#39 5’10 2020 Jordan Coleman: Chester High School (SC)
Coleman is a strong explosive athlete that plays the game with a chip on his shoulder. He fully understands that playing with a high level of effort is a great way to get noticed and that’s exactly what he did in this one. He did a great job at getting downhill, finishing at the cup, either through contact or straight-line above the rim!
#45 5’10 2021 Landon Stills: River Bluff High School (SC)
Stills is a high IQ lead guard that displayed the ability to both push the break and run his team in the half court. He’s a shot-maker, but truly thrives when he’s getting his guys involved, using his excellent vision and court awareness to create easy buckets for his teammates.
#61 6’2 2024 Cameron Scott: Pleasant Hill Middle School (SC)
Scott is absolutely oozing with upside and potential, his long arms, high tailbone, and big feet indicate another major growth spurt is in the future for him, making his ceiling that much higher. On top of his potential, he was really productive as well, fighting through stronger defenders on the boards and scoring at the rim with a high efficiency rate. Definitely one to keep an eye on.
#90 6’6 2021 Earl Burgess: Dorman High School (SC)
Burgess is a strong young post player that does a great job capitalizing on his touches around the basket. He moves well on the perimeter defensively and is always around the rim to clean it up on both ends of the court. Another good one coming through the Dorman pipeline.
#91 6’4 2021 Swae Young: Lexington High School (SC)
Young did an unbelievable job finishing around the rim, running the floor, and using his footwork with his back to the basket to create easy buckets. He has great touch round the basket, and on top of his scoring ability, he works on the glass diligently, often grabbing rebounds he has no business being in the market for. He should continue to provide a hard nosed inside presence for his Lexington High School squad over the next couple of years.
#78 6’2 2022 Russell Branch: Barnwell High School (SC)
Branch is an early contender for the Playmaker award with his ability to create for others in fast break situations and in the half-court. He brings a ton of energy to the game each and every time he steps on the court and has a chance to be special if he continues to develop. A really bright future is ahead of him.