Next Level Ballers

5'11 '22 Deshawn Goodwyn- The youngest player on this team entered this game with the reputation as a three-point shooter. He didn't shoot particularly well in this contest, but showcased an abundance of other formidable skills. Goodwyn's best quality was his on-ball defense and ability to space the floor, even without needing to hit shots. This wasn't the best showing for him, but he certainly has a lot of tools to work with going forward.

Carolina Legacy

5'11 '19 Jeremy Coleman- The strong-bodied guard prospect was very problematic for opponents during this contest. Though undersized for his position, Coleman is built like a tank and knows how to use his body to clear out space. He's a nice rebounder and pretty well-rounded scorer, given his ability to mix it up on a whim. Coleman displayed a solid IQ while applying constant pressure with his jumper throughout this game.

Team All or Nothing

6'2 '19 Jonathan Breeland- The point guard continues to be the most polished two-way player on this roster. He's an excellent passer and playmaker; he'd be playing Division I basketball right now if his jumper had been this solid last year. Breeland is a great guard prospect and still plays the game with a lot of intelligence. He has all the tools that coaches look for in a floor general and is an incredibly strong rebounder for a guard. Breeland featured a twenty-point first half in this one and never turned back, leading all scorers in the end.

Palmetto Elite

6'6 '19 Jamal Edmunson- The all-purpose forward was simply phenomenal throughout their final contest of the day. He does it all for this team, despite being one of their biggest guys. Edmunson shot the ball really well from all levels and entered the paint a ton on drive attempts. He's strong and versatile with a great frame; he'll certainly be one to keep an eye on going forward.

6'5 '19 Bryce Ravanell- The wing prospect is quite an intriguing player, given his physical tools and high motor. Offensively, he looks to make plays without the ball, through cutting and transition play, which allows him to finish through contact at the basket. Ravanell is a strong rebounder and defender with clear two-way upside still remaining.

Mid-State Magic

6'8 '19 TJ Nesmith- With everyone trying to build their game on flash and flair, it is increasingly difficult to find guys like Nesmith readily available. He isn't flashy, but he's incredibly effective and nearly plays mistake-free basketball. Nesmith has truly excellent touch around the basket and can finish with either hand, from either block. The fundamental big man has a high IQ and pursues rebounds with a purpose.

Team Wall-Marion

6'4 '20 Jalen King Joiner- The progression of Joiner has been real and his reclassification should give Division I programs an extension in their viewing of the two-way wing. He's always been a quality defender, but Joiner has made a concerted effort to improve his offensive arsenal over the last year. Joiner has done an exceptional job of developing as a perimeter shooter and creator for others. It'll be interesting to see how he fares at High Point Christian next season, where he should be in a featured role.

6'5 '19 Joel Pettiford- The athletic combo-forward is an intriguing prospect, given his upside and two-way versatility. He attacked the rim pretty well throughout this contest, especially in transition, where he made the most of his opportunities. Pettiford has a lot of useful tools to work with and a solid IQ, so it'll be fun to see how much he continues to improve.

Team Vision

6'0 '19 Raishaun Brown- This squad continues to be led by the scrappy two-way guard. He's somewhat between guard positions, given his size and scoring ability. Brown is extremely quick and frequently leaves defenders in the dust off the bounce en route to the rim. He makes quality decisions with the basketball and utilizes unique angles when looking for others.

Upward Stars Charlotte

6'8 '19 Ryan Bonnett- Another game, another strong showing by the big man; he is so polished offensively and has the ability to score in a variety of ways. It's easy to notice his IQ and strong feel for the game with the technically savvy moves he makes. Bonnett is quite skilled and will ultimately be right on the cusp of a Division I scholarship.