The Carolina All-Stars are one of the deepest programs that compete at Peach State Basketball events. Not only do they bring a number of scholarship caliber prospects, but they also bring multiple teams with an array of young talent.
The program from the state of North Carolina is well known for their ability to prepare players to compete at the next level. This fall there will be 30 former Carolina All-Stars for a college program during the 2013-2014 season. Some of the notable alumni include Bayley Coleman-Cox at pay someone to do your homework safe Hampton University, Mylia Garner at UNC-Charlotte and Briana and Bria Day at Syracuse.
Durham, North Carolina
Teams attending #TeamPSB End of the Road Championships:
Carolina All-Stars 2015 Norwood
Carolina All-Stars 2016 Bond
Carolina All-Stars 2016 Richardson
***All rankings and star grades courtesy of ProspectsNation.com
Salita Greene – 2015
Mone Jones – 2015
Kelsi Mahoney – 2015
Amber Richardson – 2015
The All-Stars have reloaded with an ultra-talented team in the class of 2015. This team is headlined by Mone Jones of Durham, N.C. who is currently ranked No. 14 in the ELITE 60. The help with irish essays 6-foot-3 forward provides both skill and length as a versatile weapon on the court. Many college programs are already following Jones closely because of her talent and upside. Look for Jones to one of the top forwards in the nation as she moves into her junior year.
The All-Stars provide plenty of size both along the frontline and on the perimeter. Amber Richardson of Raleigh, N.C., is a great example of this size and versatility. The 5-10 point-forward provides a match-up nightmare for opponents because of her unique skill set. Providing another scoring threat from both inside and outside is Kelsi Mahoney of Concord, N.C. The 6-1 forward has pay to write essay the ability to stretch the floor with the trail jumper in a secondary situation. However, the workhorse of the team is Salita Greene of Durham, N.C. who manages to produce every time she steps onto the court. The 5-11 rebounder provides a perfect balance to an already talented team.
ProspectsNation.com national evaluator Stephen Peck says “The Carolina All-Stars have steadily become a marquee name on the summer circuit with their ability to compete at a high level. This year’s team is no exception as they bring multiple prospects who have already earned a number of scholarship offers. I would not be surprised to see them competing helping with homework for a championship on Sunday at the End of the Road Championships.” Check ProspectsNation.com daily for updates on the Carolina All-Stars as well as the other top players from around the country.
Jonathan Hemingway is the Assistant Director of Scouting for the JumpOffPlus.com. The service is used by more than 150 colleges and universities nationwide. He also serves on the selection committee for the EBA All-American, Fab Five and Super 64 Camps. He has been involved in the community since 2002 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him via email at JonathanHemingway@PeachStateBasketball.com and follow him on twitter @JLHemingwayPSB