Colin Radcliffe put together what's learned from the fall in the final showcase of the season for Big Shots at the Wilmington Top 150 event. He is a repeat MVP winner after winning the award at the Big Shots Southeast event. Radcliffe averaged 22 points per game during the showcase games, drilling the game-winning 3-pointer in one game this past weekend.
He shot the ball well during the skills sessions and showed off his ability to get to the rim through traffic using his strength in Wilmington. He finished with a game-high 24 points in his final game of the day, adjusting to added ball pressure and different defensive looks. Radcliffe used his dribble drive to get to the rim and didn't settle for just 3-pointers. He's slowly emerging as a breakout candidate in the 2020 class and one to keep an eye on at Living Water Christian.
Cameron Spain is a two-sport prospect that plays football and basketball. On the hardwood, he's a force to be reckoned with with his ability to attack the rim and finish with thunderous dunks. He's a prospect that certainly turned heads with his ability to finish at the rim and rebound in bunches. He's an intriguing member of the 2020 class over in the state of South Carolina at Socastee High School.
Sabastian Haidera is another prospect that's had growing potential in a number of Big Shots Top 150 showcases. He's an impressive point guard that can adjust to the talent around him. This past weekend, he showed off his ability to distribute and shoot the 3-ball, finishing with 15 points and a number of assists at the lead guard spot. He's a tough prospect that competes on both ends and one to watch at Hoggard High School this upcoming season.
Wes Case was a solid role player at Big Shots Wilmington, showing off his high IQ at the guard spot. Case was another prospect that adjusted well to his surroundings, distributing when needed and slashing to the rim with the ball when needed. He was unselfish with his decision making this past weekend and did well to get some attention. He was also a head-turner in the Slam Dunk Contest.
Sklyer Davies was an impressive forward prospect at Big Shots Wilmington with his ability to use his 6-foot-7 height to his advantage. Davis used his length well on both ends to make a difference on the hardwood. On defense, he blocks shots well without fouling and rebounds in bunches. On offense, he can finish in traffic and has a nice shot from the midrange area. He's approaching his senior season now at Coastal Christian High School.
Everett Lewis was an impressive guard that got open off the ball and defended with purpose. He's got solid awareness on the defensive end and makes an impact an impact with his ability to alter shots. On offense, he can shoot the 3-pointer and get to the rim. He's an underrated slasher and athlete to keep an eye on at Dixon High School.
Jamison Long was solid at the Big Shots Wilmington event, especially shooting the 3-ball. Long made a total of eight 3-pointers across the two showcase games. He did well to find open space on the floor to get his shot off with efficiency, averaging 14 points per contest. He's a sharpshooting floor general due for a strong senior year at Topsail High School.