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The Njcaa Region X Conference player of the year! Njcaa Division 2 All-American Katisha Hyman set to start her Senior year at Fayettville State University!
6’6 forward Brian Howell of Northwest College is setting the tone and playing on a high level. Division 1 schools are starting to take notice to the freshman as he dominates the conference.
2021 Guard of Hoggard High School Brady Rankin is on the rise to be one of the best shooting guards of his class in the state. Playing for team (CP3) this summer Rankin showed flashes and proved he is definitely one of the top 3 shooters in NC. This summer Brady has focused on his strength and athleticism and the ability to attack the rim. College coaches look out for the “PC Sniper “ to have a breakout junior year!
Quandrae Dixon trains WNBA player Cierra Burdick of the San Antonio Starz!
Malique Jacobs has transferred from Hutchinson cc to Indian hill college . The sophomore ability to create off the dribble , vision , rebound and defend multiple positions is what separates him from the pack and make him a high-major guard! Jacobs has multiple offers and interest from high level programs and looking to have an outstanding season.
Freshman Tamia Davis is looking to come in and make an immediate impact at Kansas University. Davis has the ability to shoot it from deep stretch the floor she also has grown tremendously in the leadership department and the ability to play make for others .
2022 5’8 guard Maleec Myers is a flat out dog! Myers ability to create his own shot , rebound the ball at his size , score on all 3 levels and defend at an elite level make up for his stature. Myers is shifty, athletic and looking to lead the wildcats this year.
Amani Muhammad sophomore guard of Fayetteville State
University looking to come in this season contribute and help lead the lady broncos back to the CIAA championship!
Sophomore Anisa Lewis of Heidi Trask had a awesome freshman season averaging 21 ppg and 7 rebounds! College coaches this is an athlete you should hop on early. Really looking forward to see Lewis use her athletic ability to dominate this year.
The 2020 6’2 215 pound senior guard Mikai Stanley has taken his talents to New Hanover High School. Stanley the Ashley transfer is looking to come in and take the wildcats to another level by adding leadership, athleticism, his ability to stretch the floor from deep, being able to guard the opposing team's best player and finally being able to get to the basket anytime he wants. College coaches keep an eye out for this stud!
2022 6’4 guard Jakwon Moore will be one of the main focal points at Pender High School this year. Moore is a very athletic guard who can not only score on all 3 levels but who can defend and rebound with the best of them.
Uncw 6’2 junior Charity Powell is looking to have a breakout season for the lady Seahawks. Powell is looking to play a little bit more on the perimeter this season along with dominating the post. The junior forward will look to to be amongst the CAA leaders in rebounds and points this season . Good luck Charity!
After being named an honorable mention Juco All-American and winning 2 conference championships at Cape-fear Community College Donte Tatum will continue his college career at Samford University . The junior guard is looking to make a immediate impact and dominate this season.
Class of 2022 Big Patrick Wessler of Butler High School has been offered by Elon University and New Orleans University. The 7’0 235 pound big has a nice touch around the basket, nice jump shot from 10-15 feet out and solid footwork around the basket as well. “Big Pat” will be a big part of Butler's success this year as he continues his progression as a dynamic basketball player.
2022 6’4 guard Kheni Briggs is a stud. A.L. Brown High School has one of the most talented guards in the state regardless of class. Kheni holds multiple Division 1 offers and and interest. College coaches are impressed with Briggs ability to attack the basket and finish around and over defenders with both hands. The sophomore guard has also improved his shooting ability over the summer and looking to lead his team deep in the playoffs.
Brantley Springer would be a steal for any college coach. The 6’2 guard can pass, dribble and shoot with the best of them. Stringer only being a sophomore has huge upside, he has the ball on string, has a great feel for the game can play on and off the ball well and finally can run a team and get everyone involved. I’m so looking forward to see him lead the South Eastern Homeschool Cardinals this upcoming season.
2022 6’1 guard Khalil Marshall is elite! Word of God has truly picked up and an outstanding guard who knows how to run a team, score on all 3 levels and defend at a high level. Marshall has worked to be one of the top guards in the state, his ability to score in transition, and impact a game solely on leadership will be something to look out for this season.
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