Posted On: 08/29/18 10:32 AM
6’9 F Brandon Stone (Christ School)-The long and athletic forward can play multiple positions on the floor and can step out and knock down the long-range shot. He is a good ball-handler for his size and can sometimes bring the ball up the floor. He will be the leader of Christ School this season with the departure of Jalen Lecque.
6’3 G Ren Dyer (North Buncombe HS)-The ultra-athletic Dyer is a player that has a great motor and the heart of a lion. He never takes a play off and has continued to work on his shot all summer. His athletic ability, will to win, and now a consistent jump-shot have made Dyer a target of many low-major/mid-major programs throughout the southeast.
6’4 G D’Angelo Elliott (Carolina Day School)-Elliott has the long arms and athletic ability to be a college prospect. He has the ability to shoot the ball well from outside and can score off the dribble. He has a college-ready body and is very strong on defense. He can cause problems on defense with his length by getting deflections and steals.
6’2 G Devin Elliott (Carolina Day School)-The younger brother of D’Angelo has worked hard all summer and has solidified himself as a college prospect that coaches need to see. He is a steady lead guard for Carolina Day that has improved his shooting and is one of the best ball-handlers in the area. He is very athletic and can now finish above the rim.
6’5, W Ethan Hefner (Reynolds HS)-The 6-foot-5 Asheville Christian Academy transfer is very similar to Dyer with his athletic ability and size, Hefner can finish plays above the rim, has a really good shot from outside and can score off the dribble. He is a shot-blocker on defense with his athleticism and keeps his man in front.
6’6, W Chris Hemphill (Asheville School)-The 16-year old Hemphill may be one of the most gifted college ready bodies in the region. He has great shoulders and frame, can attack the rim, throws down high-flying dunks and has the ability to shoot it from the three-point line in.
6’1, G Ben Bryson (West Henderson HS)-The coaches son is a basketball IQ player that doesn’t make many mistakes, he is a good ball-handler and can score from anywhere on the floor. He picked up an offer from Tennessee Tech over the summer playing with The Tennessee Bobcats.
6’3, G Norance Berry (Christ School)-The Cleveland, Tennessee native has had a really strong summer playing with B. Maze Elite 16’s. Berry has offers from Tennessee, East Tennessee State and UT-Chattanooga. He is a long armed scorer that excels on the defensive side of the ball, he is strong, tough and will be a key player for Christ School this season.
6’2, G Lee Langstaff (Carolina Day)-Langstaff may be one of the top 2020 players in the state. He is skilled, strong with the ball, athletic, can defense, can finish above the rim, smart and just knows how to play the game.
6’0 G Raishaun Brown (Asheville Christian Academy)-The 6-foot guard had a strong summer with Team Vision and was praised by other scouting companies for his play. He is a good shooter, can get into the lane at will, can shoot it well from deep and is a coachable player.
6’1 G Jake Smith (Enka HS)-One of the best guards in the area, Smith has a high basketball IQ, understands the game and how to score, he is a strong defender and is sneaky athletic. He is now finishing plays above the rim and attacks the lane. He is a really strong passer and can shoot it well from beyond the arc.
6’1, G Tyrese Thompson (Asheville HS)
6’3 G Jalen Crowder (Reynolds HS)
5’11, G Rashod Chaffin (Erwin HS)
6’10, F Gabe Wiznitzer (Christ School)
6’0, G Jack Ritchie (North Buncombe HS)
6’0, G JT Laws (North Buncombe HS)
6’1 G Devin Bassett (Enka HS)