2022 6’3 Ryan Roberts (The Burlington School)
Already coming in watching Roberts from the summer, we knew a lot about his game. He is known to light it up on the score sheet, knocking down his outside shot but you have to equally be impressed with his confident handles and ability to set up defenders as well as his teammates.
2021 6’4 Isaiah Moore (Ben L. Smith HS)
Moore brings a lot of intriguing athleticism to the floor, on both ends of the floor. He can rise up over defenders and finish in transition, as well as being disruptive on the defensive end with his wingspan.
2023 6’4 Jakwon McKnight (JF Webb HS)
McKnight has a real chance to be a very good player in the state of North Carolina. Already standing at 6’4, the young prospect was able to show an array of abilities to score the ball. He has a nice shooting touch from the perimeter but is also to get to the rim and finish.
2021 6’6 Jacob Morgan (Pine Lake Prep)
Morgan plays hard and plays with something to prove but you also have to love that he wants to become better as a player. He stretched the floor very well with a smooth outside looking shot as well as put the ball on the floor.
2020 5’11 Chris Hunter (Cox Mill HS)
Hunter couldn’t be stopped in the open floor. Whether it was getting north and south, or his lateral quickness, he pushed the tempo and created transition points, using his speed and physicality to finish around the rim time and time again. Loved his mentality to attack and finished.
2022 6’4 Isaiah J. Williams (Porter Ridge)
Williams was putting on a clinic scoring-wise in Game 2 at the NC Phenom 150. He simply outhustled others, ran the floor, and showing he can score inside and out. Scoring 28 points in Game 2, he was a big difference-maker for his team.