Charlotte Royals Hall of Fame

Andre Davis
Played on seven National Tournament Teams for the Royals, five of which placed in the top ten. AAU All-American; Royals player of the year in 1992. Scored 50 points in a High School game at Independence High School. Outstanding guard at UNCC; made Metro All Rookie team as freshman. Played for Royals AAU club from age 12-18.

Todd Fuller

Played five years with the Royals, and helped 17/u team to fifth place National finish. All State at Charlotte Christian. Academic All American at N.C. State. First round NBA selection. After 7 year NBA career, played in Spain and European Leagues.


Justin Gray

Played for Royals National Championship 16/u team in 2000. Played at Oak Hill High School on undefeated National Championship team. All-ACC selection at Wake Forest. Played for USAB Gold Medal team at Junior Men World Championship.


Jenis Grindstaff

A two-time AAU All-American for the Royals, Jenis led his teams to Top 10 medals in both the Junior Boys (5th, 1996) and Senior Boys (6th, 1997) National Tournaments. Set a NCAAU record with 52 points in the Senior Boys State Tournament. N.C. High School Player of the Year. Played at the University of Tennessee, and professionally in England.

Rod Howard
AAU All-American in 1992 and 1993. Played for Royals National Champions in 1993 (senior). All-State High School Player; East vs. West All-Star Game, All-Time leading scorer at Ashbrook High School. Played seven seasons for Royals and appeared in Five National Tournaments. Played four years of college basketball at UNC Charlotte.

Titus Ivory

AAU All-American in 1994. Played for Royals team that won State Championship four straight years (15-19 age division). Played for Royals eight seasons. Member of Royals Stonewall Club. All County in football and basketball at North Mecklenburg High School. East vs. West High School All-Star Game. All-Big- 10 selection at Penn State, now plays professionally in Italy.


Antawn Jamison

Twice named AAU Double All American (Junior and Senior Division). Royals 1995 Player of the Year. All State and All American High School Player at Providence High School. Member of USA Select Team, McDonalds All American game and MVP of Capital Classic. Now an All-Star NBA player with the Washington Wizards.


Demarco Johnson

Double AAU All-American in 1993. Led Royals to National Championship as MVP in Senior Boys National Tournament. Four National Tourneys in his four years as a Royal. East-West All-Star game after senior year at North Meck. All-Conference at UNC Charlotte, and now plays in Italy.


Rashad McCants

AAU All-American, Royals 16/u team won National Championship, and finished 3rd as juniors. Two-time selection to USAB Youth Development Festival, Nike All-American Camp, McDonald's All-American Game, All-American and All-ACC player at the University of North Carolina. Now playing for the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA.


Devon Seaford

Played 12 years with the Royals, leading his teams to seven state finals. Played in nine national championship tournaments and the Junior Olympic Games. Scored 2,529 points as a high school player. NACA All-American, four-time All-Conference and twice All-County. Named by as one of the Top 10 Performers of the summer circuit in 2005. Signed with D1 Lipscomb Univ, and now plays for Queens Univ of Charlotte.


Scooter Sherrill

Led Royals 19/u team to the State Championship, NC East-West All Star game. MVP of State Championship for West Rowan High. Gold Medal winner in World Youth Games and USAB Youth Festival, member of USAB Junior National Select Team, McDonald's All-American, N.C. High School Player of the Year, 4 year player at N.C. State. Now playing in Europe.


Andrea Stinson

Three-time AAU All American and twice MVP in National Tournament. Led North Meck High School to State Championship; USA Today All-American, led Royals (then Monarchs) to 18/u National Championship in 1986. All American at NC State University; member of USA Basketball International Select Teams, and outstanding professional player in Europe. One of the All-Time greats of the WNBA Charlotte Sting.

Tony White
Played on first Charlotte AAU Team, two-time AAU All-State. Outstanding High School career at Independence High School, All American at University of Tennessee, scoring over two thousand points; played on USA Pan-American games team, played with Chicago Bulls and NY Knicks before a long successful career in European Leagues.
Chuck Wittman
Played nine seasons for Royals and appeared in eight National AAU tournaments, including Senior Boys National Champions in 1993 and Final Four teams in 1987 and 1988. All-time leading scorer at Charlotte Catholic High School, All- County in football and basketball. Member of Royals Stonewall club for outstanding defenders. All-American at Queens College, where he was the school's career scoring leader when he graduated. Played professionally in Brazil.