Unsigned Seniors Updates: Who is still on the board?

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 06/16/18 8:47 PM

Liberty Heights Guard Mike Wynn: One of the highest rated guards that’s left on the table, Wynn is a player that originally was headed to ECU but now is available to all schools and has picked up some big time offers. He can score the ball with the best of them and plays the game with a toughness that you love to see, Florida and Ole Miss are a few schools that have offered.

Voyager Academy & Red Storm Wing Jordan Love: The 6’5 SG has shown his ability to score the ball throughout his high school career as well as during the Spring AAU season. He still can add some to his frame muscle wise but overall there is quite a bit to like about what Jordan can bring to the table for a team on the next level.

Hoke County HS Point Guard Dakari Johnson: Recently he has taken unofficial visits to: UNCC, Winthrop, and a few others with an upcoming workout with Elon in the coming weeks. Clearly he has the ability to score the ball at a high level and he gets after it on the defensive end, the thing we liked the most about him is that he flat out knows how to win games.

Greene Central HS Guard Donquez Davis: After his visit to The Apprentice School in VA, he picked up some interest from some small schools and will be a nice fit for a smaller type of program. A winner and a PG that knows how to play with other talented players, there is quite a bit to like about what he brings to the table.

Village Christian Guard Junub Char: Battling injuries just about all season long, Char will most likely do a year of Prep school. The talent is clearly there but he simply needs another year to get a full high school ‘’senior’’ year and to get locked in as to what he wants to do as a student athlete.

Beddingfield HS Forward Octavius Lacey: The potential he has is very high, he’s picked up interest from a high amount of JUCO programs and will be a player that we feel is only going to get better.  6’5, athletic and a long wingspan, gives you an idea of some of the things we feel colleges will like almost immediately.

Wilson-Hunt HS Guard Jeremiah Ganaway: One of the highest jumpers in the state, he is one that you have to feel will excel due to the way the game is played these days. He’s an up-tempo type of player of player, using his speed to slash to the basket for easy buckets. On the defensive end of the floor, he has a nice amount of potential that could possibly lead him to be a lock down defender.