Max Preps rated the 3rd Annual Hoops and Dreams Showcase as one of the Nation’s top events this season for a reason. There were 5 teams nationally ranked as well as 13 players who were ranked among the nation’s top prospects, to say the talent was immense would be an understatement. Living up to the hype of the stage provided, these players showed out, with some of the very best performances North Carolina has seen to date.

Here is how the performances ranked … Keep in mind when reading this, this list is NOT projecting players and some of these guys played 2 games and some only one, but we took the collective whole of the player’s performance at the event …

1. 6’3” 2021 Terquavion Smith – Farmville Central (NC State)

2. 6’8” 2020 Jaemyn Brakefield – Huntington Prep (Duke)

3. 6’10” 2020 Isaiah Todd – Word of God (Michigan)

4. 6’3” 2020 Zavian McLean – Village Christian (Columbia)

5. 6’6” 2020 Ricky Council IV – Southern Durham (Unsigned)

6. 6’1” 2020 Justin Wright – Farmville Central (NC Central)

7. 6’4” 2020 AJ Hoggard – Huntington Prep (Michigan State)

8. 6’1” 2020 Jajuan Carr – Pender HS (Unsigned)

9. 6’2” 2020 Kellen Tynes – Rothesay Netherwood (Unsigned)

10.. 6’5” 2020 Dji Bailey – Greenfield School (Wake Forest)

11. 6’5” 2022 Jalen Hood Schifino – Combine Academy

12. 6’5” 2021 Jayden Doyle – Freedom Christian

13. 6’6” 2020 Reggie Raynor – Northwood Temple (Unsigned)

14. 6’ 2020 Shakeel Moore – Moravian Prep (NC State)

15. 6’8” 2020 Josh Hall – Moravian Prep (NC State)

17. 6’3” 2021 Jaden Cooper – Wayne Country Day

18. 6’2 2021 Brayon Freeman – Huntington Prep

19. 6’3” 2021 Jacob Hukins – GRACE Christian

20. 6’3” 2022 Po’Boigh King – Word of God

21. 6’10” 2020 Isaiah Cottrell – Huntington Prep (West Virginia)

22. 6’6” 2020 Kahari Rogers – Liberty Heights (Unsigned)

23. 6’2” 2020 Emmanuel Bonsu – Cape Fear Academy (Unsigned)

24. 6’5” 2021 Sam Alamutu – Rothesay Netherwood

T-25. 5’10” 2022 Cam Oates – Trinity Christian

T- 25. 6’4” 2020 Jaden Scriven – Fayetteville Christian (Unsigned)