Posted On: 12/20/17 2:10 PM
Smithfield-Selma Guard Kavon Ward: Every team needs a shooter and that is just one of the attributes that Kavon brings to the table. He can score in various ways and fits well in an up-tempo style offense, on the defensive end he brings a high amount of effort to go along with his lateral quickness.
Westover HS Forward Jalin Thorne: His numbers won’t jump out at you but he’s 6’7-6’8 with a very nice skillset and has been very well coached. He has a soft touch around the rim and he has the ability to step out to shoot the ball from midrange and three point land.
Cape Fear Christian Forward Milos Galogaza: If you’re looking for a back to the basket type of player then Milos is not your guy. Instead he brings the new age style of big man to the court with his ability to knock down the trey ball at a nice rate and stretch the floor.
West Forsyth Center Ben Uloko: He’s another player that has statistical numbers that won’t jump out at you but his potential and ceiling is impressive. At 6’7 with a strong body and solid athletic ability, you can see why college coaches at the D1 and D2 levels are keeping an eye on him at.
Northside-Jax Point Guard Kenny Dye: All he does is win, win, and win. Kenny has logged heavy minuets for Northside for the last few years, which includes a state championship last year. This season he has picked up right where he left off averaging 14 points, 6 Assist, 5 rebounds and 2 steals per contest.
Terry Sanford HS Wing Holt Walker: At 6’5 with an ability to shoot the deep ball, he would be a nice pickup for a program that plays the run and gun style or a school that needs a good catch and shoot guy. Lower D2 programs as well as NAIA or D3s should be on him already.
Cape Fear HS Forward Myron Williams: He started off the season somewhat slow but has picked it up lately as the competition has only gotten tougher. He battles inside for rebounds but also has the skillset to step out and make plays from the wing and short corners offensively.