Sam Perez was impressive with the basketball in his hands at Big Shots Wilmington. He was a force attacking the rim and rebounding the ball on both ends during the showcase games. Perez showed off his shooting ability during the skills sessions and proved he's a versatile scoring threat with his 16 points per game average during games. His confidence with the ball is growing and he's one to keep watch for at Middle Creek High School. Receiving interest from Elon and UNCW.
Bennie Brooks is an emerging scorer in the 2021 class in North Carolina. He can score on all three levels with his size and added strength. On defense, he can create turnovers with his awareness on the floor and push the fastbreak the opposite direction. When he's engaged on the defensive end, he's an even more effective player on the floor. He put up 18 points in each of his two showcase appearances, showing off his ability to score in a variety of ways. He's a growing sleeper prospect in the 2021 class in North Carolina at East Carteret High School. Receiving interest from ECU and High Point.
Simeon Womack was a nice change of pace combo guard that did a little bit of everything at Big Shots Wilmington. He can shoot it from 3, he can get to the rim, rebound the ball and defend at a high level. Womack claimed the 3-Point Contest championship at Big Shots Wilmington Top 150. He's got nice length for his size at 6-foot-1 and uses it well to defend the basketball on the perimeter and in the paint. On offense, he's got a nice feel for the floor and creating his own shot. He made the trip all the way from Florida, where he attends Stanton College Prep.
Emmanuel White was the top on-ball defender at Big Shots Wilmington. Playing with gears to his game, he used his ability to get to the paint and finish strong as an asset and had a high IQ for making things happen when he touched the floor. He put up nice numbers during the showcase games with his scrappy ball-defending and decision-making. His smarts with the ball should carry him this season at Dan River High School.
Christian Williams showed off his ability to score on all three levels at Big Shots Wilmington. Williams has been a developing small forward throughout the Big Shots showcases with nice length and an aggressive style. He put together 13.0 points per contest in the final weekend, showing off his ability to score on all three levels and get to the rim. He's got a solid frame at 6-foot-3 that he uses well to create off the dribble. He's a member of the 2021 class to keep eyes on at West Brunswick High School.
Tucker Morgan was another impressive name at Big Shots Wilmington with his ability to shoot the basketball. Morgan is a developing shooter with range from all over the court and he put it on display at this past event with 15 points to open the showcase games. He's got nice length at 6-foot-3 and confidence as a shooter, off the catch and off the dribble. Northwood High School will be lucky to have him in the rotation this season.