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Posted On: 11/7/18 9:17 PM
On Saturday The Flight 22 Organization will be in the building Methodist University hosting a jamboree for high school teams. Let’s take a look at some of the players and teams that will be in attendance for this event!
Clinton HS: The Dark Horses lost quite a bit after last season due to graduation so it will be interesting to see who steps up to be a leader on this squad. Look for Junior Guard Cameron Lawson to be one of those players that steps into more of a leadership role this season as he was a reserve player last year.
Pine Forest HS: The Trojans have a very solid group and will be one to keep an eye on. 2019 Guard Adrian Elliott is a player that can score the ball in bunches and has picked up some college interest prior to his senior year. 2019 Forward Miles Ray is one of the better athletes in the area and should have some really nice scoring and rebounding numbers this season.
Laney HS: The finished with a record of 14-11 last season but they return a nice amount of talent this season that has already been battled tested. One of the players that you have to keep a close eye on is Junior Forward Demarcus McLaurin. He has a nice skillset overall, when he is fully locked in and aggressive, he is an absolute problem for opponents.
Trinity Christian: This will be the first time that we get the opportunity to see Trinity playing against outside competition so this should be interesting. Of course you already know that the Crusaders lost quite a few players to graduation but they also brought in D1 prospect transfers. Returning starters KJ Marshall and Greg Gantt are two of the individuals that we expect to step in and provide more of a leadership role this season.
Topsail: The team struggles last season finishing with a record of 5-20, but they do return some players that have gained experienced over the last two years. Situations like this event are great for this team as they can get in some game competition without worrying about if it going to count on their record.