Top NC Forwards from A.S.S.I.S.T. Jamboree Richmond, VA

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Posted On: 10/8/18 7:50 AM

Top NC Forwards from A.S.S.I.S.T. Jamboree Richmond, VA

Eli Lawrence, 6-6 190, Tri-Cities HS, East Point, GA – (Pictured Above)
The lefty shot the eyes out of the basketball on Saturday. He was “money”, whether off the dribble, or off the catch, from mid-range, from deep and on turn-arounds.
Washington Academy, Greenville, NC

C.J. Jackson

Christian C.J. Jackson, 6-6 190, SF, Prep, Green Forest, Decatur, GA
Long, lean and athletic, he also showed that he is a solid shooter, to the arc. He defends well and with a bit more focus, he can become a real defensive stopper.
Washington Academy, Greenville, NC

Cam McNeill

Camron McNeill, 6-4 180, SF, SE Raleigh HS, Raleigh, NC
He’s a really good mid-range shooter. He also strokes the trey well, though he’s a bit streaky from there. He’s a solid defender. He needs to drive it better, especially to his left.
Bull City Prep, Durham, NC
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Christian Wells

            Combo Forwards

Christian Wells, 6-6 210, F, Prep, Muncie Central, Muncie, IN
Throw out positions. He’s long and very active, with excellent intensity. He’s the son of Bonzie Wells and though he’s not as explosive, he is a very determined and versatile player, who plays bigger than his height. Washington Academy, Greenville, NC

Blake Wilson

Blake Wilson, 6-7 195, F, Prep, Huss HS, Gastonia, NC
I love his upside. He’s a fast athlete and a skilled shooter. He’s also a good passer. A naturally laid back individual, I see an improvement in his intensity, since I saw him two weeks ago. By spring, he could become a HMM Prospect
Bull City Prep, Durham, NC
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         Power Forward

James Leible, 6-7 220, PF, Prep, Bensalem HS, Bensalem, PA
He’s a strong and very fundamental, old school, power forward. He uses good technique in boxing out for rebounds. He’s aggressive isn securing those rebounds. He has some ups and though not a skywalker, he can jump a bit. He’s solid in the low post, against players, with similar height. He can step out and hit from 15-16 feet, effectively. Washington Academy, Greenville, NC
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