2022 6’3 TJ Warwick (Oceanside Collegiate): Warwick plays tough and really ran the floor well. As an undersized forward, he showed that he has nice touch and feel with his back to the basket.  Warwick also really battled down in the paint on the boards.

2021 6’0 Aaron Veal (Cabarrus Charter): Veal is a strong, downhill guard that works well in transition and pushing the tempo.  He plays a great change of pace and direction on the floor, allowing him to get to the rim on multiple occasions. Also really liked his attitude off the court; big-time team player.

2022 5’8 Marc Raye (Albemarle): Raye is certainly a talented and one of the better guards of the camp.  He has crisp handles to his game with a little craft, keeping defenders guessing all over the floor.  He uses his skillset to be a gifted scorer on multiple levels of the floor. Very impressed with his game.

2023 6’3 Merel Burgess (South Side): A gifted prospect with a sturdy frame that he can uses down low, Burgess continues to expand his game with his ability to put it on the floor and finish strong as well as knockdown outside shots.

2025 4’7 Logan Norton (Spartanburg Charter): One of the youngest prospects on the court, you have to give credit to this young man for stepping up against the competition. Norton is a true pass-first type guard that