Posted On: 11/30/18 5:45 AM

Village Christian Guard Zavian McLean: We sound like a broken record saying this but programs need to get in on this young man ASAP! He checks off all boxes when it comes to what you want in a potential prospect: Scoring, defense, high motor, high character, great student, and he plays in one of the tougher leagues in the state.

Lumberton HS Guard Jordan McNeill: He played football this season so it may take him a little time to get back into basketball mode but we expect him to have another big time season. He is one of the top rebounding guards in the area and has shown the ability to be efficient on the offensive and defensive side of the ball.

Northwest Guilford Guard Chris Hampton: The first time that I got the chance to see this youngster play was during the College Prospect Combine in July. His athleticism and scoring ability is what caught our attention and is what sets him apart from many. Just recently he led his team with 17 points in a win over Ben L Smith, turning some more heads with his stellar play.

Berry Academy Guard Maurice Brown: Another player that I saw for the first time this fall in Concord at the Prep Hoops 250 Expo. He was very impressive, scoring the ball at an extremely high level and getting wherever he wanted on the court when he wanted. Just taking a quick glance at his overall numbers for the season and you can see that what he’s doing is nothing out of the ordinary for him.

West Brunswick HS Wing Jadyn Parker: Any time you have a young man who is 6’8 with some Guard skills, then you have to be intrigued. We have had the chance to watch him closely over the past year and most recently saw him during their jamboree where he played well.

Northside HS Forward Quincy Martin Jr: This is his first season on the varsity level and he has a chance to be a player that turns heads pretty quickly. We got a close look at him during the spring with his AAU team 910 Vengeance and he performed well, so we are excited to see his production this season.