2021 6’2 Michael Gray (Blue Ridge): Getting the first glance at Gray, once certainly came away impressed with the junior guard. He absolutely screams toughness as a point guard, with his ability to break down defenders one-on-one, play through contact, and score from each level. His recruitment should certainly be on the rise, as a program will be getting a physical guard that plays with a determination.
2022 6’8 Maliq Brown (Blue Ridge): Only a sophomore, Brown is still figuring out his full potential. However, you have to like what you see early on with his mobility on both ends, the ability to put it on the floor and finish around the rim. The upside for this young man is big and he certainly will only grow in the Blue Ridge program.
2021 6’3 Isaiah Folkes (Middleburg): Even though it was a tough time for Middleburg, one can see what coaches like about Folkes. His change of speed and direction is absolutely tough to keep in front and he is wired to score, whether it is finding those angles and getting to the rim or pulling up.
2021 6’4 Angelo Brizzi (Highland): Brizzi is a fun prospect to watch, especially in the open floor with how he can create, get to the basket, and create contact allowing him to get to the line multiple times. He plays at a fast-pace, showing off his vision the full length of the floor. He doesn’t lack the confidence in his game and brings a unique craft to the floor.
2020 6’1 Jordan Battle (Norfolk Collegiate): His name fits his style because he battles on the court. He looks and fights through contact, finishing well at the rim but also doesn’t force his game. He is a three-level scorer and he lit it up, playing big and being a leader on his way to 34 points and the win.