6’6 Matthew Warren of Upward Stars Pee Dee 16U had an incredible game to start the day. Absolutely dominated in the paint, finished consistently. Rebounded the ball very well on both sides of the ball. Has the ability to push the ball on the break and make correct reads. As a 2023 kid, he already has the height length and body that college coaches look for. The most impressive part of his game was the way he stayed vertical on defense and didn’t foul. Has a ton of potential and upside and will definitely be one for college coaches to write down on their list.
6’9 Sasha Letino of NLPB204 17U gets more and more impressive as I watch him. Hes super long and really runs the floor. Has the ability to play the stretch four and the 5. Has a great feel for the game and moves very well for his size. Has a soft touch on his jumper and showed the ability to make open shots. Down low, he uses his length alongside an arsenal of post moves that allow him to be hard to guard. Defensively, moves his feet well and uses his length to change shots in the paint. College Coaches definitely need to take notice, Scholarship-Level Player!
6’4 Josh Scovens of NL Disciples 16U lit it up this morning. Scored the ball very well on all three levels and was head and shoulders above his competition. Has a great body and frame that will be very attractive to college coaches. Gets to his spots and can really shoot the ball. Knocked down 4 3’s and finished with an efficient 23 points.
5’10 Aaron Potter of Carolina Rising Stars has a tremendous feel for the game. Really high IQ guard who has great court vision. Sets his teammates up in a great position to score. Handles the ball well and can really get downhill. Showed the ability to stroke it from three as well. Really changes the game with his passing ability, makes his teammates better.
6’10 Jaydin Spillman-Martin of Carolina Rising Stars 17U can flat out play. Is very fluid for his size and has a good skill set. Rebounds the ball very well and has the handle to be able to push it in transition. Finishes very well in the paint and also has a great shooting touch. With his skill set, height, and length college coaches should be all over him. Has a very high potential!
6’1 Ca’Darrius Sowell of Upward Stars Pee Dee 16U really scores the ball. Plays the game at his own pace and has a quick first step. Handles the ball well and really gets to his spots. Scores the ball from all three levels. Gets downhill and really causes problems for the defense. Draws contact and gets to the free-throw line.