Posted On: 03/30/18 10:38 AM
Kris’Shawn Hickman – Darlington HS
Hickman has all the tools to be a player if he can just stay focus on and off the floor. Hickman 6’4 wing player really excels in the transition game. Hickman is a extremely quick leaper off the floor and can finish above the rim when given the opportunity. Hickman will need to entertain junior college options for next season. Hickman averaged 8.2 ppg and 4.9 rebounds this season for the Falcons.
Nick Stewart – West Florence HS (pictured on front)
Stewart played really well today and played hard on both ends of the floor. Stewart 6’3 scored the ball at all 3 levels today in the camp. Stewart likes to play fast and get out in transition and score some cheapies in the process. Stewart averaged 13.2 ppg and 8.2 rebounds for the Knights this past season. Stewart will need to entertain junior college options for next season.
Zy Scott – Belton-Honea Path HS
Scott 6’3 has the ability to create off the bounce. Scott hit several mid-range jumpers today and showed a great mid-range game. Scott dove on the floor on several occasions today and was always in position at the right time.
Dijon Goss – Carvers Bay HS
Goss 6’5 really came into his own this season for the Bears. The Bears finished the year at (24-3) and lost in the Class 2A State Championship Game to Gray Collegiate. Goss really defends the passing lanes well and rebounds on both sides of the floor. Goss averaged 14.5 ppg and 10.3 rebounds this season for the Bears.
Goss was a All-State Selection for Football and Basketball this year. Goss will more than likely need to entertain junior college options for next season.
O’Neil McBride – Myrtle Beach HS
McBride 6’7 moves really well and shows deceptive athleticism on the floor. McBride has a long wingspan to play the passing lanes. McBride knocked down a few three pointers today. McBride is versatile enough to defend a post or play out on the perimeter. McBride a solid student academically – might look to entertain prep school options. McBride averaged 10 ppg and 9 rebounds this season for the Seahawks.
Calvin Mathis – Aiken HS (pictured on front)
Mathis recently committed to USC-Salkehatchie. Mathis has a great physically mature frame on him. Mathis 6’5 can play some point guard at times. Mathis connected on a few three pointers today. Mathis plays all out when on the floor. Mathis averaged averaged 10.3 ppg and 5.1 rebounds this season for the Fighting Green Hornets.