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Several Stand Out at Olympic High School Jamboree
by Corey Pegram, Future150 (10:18 PM CT, Sun November 11, 2012)
2015 PG Malik Massey
2015 PG Malik Massey
Corey Pegram
Corey Pegram:

Regional Recruiting Analyst covering high school and junior nationally.

Charlotte, NC (Future150) -- Twelve North Carolina high school squads got to kick off their high school campaigns on Saturday at the Olympic High School Jamboree, and with a few division one coaches on hand, including those from Appalachian State, Radford, and Wake Forest, several players stepped up to the occasion and impressed. 

Kedrick Flomo; 2014 PG – North Forsyth

This 6’1” scoring guard almost single handedly brought his North Forsyth team back to beat Vance, and he did it with a mixture of perimeter jumpers and aggressive drives to the rim, both in the half court set and in transition.  Despite a first half full of struggles, Flomo’s confidence never wavered, and he caught fire in the second half, hitting shots from all areas of the floor.  He maintains a comfort level that allows his coaches to put the ball in his hands and give him the freedom to make plays.  Flomo has the looks of a solid mid-level recruit, and he gave me an offer list of UNC-Wilmington, Gardner-Webb, Buffalo, East Carolina, and Mercer.

Torin Dorn; 2014 SG – Vance High School

Dorn is a difference maker on both ends of the floor in that he does things that other players don’t want to do.  All the little things that he does are things that often go unnoticed with other players, but with him, they jump out at you because he does them so consistently.  There is constant activity to his game, and he plays with a passion that is contagious.  Add talent to the equation, and you have a great overall prospect.  The 6’4” two guard consistently beat his man off the dribble on Saturday, using an explosive first step, impressive body control, and an ability to extend his dribble that gets him to the rim quickly.  His playmaking ability makes him an even more important piece and even allows him to slide over and play the point at times.  On the other end of the floor, he can guard all three perimeter positions and owns very good court awareness, as he showed a good understanding of help side defense and where to be in relation to the ball. Owning a good load of versatility and upside, Dorn only has one offer from UNC-Charlotte right now but expect more to come soon.

Malik Massey; 2015 PG – Vance High School

Displaying an advanced skillset and an already developed frame, Massey showed why he is considered one of the better sophomores in the area on Saturday.  The 6’1” lead man plays older than his age and has all the makings of a great player and prospect. His midrange game and ability to create his own shot are two strengths, and he’s not just a scorer.  Massey can play the role of orchestrator as well and is a great on ball defender, as he consistently picked up his man full court to force turnovers.  Having heard from UVA and Radford already, Massey’s development will be a fun one to track.

Derrick Brewer; 2014 SG – Vance High School

Another piece to that talented Vance team, Brewer played the role of wing shooter and energizer on Saturday.  He knocked down open shots and provided activity on both ends of the floor.  Brewer has a great looking stroke from deep with a quick release that allows him to make shots off the catch and is also deceptively athletic in that he got to the rim and finished with impressive hang time on multiple occasions. 

Matt Madigan; 2013 SG – Mount Tabor

This 6’3” combo guard flat out knows how to play the game.  He owns a high basketball IQ, great court instincts, and very impressive passing ability.  Madigan consistently made plays for his team Saturday and is their court leader in every way.  Mount Tabor had the ball in his hands a lot but also had him coming off screens to utilize his shooting ability.  Probably more of a shooting guard right now, he has a good dose of point guard skills and abilities, as well, which makes him an even more valuable player.  Definitely a division one prospect, Madigan should see plenty of college coaches in his gym this senior season. 

Jevon Patton; 2013 PG – Olympic HS

Patton is the engine that makes Olympic go.  He’s a true lead man who will always be a distributor at heart.  The 5’8” floor general moves the ball and creates shots for teammates by making simple and accurate passes.  He’s a great drive and kick guy who keeps his head up and dribble alive.  Patton won’t jump out at you in warm up lines, but he’s someone who goes into every game with a plan and executes it.

Deriece Parks; 2013 SF – Olympic HS

Playing the role of shot maker on that Olympic squad, Parks lit up the scoreboard Saturday with his long range shooting.  It proved to be a poor decision for a defender to help off of him, as he consistently made them pay by making shots off the catch.  At 6’4” Parks gets good elevation on his jumper and will surely be one of Olympic’s leading scorers this season. 

Larry Curry; 2014 SG – East Forsyth

One of the more explosive players in the area,  the 6’2” Curry uses athleticism and a strong frame to get to the rim with ease.  Once he’s there, he has the ability to finish himself or make the split decision to find a teammate.  A slashing combo guard right now, Curry has good upside, and his status as a prospect could take off once his skill level catches up to his athletic ability. 

Brandon Childress; 2016 PG – East Forsyth

Only a freshman, Childress got plenty of minutes at the point guard spot and handled his own.  He has a tight handle and was even fairly confident running an offense.  He should be a good one for them down the road and is definitely worth tracking. 

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