Show These Guys Some Love

Grassroots
North Carolina

Posted On: 08/1/18 12:49 PM

2019’s

Jamal King (Mt. Zion)-Gifted scorer that can score the ball extremely well, attacks the opponent and the paint; can finish with contact; plays hard; can finish a the rim with either hand; finishes with authority; Has a very strong upper body and has tremendous athleticism, each season he has gotten better on both ends of the floor.

Caleb Burgess (WestRidge Academy-Can score at all all 3 levels, hard nose defender, can run a team and hit the open shot, gets teammates the ball in scoring positions, very unselfish; has some dog in him; tough;

Shaman Artis (North Mecklenburg)-Good in transition; very athletic; quick with the ball; good defender; blue in the open floor; all over the floor; lean; plays hard every play; I like his instincts; sometimes gambles a little too much;

Talton Jones (Trinity Christian)-One of the best passers/playmakers in the state regardless of class, he’s gotten better shooting the ball and is outstanding defensive player. Wants to guard the oppositions best player; I feel he is under-recruited and could be a big sleeper.

Caleb Stone-Carrawell (Cox Mill HS)-Son of Chris Carawell who played at Duke; Long; good mid-range jumper; has a wide base when taking shots; pure release; does a good job of running the floor on the break; played behind one of the top 2019 prospects in the country and UNC commit Rechon Black this past season; has strong scoring ability and length.

2020’s

Omarion Jay (WestRidge Academy)-A true back to the basket big man; does a really good job of moving in the paint; makes a big target for guards to get him the ball; good footwork; soft touch; blocks and alters shots;

Javarzia Belton (WestRidge Academy)-Soft touch at the rim; big and imposing; good at playing the trailer; finishes; physical and strong; good footwork; mean; good defender; blocks shots; wide stance takes up a lot of space in the interior;