2023 6’4 Matthew Warren (Trinity Byrnes): A young freshman but a skilled, long, athletic prospect to really keep an eye on down the road. He has nice touch and mobility, rebounded incredibly well, and showed a great feel around the basket. Warren had some bounce to his game.
2021 6’4 Alec Bowie (Irmo HS): There is something about a player that just works hard on the court. Bowie did just that all throughout the game, staying aggressive on the glass and creating extra opportunities for his team, while also finishing some tough baskets.
2021 5’11 Camarie McNeil (Albemarle): The junior guard attacked all game long, getting downhill and finishing at the rim. He plays aggressive and finds ways to get the ball towards the rim, as well as creating contact to get to the line.
2020 6’9 Isaac Farah (Fishers HS, IN): Farrah was simply dominant on the court. No one could stop him down in the paint but Farrah brings a unique blend of skill, mobility, and post-man moves. Farrah is definitely a scholarship-worthy prospect that college coaches should be on.
2023 5’11 Darren Lloyd (Henry L. Sneed): Lloyd is a young playmaker but is impressive with his ability to break down defenders off the dribble, use his speed to get to the court and has surprising athleticism to his game for his size. Just a natural feel with the ball in hands.
2022 6’2 Russell Branch (Barnwell High): Branch plays with such a great feel and understanding, reading the floor well, and at times it looks effortless. Whether it is finding his teammates in open spots or knocking down shots, he was incredibly productive on the floor.
2023 6’0 Bryson Graves (West Florence): Graves caught a lot of our attention with his athleticism on the floor. He worked really well in transition, whether it was with the ball and making some terrific passes or finishing at the rim with ease.