250 Expo: Final Notes

Top 250 Expos
North Carolina

Posted On: 10/5/18 9:06 PM

2019 Goldsboro HS Forward Tyjuwan Barnes: The big fella was outstanding throughout the day, he truly is a worker and we can’t even tell you how many times he came up with offensive rebounds to keep possesions alive. He has good hands, is light on his feet and understands how to use his body to be efficient on the court.

2020 Southeast HS Guard Cody Fuller: He is what we would define as a downhill guard, when he is attacking the defense with his speed, he is a dangerous and difficult player to stop. Smaller in height but it doesn’t when he is locked in and staying aggressive consistently.

2020 Jay M Robinson DeAngelo Patterson: One of the more athletic players that we got the chance to see, he made plays above the rim on both ends of the floor. He’s more of a slasher than a shooter and at about 6’3 he can pay on the wing at the high school level as well as some college if he continues to develop

2021 Pine Forest HS Guard Tristan Harkins: One of the best shooters that we saw without a doubt, he didn’t have much of an issue with getting his shot off quickly and efficiently. What we truly appreciated was how unselfish of a player he is, he didn’t look to shoot the ball every time he touched it but instead took the best shot available.

2021 Millbrook HS Guard Chris Daniels: Has a nice natural feel for the game, he made some very good reads and plays throughout the day. Decent size for a PG at 6’0 and he understands well how to use his size to advantage on both ends of the floor, he has a lot of moves and counters as well as a nice amount of upside.

2020 Monroe HS Guard Salen Streater: Does a really nice job of getting after it on both ends of the floor. It’s not often that you see a player in Camp settings, dedicate so much time and energy to locking down their opponent. However that is exactly what he did throughout the day, on the offensive side he got his team going, as well as creating his own offense.