2021 6’2 Lashae Johnson (Charlotte Royals 2021): Johnson was extremely aggressive on the floor, running the floor, constantly getting out and pushing the pace, but also showed his ability to knock down jumpers, hitting four 3-pointers for the Charlotte Royals.

2021 6’0 Cole Sinclair (Durham Hurricanes): A point guard that simply competes.  He is known very well for his outside shooting but you can see that he has really improved in his scoring outside of his perimeter shot, dicing through defenses and creating off the dribble.

2022 Donovan Atwell (Team EAT 16u): Atwell could be considered the best 3-point shooter in the state of North Carolina and his stats back it up.  A three-point shot is almost like a layup for him, as he is coming off 10 made 3-pointers on Day 1 and finished with seven more in the Day 2 win.

2022 6’4 Christian Cornish (Team EAT 16u): Cornish is a player that should continue to only gain more attention with his college-ready frame already.  He not only looks the part but he is tremendous in the open floor and finishes strong.

2021 Kenny Noland (Tea Marie 17u): The production level, IQ, and awareness on the court that Noland plays with is fun to watch.  He fills in his role, doing everything he can to help his team win. His defense helps lead to his offense, he showed a smooth jumper from mid-range and from three, and plays unselfish basketball.

2022 6’6 Noah Ross (Tea Marie 17u): What can you say about a 6’6 wing prospect that has an impressive shooting stroke but also continues to develop his overall scoring game.  He is scoring off the bounce to go along with being a sharpshooter.