CP3 Rising Stars Top Performers

North Carolina

Posted On: 08/16/18 6:12 PM

Hudson Catholic Guard Zion Cruz: In my opinion, he was the top performer in the building without a doubt. From the start of competition he showed the ability to score the ball at an extremely high level and he plays the game with a confidence that you just don’t see from every player. Toughness is another factor that we liked about him, he’s not a player that will back down from any challenge which we saw every time he played. Only time will tell how special he will be but he has all the tools and intangibles to be a top guy nationally.

Cannon School Guard Jaden Bradley: Freakish athlete, if you haven’t seen already, he has some poster dunks from this event online. Not just a dunker, he showed the ability to defend at a high level as well as some good ball handling skills despite the pressure he faced.

Trinity Christian Guard Freddie Dillone: His laid back demeanor overall and unselfishness is not necessarily what benefits players in these type of situations due to the amount of one on one basketball that is being played. However as time went on he got to show the talent that we all know that he has, he can knock down shots from deep as well as beating his man off the dribble.

Durham Academy Wing MJ Rice: As the Camp went on he got better and better with his play, the energy and strength he plays with is what separates him from many players his age. He can score the ball, blocks shots, rebound and finish through all types of contact, star potential in this young man without a doubt.

Trinity HS Forward Chance Westry: Out of all the players that I got the chance to see, he was a player with one of the highest motors without a doubt. Rebounding and scoring where the area where he really made is mark, he can score the ball in multiple ways on multiple levels and is a player that you don’t have to run anything for.

Lewiston HS Guard Roody Gayle Jr: Has a nice game overall and plenty of upside for a youngster, he is already 6’5 with long arms and a quick first step. He pretty much got where he wanted on the floor and didn’t use excessive moves, did a nice job of keeping the game simple overall and was one of the camps leading scorers.