These were five names you don’t want to miss at the Bojangles Bash

6'4' 2017 Jalek Felton (UNC Signee)
Gray Collegiate (Columbia, SC)
Felton is an incredibly gifted player. So much so that when he is playing at his best, there are few players in the country who are as offensively gifted as he is. Felton went for 30 points, including the game winning 3-pointer in the win, but it was how he did it. Felton took over in the second half going for 26 points going 10-14 from the field. It was an incredible performance.

6'7' 2018 Keyshawn Bryant
Huntington Prep (Huntington, WV)
Bryant is among the elite sky-walkers in the country. The lefty jumps as if he has been shot out of a cannon. Of his 10 field goals, 8 were dunks, and not normal dunks jaw-dropping crowd favorite dunks. What also impressed about Bryant was his ability to defend. Bryant sat down on multiple positions, and has the look of a guy who will averaged multiple steals and blocks per game at the next level. Bryant finished with 26 points on 10-13 field goals with 5 boards and 3 steals.

6' Unsigned Senior Donald Flores
Abraham Lincoln (New York, NY)
Flores is your typical tough and gritty city guard. He has a bullish downhill handle and the ability to score the ball at multiple levels. There are some similarities with former West Virginia guard (also from New York) Truck Bryant. Flores finished with 21 points on 6-12 FG and 4-6 from 3. He also added 3 steals and 2 assists.

6'2' Unsigned Senior Tariq Simmons
Keenan HS (Columbia, SC)
Simmons showed a lot of moxie and a high basketball IQ. He has great length and a natural feel for the game as a 2-way player. Simmons showed the ability to be a terror on defense, as he has very quick feet and active, lengthy, arms. Simmons finished with 23 points on 9-16 field goals. He also added 5 boards and 4 steals in the win.

6'6' 2019 Juwan Gary
Gray Collegiate (Columbia, SC)
Gary is a Top 30 player in the 2019 class and he played like that here. He showed the ability to finish at multiple levels. In this showdown with Huntington Prep, Gary also showed the ability to mix it up on the boards and defensively on the blocks. Gary finished with 20 points on 7-12 FG with 9 boards.