2022 Spencer Hairston (Gate City Grizzlies): This young man simply continues to produce and be an offensive scoring machine.  Which is why he should be one to really watch coming into North Carolina and playing at Dudley this season. He has the quickness and ability to create for himself but he can be deadly from the perimeter. Scored 29 points to lead the charge again, something he has shown quite often.

2022 MJ Collins (Team EAT): Virginia Tech fans are going to enjoy having Collins in the coming years.  From when was were watching him over three years ago to where he is today, his development and impact on the floor have really flourished. Has such a nice and confident perimeter feel but he gave us more of his athleticism and IQ/decision-making on Day 1.  Really filled it up.

2024 Braylhan Thomas (Team Charlotte): Think this young man is only starting what he could potentially be.  But when you watch him, the first thing you have to notice is his developed frame and strength for his age, which allows him to play in multiple positions.  He really excels in stepping out and being a perimeter threat but continues to make progress with his overall game and feel.  A lot of potential with his game.

2024 Michael Marcus (Flight 9): Just another prospect part of the 2024 class, Marcus has seen tremendous growth in his game since the start of last year as a freshman.  One can see that he has been putting in the work, getting his body ready, getting stronger and playing with more confidence on both ends.  Marcus impressed on Day 1 with his activity level down in the paint and it seems to be only the start for this young man.

2024 Brandon Smith (Queen City Ballers): A player that I believe continues to fly under the radar but just continues to produce on the floor is 6’3 Brandon Smith.  He has that natural scoring power with his length, finishing well over defenders and around the rim but also stretching the floor.  He continues to get stronger and is adding more to his game, as he looks to make more noise in the class of 2024.

2023 Cole Callaway (Dive On It): Callaway certainly had a good week, picking up an offer and coming in and scoring 34 points to start his day.  Callaway continues to show it all on the floor, especially just how big of a threat he can be from deep.  Knocked down six 3-pointers but also putting the ball on the deck and getting to the bucket.  He really showed how big of a weapon he can be when he is clicking on the floor.

2024 Kayleb Coles (Eastern Carolina Phenomz): A team that had a lot of talent, it was Coles that really shined on the court on Day 1.  He already has a great frame and size to his game, and without really knowing his game, he surprised us with his game, whether it was getting to the rim, getting out in transition, his athleticism on the floor, or his ability to pull up from multiple levels.  He is just another prospect to watch in the class of 2024.