What a great day of basketball the Spring NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp always is…2018 Session 1, which took place on March 4 at Proehlific Park brought a sold out crowd of prospects, many of them new names, to start their story.

Freshmen prospects from the 2021 class, all the way to unsigned seniors from the 2018 class came to compete. Phenom Hoops had digital media in the house, national scouts read across the country were watching. Ball is Life was in the building videoing and some prospects made names for themselves.

Here are some 2020 Prospects Who Showed Out

5’11” Kahleef Jimmison
Hampton Road Academy (Newport News, VA)

Jimmison plays the game with a great pace. He has good vision and a great handle with understanding of angles that gets him where he wants on the floor. Jimmison is a true type of point guard who makes his team better, but can also go out and find himself a lot of open shots. He averaged 18.3 points on his way to winning two game MVP awards.

 

6’3” LucRichard Rameau
Ravenscroft School (Raleigh, NC)

At first look you see Rameau and he is physically impressive. Watching him play it is very easy to draw comparisons to, former Ravenscroft wing, Houston Baptist freshman Ian Dubose. He has ball skills and confidence. Rameau led the camp in scoring and averaged 24 points per game, he also won 2 game MVPs

 

6’1” JaJuan Carr
Heide Trask High School (Burgaw, NC)

Carr has an explosive, downhill game that keeps opposing players on their heels. Just as productive as he is on offense, he brings it on defense as well. Carr finishes above the rim and uses his strength to take contact in the paint. Watch this one closely as things develop, he should be firmly placed on the D1 radar. During camp Carr averaged 15 points per game and won two game MVP awards.

 

6’9” Justus Shelton
Mountain Heritage High School (Mars Hill, NC)

Shelton has great size and he knows how to play the game, which should come as no surprise seeing his mother played in the WNBA and is now an incredibly successful high school coach at Mountain Heritage High School. Shelton plays so hard and as he is continuously getting stronger, his footwork and hands on the block are producing points. His motor and length on the boards are producing rebounds. Watch him closely as he continues to progress, tools are off the charts here. In camp Shelton averaged 14.3 points and won two game MVP awards.

 

6’ Kennedy Miles
Walter Williams High School (Burlington, NC)
The things Miles does to dominate a game don’t necessarily show up on the stat sheet of a camp setting. Miles has a true point guard’s mentality. He showcased great court vision delivering on time passes all across the floor. He is a good defender and plays the game, on both ends, with a  great pace. We are going to be very interested to watch him moving forward and how he develops, as he has the makings of very good point guard. Miles averaged 8 points per game for the camp and won one game MVP award.

Other Sophomores to Put on your Radar

6’ Landon Sutton of High Point Christian (High Point, NC)

6’5” Kendall Artis-McLean of Rolesville HS (Rolesville, NC)

5’10” Jarquez Jones of Pamlico County HS (Bayboro, NC)

6’6” 2020 JD Davis Home Schooled (Kannapolis, NC)

6’7” Traymond Willis-Shaw of Westover HS (Fayetteville, NC)

6’6” Kahair Rogers of Liberty Heights (Charlotte, NC)