Josh Level Classic Standout Players: Part 2

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 05/30/18 10:19 AM

Jaylen Alston: He’s a freakish athlete and that was on full display in this event, last time we saw him he went down with an injury so it’s good to see him back healthy. He made some plays above the rim and brought the crowd to its feet with its dunks, Garner Webb fans should be excited about what he brings to the table.

Patrick Williams: Another player that has improved at a very nice level, he plays the game with a high amount of energy and effort. He’s strong, bouncy, and showed that he can knock down some shots as well.

Daiven Willamson: The silky smooth guard had some moments where he showed what he can do, his ballhandling skills as well as his passing are at a high level. What I really liked was how well he stepped up on the defensive end of the floor in the second half, we are excited to see him play on the level.

Immanuel Bates: This was the first time that many people from around the state got the chance to him play as he missed his senior year due to shoulder injuries. Although he is not a finished product, he has put in a ton of work and it’s paying off, he blocks shots, runs the floor and rebounds at a nice rate.

Kris Monroe: Providence is getting a good one in Kris, he can do a lot of different things on the court for a player his size. Scoring, ball handling, and defense was all on display, he keeps a poker face so you don’t know his emotion regardless of what is going on.

Joey Baker: The future Duke Blue Devil stepped up big time in the 4th quarter for his team, he knocked down back to back treys to help his team secure the win. As the game went on, it seemed as If he got more comfortable which is what you love to see.

Isaiah Bigelow: He should fit into the Wofford offense as he shoots the deep ball very well and has solid height for a wing player. His shooting helped his squad in this matchup, it seemed as if when the game got closer, he shots the ball even better.