Posted On: 05/9/18 9:33 AM
The city of Charlotte is always a hotbed for some of the top recruits in the state and colleges will be glad to know that is still the case in the 2019 class. Here is a look at some under-the-radar players in the Queen City.
Felix Cue 6’9, 2019 F Victory Christian/Charlotte Aces-Good size; able to grab rebounds; can step out and knock down the mid-range jump-shot; bouncy off both feet when he gets the ball in the post; tough defender; stands his ground in the paint; quick second jump; gets a lot of put-back points;
Donovan Gregory 6’4, 2019 G Carmel Christian/Team Charlotte-Gregory is a player that may end up having the same type of recruitment as Nate Hinton had last summer/spring. He has a lot of the same tools and abilities as Hinton has being 6-foot-5 and showing the same skill-set and scoring prowess. He has a 39-inch vertical, is very athletic attacking the paint and getting to the rim. He has a great motor, is a solid on-ball defender, he can play and defend multiple positions on the floor.
Ford Cooper 6’4, 2019 G Carmel Christian/-Shooter; showed ability to make and take big-time shots; has good size at the guard position; toughness; had a tremendous NCISAA finals against a very good guard heavy Gaston Day.
Brice Williams 6’8, 2019 F Hopewell HS/Team Loaded 704-Great Scorer at all three levels, Excellent 3 point shooter who can put the ball on the floor and get to any spot he wants and rise over the top of defenders, great length and athleticism on the defensive end, Excellent defensive rebounder who will grab it and lead the break. Father is leading scorer in Charlotte histroy. Has Charlotte offer along with Holy Cross and Lafayette.
Alex Tabor 6’1, 2019 G Charlotte Country Day/Team Loaded 704-Above average 3-point shooter with NBA range, who competes his tail off. Natural born leader, who is battle tested. Plays high school ball in the toughest private school conference in the state. Had a game earlier this season where he shot 5/5 from 3 in a span of 3 min. Hit 9 3’s and poured in 32 points against nationally ranked Greensboro Day School. 3.6 GPA