Fayetteville Academy has Talent to be Found
We have said it countless times before but it is worth repeating… college coaches need to check out Fayetteville Academy and the talent they bring to the court. 2024 Xavier Johnson and 2024 Derrick Green are two scholarship-worthy players who can score and be effective in their own ways. And 2026 Jossiah Johnson should earn more looks his way with his strength and physicality at his position. Watch out more for this team this year.
Stop Overlooking Carmel Christian
With changes and a new roster at Carmel Christian, many may not be knowing what this team will look like but if you know the players on the roster and the staff they have, this is a team that will be right there in the mix once again. This is a program that has plenty of talent, led by 2025 Bryce Slay, 2024 Kameron Taylor, 2026 Cody Peck, and others. Slay and Taylor continue to show they can fill it up, while Peck brings size down low. And that doesn’t mention the others surrounding them that bring a balanced attack.
2026 Dane Cassada looks to lead Calvary Day
A player that we have highlighted time after time, 2026 Dane Cassada’s time is now, and he isn’t shying away from being in the spotlight. The 6’3 prospect will be the go-to guy for Calvary Day this season, as he will be able to show his full offensive arsenal, his ability to be physical but also knock down shots, and also get others involved. His time is now and it looks like he is ready to lead this team this year. Expect a big season from this young man.
2026 Josiah Sanders is the real deal
Sanders is already a highly-touted player here in North Carolina, ranked in the Top-10 for his class but getting another glimpse of this young man, it was easy to see that Sanders is the real deal. Sanders’ blend of size, skillset, feel, and scoring ability is so intriguing and there is plenty of room for growth. His court awareness and vision was impressive, along with his scoring inside and out and rebounding, Sanders offers a lot and he should have some of the top college programs looking his way quickly.