Posted On: 12/3/19 6:30 AM

The Charlotte Hoops Challenge had a talented number of junior prospects on display. Here's a look at the 2021 standouts. 

Jordan McPhatter, Point Guard, Butler

McPhatter had two solid outings for his Butler High squad in the Charlotte Hoops Challenge. He showed off his ability to knock down shots on the perimeter and get to the rim against both Vance High School and Charlotte Catholic. On Day 1, he put up 18 points on 6-of-10 shooting from the field to go along with six rebounds. He put up 26 points and six rebounds and made six 3-pointers on Day 2 against Charlotte Catholic. He's a junior prospect college programs will want to track.

Trae Benham, Guard/Wing, Concord First Assembly

Benham is a burden to guard on the floor with his 6-foot-3 frame. He's a versatile threat with his ability to finish at the rim and make plays for others. Benham posted 12 points, seven rebounds and three assists and turned rebounds into offense on a number of occasions against Independence. He holds offers from Winthrop and North Florida.

Javian Cannady, Point Guard, Concord First Assembly

Cannady is a lengthy and athletic point guard that was another top performer on Concord

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