PSB Elite 17U Preview

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 03/21/18 9:32 AM

Pro Skills Basketball has always had one of the premier programs in the state of North Carolina and this year is no different. In this column we take a look at their 17 year old team and what the roster has in store for this AAU season.

Jaron Williams-The former Longwood signee is back on the market and is hoping a strong showing with PSB Elite will help him find another home. He is a athletic, strong wing player who can score from all parts of the floor. He is a good rebounder and defender.

Caleb Mills-The long and lanky Mills is a scorer, and does so at a high rate. He has the length and athleticism to cause problems for defenders. At 6’4, he is a new-age point guard and what a lot of coaches are looking for in a point guard. He can consistently knock down the long ball and he does a good job of attacking the paint and getting to the rim.

Justice Ajogbor-6’11 and long, Ajogbor is one of the premier players in the 2020 class for the state. He is tough, physical and has a soft touch around the basket. He is a great rebounder and can block shots. He attacks the rim with force and is hard to stop when he is heading to the rim. He is a physical specimen and is strong as an ox.

Gavin Rains-A high-scoring 6’6 wing for Wheatmore HS, Rains is an athlete with ball skills. He has a high-level motor and can go and go. He is a really good shooter from deep.

Sidney Dollar-One of the most athletic players in the state, Dollar is an explosive athlete that can attack the rim for highlight reel dunks. He is a slashing scorer that just has a knack for getting the ball in the bucket.

Davier Dixon-A true point guard that has a high basketball IQ. Dixon understands and reads plays before the start. He is a very good pick and roll player and knows whether or not to keep the ball and score or whether to dish it off and get the big man an easy basket.

Marcus Henderson-A player that does a little bit of everything very well. He is skilled at finding the open man, he can get into the paint and score, finish at the rim, he can shoot it from three and can consistently make those shots.