Posted On: 10/16/18 2:47 PM

The talent level in North Carolina is again on a high note, with some classes in the past that have produced 50+ Division One players, this 2019 class is strong as well. Here is a look at the best available. 

Division One

Josaphat Bilau (Quality Education)-The 6’11 native of France picked up an offer from Wake Forest and Georgetown over the past month. 

Josh Hall (Moravian Prep)-6’8 forward that can step out and knock down shots from the outside to the three-point line, really stretches the floor, agile, tough, skilled, has picked up some mid-major offers, has a good defensive knack for knowing where the ball is. 

Ren Dyer

Ren Dyer (North Buncombe HS)-6’3 jumping jack that knows how to score, able to start knocking down the outside shot, tough, good build, strong, working on his handle and getting better everyday, has to be a lower level Division One recruit. 

Brice Williams (Hopewell HS)-6’7 small forward out of Charlotte, dad played at Charlotte and is the all-time leading scorer at the school, long and able to shoot it, good head for the game, understands the game, solid overall player. 

El Ellis (Quality Education)-A scorer who can take defenders off the dribble and can score from most spots on the floor, athletic, good build, able to get into the paint, knows how to defend, has a little bit of flash in his game. 

Nick Evtimov (Greensboro Day)-Has the bloodline for the next level as uncle played at NC State and dad played at North Carolina. He is a tough and rugged post player that can rebound his area well, able to get touches with his frame, good soft touch when he gets the ball in the paint, able to hit some mid-range shots, can alter shots. 

Caleb Stone-Carrawell (Cox Mill HS)-The son of former Duke standout and current Duke assistant Chris Carrawell, Caleb has come into the mold of his dad and can play himself. A member of the past two state championship teams at Cox Mill, Carrawell is a long and athletic wing. He can shoot it well, has the body to bang on the inside, can get into the paint and finish at the rim. 

Shykeim Phillips (South Central HS)-The speedy guard for one of the top teams in the state, Phillips is a bucket getter. Knows what he has to do to score, understands his position, can really pass well, has good size, a winner.