Triangle Challenge Final 2019 Standouts Notes

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 09/20/18 11:12 AM

Juice All-Stars 2019 Forward CK Everett: To be honest, I don’t think it’s much of a competition anymore when it comes to players that have the most athletic ability in the state of NC. He is a state champion in the long jump and it translates to the basketball  court well as he uses his athleticism to make plays above the rim on the offensive and defensive end of the floor.

Unique All-Stars 2019 Guard Elijah Shabazz: He is one that we have seen multiple time now and we really like what he brings to the table from a production standpoint. Scoring and assist are two areas that you will consistently putting up numbers but also rebounding the ball as he understands proper positioning.

Juice All-Stars 2019 Guard Tristan Davis: Expect a big year from him as he decided to make the move to Wilson Prep for his senior year. He will be called on early to be leader on the team and we like what he brings to the table from the aspect of a scoring guard. He’s strong, quick and seems to be able to find holes in the defense without much of a problem

Juice All-Stars 2019 Guard Tynias Peace: My nickname for Tynias is the ‘‘businessman’’, every time you see him on the court, he has a serious look and is ready to go to work. With a team full of players that can score the ball, Peace took on more of a facilitator role during this event and got everyone else going. We love to see this from players and this should only benefit him recruiting wise as he showing that he can be a guard that can play on and off the ball.

Juice All-Stars 2019 Guard Christopher Nobles: He didn’t have a huge game scoring the ball due to the fact that he didn’t get a ton of touches but he stayed actively engaged throughout. There is a lot to like about what he can possibly be and we are expecting some big things from him during his senior season, he has good athletic ability, can score the ball and is solid defensively when he’s locked in.