Best Available Borderline D1/D2 Prospects

High School
North Carolina

Posted On: 10/22/18 11:01 AM

6’1, 2019 G Jake Smith (Enka HS)-Smith is a player that I have been following for a long time in WNC, he is a guy that understands the game well, makes good decisions with the ball, is very athletic, can get to the rim at will, can step out and knock down mid-range shots all the way out to the three-point line. Playing football this season for Enka HS and is one of the best wide-receivers in the state. Has to be a player that is borderline D2/Low-Major Division One at the next level. 

Zane Haglan

5’10, 2019 G Zane Haglan (Lake Norman HS)-One of the best shooters in the state, Haglan can fill it up in a hurry from outside. He has a really good stroke and can make shots going off screens or a set shot. He spent this summer playing with Mooresville Magic and had a strong showing. He was used in the right way to show off his shooting and his ability to make shots from different spots. He at this point has to be a Division II prospect with his basketball IQ and shooting ability. 

6’3, 2019 G D’Angelo Elliott (Carolina Day)-Long and athletic, uses his long arms to disrupt passing lanes and get deflections, he is a shooter that can get hot and make a few in a row and can take defenders off the dribble. He is muscular and strong, able to hold his own against players that may be taller than him. Elliott has an offer from a Division III school and should be considered a fringe D1 or definite D2 player. 

Ty Everhart (South Iredell)

Paul Whitby (Roanoke Rapids)

Noah Dunn (Greensboro Day)

Marcus Metcalf (Wayne Country Day) 

Brandon Murray (Freedom Christian) 

Elijah Shabazz (Wakefield) 

Tyneas Peace (Broughton) 

Donte Johnson (Green Central) 

Shyquan Jones (South Central HS) 

Bryson Childress (North Stanly) 

Demetrius Martin (Garinger)