2024 Carson Daniel/ 2024 Chase Daniel (Central Cabarrus): The Daniel twins continue to flourish and showcase how big of a difference-maker they can be. They are proven winners, both understand how to run a team, they were incredible in creating and setting up teammates, and just understand how to be effective playmakers with the ball in their hands.
2024 John Campbell (Bishop McGuinness): Campbell had a strong overall camp, as he was assertive, made strong moves, attacked the basket and finished strong, and really showcased a high motor all day long. Time after time he was making plays, as the athletic guard made his presence felt on both ends, showed he can be an offensive force, and was a strong teammate throughout.
2024 Felipe Patino (WS Christian): Patino is one that should garner more attention and he showed why at the camp. Not only does he continue to display his ability to knock down shots with range with consistency, but he can hurt you in a variety of other ways. Has a great feel, is strong with the ball in his hands, makes good decisions, and plays well within the team.
2024 Jordan Patton (Chambers): Absolutely love what Patton brings to the table, and a college program is going to get a steal with this young man. Anything that your team needs, Patton can provide. Effective offensively, scores in a variety of ways, versatile defender, and plays with such a motor on both sides of the floor.' This kid just gets it done and is a proven winner.
2024 Desmond Kent (Central Cabarrus): Much like Patton, Kent is a player who just gets it done on the court. He plays with such heart and passion, leaves it all out on the court, and makes timely plays in so many ways. With his length, he can be very disruptive defensively but also continues to be a go-to scorer on the court.
2024 Isaiah Washington (WS Christian): Washington was consistent all throughout the camp, as the strong guard was able to continue to show his smooth feel, his ability to create for himself, get downhill and finish, as well as get to his spots and knock down shots.' All throughout, he was a strong offensive weapon in helping lead his team.
2024 Khyelle Ingram (Bull City Prep): I was really impressed with Ingram and his play with his flashes.' Ingram is a 6'5 strong downhill and athletic prospect who was able to attack off the bounce, finish through contact, and rise up off the dribble. It will be interesting to see how he continues to play this season, as he would be one to keep an eye on.
2024 Isaiah Evans (North Meck): When Evans walks on the court, he is instant offense and there isn't much opponents can do.' He plays with a swagger and confidence, looking to prove to whomever. Whether it is his ability to rise up and knock down shots with range, finish over defenders, or simply create space for his offense, Evans can fill it up and did so throughout.
2024 Zion Walker (TBS): Walker continues to flourish as a scoring option on the court, something he has shown all throughout his high school career. I continue to like how he mixes it up on the offensive end, being a strong creator making touch shots, attacking and getting paint touches, as well as knocking down open shots. He continued to be that consistent presence and did so once again.