2024 Lewis Walker (WS Christian): Walker was tremendous on Day 1, leading his team in a big way for a win against TBS.  Walker showcased his full arsenal in his game, making strong play after strong play, being physical around the paint and with opponents, but also showing how nimble he is on the court in making plays off the bounce.

2024 Gage Lattimore (Ben L. Smith): It was a gritty and tough game on Day 1, but Lattimore did what he needed to do to help lead his team to a strong victory at home. Lattimore continues to flourish as a player that can knock down shots from outside, but also was strong in putting pressure on the defense and getting to the line consistently. Hit some big shots in the win on Day 1, and helped lead the charge on Day 2.

2027 Lincoln Vinson (Cannon): Vinson was one who simply competed and did what was needed for his team to secure the victory. Though just a freshman, he plays like an experienced guard and should be one that leads this team in the future. A competitor and gritty player, he was able to knock down shots with confidence and played excellently on the boards on Day 1.

2024 Jayden Harris (Salisbury): The Wake Forest commit is such an intriguing prospect in what he could ultimately be in the ACC; he has the size that you love and a fluid, confident release from deep.† But he was also to create strong, get inside the defense, finish over defenders, and show his ability to create as well. He only backed up a strong Day 1 with an impressive Day 2 when he led the way with 29 points.

2025 Christian Ananaba (SE Raleigh): The 6í4 prospect was able to capture the eyes of our scouts with his overall impact on the court. He was able to impact the game on both ends of the floor, showing his versatile skillset, his defensive anticipation, good vision and athleticism, and active on the boards.† He filled up the stat sheet for his team on Day 2.

2024 Ari Fulton (Westover): Fulton, who is committed to NJIT already, continued to flourish with his versatility on the court.† He does a great job in making plays off the bounce, creating for himself and others.† He is the true leader for this team and has the size to back it up.† Incredibly active both offensively and defensively and can fill up the stat sheet.

2026 Dane Cassada (Calvary Day): There isnít much we can say about Cassada that hasnít already been said. He produces, he competes, and he continues to be a consistent leader for his team. Strong feel and understanding for the game, reliable guard that impacts the game by scoring and facilitating, and shows strong court awareness.

2024 Alik Lewis (Shining Light Academy): Lewis is one who showcased his offensive capabilities, being crafty with the ball, creating off the bounce, showing quality vision, and scoring the ball effectively for his team. Time after time, he was able to create and be aggressive, getting to his spots, making shots off the catch and bounce, and be a confident scorer all throughout.

2024 Will Otto (Greensboro Day): Otto was tremendous in leading his team to a tough victory, scoring 23 big points and needing every single one. He came out strong and aggressively attacked the defense, finding ways to connect and get to the free-throw line, score strong through defenders, and getting to his spots. Was a true leader on the court and made game-winning plays.

2024 J3 Swindell (Caldwell Academy): This is now back-to-back events for Swindell, putting up impressive numbers and being an assertive presence on the court. Not only did he find his outside shot in on Day 2, but he also did a strong job in finding teammates, rebounding, and being an overall presence for his team.† He continues to have a strong senior campaign.

2024 Richard Goods (Grimsley): Though it was a tough night for his team, Goods continues to show that he is one of the more underrated forwards that is left unsigned here in North Carolina. Physical, strong, athletic forward who racked up a double-double; he just has a knack for the ball down in the paint, battles hard and embraces physicality, and also has nice timing defensively in blocking/altering shots.

2024 Isaiah Sanders (HP Christian): Sanders continues to flourish as a leader for this team, as he shows just how smart, unselfish, and efficient he can be as a point guard.† Such a strong creator and scorer from multiple levels, he is a scrappy defender and continues to make progress in his overall game, which should only allow him to catch more eyes his way.