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Posted On: 05/31/18 7:18 PM
Garner Road Forward Dayron Sharpe: He is currently battling for the #1 spot since he is currently is at the #2 spot, he has a nice amount of upside and intrigue as well as a good overall skillset. UNC has offered and it seems as if he is only going to get better.
Maze Elite Guard Jaden Springer: The Josh Level Classic was one of the first times that I got a chance to see him play up close and personal. He has a game that is mature beyond his years, he can score the ball but sees the floor well and seems to make the right plays at the right time.
Flight 22 Guard Wesley Case: He’s skilled, confident and has a gift for getting buckets fairly easily, what you have to appreciate is how he knowns how to use the moves in arsenal at the right time to create separation and opportunities.
Flight 22 Guard Dylan Blake: Of course we all know the ability he has to knock down the deep ball, but there is much more to his game than just shooting. His ability to defend at the guard spot is impressive and he is a very unselfish player, his ability to play the PG spot is one of the more underrated things about him.
Team Loaded Guard Justin Wright: After putting together a Conference Player Of The Year type season, he has followed it up with nice play this spring. He scores the ball at a nice rate, gets to his spot and finds teammates for easy buckets, when he’s aggressive he is a difficult player to contain.
Team Wall Forward Traymond Willis-Shaw: His upside is impressive, he has a long wingspan, nice athletic ability and runs the floor at a nice rate. He finishes above the rim, blocks shots, and can knock down shots from mid, it will be interesting to see how things go for him recruiting wise.