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Since the age of five, Charles has been playing competitive basketball. After a solid high school career, he continued on to play college basketball for 2 years at the NAIA level at Davis College (NY) & MACU (NC) before returning to Fayetteville, NC. Once he returned, he began working as a scout & coach for Maximum Exposure Basketball as well as starting his organization called C3C Skills Academy, which was designed to help student athletes with workouts and to find college . In 2011, Charles was Hired by the Fayetteville Flight (ABA) as the team scout and Assistant for the 2012 season . During that time, Charles was also hired by BasketballElite.com as a scout and continues to work with this for this organization to do this very day . During his time with Basketball Elite, Charles and Marcus Shockley have worked together to run the Fab 40 Exposure camp for under-recruited players that live in Eastern NC. In June 2016, Charles signed on to join the Prep Hoops team. He has a true love and desire to help and advise all young student athletes as well as letting his light shine as a Christian. I Corinthians 10:31 "Whether therefore ye eat , drink , or whatsoever Ye do , do all to the glory of God."
Jay Anderson is a student of the game of basketball and has been since the age of 6. In college, he was a manager for the men’s basketball team at Virginia Tech from 2006-10, where he managed setting up for practices, scouting games for the coaching staff, among other duties. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Communication with a minor in Professional Writing. After college, he lost his passion for basketball for a few years but began scouting in the DMV area for DMVelite.com in the state of Virginia in 2016. After spending time in the DMV, Jay moved to North Carolina in 2019 after earning his Master’s degree in Public Relations - Management, where he began really getting involved in the basketball scouting game. From there, he joined PrepHoops in April 2019 then BigShots in May 2019, where he remains involved with scouting, coordinating events and covering events on much of the East Coast.
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