I find it intriguing to follow players in other regions! As the game continues to grow, so does the ability of young athletes. It amazes me how some young players burst onto the scene and create a buzz. The culture of high school basketball has create opportunities for young men and women to showcase their talent.
The class of 2023 is loaded with big names and young players. Who are making noise on a national level. ESPN Top 25 has a good mixture of talent at a variety of positions, But there’s one thing I have come to understand the Top 25 is not where it stops.
The state of North Carolina has a young rising prospect in 2023 6’5” guard Bryce Cash of Charlotte Christian School. When you first look at Bryce you can’t help but notice his physical structure. The scary part is he’s not fully developed.
Last season in 26 games; Bryce average 11.3 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 3.2 assists per game. It’s still early in Bryce development, but you can see he has the tools to be special. At 6’5 Bryce can guard multiple positions, also he plays with a high motor and has good ball skills.
Bryce is strong physical and athletic; he is effective in the open court. He’s quick off the bounce and has a knack for being in the right place at the right time. As Bryce game continues to grow he must develop a mid range shot. Overall Bryce is a prospect to keep your eyes on in the future. I definitely like this young man’s game.
AAU Program: Team Curry, High School: Charlotte Christian School Twitter: @BryceCash6