Jordon Nevill

2023 Jordon Nevill (East Meck):

If I’m looking for a player still available in the class of 2023 that can be a huge threat from behind the arc, then 2023 Jordon Nevill is on top of my list and it is almost easy to see.  This is a young man so far this season, is posting averages of 23.3ppg, has hit 109 3-pointers this season (so far), and hitting 48 percent from behind the arc.  And this isn’t just a great year for the senior guard, as he is coming off a junior season in which he hit over 120 3-pointers at nearly 50 percent.  Averaging nearly five 3-pointers a game this year, Nevill easily could be a great weapon for a program needing a shooter with range.

2023 Julius Harrison (Piedmont Classical):

On the season, Harrison has been hitting 45 percent of his shots from behind the arc, and he will finish with over 100 made threes on the season.  Averaging 3.1 made 3-pointers per game, Harrison is an interesting prospect due to his 6’6 frame, his ability to be versatile in his scoring, and his ability to rise over defenders and knock down shots. 

2023 Eli Clark (Metrolina Christian):

Clark is a player that I believe should get more looks with what he has shown this season. Not only has he been filling it up, helping run the show, and showcasing his versatile scoring ability.  But he is also showing how much of a threat he can be from behind the arc, hitting over 90 3-pointers already but also being a dynamic guard that can make plays off the dribble.  Clark has been superb this season, averaging 22.5ppg for Metrolina Christian, and he is still a player that is available for programs.

2023 Jakel Powell (Raleigh Christian Academy):

I’ve been impressed with Powell this season, each time I’ve had a chance to see him.  Powell brings the size at 6’5 that you have to like but you can also see that he has continually improved with his outside shooting. On the season (according to MaxPreps), Powell ranks 7th in the state among seniors with 72 made 3-pointers, but also can get to the rim with his athleticism and get to his spots for his mid-range game. 

2023 Nick Dorn (Chambers):

Another unsigned senior that continues to go under the radar is 2023 6’5 Nick Dorn at Chambers.  Now that he has the floor, Dorn has stepped up for his team as a clear leader for this team and he has shown countless of times that he can get red-hot from behind the arc and torch the nets when he gets going.  Dorn has really elevated more of his overall game but you know the one thing that you will get with him; his outside shooting. He checks off many boxes already: college-ready frame, ability to score, athletic, and a threat from the perimeter.