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Posted On: 08/9/18 6:17 PM
Freedom Christian Guard Brandon Murray: Murray will be returning to Freedom Christian for his senior season and with the departure of multiple players due to transfer, he will have an opportunity to have a bigger role this year. His ability to knock down shots from deep at 6’4 is something that has caught the attention of schools at the D2 level.
Fayetteville Academy Forward William Oyeondi: He made the move over to Flight 22 Fayetteville for the final periods and it looks as if it was the right move for him. His strength and ability to score the ball in the paint was on full display as he went for 30+ points in one game in particular.
Cape Fear Christian Guard Riley Adams: Another player that we expect a big time season from as the CFCA Eagles are undergoing some changes in personnel as well as coaches. His IQ for the game is high and he does a nice job of keeping a balance between getting his own offense going and setting up teammates for buckets.
Pine Forest HS Forward Miles Ray: Athletic ability alone will capture the attention of college coaches, he is a player that can throw down monster dunks at any given moment. Skillset wise he still has some things he has to round out, such as his shooting and handling the ball when under pressure, at 6’3 he will be looked at to play on the perimeter.
New Life Christian Forward Jeremyah McWilliams: Recently he made the move over to New Life Christian which we feel could be a very nice move for him. He will have the opportunity to play in front of college coaches on a consistent basis as well as a higher amount of games throughout the year as New Life is playing close to 40 games each season.
Richlands HS 2019 Guard Colin Radcliffe: Formerly of Northside HS, Colin turned some heads this summer during team camp as well as with his AAU team (Royals Elite). He has shown the ability to score the ball at a nice level by using his shoot range, he has nice form on his shot and does a good job of moving without the ball.