North Carolina Sports Network’s
“All-North Carolina” Picks In High Demand

By David Glenn

North Carolina Sports Network

In March, the North Carolina Sports Network selected its 2023-24 “All-North Carolina” basketball team, consisting of the best in-state players beyond those who play in the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Here’s our 15-man “All-North Carolina” squad, plus honorable mentions, listed with the honors they received from their respective conferences.

“All-North Carolina” First Team

G RJ Felton, 6-3/209, Jr., East Carolina (All-AAC third team)
G Duke Miles*, 6-3/182, Sr., High Point (All-Big South first team)
F Vonterius Woolbright^, 6-6/215, Sr., Western Carolina (SoCon POY)
F Mikeal Brown-Jones*, 6-8/220, Sr., UNC Greensboro (All-SoCon first team)
F Drew Pember^, 6-11/215, Sr., UNC Asheville (Big South POY)

“All-North Carolina” Second Team

G Donovan Gregory^, 6-3/190, Sr., App State (All-Sun Belt first team)
G Kezza Giffa, 6-2/165, Jr., High Point (All-Big South first team)
F Trazarien White, 6-7/190, Sr., UNC Wilmington (All-CAA first team)
F Tre’Von Spillers*, 6-7/205, Jr., App State (All-Sun Belt first team)
F Igor Milicic*, 6-10/225, Jr., Charlotte (All-AAC third team)

“All-North Carolina” Third Team

G Fred Cleveland^, 5-9/165, Sr., NC Central (All-MEAC first team)
G Keyshaun Langley^, 6-1/175, Sr., UNC Greensboro (All-SoCon second team)
G Lu’Cye Patterson, 6-2/205, Sr., Charlotte (All-AAC second team)
G Anthony Dell’Orso*, 6-6/190, So., Campbell (All-CAA second team)
F Kimani Hamilton, 6-7/220, So., High Point (All-Big South first team)

“All-North Carolina” Honorable Mention

G Deyton Albury*, Jr., Queens (All-ASUN third team)
G Landon Glasper, So., North Carolina A&T (All-CAA third team)
G Ja’Darius Harris, Sr., NC Central (All-MEAC second team)
G Grant Huffman*, Sr., Davidson
G Po’Boigh King, So., NC Central (All-MEAC third team)
G Kobe Langley^, Sr., UNC Greensboro (All-SoCon third team)
G AJ McKee*, Jr., Queens (All-ASUN second team)
G Shykeim Phillips^, Sr., UNC Wilmington (All-CAA third team)
F Brandon Johnson*, r-Jr., East Carolina

*—has entered NCAA transfer portal
^—has exhausted NCAA eligibility

While some of this year’s honorees were seniors who exhausted their college eligibility this season, others have entered their names in the transfer portal. Some of those players already have selected their new destination, with the ACC as a primary beneficiary.

App State’s Spillers, for example, already has committed to Wake Forest. ECU’s Johnson already has pledged to Miami. McKee has chosen Wisconsin-Milwaukee.