HoopSeen North Carolina Updated 2023 Rankings Top 40
With the high school season at over the mid-way point, we have updated our class of 2023 rankings for North Carolina. Let's take a dive into the rankings.
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All I do is win, win, win no matter what. If anyone sums up the 2010 DJ Khaled anthem on the basketball court, it is Silas Demary Jr. The 6-foot-4 guard from Liberty Heights Athletic Institute in Charlotte, North Carolina has won at every level he has played at. Winning just follows him. He will be playing with Team Curry on the Under Armour circuit this travel season and I wouldn't be surprised to see Sim Frazier's squad at the top.
Dillione has solidified himself as a top-50 recruit in the country. He has been putting up outrageous numbers at the school that John Wall built, Word of God in Raleigh, North Carolina. The 6-foot-5 Dillione is a prospect that has size, controls the ball, can score from all spots and is able to defend. He has offers from a good amount of high-major schools and should be considered one of the top-prospects nationally.
The man, the myth the internet sensation that is Mikey Williams takes the third spot. Now at Vertical Academy outside of Charlotte, North Carolina, the 6-foot-3 guard is electrifying in the open floor and can attack the rim as well as anyone. With Vertical, Williams is playing the best of the best on a nightly basis and has improved since he first got to North Carolina by way of California.
Brandon Gardner comes in at #4 in the latest update. The forward who spent much of the travel season with Team Thad was a regular on the HoopSeen platform and played up an age group with the 17's. He has the size and the skillset to make a major impact at the college level as soon as he steps on campus. He is a full of energy prospect that can run the floor, block shots and can get baskets all over the floor.
Coming at #5 in the 2023 rankings is Chambers High School point guard Jaylen Curry. The 6-foot-2 floor general picked up an offer from Providence College recently and has been putting on a show with distributing the basketball for one of North Carolina's top public school teams. He spent a little bit of time this summer playing with Team USA.