Posted On: 09/20/19 7:38 PM

This summer was very beneficial to us as far as seeing some of the talented prospects of the future in different setting and situations. We saw players that will be heading to the 9th grade, getting a chance to compete with rising seniors and some of the better juniors in the state. With that being said, this gave us the chance to see some of the players who could possibly have breakout seasons or be contributors for their teams at a pretty good rate.

Forsyth Country Day School 2023 Guard Will Gray: The son of a coach who we got the chance to see during Triad First 48 has a chance to be a very special player before it’s all said and done. He doesn’t allow himself to be rushed into plays, but gets to his spots using his ball handling and speed at a pretty efficient rate, which opens up the opportunity to showcase his three point shooting skills as well. One of the more impressive things we liked about him was his work ethic, he doesn’t play AAU basketball but instead is just working on his game and getting better.

Cape Fear HS 2023 Tremayne Parker: The

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