Team 10

Coach: Charlendez Brooks

#92: 5’9 ’26 Cortavious Tate-Smith (Dorman)

Starting things off, we look at a player who made a quality impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Cortavious Tate-Smith. He’s a smart, unselfish point guard prospect with scoring instincts and useful ability as a playmaker. Tate-Smith utilizes his quick first step and tight handle to consistently apply pressure as a penetrator. He’s a great finisher around the basket and plays well through contact, but also displays vision and a willingness to set up others as needed. Tate-Smith also knocks down open jumpers at a nice percentage. He’s a nice all-around defender who does a great job of containing his assignment and battling for rebounds. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Brooks on Tate-Smith: “Cortavious is a quick, shifty guard who can get downhill with ease. He’s a willing passer and capable three-point shooter with time.” Tate-Smith did a lot of things well at camp and should be a useful piece for Dorman over the coming years.

#97: 5’10 ’26 Cameron Smith (Greenville)

Next, we look at a player who frequently stood out through his tough, rugged approach, Cameron Smith. He’s a smart, team-oriented guard prospect with a nonstop motor and the ability to set the tone on both ends of the floor. Offensively, Smith gets downhill seemingly whenever he desires, where he’s able to finish extremely well or set up others at a high volume. That being said, he’s also a great shooting threat who can spot-up or knock down jumpers off the bounce. Smith is a poised ball-handler and terrific playmaker who always looks to make the right play with the ball in his hands. On the other end, his athleticism and physicality naturally cause problems for opponents. He forces turnovers and pushes transition play with regularity. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Brooks on Smith: “Kameron is a hard-nosed defender with the ability to get out in transition to find teammates and finish. Gets downhill at will.” Smith proved to be an asset at camp and should be a focal point for Greenville going forward.

#100: 5’11 ’26 Dyllan Harris (Spartanburg)

Moving onto a player who showcased a ton of polish and two-way ability, Dyllan Harris. He’s a long, skilled, intelligent guard prospect who effortlessly scores the ball from all three levels. Harris is a solid creator with useful vision and initiation instincts, but is arguably at his best when looking to apply pressure as a scorer. He’s a knockdown shooter from beyond the arc, reliable threat in the midrange, and terrific penetrating threat. Harris is capable of cutting, spotting-up, and mixing it up based on what the defense gives him. He’s also an excellent defender with the necessary quickness and positioning to mirror his assignment. Harris does a nice job of forcing turnovers and pushing the break in transition. Next in his development process is working to improve his rebounding presence, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Brooks on Harris: “Dyllan is a threat to score from all three levels. He has a smooth stroke from beyond the arc, good midrange game, and is terrific at getting downhill in transition.” Harris made a lasting impression at camp and should be a difference-maker for Spartanburg over the foreseeable future.

#105: 6’0 ’26 Jayden Parks (Clover)

Continuing onto a player who did a great job of producing within the flow of the action, Jayden Parks. He’s a strong, physically overwhelming guard prospect with a sturdy frame and the ability to make plays with or without the ball in his hands. Parks is a solid creator and willing passer who can knock down open jumpers but is arguably at his best when attacking the basket and finishing. He’s a useful off-ball cutter who does a nice job of finding open seams within the defense and converting. Parks provides a scrappy, active presence as a defender and rebounder. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Brooks on Parks: “Jayden is a tough player. Displays a good attitude and willingness to accept coaching. Plays hard and consistently finds ways to outwork opponents.” Parks enjoyed a quality showing during his time at camp and should be a useful piece for Clover over the coming years.

#108: 6’2 ’26 Columbus Parker (Lancaster)

Next, we look at a player who consistently made his presence felt on both ends of the floor, Columbus Parker. He’s a smart, versatile, high-motor guard prospect with excellent toughness, defensive prowess, and scoring polish from all levels. Parker gets downhill with incredible ease, where he’s an excellent finisher and willing passer, but can also knock down perimeter jumpers at a high percentage. He’s capable of running the team or finding opportunities without the ball and is adaptable to whatever his team needs. Parker is a rugged, overwhelming defender who naturally causes problems for his assignment. He’s able to defend multiple positions and force turnovers at a strong rate. Parker is also a great rebounder, especially for his size/position. Next in his development process is working on his ability to move without the ball, as it would open him up to even more scoring hcances. Coach Brooks on Parker: “Columbus gets downhill at will (relentlessly). He has a push shot but it is effective and hits the rim soft.” Parker was among the top performers at camp and should be a key piece for Lancaster over the foreseeable future.

#113: 6’2 ’26 Jayden Hayden-Barber (South Pointe)

Moving onto a player who simply knows how to overwhelm opponents with his physicality, Jayden Hayden-Barber. He’s a strong, rugged, high-motor wing prospect who looks to get downhill and finish whenever possible. Hayden-Barber is a reliable perimeter shooter but does a great job of attacking the basket, absorbing contact, and converting or getting fouled. He’s a solid passer who looks to make the right play with the ball in his hands. Hayden-Barber defends with excellent energy and forces turnovers with relative ease. He’s also a terrific rebounder who regularly capitalizes on second-chance opportunities. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Brooks on Hayden-Barber: “Jayden is a hard-nosed rebounder who attacks relentlessly. Capable perimeter shooter. Good footwork and timing in the post.” Hayden-Barber made a nice impact during his time at camp and should be a meaningful contributor for South Pointe going forward.

#116: 6’2 ’26 Quh’Mareon Webb (Catawba Ridge)

Continuing onto a player who showcased a lot of appeal on both sides of the ball, Quh’Mareon Webb. He’s a tough, intelligent, high-motor guard prospect with excellent offensive polish, defensive instincts, and leadership qualities. Webb displays the ability to run the team, apply scoring pressure from all levels, and find success in a variety of different roles. He utilizes his quickness to touch the paint seemingly whenever he wants. Webb is a phenomenal all-around defender with the ability to mirror his assignment and force turnovers at a consistent rate. He’s also a terrific threat in transition, both as a scorer and playmaker. Next in his development process is working to improve his rebounding presence, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Brooks on Webb: “Quh’Mareon is extremely active on both ends of the floor. Gets downhill well in the half-court and in transition. Has a great one-dribble pull-up from the midrange.” Webb proved to be an asset at camp and should be a focal point for Catawba Ridge over the coming years.

#124: 6’5 ’26 AJ Jeter (Newberry)

Next, we look at a player who possesses a ton of tools and upside as a long-term prospect, AJ Jeter. He’s a long, wiry, high-motor forward prospect with a blossoming skillset and unselfish approach to the game. Jeter already does a nice job of battling defensively and making his presence felt on the glass. He understands how to seize his opportunities and effectively operate within the framework of the offense. Jeter can finish and knock down the open midrange jumper, but doesn’t look to force it. He’s a great rebounder who does a great job of outworking opponents for extra opportunities. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Brooks on Jeter: “AJ is harnessing his array of tools. He’s shown steady development over the last year. Active shot-blocker and useful rebounder. AJ has the potential to make a big impact in the coming years.” Jeter highlighted some intriguing flashes at camp and will be a prospect to watch progress going forward.

#129: 6’8 ’26 Will Bush (Dorman)

Moving onto a player who simply knows how to produce alongside any collection of teammates, Will Bush. He’s a strong, sturdy, high-motor post prospect with great feel and an unselfish approach to the game on both ends of the floor. Bush is a skilled big man with the ability to finish around the basket, score on the block, and space the floor reliably from midrange or beyond the arc. He absorbs contact well to draw fouls—where he’s able to consistently convert at the line. Bush contains his assignment well defensively and blocks shots at a solid rate. He’s a great two-way rebounder who utilizes his body well to carve out space on the glass. Bush also runs the floor well in transition. Next in his development process is working to get quicker, as it would make him better when recovering or switching onto smaller guards. Coach Brooks on Bush: “Will is a big body with soft touch at the rim, yet can space the floor with his jumper from midrange and beyond the arc. Great screen-setter. Decent footwork around the rim.” Bush did a lot of things well at camp and should maintain his status as a key piece for Dorman over the foreseeable future.

#131: 6’4 ’26 Bryan Brown Jr. (Sumter)

Finishing up, we look at a player who should trend upward over the next calendar year, Bryan Brown Jr. He’s a long, skilled, athletic wing prospect with a terrific combination of IQ, size, and two-way ability. Brown is a reliable ball-handler and playmaker with craftiness and vision. He finishes around the basket, knocks down perimeter jumpers, and makes quality decisions with the ball in his hands. He defends multiple positions and utilizes his blend of length, motor, and instincts to force turnovers. Brown is also a phenomenal rebounder who consistently outworks his assignment on the glass. Next in his development process is getting stronger, as it would only make him more difficult for opponents to contain. Coach Brooks on Brown: “Bryan is very active on the boards from the guard position. Has great size for his skillset. Crafty finisher around the rim and a capable three-point shooter.” Brown made an excellent impact during his time at camp and has the tools to emerge as a noteworthy prospect sooner than later.