Jefferson Boaz (6'7, 2020, East Surry): Young man but nice size at 6'7.' What really stood out though was his ability to stretch the defense and his ability to hit the open jumper, even knocking down the three ball.' Really keeps his head up and looks for his teammates.

Bright Okongwu (6'10, 2020, Rabun Gap): One thing can be said is that you can't teach size and this kid has that already.' Still raw in areas on both ends of the court but he could be one to watch down the road and coaches continue to work with him.

Torey James (6'4, 2018, Hickory): James was one that caught my eye early in Game 1.' He has nice size but his athleticism, and motor really grabbed the eye.' He just was a flat out play maker, whether it was passing the ball, attacking the rim, or using his jumper.' Very productive.

Shy'Quan Jones (6'4, 2019, John Paul II Catholic): Jones is listed at 6'4 but his length makes him much longer and bigger than that.' He continues to develop his game, he is going to be tough to stop.' Runs the floor well and can play multiple positions on the floor.

Adam Tucker (5'10, 2017, North Johnson): Really quick point guard with a tremendous crossover.' Really can make one move and get by his opponent but also has solid vision in the open court.' Showed he is a true leader both on and off the court.

Darian Anderson (6'0, 2019, Forestview): Anderson was a young guard that produced on several levels and played hard throughout the day. Quick and athletic guard, he plays within the game and takes what the defense gives him.' Liked what I saw.

Luke Davis (6'7, 2019, South Central): Davis was interesting to watch and had some tough matchups at times.' But this kid is relentless on the court and doesn't back down from anyone on the court.' Really liked his effort on the court at the Phenom 150 and runs the floor well.