Here are some of the quick hitters from the NCTop80 that impressed from the 2017 class

It was a fantastic event in Greensboro, NC, as the top players from the state met up at Proehlific Park on Sunday and battled it out on the court. Here are some quick hitters from the event, as several kids made a name for themselves.

2017 Quick Hitters

  • Jimmie Sanders (Neuse Charter)
    • This young man is listed at 5'8 but plays much bigger than that. He isn't afraid to attack with his quick dribble to the basket and knows how to finish at the rim.
  • Jalen Spicer (NW Guilford)
    • This young man showed a lot today. He was the floor general and also showed how good he can be on defense; a real pest against his opponents. He also showed his capability of being a threat offensively, scoring 26 points in the third game. Played really well Sunday.
  • Jordan Perkins (Greensboro Day)
    • Strong guard with a strong body. True floor general with a high basketball IQ. He showed his ability to use his strength to finish at the rim and ability to score the basket. Handles the ball really well and under the radar kind of prospect that would be solid for any program.
  • Blake Harris (Word of God)
    • He is a crafty and gifted guard that has great vision to find the open man. But he also showed several times his explosive power at the rim and you don't want to be on the other end of that.
  • Jonathan Gauer (Fayetteville Academy)
    • Gauer really had a solid day at the NC Top 80, as he showed his ability to score the ball in several ways. Looking at all the stat sheets, you continued to see Gauer near the top of the list for his team in scoring.
  • Todd Smith (Freedom Christian)
    • Gifted guard that showed he can score on all three levels. Gifted guard that really has excelled his game and had a great showing at the NC Top 80.
  • Connor Crabtree (Orange)
    • Crabtree was a name that was heard throughout on how gifted he is. He has the size, length, and ability to be a consistent threat to score and a mismatch nightmare for any team. We wouldn't be surprised if more teams come his way down the road with his ability.
  • Reggie Davis (NW Guilford)
    • Davis is always a fun prospect to watch. He can play big on the boards but also showed that he can compete at the highest level. He has a big frame and shot the ball really well for his size. Really has a nice work ethic on the court.
  • Solomon Smith (Greensboro Day)
    • Solomon has participated in our last two events and really has come away solid. He has great work ethic, solid young man on the boards, and was gifted several times around in the paint. Programs should pay more attention to him.
  • David Caraher (Wesleyan Christian)
    • Caraher has been a regular for Phenom Hoops and he didn't disappoint Sunday. He is a great teammate, looking to find the open man, while also being able to spread the floor with his ability to attack the paint or shoot the outside shot.
  • Logan Vosburg (Orange)
    • Vosburg was a beast at the NC Top 80. Really dominated the paint, scoring 30 points in one game and 25 in another. He was solid as well on the boards. He continues to show people and proves them wrong on how he can play the game.
  • Justyn Hamilton (Independence)
    • He stood out immediately with his 6'10 height. But he had a soft touch around the rim and ran the floor really well for his size. He couldn't be stopped when he was full force towards the basket and no one could get their hands on his shot.
  • Thomas Allen (Garner)
    • Allen had a tremendous season at Garner. Filling up the stat sheet all year long and at times showed flashes of that in Greensboro. This young man simply understands how to score the basketball and can do it in all three areas.
  • Larry McLeod (Bull City Prep)
    • This young man really impressed us early in the day with his hustle and awareness on the court. Seems like he was everywhere. He also has one of the best verticals at the camp. Enjoyed watching him play.
  • Jack Hemphill (Broughton)
    • Young man from the Raleigh area, he really played hard and big down low in the paint. When you watch him play, you certainly can see how strong he is down low in the paint and can be a problem at times. Nice post moves and solid big man.
  • JP Moorman (Greensboro Day)
    • It has been nice to see this young man's development and every time we see him, he continues to impress. Big frame with lengthy body, he fills up the stat and can play so many positions on the floor. However, he knows how to take advantage of it with his outside jumper or his inside presence.
  • Jordan Beale (Voyager Academy)
    • This young man might be a name new on the scene but should get attention. Lightning quick speed and explosive on the floor, on both ends of the court as well. This young man had heads turning all day long.