2023 Trevor Barrett (Trinity Academy: Barrett is a guard that has a smooth, confident feel on the court.' He plays terrifically at different paces on the floor and makes high-IQ decisions and shots on the court. Loved his feel for the game early on.

2023 Cortez Moore (Northwood Temple): Long guard that is smooth and does well in creating off the dribble and finishing over and around defenders. Just a natural feel on the court.  Love his court awareness as well in creating for himself and for others.

2023 Samuel Martin (Apex): Martin is going to a fun one to watch down the road.  The 6'9 big man has terrific hands and uses it well on both sides of the floor, whether getting on the boards or showing touch and mobility around the paint.

2021 Marshall Klug (SE Guilford): It has been a while since we have seen Klug at our camp but boy, has he grown, gotten strong, and developed his overall feel for the game. Really impressive performance, knocking down shots and scoring in an array of ways.  He really has taken a ton of steps in his game.

2023 Dallas Gardner (Myers Park): Gardner has been a name that continues to rise with his game, as he continues to produce on the offensive end.  Strong bodied guard that excels downhill and knows how to finish strong.

2023 Gavin Stinson (Oak Grove): Even at his height, you have to love what he brought on the court.  He was a playmaker on the floor, played well in transition, and really created well for others, finding his teammates for easy baskets. Also got after it on the defensive end.

2024 Cameron Milton (Cornerstone Charter): Milton continued to catch our eyes with his activity level. There is just something about a player that seems to work harder than his opponents. He did that, always moving, creating opportunities for himself but also never giving up on defense.

2024 Derek Grant (Conway HS): Grant played with an excellent motor on both sides of the ball. He has a nice blend of athletiicsm and speed to his game, and brings relentless energy. He was aggressive in attacking the rim, pushed the ball well, and always got after it on the defensive end.