Posted On: 04/13/18 5:06 PM
Carolina Wolves 17U
Coach – Major Williamson
#0 Trae Hannibal (2019) Hartsville HS
Hannibal is a top tier guard in the 2019 class. Hannibal a physical and explosive guard is the leader of this Wolves squad. Hannibal has received interest recently from Clemson, Tennessee, South Carolina, Wake Forest. Hannibal averaged 16.6 ppg, 8.3 rebounds and 5.6 assists for the Red Foxes (16-9) this past season.
#1 Derrick Sinkler (2019) AC Flora HS
Sinkler had a good junior season for the Falcons after transferring over from Keenan HS. Sinkler a Class 4A All-State Selection this season averaged 16 ppg this year. Sinkler has the ability to create his own shot on the floor.
#2 Bradley Foulks (2019) Lexington HS
#4 Allen Williamson (2019) Wilson HS
Williamson 6’3 left-handed guard-wing helped the Tigers make a run to the Class 4A State Championship this season. Williamson has bit of a old-school game.
#5 Jordan Burch (2020) Hammond School
Burch is a special specimen who just recently picked up a football offer from Tennessee. Burch helped the Skyhawks win another football state championship last season. Burch is a left-handed physically gifted nightmare that can play many positions on the floor. Burch a defensive end on the football end is ranked #27. Arkansas, Clemson, Michigan Oklahoma and South Carolina have already came a knocking for Burch.
Burch had 56 tackles and 8 sacks this past season while rushing for 16 touchdowns on just 43 carries. Oh yeah Burch also caught 11 passes for 156 yards and 3 touchdowns.
#10 Jalil Robinson (2019) Gray Collegiate
Robinson 6’2 point guard has a great feel for the game. Robinson a long athlete really has the ability to make plays off the bounce.
#11 Jahnarius Snell (2020) Orangeburg-Wilkinson HS
Snell a sharp-shooting guard isn’t afraid to the pull the trigger from well behind the 3 point line.
#14 Jalen Breazeale (2021) Greenville Tech
Braezealle a crafty point guard played last season with the Karolina Khaos. Braezealle has seen great minutes at the varsity level since his 8th grade season.
#15 Dallaz Corbitt (2019) Gray Collegiate
Corbitt a athletic strong forward came to Gray Collegiate midseason and helped the War Eagles capture a Class 2a State Championship. Corbitt has the ability to run floor very well and just seems to be figuring out what type o play he can be down the road.
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