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Posted On: 10/30/18 6:31 AM
Walkertown HS Junior Guard Jalen Cone: At almost 35 PPG last season, you shouldn’t need much convincing about why he is on the All-Microwave team. Plenty of buckets in a small amount of time is what he does best, he knocks down shots, draws fouls and has continued to get better each season.
Farmville Central Sophomore Guard Terquavion Smith: Any time you have a player that finishes their freshman season averaging over 20 PPG, you have to be impressed. He has all the tools to be a special player and we can see him possibly stretching out to about 6’5 before it’s all said and done.
North Davidson HS Senior Guard Themus Fulks: We got the chance to see him at the Triad First 48 event in the spring and he was impressive. His change of speeds, abilities to read the defense and changing turnovers into quick buckets where all things that we liked about him.
Vance HS Senior Guard Marcus Harrison: Instant offense is what comes to your mind when you see him play, he can score 10 in a row in a blink of an eye against almost any type of defense. JUCO programs should be on him already as this is the route that he will need to take for next season.
First Flight HS Junior Guard Dylan Blake:Of course we couldn’t have this list without mentioning one of the members of splash team. Dylan is arguable one of the best shooters in the state and when he gets hot he is a difficult player to defend. Not only does he have high efficiency from deep but he also has college and NBA level range on his shot, once he crosses half court, you have to put a hand up.
Calvary Day School Senior Guard Jackson Gammons: If you don’t know about Jackson already, then you must not be paying attention to WNC basketball at all. He is a scoring machine with impressive athletic ability and a high character young man. Citadel has already locked in a commitment from him but don’t expect him to slow down this season as he will look to lead his team to a deep state playoff run.