We breakdown several of the top matchups that will have all eyes on them in Greensboro. Here, we take a look at the post matchups.

 

The North Carolina Top 80 has quickly established itself as the state's most prestigious showcase camp. A great part of this game is all the names that you know are in attendance, but there are a lot of kids that earned their way to the camp by having a great season, or a great NC Phenom 150 camp. These kids come in with something to prove, and provide great matchups.

Coming into an event where the majority of players will earn scholarships to play basketball in college, it can be overwhelming. Here we will look at some match ups that may pique your interest.

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Iran Bennett – Morgan McKay – Edrice Adebayo – Osinachi Smart

6'9' Junior Iran Bennett (Mt Zion) – Bennet is a known commodity in this area. He is a load offensively as he tips the scales over 300 lbs. He is strong and has good feet and great hands. Bennett is a tough match up for most

6'8' Sophomore Morgan McKay (Christ School) – McKay is a tough kid on the boards, who rebounds his area well. On offense, he has touch in the paint and is able to stretch the floor with his range.

6'9' Sophomore Edrice Adebayo (Pinetown Northside) – Adebayo is blessed with hitting the genetic lottery. He has a powerful frame, long arms, and great explosion. Adebayo's offense is expanding to the high post, and defensively he may be the best post defender in the county. Adebayo is a Top 10 player nationally, and should get voted to the McDonald's All American Game

6'7' Junior Osinachi Smart (New Garden Friends) – Smart is the younger brother of Buffalo Freshman Ikenna Smart. Osinachi is blessed with a strong and powerful frame. He is a great rebound in and out of his area and attempts to tear the rim off the backboard any and every chance he has.