What an action packed day 1. With games starting at 1120, by 11 there was already a line of college coaches out the door and we were able to maintain between 60 and 125 coaches in the gym at all times throughout day 1.

What an action packed day 1. With games starting at 1120, by 11 there was already a line of college coaches out the door and we were able to maintain between 60 and 125 coaches in the gym at all times throughout day 1. With Head Coaches from the likes of South Carolina, Virginia Tech, Clemson, George Mason, Winthrop and others sitting courtside the action was non-stop.

The list of top players could have easily topped 15, but we did our best to get it down to 5 (and 5 more)'

6’6 ’18 Aaron Nesmith
TMP (SC)

Nesmith has grown himself into one of the premier scorers in the region. A sure fire high major and Top 125 prospect, Nesmith has all the tools and measurables of a high level shooting guard. Standing 6'6' with a 7'2' wing span, Nesmith is a 3-level score and above the rim athlete. The likes of South Carolina, Florida, Vanderbilt are among his 33 offers, many more high majors are sure to come.

6’5 ’18 Coby White (UNC Commit)
CP3 (NC)

White may be THE premier scorer in the country. In fact, he had high major coaches on the sidelines tonight talking about White may end up as an NBA player. He lived up to his recent 247Sports ranking of #12 pouring in 30 points, scoring in every way possible. He's a highest level shooting guard.

6’6 ’18 Jordan Miller
D1SA Spartans Elite (VA)

Miller averaged 23 points, 9 boards and 2.5 assists this season leading his high school team to a 30-1 record and its first ever state title. The 6'6' shooting guard has a complete game, very efficient scoring he is very unselfish on the ball displaying great vision. Tip dunks, pull up mid-range shots, 3-pointers, the full arsenal was on display. Mid to High Majors need to be in to see.

6’1 ’18 Chris Barnette
NC Runnin Rebels (NC)

In a game that featured no less than 11 scholarship players (including multiple players with HM offers) it was Barnette that was the best player on the floor. Playing the point guard, he finished with 23 points, 6 assists, 1 turnover and the win. He is a dead eye shooter, he does not turn the ball over and he plays stiffling on the ball defense. Barnette is a Division 1 guard and coaches need to start getting involved.

6’2 ’18 Dewan Lesene
Carolina Magic (NC)

Lesene finished his first game of the event with a 33 point outburt. We use the word outburst loosely, as he has been scoring 20+ throughout July so far. Lesene is a rugged defender who loves doing the tough guy stuff. He is a good defender from his position and is relentless in his downhill attack from the wing. He is a scholarship level player.

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