Top talent on Grand Strand for AAU Tourney

Gamecocks head coach Darrin Horn watches the action at Socastee

Over 30 of the top 100 high school basketball players in the country are in Myrtle Beach at the Big Shots AAU Tournament. 123 teams will be playing over the next four days and the talent level is attracting college coaches from across the country including the Gamecocks head man Darrin Horn and new Clemson basketball coach Brad Brownell. Also on hand for Thursday's action were East Carolina head man Jeff Lebo and LaSalle head coach Dr. John Giannini.

Two WPDE All Hoop Zone selections were in action on Thursday. The Dillon AAU team featured Wildcats guard Jarvis Williams and Myrtle Beach high's Everett Golson is playing for the Carolina Ravens. Golson continues to juggle a busy summer with football and basketball.