Fab 40 Camp: Where Are They Now (Final Volume)

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North Carolina

Posted On: 08/30/18 7:46 PM

Rocky Mount Prep SG Khalil Baker will take his high scoring talents to Davidson Community College to play in the up-tempo style of offense for a season or two. Baker put up some nice numbers during his senior season scoring over 20 PPG and helping to lead his squad into the regional finals of the state tournament.

Grace Christian Guard Messiah Pankney made his decision to attend Brevard College and will be a player that should have a very nice career on the collegiate level. He does a nice job of scoring and defending on a consistent basis and does whatever it takes for his team, more importantly he is a high character young man.

Kerr Vance Academy Guard Mike Bowers who put together some very nice scoring numbers throughout his high school career will be headed to Louisburg College. Bowers can score the ball easily and in a hurry, but he used fab 40 to show that he can run a team as well, look out for him to do some positive things at the JC level.

Cape Fear Christian Academy Forward Milos Galogaza will take his talents to the D2 level as he will play out his college career at Belmont Abbey. Galogaza is a nice pickup for a program that is looking for a player to play the stretch forward spot as he can knock down the deep ball at a nice rate, he also worked on his body and added a nice amount of muscle to his upper body.

Jacksonville HS Guard Nijear Singleton may have been the biggest stock riser out of any player when it comes to the Fab 40 Camp. He walked into the doors without much interest or offers but his stellar play changed all that around rather quickly. By the time he left he had picked up quite a bit of interest from programs at the JC level and would eventually sign with Northeastern Oklahoma.

Lumberton HS Guard Steph Lloyd decided to attend Fayetteville Tech Community College next season, he had a solid senior season for the Pirates and provided a high amount of leadership to the team. The defensive end of the floor is where we got to see him do some of his best work as he took on the challenge of defending some of the opposition’s better players.

Crossroads Christian Forward Zaire Edwards will be at Methodist University for his collegiate career which we feel is an absolute steal for the Monarchs. Edwards is a double/double type of guy that we feel will have success early and often in the USA South league.