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DeAnte Green, Christ School


By BigShots Nation, 09/23/19, 7:00AM EDT


Check out the latest update to the Top 10 bigs in North Carolina's 2022 class.

North Carolina's 2022 class of bigs is chocked full of talent and versatility. Take a look at the Top 10 bigs entering the 2019-20 high school season.

1. DeAnte Green, Christ School

DeAnte Green is a prospect at Christ School who's really starting to blow up as another high school season approaches. Green is a versatile forward that can play inside and outside with his size at 6-foot-9 and 205 pounds. He's got mobility, ballhandling and a high IQ with the ball in his hands. Green holds offers from Texas A&M, Elon, Winthrop, Norfolk State and North Carolina A&T already.

2. Asa White, Garner Magnet

Asa White is a 6-foot-8 prospect with tons of ability. He did well on the interior for Garner Magnet High School this past season and there are murmurs he's able to extend his game to the perimeter. Now, he just needs to show his three-level scoring ability. He's a dominant post already that dunks everything and controls the boards. 

3. Jeremy Gregory, Carmel Christian

Jeremy Gregory is a big man prospect listed at 6-foot-7 that takes up space and dominates on both ends. He's due for a breakout season after putting up just 2.5 points and 1.4 rebounds per game as a freshman on varsity. He had a strong summer for Team Charlotte which should carry over into the high school season for Carmel Christian. 

4. Eric Wynn, Community Christian

6-foot-8 big man Eric Wynn was a walking double-double this past season for Community Christian as a freshman, averaging 16.6 points and 13.3 rebounds per game. He was quite the rim protector as well, swatting 3.2 blocks per contest. He's another member of this class set to make waves with his play, especially with Jimmy Forte, a lethal member of the 2020 class, leading the way.

5. Patrick Wessler, Butler

Patrick Wessler is a 7-footer with a high motor and knack for protecting the paint. He's got nice mobility and is still learning how to make an impact on the floor. Wessler has grown a lot since his freshman season and appeared on the varsity squad for Butler, averaging 3.7 points and 3.2 rebounds per contest. He already holds an offer from Elon.

6. Adrame Diongue, Mt. Zion Christian

Adrame Diongue is a 6-foot-10 forward at Mount Zion Christian Academy that's long and athletic. He's quick off his feet and makes his presence felt when he's on the floor. Diongue is active and uses his length well in the post to make plays on offense. It will be interesting to see how he's developed in 2019-20.

7.  Nolan Ford, Sanderson

Nolan Ford is a burden to bear in the post at 6-foot-9 and a prospect to keep an eye on at Sanderson High School this season alongside Tylan Green (2020) in the frontcourt. He played sparingly in 2018-19 but should get more time this season. Ford is a force inside and can stretch the floor with his ability to score on all three levels. He takes command on the glass and alters shots as one of the top bigs in North Carolina's 2022 class.

8. Chatham Lambiotte, Cape Fear Academy

Chatham Lambiotte will be a big man to keep eyes on at Cape Fear Academy in 2019-20. He's got a high IQ on the offensive and defensive end. He can score from the block and is lethal from the high post area. He uses his length well to alter shots and rebound as well. His development will be the key to his success.

9. Sahmir King, Mt. Zion Christian Academy

Sahmir King played sparingly for Riverside-Durham's varsity squad in 2018-19 but his role should grow a ton in his sophomore season as he moves over to Mount Zion Christian Academy.  He's long and has a knack for attacking the rim with reckless abandon when he establishes position on the block. He'll be another big man to watch at Mount Zion.

10. Wesley Johnson, Leesville Road

Wesley Johnson has slowly blossomed into a 6-foot-10 prospect that we've had the pleasure of watching grow over the years. He's a shot-blocker and rebounder that should replace R.J. Wilson and what he brought to their frontcourt in 2018-19. He had a strong summer for Garner Road Graves and is due to make an impact for Leesville Road this season.