2025 Zymicah Wilkins (Christ School): Wilkins was one, if not the, best big at the camp and when you watch him, it is easy to see that he why and that he should be highly coveted by so many schools. The 6'8 forward brings such a tremendous feel and skill set to the table; whether it is his ability to bully and be demanding down in the paint, pull down rebounds consistently, or showcase how tremendous his feel is for the game, he brings a lot to the table. Wilkins' ability to create, step out, or finish strong in the paint is impressive, but he also showcases tremendous footwork and is quite nimble for a player his size. Impressive showing once again.
2025 Chase Williams (West Bladen): Williams was one that caught my attention on multiple occasions at the camp; whether it was him using his strong frame to battle on both ends, his motor and relentless energy, or his ability to finish strong, Williams just seemed to bring production to the table when he was on the court.' Really liked overall his production when he had opportunities, and he battled all camp long with some terrific forwards.
2025 Chris Eagan (Charlotte Catholic): Eagan is another forward that has a great feel and is at his best when he is showcasing how to operate down in the paint. He has a tremendous blend of skill, feel, and footwork that allows him to get around defenders and be a good force down in the paint.' He also continues to get stronger and be more demanding with his game, as it will be his team this year down in the paint and he hopes to have a big season at Charlotte Catholic.
2025 Trent Steinour (Lake Norman): Steinour continues to answer the bell with his play, but also continues to develop and get stronger as a big. Steinour finished strong at the rim on multiple occasions, but also showed strong feel in the paint, finishing over defenders, being active on the glass, bringing a motor, protecting the rim defensively, and just being an overall presence on the court. He continues to add more and gets better.
2025 Kabba Fanta (Victory Christian): A 6'11 big man who continues to show flashes in his game, but also is still a developing big to monitor. Over the last year, Fanta has adjusted well to the game, adding more to his game, and showing a better understanding and feel, all while still being a rim protector, a fluid big man, and one that can finish at the rim.' I do believe there is still more in his development, which should only make him even more intriguing as a prospect.