WNC 2020 Prospects to Track

North Carolina

Posted On: 08/10/18 11:12 AM

Lee Langstaff PG (Carolina Day)-Skilled guard with a good motor; can finish plays above the rim; good shooter; good ball handler; tough; plays hard; can score it from anywhere on the floor, has a high vertical, bouncy, quick in the open floor, has a good hesitation cross-over. 


Ethan Hefner W (Reynolds HS)-Size at the wing; can finish plays above the rim in transition; plays hard; good shooting form; tough; good skill-level; played at Asheville Christian Academy last season; productive; very athletic;


Chris Hemphill W (Asheville School)-Great body, wide shoulders, frame, can finish with either hand, very athletic, plays above the rim, also plays football. At Asheville School now, three schools in the last three seasons; is 18 years old. 


Axel Holm G (Lincoln Charter)-Smooth shooting lefty, Can attack off the dribble, athletic, tough/strong defender, smart with the ball in hands; makes good solid passes; good interior passer; 


Justus Shelton F (Mountain Heritage HS)-Long; good mid-range shooter that can stretch the floor; mom played in WNBA; skilled passer; runs the floor well; needs to put on some weight; blocks/alters shots; rebounds well; good footwork; soft touch around the rim.


Justice Ajogbor F (Christ School)-Ajogbor is now up to 235lbs and has a 7-foot-2 wingspan. He impressed me today with his shotmaking ability from outside of the three-point line while making five in a row from deep. He showed a soft touch on the inside and scored with either hand over either shoulder. He has the size to push people around in the post at this level. He is a fierce competitor, goes after every rebound, and tries to dunk anything in the post. He is a 4.3 student in the classroom and is going to be one to track over the next 6 months. 


Kris Robinson PG (Lincolnton HS)-Does a good job of getting by the defense and either scoring in the lane or making the assist. High basketball IQ; athletic; keeps head up in transition; always looking; skilled. 


Dean Reiber F (Northwest Guilford HS)-Does a good job of keeping the game simple, he runs the floor, rebounds, blocks shots, and doesnt try to do more than he is comfortable doing.