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Posted On: 08/9/18 5:41 PM
Broughton HS 2019 Guard Tynias Peace: A strong guard that always brings a business-like approach to the game, he got into the paint and made good decisions overall. On numerous possessions he turned down the opportunity to make a good play to instead make a great play, NC Wesleyan is one of the schools that has expressed in him prior to his senior year.
Rocky Mount Prep 2019 Guard Trevor Batchelor: Showed his ability to score the ball as well as his willingness to learn, one of the things that impressed me about him was how well he communicated with the coaching staff to learn concepts. He attacked defenders at a solid rate and got after it on the defensive end of the floor as well.
Northern Nash 2019 Wing Darquez Flowers: A lot to like about a player of his height and skillset, he’s 6’4 with the ability to score at a very high rate from midrange and deep. When he’s locked in and playing with energy, he can be a dangerous and difficult player to defend, the key for him is to consistently play the game with a high motor.
Millbrook HS 2020 F/C Zachary Perry: At this point in time he is more of a face up big (6’8) than anything else, he can knock down shots from the short corners and will be looking to extend his range. He has a nice amount of upside and with continued work, he can be a player that will catch the attention of coaches at the next level.
Rocky Mount Prep 2019 Guard Sam Benton: The speed and intensity he plays with are things that make him a player that impacts games at a nice level. On the defensive end of the floor he got after it, pressing up on his man for a good portion of camp, offensively he pushed the tempo forcing the defense to retreat. His height and weight aren’t necessarily attributes that coaches will find impressive but the effort he gives should capture the attention of schools at the: D3, NAIA level.