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6'4 2019 #15 DyQuans Wilkins (20 pts) (ENC)

Wilkins had a game high 20 in an impressive win to kick off the travel ball season in style, Wilkins set the tone on both ends for his side from jump ball. Wilkins is long and athletic at 6'4 he attacked a small front line that lacked a true shot blocker.

Wilkins can finish with either hand and he absorbs contact at the cup, the jumpshot is still developing but Wilkins did look comfortable from mid range. Wilkins doesn't have much recruitment activity so this summer could be big for the young wing.

6'3 2019 #21 Jaden Scriven '(19 pts) (ENC)

Team ENC was full of long athletic wing prospects and Scriven was another one that left a mark on this contest, Scriven scored the rock at all three levels and blocked a handful of shots on the defensive end. Scriven plays a lot bigger than 6'3 which provides a luxury of versatility on the floor, Scriven is an efficient player every move he makes on the floor leads to something bigger. He's also an above average rebounder at the guard position, defensively he guarded one- four versus a undersized Heat squad.

6'4 2019 Javon Outlaw (13 pts) (NC Heat)

Outlaw was a bright spot for the Heat, he proved capable of knocking down tough shots and when his side got down he never let up. At 6'4 Outlaw was the biggest player for the Heat and he had a tall task of battling down low against a deep collection of athletes. Outlaw held his own and provided a solid option down low for the Heat, late in the game he sparked a run with a tough and one finish at the cup.

6'0 2019 Devin Vison (5 pts) (6 ast) (NC Heat)

Vison is a big bodied floor general with a solid handle and superb court vision, his pinpoint passing will be relied on throughout the season for this group. You assume he's a forward based on the eye test but this kid can move and Vison is surprisingly effective in the open floor. Vison has a high motor on both ends and he's a extremely physical defender.

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