2021 6’8 Saiquone Harris (Juice All-Stars): Harris continues to grow and improve with his offensive skillset.  Hard to find many 6’8 (plays bigger) prospects that can play and defend multiple positions, create for himself, and get downhill off the dribble as well as pull up.

2021 6’1 Breon Pass (Tea Marie 17u): Pass should only see an uptick in his recruitment.  His energy and motor on the floor are contagious and really can change a game.  He impacts the floor in a variety of ways, whether it is scoring, facilitating, and/or rebounding.

2021 6’6 BJ Freeman (Team Eat 17u): Freeman played really well on Day 1. Showcased his skillset, his ability to hit shots on multiple levels, and was aggressive attacking the rim.  He consistently showcased his motor and energy on the floor.

2021 Bobby Pettiford (Team Marie Hoops 17u): Pettiford just has that knack and feel for the game, which is why he was so heavily recruited.  Really excelled in pick and roll situations, reading defenses, and attacking the rim or dishing to his teammates. 

2021 Jacobi Wright (Team Charlotte 17u): Wright plays with such a high IQ and craft to his game.  He sees and understands where his teammates are on the court and makes terrific passes for easy buckets but also has that scoring capability.  Just a natural blend.

2021 Will Felton (Garner Road 17u): Felton seemed to be all over the place on both ends. Was really effective on the boards on both ends, blocked multiple shots, and showed touch around the rim.

2023 5’11 Trey Green (Team Charlotte 16u): Green was tough all game long, getting after it on the defensive end, bring tremendous energy and using that same energy to attack and create offensively. Really looked good in the open floor making plays.

2022 6’6 Daniel Sanford (Team Charlotte 16u): Sanford played against some opponents bigger than him but he embraced it and took it on.  Blocked shots and finished strong at the rim.

2022 6’10 Brandon Huntley (BMaze): What can one say about a 6’10 prospect that moves incredibly well on multiple levels, stretches the floor with his perimeter shooting, and can guard inside and out.  Huntley has all the tools that high-major coaches will love.