Posted On: 09/2/20 11:30 AM

There was a ton to track this past weekend at Big Shots Rock the Rock. Here’s a look at the biggest takeaways.

Team Charlotte flexes it’s muscles

Team Charlotte was on full display this past weekend at Big Shots Rock the Rock as they took home the 17U Orange Division bracket title in the end, defeating the likes of 1Carolina, Flight 22 Elite and Big Shots Elite North Carolina on the way. They were led by Robert DillinghamRobertDillingham6'2" | PGCombine Academy | 2023State#70NationNC, A.J. Smith, Kris RobinsonKrisRobinson5'11" | SGCombine Academy | 2021StateNC and Patrick WesslerPatrickWessler6'11" | CCombine Academy | 2022StateNC.

Smith showed off a bigger physical frame and all-around skillset on both ends while Sanford showed off his ability to run rim-to-rim. Robinson and Dillingham showed off their ability to score the basketball with the ball in their hands. Robinson went off for six 3-pointers and 18 points against Flight 22 in the semifinals. He made 12 total on the weekend, finishing second in the division. Dillingham took home MVP honors when it was all said and done and put up 22 points in the title game.

Daylan AskewDaylanAskew6'4" | SGHertford County | 2021StateNC shows off his scoring ability again

6-foot-4 guard Daylan AskewDaylanAskew6'4" | SGHertford County | 2021StateNC made an appearance with the NC

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