Posted On: 07/13/18 7:05 PM
New Hanover HS & WBC Elite 2018 PG Freddie Taylor: One of the top players at the event, he displayed the ability to score the ball at a high rate as well as running a team. He’s quick, has impressive ball handling skills and gets after it on the defensive end of the floor.
Ayden Grifton Wing Jekael Gay: Throughout the day he showed a little bit of all of the things that he can do well on the court. He rebounded the ball at a nice rate, blocked shots, finished above the rim and knocked down shots from mid and deep.
John Paul II HS & Team ENC Forward Dyquavis Wilkins: Long wingspan, and nice athletic ability are some of the things that you have to like about what he can possibly bring to a team. He blocked shots and showed that he’s stronger than what his slender frame may suggest, solid showing overall for him.
Cape Fear Christian Guard Eli Hudson: Loves to compete, shot the ball well from deep and stepped up on the defensive end of the floor. Playing with confidence every time he steps on the floor regardless of who he may be matched up with is the key for him being considered a legit prospect.
East Columbus HS Guard Davian Worley: Plays the game in a physical manner, you will constantly see him battling inside for rebounds and second chance opportunities. Many times we see bigs that don’t mind doing the dirty work but he has taken that approach from the guard spot which was impressive.
Hampton Roads Christian Guard Marcellus Mencarini: Has a smooth game overall, he can finish well in the paint but also does a nice job of finding teammates. The range on his shot is pretty deep which we got to see a few times throughout the day, once his motor increases he will only become more dangerous and difficult to defend.
Village Christian Guard Harry Myles II: We have seen him play numerous times and this was one of the better showings that we saw from him. He possess one of the better midrange games that we saw on the day and gets nice elevation on his shot, solid showing from him overall.