Posted On: 10/3/18 9:02 PM

White Oak HS Wing Antonio Carter: He started off pretty hot, scoring the ball at a high level from midrange and deep. As the game we watched went on, he cooled off a bit but found other ways to be productive besides scoring. Rebounding the ball was one of those ways, he constantly was crashing the boards and using his body to box out other opponents.

Wakefield HS Center Ababacar Thiam: Still raw but has a lot of upside and potential in his game, he blocks shots and rebounds at a decent rate already. Watching him being coached, it seems like he is very receptive to coaching and only wants to get better which is the key for him in being successful. He already has college prospect height at 6’7, not it will be just a matter of him putting it all together.

Cape Fear HS Guard Harry Myles III: We have seen him on numerous occasion the past few months and we feel as though he should have a very nice year at Cape Fear HS. He has a nice midrange game but doesn’t only settle for jump shots, instead he attacks the basket when the opportunity presents itself which leads to buckets and drawn fouls on the opposition.

Lejeune HS Guard Aaron Pierce: He took on the PG duties for his team throughout the day and did a pretty solid job. His ball handling skills have improved as he was able to use them to get by some defenders. Facilitating and three point shooting were the two area where he had the most success, he knocked down the trey ball at a high rate and had quite a few assist on the day.

Ashley High School Guard Brady Brenning: He wasn’t at 100% due to a knee injury but we respected the fact that he came in and played regardless of the injury. He has a good feel for the game, the ability to make plays for himself and others. Shooting the ball is another area where he truly excels, he can knock down the trey ball with efficiency off the catch or off the dribble. He may have had the play of the day as he hit a shot at the buzzer in regulation while falling out of bounds to send the game into overtime.