Team Vision is universally thought of as one of North Carolina’s most consistent AAU programs. Every year they have multiple players for multiple levels. The program, based in Western North Carolina, may have their deepest team yet.

With a depth of players from the 2018 to 2020 classes they truly have talent that D1 programs, D2 programs, D3 programs and Juco programs should be very excited about.

6’5” 2019 Asanti Price
Eau Claire HS (SC)

Price is a new name for colleges around the region to start following. It was first his showing at the NC Phenom 150 Session 2 exposure camp and then following that up with a standout performance at Phenom’s Opening. Price has lengthy and projectable frame at 6’5”. He shoots well from beyond the arc and he plays a good pace with ball skills. D1 programs should be excited about watching this one.

6’ 2019 Raishaun Brown
Asheville Christian (NC)
Offers: Western Carolina

Brown has the ball on a string and is able to get where he wants on the floor. He navigates his way well in the paint and he has a nice mid range game with a crafty floater package. Already carrying a D1 offer, he is another one that D1 programs will enjoy watching throughout April.

6’8” Unsigned Senior Anthony Flagler
Eau Claire HS (SC)

Flagler is a physical specimen. He stands 6’8” with a 7’ wing span. Flagler is a very good run and jump athlete and he has three point range that extends beyond the arc, off the catch. Flagler is new to the game, but has the utmost upside and is getting better by the day. D1s will want to look closely and think about what he could…will…be.

6’8” Unsigned Senior Justin Tene
Asheville Christian (NC)

Tene is a big and strong post player. He has great length, but what stands out the most about him is his hands. He has soft, very passer friendly hands. Tene is a strong area rebounder and sets great screens and rolls with a purpose. Tene seemingly finishes everything at the rim, very productive player. Scholarship coaches will want to see him.

Other Players Scholarship Schools Need to Watch
6’2” 2019 Brandon Aumiller
Mountain Heritage HS (NC)

6’3” 2020 Tyler McKinney
Asheville Christian (NC)