Here are five names from the Summer Jam Session I to watch out for.

6' 2020 Evan Johnson
Word of God (Raleigh, NC)

Johnson has been a starter for Word of God for two years. Yes, he is only going into the 10th grade, so Johnson is primed for a big year. The team is finally his, until now he has been playing alongside high major talented point guards such as Jalen Harris (Arkansas) and Blake Harris (Missouri). Now the ball will be in Johnson's hands and the early returns were great. He makes good decisions with a confident handle and deep range on his jump shot.

6' 2018 CJ Cappuccio
Bishop McGuinness (Kernersville, NC)

Cappuccio showed to be a confident and dead-eye shooter with deep range. He showed that off throughout the day with games of 26 points, 13 points and 23 points. He was able to get into the lane and scored in the mid-range as well too. It will be interesting to see what his recruitment brings, without question he can score the ball.

6'5' 2018 Torey James
Hickory HS (Hickory, NC)

James is a new name to add to the list and one who should start to garner multiple Division 1 offers in July. He can hurt you from all over the floor and in the first game he played yesterday, it showed just this. James went into half time with 4 made 3s and 5 assists. He can score at all 3 levels and he has incredible vision.

6'6' 2018 Isaiah Bigelow
Smith HS (Greensboro, NC)

Bigelow may be one of the most under the radar shooting guards in the state of North Carolina. He has great size and length to go along with his ability to score the ball. He has great shot prep to go with deep range and a confident release. He can put it on the floor for one and two dribbles and is able to do somethings in transition as well. With claimed offers from UNF and Western Carolina we will be eager to see how his offer sheet grows moving forward.

6'2' 2019 Jackson Gabriel
Lincoln Charter (Denver, NC)

Gabriel is a flat out, dead-eye shooter. He has some swagger and moxie to his game, but there is no question he can shoot it. Gabriel started the day off with a 26 point showing against a very long and athletic Ben L. Smith team. He kept the hot hand going throughout the day. Watch him closely, he will have some games that he explodes for a ton of points and the defending state champion will win a lot of games.

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