Fab 40 Standouts: Wings & Forwards

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 03/29/18 9:00 PM

James Kenan HS Unsigned Senior Forward Jareem Lovette: His play during this event helped his stock in a major way which was pretty evident as he picked up his first offer two days after camp ended. At 6’7 his ability to slash to the basket, play up-tempo and make plays above the rim are why colleges at the next level should be giving him a call.

Cape Fear Christian Unsigned Senior Forward Milos Galogaza: The way the game is played these days with teams shooting the trey ball a lot more, Milos is a player that should be getting a high amount of calls from colleges. He’s 6’8 with a college level physique, can knock down the trey ball at a good rate and is getting more comfortable going inside the paint.

Terry Sanford Unsigned Senior Wing Gabe Harbison: There is a lot to like about Gabe as he is a player that brings very nice effort on the defensive end of the floor and doesn’t necessarily need plays ran for him. He understands how to play with other good players so the adjustment going on to the college level shouldn’t be much of an issue for him.

Westover HS Unsigned Senior Forward/Center Edmund Scott: His time in NC has been pretty short but the growth he has displayed since the first time we say him has been solid. You can tell he spends a good amount of time working on his post moves and is a very coachable player, schools that need some size that doesn’t have to come in a put up big numbers right away should scoop him up.

Clinton HS Unsigned Senior Wing Dewan Lesense: If there is a player with a higher motor than this young man in the state, then I will need to take a look at them for myself. He rebounds the ball at a nice rate and is what we would call a slashing type of player, he gets by his man and to the basket in a hurry. Schools at the D2 level should be hitting him up, as we feel as though he can come in to a program and make an early impact.

Edenton Holmes Junior Wing Ckaviyon Everett: One of, if not the highest jumpers in the state without a doubt. When he gets the opportunity he puts on an absolute show with how high he can get off the ground and the ferocity he finishes dunks with. He’s far from just a dunker, he can score the ball nicely inside the paint and he knocked down some midrange shots throughout the day.