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Court XIV Classic: Day 1 Analysis

Jamie Shaw02/06/22
Article written by:On3 imageJamie Shaw

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2023 5-star Kylan Boswell of Chandler (AZ) AZ Compass (photo cred- Jamie Shaw)

Charlotte, N.C. – The crowd showed up, and the atmosphere was great for the inaugural Court XIV Classic. An outstanding slate of games was on deck with ranked players from the 2022, 2023, and 2024 classes. On3 Sports was courtside to bring you the standouts.

Adrame Diongue

There is something about a player who gets better each time out. Diongue has only been playing basketball for three years, and each time he steps on the floor, you see a new wrinkle in his game. Diongue is 7-foot and naturally a very fluid athlete. He has good hands and is showing ability off the bounce. The Chandler (AZ) AZ Compass center finished with 13 points and four blocks in his Court XIV debut.

Diongue is still available with offers from Kansas, Texas, Illinois, Texas Tech, and others. Look for him to start taking visits in the next few weeks.

Trey Parker

Parker is pure electricity each time he steps on the floor. The Charlotte (NC) Vertical Academy point guard has explosive pop with length; he is a highlight reel in transition. In the half-court, he has deep, consistent range out to 28-feet and showed good vision when playing out of the pick and roll. Parker, who claims offers from Mississippi State and NC A&T, finished with 16 points in this one.

Elijah Jamison

Jamison has consistently been one of the most productive players in North Carolina’s 2022 class. The 6-foot-2 point guard touches the paint almost every possession with the ball. His muscular frame allows him to take a bump, and he is crafty with his angles around the basket. Jamison is a competitor, and he keeps coming at you the entire game. He finished this game with 11 points, five assists, five rebounds, and two steals in the Court XIV win.

Jamison recently picked up an offer from Wichita State. He is hearing from a host of schools at the mid to high-major level.

Kylan Boswell

The first thing you notice about Boswell is how strong he has gotten. The 6-foot-2 point guard plays a smooth and calm game. He is battle-tested as he won with Team USA and Nike’s 16u Peach Jam championship. Boswell attacked the pick and roll with precision and showed he can toggle between being a scorer and running a team. The Chandler (AZ) AZ Compass point guard finished with a game-high 17 points and six assists, and two steals in the Court XIV win.

Boswell took his first official visit to UNLV last week. He is setting up official visits with Illinois and Arizona in the coming weeks.

Jayden Epps

Epps is confident and aggressive, always has been. The shots were often falling for the Lincolnton (NC) Combine Academy guard. Epps got to his spots in the half-court, knocked down his threes off the catch, and attacked the rim in transition. He also guarded the point of attack, full-court, for the entire game. Epps finished with an event-high 26 points in the Court XIV win.

Epps has signed with Illinois.

Dok Muordor

To this point, the 7-foot senior has been a flashes guy. Lengthy with touch and hands, the Huntington (WV) Prep center put together a very productive 32 minutes here. He rose high to knock down shots from the mid-range, finished out of the dunker spot, and blocked four shots at the rim. The flashes are becoming more sustained as he finished with 14 points and four blocked shots in his Court XIV debut.

Muordor claims offers from LSU, South Florida, and Oregon State.