6'6' Junior Ryan Schwieger
Weddington High School (Matthews)

Schwieger built a small reputation for himself this season, but playing in 3A ball in Matthews not many people saw him. He is a walking triple/double with his ability to see the floor and handle in the half court. At his size, Schwieger is a point guard. He will be matched up against Lavar Batts and Blake Harris in this event, it will be a good opportunity for him to make a name.

5'8' Junior Darius McGhee
Roxboro Community (Roxboro)

Its hard to fathom how a kid can set the state scoring record and state points per game record, and still be virtually unknown. Well McGhee scored over 1,000 points and averaged 37.5 points per game. McGhee has range beyond the volley ball line, a tight handle in the half court, and a 45' vertical leap. The kid is exciting and will have matchups against the likes of Thomas Allen (who also is on this list).

6'10' Sophomore Deaundre Wilkins
John A Holmes High School (Edenton)

This kid will walk on the floor and everyone will ask, 'Who is that'' He got minimal playing time this season, however he maximized his team. Wilkins is every bit of 235 and chiseled. He also has a 7'3' wing span and springs in his legs. New to the game, Wilkins is still learning, but you cannot teach what he has. In match ups with Nate Springs and Justyn Hamilton, Wilkins will be talked about.

6'5' Sophomore Quan McCluney
Gaston Day (Gastonia)

His game isn't the most aesthetic, however when it comes to production across the board McCluney excels. The lefty with a 6'10' wing span has a game reminiscent of ECU's Kentrell Barkley. McCluney will have match ups with the likes of Johnny Newman, ready to establish himself as a high level prospect.

6'1' Junior Thomas Allen
Garner Magnet School (Garner)

In the local 919 area, Allen is well known commodity. Outside of that he is still a name that not many know. That is starting to change as Murray State has recently offered, and NC State and VCU are showing legit interest. Allen is a smooth guard, probably a combo, but is most comfortable scoring the ball. Allen will have match ups with the likes of Darius McGhee, Carter Collins and others. Expect his name to be trending up after this event.

6'5' Freshman Damian Dunn
Kinston High School (Kinston)

Coming from a school that has produced NBA players as Cedrick Maxwell, Reggie Bullock, Jerry Stackhouse, and Brandon Ingram, everyone says that Damian Dunn has next. In a loaded 2019 class, Dunn isn't being talked about as much. He has great length and size for a point guard, and plays with a good pace. He will have opportunities to show himself with matchups against the likes of Wendell Moore and Shawn Walker.