Every year the NC Phenom 150 Exposure camp brings out players from across the region, they are players who walk into the gym and want to compete. They want to showcase themselves and write their own stories.

Spring of 2018 was no different, in fact we were able to sell out two camps with players coming from six different states around the area. There were some familiar names that we saw a ton of growth with and there were some new names to put on the table…

Without further ado, here is Part 2 of the 2019s who stood out during Session 2

6’4” Asanti Price
Eau Claire (Columbia, SC)

This was our first viewing of Price and everyone on our staff walked away incredibly impressed. Price has good length and nice ball skills as he brought the ball up for a lot of the day. He has an aggressive downhill dribble and was able to finish throughout the day. Very intriguing prospect, excited to watch more of him as he is a true Division 1 prospect.

 

6’7” Latrell Marshall
Fort Dorchester (North Charleston, SC)

Marshall walked on the floor passing the look test. He is long and has a sturdy frame. Marshall was a strong two-handed rebounder. He was confident with the ball in his hands, around the rim, even finishing strong above the rim in traffic. A very good day for him, solidified himself as a scholarship level player.

 

5’11” Nathan Yow
Grace Christian (Sanford, NC)

Yow won the Mr. Station award at camp. They lefty is a natural born leader, vocal and gritty on the court. He shot the ball at a high level throughout camp, showing deep range with great confidence. Yow has excellent vision as he was able to get into the lane and he found teammates well.  A certain college level player.

 

6’11” Julian Steinfield
Grace Christian (Sanford, NC)

Steinfield was a walk up to camp and quite a revelation throughout the day. We had seen him a few times previously, but it seems every time we watch he shows us something new. A 4.0 student, Steinfield runs the floor like a deer. He is length and athletic and tried to dunk on everyone around the basket. Steinfield stepped away and knocked down a couple of threes during the event and he also showcased good vision from the top of the key. A sure fire Division 1 prospect, he is one that academic schools need to get on ASAP as he could develop past their level with a strong summer and into next season.