2019 North Carolina HoopSeen Fall Preview Top performers: Part II
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Our HoopSeen Fall Preview took to the road and 80 players filled up the gorgeous Levine Center at Queens University on Sunday for a full day of action on the hardwood. We came away impressed with the field and a number of players stood out with their play. Here is the second round of top performers from the event.
Briggs has the look of a quality tight end on the basketball court. He is powerful and explosive. He had a good number of finishes at the rim with contact that most players wouldn’t have been able to succeed at. His body control was impressive along with his thick frame that allows him to withstand the contact. His shot-making was impressive on the day, knocking down shots from beyond the three-point line and the mid-range jump shot. Briggs is hard to stay in front of and his passing ability is very underrated. - Justin Byerly
Team Charlotte guards are easy to spot in this type of setting. They are tougher, handle adversity, and get after it. Bynum is a Team Charlotte kid through and through. The 6-foot-4 guard loves to attack the paint and finish around the basket. Time after time he got past his defender met another defender at the basket and either finished or was fouled. He has long arms that allow him to cause problems on the defensive side. He is explosive off the dribble and is just a lean prospect that gets where he wants to on the floor. His recruitment is steady with UNC-Wilmington Head Coach CB McGrath coming in to see him workout recently and Elon showing interest. - Justin Byerly
Felton was one of the best big men in the entire camp. When he was around the basket, he was really good. He kept it simple and never deviated from his strengths. His footwork is crafty in the paint and he scored well near the rim. Always vocal on both sides of the ball, Felton has a natural leadership quality to him. When a shot went up, his natural instinct was to find a man and box him out. A good passer for his size and position, Felton played well with size and found guards as they cut through the paint. Overall, it was a really good day of basketball for Felton. - Justin Young
The long forward was a match-up problem at the camp because of his versatility to go inside and out on both sides of the floor. He went out to the wing and was able to get past defenders with the dribble en route to the basket. Grant’s passing and court awareness is very good for his position. He was able to find slashing guards and corner three-point shooters in this setting. When he was around the rim, his touch was soft and he converted buckets inside the paint. From top to bottom, this was a very productive day for Grant. - Justin Young
Green has seen his stock rise over the last few months with some regional offers followed by an offer from Buzz Williams and Texas A&M. The upside is there for the 6-foot-8 forward who played with Team CP3 this spring and summer on the EYBL circuit. The sophomore showed why his recruitment has reached SEC level today. He has the length and shooting ability to stretch the defense, he runs the floor really well for his size, he rebounded and blocked shots at a high level. He showed he has a soft touch around the rim and picked up a lot of easy baskets off put backs. All key attributes for a highly recruited forward. - Justin Byerly
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