Posted On: 10/21/18 7:20 PM
Vance Forward Daniel Sanford: Has a solid showing overall, plays the game on his toes so he is quick off his feet and quick to react to whatever plays may occur. He understands how to use athletic ability on both ends as we saw him make plays above the rim finishing offensively and blocking shots on the defensive end.
Enloe HS Guard Comeh Emuobar: He is definitely what would we would define as a combo guard, he can play the PG spot or slide over and play the SG spot. Plays the game with toughness and poise, has a smooth game overall which consist of plenty of moves and counter moves, good court vision and awareness.
Statesville HS Guard Tori Miller: There is a lot to like about this youngster, first and foremost he competes with whoever he is matched up with. He doesn’t back down from any challenge and has a high skillset to go along with the mental toughness we saw. He beat players off the dribble, knocked down shots and made his plays within the flow of the game.
Wilson Prep Guard/Forward Ja’kwon Moore: Was constantly all over the court, he plays the game with a high motor, has active hands, and doesn’t take plays off. We like the versatility that he can bring to a team as he can play multiple positions and be very effective wherever you place him.
Pine Forest HS Guard Tristan Harkins: He didn’t get a ton of touches but made the most of what he got, he moves very well without the ball and has good shooting form. On the defensive end of the court he was solid, he may not be the faster player as far as lateral quickness goes but he gave consistent effort throughout.
Calvary Day School Guard James Wilkins: He has a chance to be very special, he caused problems for defenders all day with his ability to knock down shots as well as to get to the paint using his hesitation moves. Calvary Day will be losing Jackson Gammons after this season to graduation but this young man has a chance to be the next in line.