2022 Justin Monden (All-Carolina): Though a smaller guard he was assertive on offense to start Day 2 for his team. Shows that he is a crafty guard that can create for himself and is effective from multiple levels of the floor. Smooth jumper to his game.
2022 Syncere Lynch (Team HoopState): Lynch played strong to start Day 2, really attacking and being aggressive. He was able to show consistently his ability to create for himself, penetrate the lane, and finish through contact or get to the line. Very effective offensively early on.
2022 Trey Ramsey (Carolina Riptide 2022): Ramsey is an intriguing forward to really watch. One that can help a team at the next level with his ability stretch the floor but also operate down low in the post. Moves well, good feet, and nice touch on the court.
2022 Brandon Morgan (Pro Skills WS-Robinson): Morgan really started to come on in the second half, making some big shots. He displayed a confident shot from the perimeter, knocking down three 3-pointers to help get his team back in the game.
2022 Graham Worland (Team Charlotte 2022): Worland is one to start really looking at. Great size, skillset, and a knockdown shooter. He was able to showcase his shiftiness on the court, creating and getting by his defenders and showcases a very nice jumper from mid-range and three.
2022 6’7 Jeremy Gregory (Team Charlotte 2022): You don’t see to many big men that have the hands like Jeremy Gregory. He has some of the biggest hands with the softest touch, which he uses very well in getting the ball on the rim. You can see that he has continued to work on his conditioning and feel on the court.
2022 Jeremiah Scales (Team BOND 17u): Scales took home MVP honors at our camp and continues to play really well, showing that he has a chance to play at the next level. Confident player, brings great energy to the floor, and is a nice two-way player with a nice jumpshot to his game.
2022 Collin Tanner (Flight 22): One of my few times getting to see this young man in action and call me impressed. Great size and is an absolute scorer on the floor. Just has a knack of how to work on the floor on any level of the floor. Also good on the boards and can handle and push in transition.
2022 Demetri Peterson (Flight 22): Peterson brings the size to the paint and carved it up, moved defenders out of his way, and showed a nice touch and feel around the paint. Played strong and really played big down low.
2022 Noah Ross (Team Loaded NC 2022): Ross brings a lot to the table with his size, shooting stroke, and his ability to rebound. A high IQ prospect that stretches the floor but also finishes strong around the basket and gets on the boards. Does a little bit of everything on the floor.
2021 Sheick Samoura (Team Loaded NC 2022): Samoura brings intriguing size and versatility to the floor. He is one that could be a nice steal for a program and can check off a lot of boxes in how he attacks and finishes over his opponents, but also can step out.