2024 6’3 Felipe Patino (WS Christian):

Patino should be a late target for many programs and it is easy to see why. Patino is a high IQ guard who can be a game-changer on the court, especially with his shot-making ability. He is excellent at getting to his spots and can knock down shots from a variety of levels, especially with his ability to hit shots from behind the arc. He is a confident, skilled, unselfish player who can change the game as he rises up and knocks down shots. Patino is one of the best shooters left in the state of North Carolina.

2024 5’10 Keenan Wilkins (Christ School):

Wilkins simply does what he does… this is a senior point guard who can fill it up and plays with a ton of confidence in his ability to be a playmaker. Time after time, he has shown that he can score and use his quickness to create off the bounce and find ways to finish over defenders but is also a dynamic scorer with a ton of confidence from the perimeter.  Whether he needs to be that scoring factor or run the show and get others involved, Wilkins understands how to be effective.

2024 6’4 Jordan Patton (Chambers):

This is a book we have been writing and reading for some time now, but we are here to remind you ONCE AGAIN that Patton may be one of the best versatile pieces on the court for a team and does whatever is needed for his team. Patton has size, versatility, scoring power, and simply impacts the game in so many ways that puts his team in a winning position. Patton is simply a difference-maker on both ends of the court, and we can promise you that he will be a tremendous piece no matter where he is or what is needed from him.

2024 6’4 Carlos Vazquez (Wayne Country Day):

Vazquez checks off a lot of boxes with his game and is one of the smartest players left in the Class of 2024.  He is a game-changer for what he provides and how his game has only grown over the years, as he makes tremendous reads and smart decisions, scores effectively, brings size to help on the boards, and has a skillset that allows him to flourish in a variety of roles. Vazquez is having another strong season, averaging nearly 17ppg and 9rpg, and his ability to score off the bounce, play bigger than listed, and be a tremendous teammate should make him a priority.