Campbell University Standouts: 2019, 2020 & 2021

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 06/23/18 7:16 PM

Lumberton HS 2020 Guard Jordan McNeill: As you already know, we like his upside quite a bit and he has had a very productive high school career so far. Rebounding and toughness are two of the attributes that we really like about his game, he doesn’t back down from any challenge and is one of the better rebounders in the area.

Lumberton HS 2019 Wing Kwasjek Breeden: Height, length and athletic ability are some of the things that we like about what he brings to the table. A legit 6’5 player that can knock down shots from outside as well as make plays above the rim, he’s a multi-sport athlete that excels on the football field as well.

Lumberton HS 2021 Guard Charlie Miller: One to keep a close eye on in the coming years, doesn’t try to do too much but instead plays the role that his team needs from him. Good amount of upside and a nice natural feel for the game.

Overhills HS 2019 F Jeremyah McWilliams: Just about each time we see him play, he gets better. The first thing that will catch your attention about him is his size, he is a legit 6’7 with a long wingspan and a soft touch inside the paint.

Overhills HS 2021 Guard Cinque Lemon: There is a lot to like about what this youngster brings to the table. It looks as if he is taking on more of a scorer’s mentality this season and was aggressive getting his shot off throughout the day.

Overhills HS 2019 Guard Tyree Camp: Expect for him to step up this season scoring the ball, he came on to the scene last year and providing some scoring for his team in certain outings. One of the attributes that we liked about his game was the ability to convert difficult shots, when he attacks the paint he has a high rate of scoring or drawing fouls.