Team Charlotte 2021

5'10 '21 Jordan McPhatter- The pass-first point guard has been doing his usual thing here early, creating off the bounce and making plays in space. He scores pretty well around the basket, especially given his size, but also shoots the ball at an efficient clip from beyond the arc. Few players can match the natural feel for the game that McPhatter displays on a game-to-game basis.


5'11 '21 Tony Waters- The combo-guard has gradually emerged as one of the most reliable scorers for this team over the last year. He provides this squad with a lead-by-example type of presence on both ends of the floor. Waters is a quality scorer on all three levels and does a solid job of moving his feet on defense.


6'2 '21 Jeremiah Campbell- The stocky, strong-bodied big man has been barreling down opponents and scoring whenever he wants inside the paint. Campbell uses his body well to clear out space on rebounds and offensive possessions.


5'9 '21 Jalen Hinton- The combo-guard continues to be one of the most exciting players throughout the Team Charlotte organization, given his craftiness and phenomenal scoring ability. Hinton has a great feel for the game and it shows whenever he looks to create; he utilizes unique angles and provides a strong secondary creator behind McPhatter.


Team Vision-NC

5'11 '21 Kavan Horton- The guard prospect was the most effective player for Team Vision throughout their first contest of the day. He was their primary ball-handler, scorer, and creator for others. Horton shot the ball well from distance, but didn't have enough support to outlast Team Charlotte in this one.


6'8 '21 Tariq Underwood- There is a lot of upside with this big man, who possesses a massive physique to go with his solid feel around the basket. Underwood lacks polish on offense, but he finishes decently well inside and consistently fights hard on the glass. If Underwood begins showing more aggression, there's no telling what he could do.


5'11 '21 Collin Mills- The guard wasn't overly dominant in this contest, but he did make a lot of great plays, especially without the ball. Mills plays really hard and disrupted plenty of action on the defensive end of the floor with his active motor.


Team Charlotte 2020

6'2 '20 Ford Cooper- The high IQ guard was one of the top decision-makers on display throughout the day, aggressively making plays for others and still applying a strong amount of pressure as a scorer. Cooper affects the game incredibly well for a point guard and has a lot of translatable skills for the next level.


6'2 '20 Perez Bowser- We've seen Bowser a lot, but this could honestly be the best environment for him, where he's playing high-level defense and controlling action in transition. He can score really well, and his consistency continues to improve, which should lead to him taking an expanded offensive role on this team.


6'8 '20 Jordan Wildy- The long-bodied big man has a lot of tools to work with, on both ends of the floor. He's very intriguing and already makes a huge impact on defense, through use of his length and overall rim-protection abilities. Wildy moves his feet extremely well in space and looks comfortable defending the perimeter. Watch for continuous improvement with this young man.


6'7 '20 Anjay Cortez- We saw the big man with United Faith earlier last month, but he arguably looked better in this setting with Team Charlotte. He's long and displays a high level of comfort on defense, where he's able to effectively get stops on the perimeter or at the rim. Cortez has terrific upside as a two-way prospect, but especially on offense, given his relatively slight frame and strong feel for the game.


NC Red Storm

6'4 '20 Holden Buchanan- Though undersized, the big man does an all-around excellent job inside the paint. He plays strong, fundamental basketball with a lot of screen-setting and off-ball movement. Buchanan is patient and has the ability to score or make plays whenever he wants. His rebounding was one of the main things keeping Red Storm in this contest.


6'0 '20 Ta'Shaun Alexander- The long-armed wing prospect does a terrific job of affecting all facets of the game. He is strong and gets downhill with relative ease on offense; he has a nice ability to make plays, but does most of his work without the ball, and usually looks to attack in transition. Alexander was the best defender on the floor in this game.