Triad All-Star Classic Standout Players

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 03/19/18 6:27 PM

Winston Salem Prep Daivien Williamson: This youngster had the entire gym on its feet in the 2nd half when he started to heat up in the 2nd half. He has a very smooth game and does just about everything you would want your Point Guard to do,  will transition to the next level very well due to his maturity and humility.

West Forsyth Ben Uloko: Recently he made the decision to attend Houston Baptist University which was the first D1 offer that he picked up. Although he still has some things to work on, he’s already skilled and is a nice pickup for that level program.

North Davidson Satchel Hester: It’s always interesting to see guys that don’t mind doing the dirty work in All-Star game situations and he was one of those players. He rebounded the ball at a high level, got the ball out to the guards quickly and had a solid overall performance.

Mount Airy Caleb Arrington: He has what we would call sneaky athleticism, you may not think he can get above the rim but he showed in the dunk contest that he is a high flyer. In the game he used that ability score when slashing to the basket as well as well jumping into the passing lanes for steals.

North Forsyth Anthony Hicks: The thing I like the most about this young man is it seemed as if he played without forcing anything. He ran the floor, finished plays when the ball was passed to him and rebounded it at a nice rate.

RJ Reynolds Larry Borland: An athletic player with a long wingspan, this type of game was where he could show his strengths. One play in particular that really impressed me about him was an early block attempt on a dunk, he got off the floor quickly and showed some upper body strength as well.

Mount Tabor HS Isaiah Wilkins: One of the most versatile players on the court, he showed that he could do a little of everything. He rebounded the ball, showed his ball handling, made some outstanding passes and scored in the paint with ease.

Winston Salem Prep Justin Goodloe: A Guard with a very smooth game that looked to get his teammates going early on. He has a gift for passing the ball and it seemed as if he saw plays prior to them happening.