Posted On: 03/31/18 6:19 PM
The 17U Juice All-Stars (NC Stephenson) will be back on the Adidas silver gauntlet and will look to have a big time season this year as they bring in some nice pieces as well as returning some former players from younger squads. With an alumni list of a high amount of players that are performing well at the college level, Juice has been a program that college coaches have become very familiar with. Listed below is the team roster as well as some extra information about a few of the team’s players that we have seen recently.
6’0 (PG) Tynias Peace 2019- He brings a business like demeanor whenever you see him on the court, there won’t be too much smiling or joking around but plenty of production. His ability to score the ball, defends and facilitate as well as his leadership will make him a huge part of this squad.
5’10 (PG) Jahsiah Hawkins-Davis 2019
6’8 (PF) Kharye Cayne 2020- With his height and wingspan, he is a very intriguing prospect at the forward spot. Although he has a slender frame, he has a lot of the tools that you like to see in a prospect and he still has plenty of time to add muscle. Will be one to keep a close eye on over the next few months.
5’9 (G) Treasure Smith Unsigned Senior
6’ (G) Eli Hudson 2019 – We have had the opportunity to watch him quite a few times over the past few years and he continues to improve. He can knock down the deep ball and plays hard, the key for him is playing with confidence throughout.
6’1 (G) Jalen Anderson 2019
6’2 (G) Christian Johnson 2019
6’10 (C) Joshuah Clayton 2019 – Every team needs height and at 6’10 he brings that to the table for this squad. Rebounding, blocking shots, and setting good screens to free up the guards will be where he makes the most impact for this squad.
6’5 (G) Traegen Smith 2019
6’1 (G) Ivan Cleveland 2019
6’5 (G) Dillon Butler 2019 – Has a nice game overall and with the proper amount of work, he can be a very solid college prospect. Good height for a player that spends time on the wing, has the ability to knock down the trey ball.
5’9 (PG) Kam-Ron Humphrey 2019
6’6 (SF) Isaiah Lewis Unsigned Senior