Coach Rick’s Top Performers Day 2 Phenom Team Camp

It was another exciting day at the Phenom Team Camp. Competition was tremendous and the crowds and college coaches in attendance were entertained to terrific play on the court. Before we take a look at the standout players on Day 2, let’s take a look at the top players from Day 1¬†http://www.phenomhoopreport.com/coach-ricks-top-performers-day-1-phenom-team-camp/

 

6’8 2020 Josh Hall (Moravian Prep)

The FIVE STAR smooth, fluid and perimeter forward showcased a complete offensive arsenal in his three games on Day 2. Known for his long distance accuracy for his 3-point shooting, 6’8 Josh Hall was more engaged on both ends of the court. He disrupted the offensive flow of the opposing team utilizing his length and anticipation stepping into passing lanes for steals and transition dunks. Naturally, the soft shooting Hall was effective once again beyond the arch, but also showcased a nice mid-range game and a nifty tear drop floater in the lane. Hall has tremendous body control and the game comes effortful to him. The hard working Hall has seen his stock rise dramatically over the course of the year and will be one of the top prospects in the 2020 class nationally.

 

 

6’2 2021 Nick Green (Royal Knights)

6’2 2020 Nick Green has all the physical attributes and intangibles that will make him s scholarship level scoring guard. He has good strength, athleticism and a matching skill set. He’s an effective and efficient perimeter shooter and has the ability to score off the dribble/bounce. More importantly, Green has components to his game that simply come naturally. That being said, he has many things that you can’t teach. He’s a tremendous competitor and plays with the proverbial chip on his shoulders. In addition, Green is an excellent defender and can guard multiple positions, not to mention he is a terrific rebounder for his size and position.

 

 

6’2 2020 Jarijah Burris (South Pointe)

6’2 2020 Jarijah Burris used the Phenom Team Camp as his personal playground and stage on Day 2 of action. We’re talking about a total all around player that brought effort, intensity and a competitive nature to each of his games on Saturday. We were impressed with his consistency. Burris went off for 27 and 22 points respectively in the two impressive wins for South Pointe. He’s engaged, active and presents a presence on the court.

 

 

6’3 2022 Sam Cogan (Lincoln Charter)

6’2 2022 is the type of player that just makes things happen on both ends of the court. He’s a tough, gritty, blue-collar player that will give you effort and energy 100% of the time. He is deceptively quick especially with his first step off the dribble. He can score from all three levels, but will get a lot of points off pure hustle. Cogan is a coach on the floor and his competitiveness is equally matched by his skill set. He’s a high IQ player, that is fundamentally sound and just has a knack for making winning plays.

 

 

6’4 2020 Zachary Bessette (Central Cabarrus)

6’4 2020 Zachary Bessette has excellent size for a shooting guard. He has outstanding shooting mechanics, forms and natural scoring abilities. He can score from all three levels, but is such an effortless, efficient and effective perimeter shooter. We were impressed with his leadership on the court and made things happen on both ends of the court. ¬†Bessette has good length and rebounds extremely well on both ends of the court, not to mention he brings a level of confidence to the game.