OTR Hoops: Top Shooters from the Carolina Mayhem – July 8, 2024

GREENSBORO, North Carolina, – July kicked off with the OTR Carolina Mayhem at Proehlific Park. Many of the top programs from the Carolinas were in the building to gear up for the open periods in upcoming weeks. Here is a list of SHOOTERS that emerged from the weekend.

By: Jonathan Hemingway

Trevor Manhertz – WCBA – 2026

The lefty wing heated up with a trio of threes in his team’s first game. With a slim 6-foot-5 frame, Manhertz uses his footwork to get open in the halfcourt. He does a nice job of moving around screens and finding the open angle in the offense. In the transition game, he is fleet footed and able to sprint past defenders for opportunities. This was a good start for the month of July, and we expect him to continue to trend upward.

Isaiah Green – Team All Carolina – 2025

Green is a natural at the shooting guard position. He stretches the defense with his deep range and backs it up with a high shooting percentage. We got a good look at Green in his team’s matchup with Garner Road on Saturday afternoon. He ripped the nets and earned recognition as one of the top shooters at the event.

Callen Morrison – Boo Williams – 2027

Morrison was one of the few underclassmen to leave a major impression after this weekend. He put up a 17-point effort, which included five 3-pointers from downtown. He is a confident guard with terrific athleticism. The potential for even greater heights is there for the sophomore.

Nolan Ericson – PSB Elite – 2026

Ericson got on the map with a major effort in a win on Saturday afternoon. He is a lefty shooting guard with a quick, compact release. He plays the game efficiently. He rarely makes unforced errors and when he gets an opening, he makes the most of it. He is the ideal floor spacer to play alongside a quick point guard in the back court.

Rob McDonald – Team Curry – 2026

McDonald is the most unique prospect on this list. He gets a lot of his production while roaming the baseline and using his body control and touch to score in traffic. However, when he gets his shoulders square from the beyond the arc, he looked to be one of the most consistent shooters over the weekend. He stands with nice size at 6-4 and athleticism to match. His follow through is high and more importantly he has confidence.

Sam Quebedeaux – Team Curry – 2026

Quebedeaux caught our attention with a couple of corner threes in a Sunday morning game. He then followed that up with some deft ball handling and quick slashes to the bucket. He has the skills to play the point, but coaches will be better served to let him play a combo guard role where his shooting abilities can be accentuated. Defenses will have trouble merely trying to take away his jumper given that he has a well-rounded skill set.

Trey Beamer – Team United – 2026

Beamer was one of the top players regardless of position at the event. His shooting abilities put him in elite company this weekend. His length and long limbs ought to give college coaches something to be excited about. This combined with his play-making ability off the dribble, he is poised for plenty of attention over the next two years of his high school career. We were excited about his shot making. He is very comfortable taking the 3-pointer off the bounce going either direction. And he seems to hit it at a high clip as well.

Jonathan Hemingway has been a National Evaluator for On the Radar Hoops since 2013. He has been involved in the basketball community since 1995 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him at JLHemingway@gmail.com and follow him on twitter @JL_Hemingway.