6 Unsigned Seniors To See!

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Posted On: 03/20/18 5:11 PM

Voyager Academy Wing Jordan Love: Love currently holds offers from Chowan University and Coppin State University, At 6’5 with the ability to score and a nice wingspan, he is one to keep a close eye on. He’s shown throughout the years that he can score the ball at a high rate and averaged 20 points a night this season.

John Paul HS Omar Payton: Although he has played out of position in high, he has still made a nice impact which can be seen by the numbers he is putting up. He averaged 13 points and 9 rebounds a night while helping his team achieve a record just above .500.  What impresses me the most about him is the level of energy he plays with, he doesn’t take any plays off and leaves it all on the floor.

Winston Salem Prep Guard Corey Rutherford: What is there not to like about this young man? He’s 6’4 with a calm demeanor that can flat out shoot it. This weekend was the first time that I personally got a chance to get a close look at him and he was very impressive, schools in the CIAA should offering or any D2/LM program that needs a shooter.

Piedmont Classical Guard Brian Free: His height may be something that causes folks to overlook him but at the end of the day, this young man can flat out play. He doesn’t back down from any matchup, he can knock down the deep ball and brings a high amount of energy on the defensive end of the court.

Mount Zion Forward/Center Auguste Ominu: Skillset wise he is still somewhat raw but physique wise he is already a player that looks as if he is in a college program. For a place that looks to play inside out, and in the half court, he would be a very nice addition.

Cape Fear Christian Forward/Center Daniel Lobach: With a high GPA, 6’7, and nice upside, he is one that colleges should be keeping an eye on as a nice late pickup. His ability to rebound the ball at a solid rate as well as playing with a high motor will be some of the factors that allow him to come in and contribute to a college program early on.