Here are some of the top performers from Night one of #PhenomJmac
PSB Elite Frazier:
6’4 2019 Caleb Mills:
Mills was in his bag all night long producing what felt like effortless 25+ point efforts in both of his games tonight. He’s such a silky smooth guard that creates for himself in one of the smoothest fashions I’ve ever seen. He had 75+ coaches watching him including Head Coaches from Clemson, Providence, and Marquette. Marquette offered him last night making that what felt like his 452nd offer in the past week.
6’3 2019 Lorene Martin:
Martin showcased his elite athleticism last night catching a nice baseline lob and blocking a couple big time shots. At 6’3 some would say he’s an undersized wing but that athleticism definitely does a great job making up for it. He’s one for scholarship coaches to watch closely in need of an athletic wing guard that plays with a high motor at all times.
6’10 2020 Justice Ajogbor:
Ajogbor did a great job rebounding and protecting the rim for PSB all night long and legitimately took over the Team Felton matchup defensively in the first half. He’s a top 40 prospect in the 2020 class and he showed flashes of why last night in a major fashion. I’m really intrigued to see how he develops his offensive game, but there’s no doubt he has plenty to work with.
Team Charlotte 17U:
6’3 2019 Chico Carter:
Carter is an excellent lead guard that is a big-time shot maker, possessing the ability to take over any game at any time. He has that Team Charlotte edge instilled by Jeff McGinnis and it’s clear he’s a mid major + prospect. He defended with a high level of intensity all night long and displayed excellent communication skills throughout most of the game.
6’3 2019 AJ McKee:
McKee is a remarkably tough on ball defender that makes the man he’s guarding work for literally everything he gets. He displays excellent footwork and IQ on that end of the court, bringing a high level of tenacity and dawg on every possession. It’s clear he loves to defend and that skill 100% translates to the next level, coaches in need of a guy that can be a stopper and guard 2-3 positions he is your guy.
NC Red Storm:
6’0 2019 Dakari Johnson:
Johnson was giving PSB everything he could handle in this one with his smooth perimeter game and relentless fight on the offensive end. He’s a point guard that can absolutely light you up from deep that has clearly developed the rest of his game and will continue to, now as a part of the 2019 class heading to Washington Prep next year.
5’10 2019 Bryson Childress:
This dude is simply unbelievable… he had to deal with playing against Jeff McGinnis and was more than just up for the challenge. He was probably the best player on the court and was going to tell everyone about the work he was putting in. A couple of his exchanges with opposing players and coaches just showed that crazy self-confidence he possesses to go with legit game takeover ability. He was on another level tonight.
6’3 2019 Deangelo Elliot:
Elliot is such a dominant offensive presence when attacking. He has a tendency to fall in love with the jumper at times, but he is such a great driver, gaining a head of steam with an ability to finish through contact. He’s a capable perimeter scorer, but he is so dominant when getting downhill that you want to see him do that even more.
Team Takeover Grey:
5’11 2019 Noah Bullock:
It was my first time seeing this group play and one of the first things I noticed was the toughness and leadership from Point Guard Noah Bullock. He does a great job running this team and was an integral part of their comeback in the 2nd half with his excellent decision making and ability to finish at the cup. Scholarship coaches definitely need to check him out.
6’5 2020 Ricky Council IV:
Ricky Council is a star in the making with an ability to be a high flyer that now possesses an elite perimeter game. His catch and shoot 3 ball looked so pretty last night and I can’t wait to see how his game develops even further. He’s one of my favorite 2020s in the state and he showed why last night in front of 90+ coaches.
6’3 2019 Jackson Gammons:
Gammons did a great job creating offense and knocking down shots in what was a so-so performance for Team Felton last night. He’s such an excellent vocal leader that even when he doesn’t play incredibly well you can still recognize his impact on his team. He’s one that will probably be headed into high school season with double digit offers, I don’t see why he wouldn’t
Hoop State Elite Rexrode:
6’8 2020 Josiah Shackelford:
Shackelford is such a tough big to handle on both ends of the court with his elite ability to block shots and insane athleticism on offense. He’s starting to really develop his touch around the basket and work on his mid-range game making his potential actually ridiculous. He’s one of my favorite true big man to watch and is a bonafide D1 player boasting an offer from Coppin State.
Team Vision 17U:
6’3 2020 Tyler Mckinney:
McKinney is a smooth 6’3 shooter that can create his own shot off the bounce at a really high level. He’s really shown an ability to be comfortable running a team which is something I’ve never seen from him before that makes him a really intriguing prospect in the 2020 class. He definitely has a legit chance to be a D1 player at the rate he’s producing and improving his game.