2023 Jordan Miller (Dorman): Miller was strong throughout the camp and one can really see that he has taken his game to another level.  The hard work is paying off as Miller showcased terrific IQ and feel for the game. Plays with such a smooth feel and under control, as he doesn’t force much offensively, finds his spots, and displays a confident release from multiple levels.

2025 Robert Moore (Porter Gaud): Moore is going to be a name you will want to get quite familiar with. The young prospect has a natural ability already to score the ball from an array of ways and levels.  He uses his 6’4 frame to his advantage to score over defenders. One can see that this is a young man that understands the game and where he can be effective at early on.

2025 Brian Sumpter (Keenan): Sumpter is another young player to really watch out for. Standing at 6’4 already, you can see that he should only continue to grow with his lengthy, wiry frame but he already moves extremely well and has the wingspan to make an impact down in the paint on both ends.

2025 Kaleb Phillips (Gaffney): Phillips came out strong early and really captured some eyes, especially with his ability to knock down shots from the perimeter.  Got to his spots very well and showcased an extremely confident shot.  Very effective scorer today and just another player in the class of 2025 to watch for in South Carolina.

2022 Xzavier Thaggard (Trinity Collegiate): Thaggard had a strong summer and seems to just be continuing his play into the camp season and heading into the high school season. Thaggard brings a ton of athleticism to the floor as well as a quick first step that allows him to get by defenders and finish over them. For a 6’2 prospect, he uses that athleticism in an array of ways to be effective in multiple areas.

2024 Jamarie Brown (South Florence): Brown was simply a playmaker with the ball in his hands. A longer point guard, he covered a lot of ground with his dribble and was terrific in changing directions to get by defenders. Whether it was creating for others or for himself, Brown was strong in leading the charge and showing off his vision/feel.

2023 Jaylen Golston (Keenan): What you have to like about some players is simply the amount of work they put in on the floor. Golston simply outworked most of his defenders and always seemed to get his hands on the ball, attacking the boards, working to finish, and never giving on any play. Loved his motor and hustle.

2023 Horaces Jacques (Orangeburg-Wilkerson): Jacques really captured some eyes with his strong play and shot-making ability. An athletic 6’2 prospect, he made multiple tough shots on the floor over defenders and got after it on the defensive end.

2022 Kory Davis (York Prep): It has been known about the defensive presence the Davis twins bring and Kory continued to create havoc on the defensive end, getting into defenders, moving his feet extremely well, and willing to put his body on the line. Also, strong out in transition.

2023 Aaron Hall (Legacy Early): There is just something different with Hall and how he operates.  We are talking about a 6’8 powerful forward that looks to rip the rim off each time he goes up for a dunk. Such a powerful force that moves well and runs the floor.  There is still a lot of potential with this young man but he has only continued to improve his game over the years.