
We wrote about Oates not long ago and he continues to prove doubters wrong. Oates is just an absolute tough-nosed player on the court. He defends and gets into opponents’ heads, as he looks to do the dirty work for his team. Today though, he showcased his offensive game, going 4-for-8 from the floor, 6-for-8 from the line, and knocked in two 3-pointers. He simply did it all, including help seal the win for Trinity.
2021 6’3 Terquavion Smith (Farmville Central)
Smith had the performance of the event, putting one of the most efficient 40-point games that we have seen in some time. He proved himself as a big-time prospect with a blend of athleticism and shooting, scoring however he wanted. He finished the night 16-for-21 from the floor, 6-for-6 from the free-throw line, and knocking down a couple of 3-pointers. He did it all with a blend of speed, athleticism, and IQ.
2020 6’2 Justin Wright (Farmville Central)
Wright is an absolute beast at the point guard spot. His handles are absolutely tremendous, carving in and out of defenders with tight moves as well as great body control. He has a strong lower body and uses that to his advantage when finishing strong around the rim. The game seems to slow down for this young man and his ability to weave in and out of defenders was impressive.
2022 6’6 Jalen Hood-Schifino (Combine Academy)
Schifiino plays like an experienced veteran on the floor and a true floor general. Over the last month, we have seen this young man elevate his play and play multiple styles. Today, he was a distributor as well as a point guard that played with poise in finding the small openings to score. Has nice touch on his shot.
2020 6’10 Isaiah Cottrell (Huntington Prep)
This young man is going to be a treat at West Virginia. Love his size and fluidity on the floor. Cottrell is a team-first type of guy, that plays hard on all positions and really can be a mismatch all over the floor. His ability in transition, perimeter game,