2022 6’0 Sean Whitted (East Chapel HS)

Showing off a nice feel as a lead guard, Whitted initiated the offense, push the ball when the opportunities were there and used his quick footwork to get by defenders and get to the rim or show off his vision and distribute to an open teammate.

2022 6’4 Nolan Hodge (Northern Guilford)

The young versatile forward is still working on his frame but has a skill set that allows him to play inside and out.  Hodge showcased quick-twitch instincts on both sides of the floor, moved very well with his movement on both ends, and showcased that he can step out and be a threat from outside.  Only at 6’4, he plays longer than listed.

2021 6’5 Cameron Sims (JF Webb HS)

Oates brings physicality to the floor immediately but moves very well on the floor, inside and out.  He makes those extra effort plays around the rim and can really bully himself to the basket.  Really liked his effort on both sides and uses his size to his advantage.  He will just have to continue to work on finishing consistently.

2021 6’5 Aaron Oates (Northside HS)

Talk about extra effort plays, Oates did just that at the camp early on.  He plays multiple positions on the floor, runs the floor with a great motor, and shows that he can knock down the outside shot.  He was always around the basketball at the camp.

2020 6’3 Austin Locklear (Cape Fear Christian Academy)

Immediately stepping on the floor, Austin brings incredible energy and motor.  He prides himself on his movement and defensive footwork, creating turnovers and hounding defenders.  He brings that same energy on offense when he attacks the rim.

2023 6’2 Bryce Cash (Charlotte Christian)

Cash is incredibly built and has an attacking mentality to his game.  Already sporting a mature frame, he understands how to use it to his advantage but also plays like a much more experienced player than a freshman.  He is able to get downhill when he wants and plays really smart on the floor.