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Team 7 Coach: Twuan Wilson #21: 5’11 ’22 N’Fari Benjamin (Rabun Gap) Starting things off, we look at a player that really impressed with his phenomenal two-way presence, N’Fari Benjamin. He’s a very smart, quick lead guard prospect with a strong motor and muscular frame. Benjamin is a useful ball-handler and passer that simply thrives when getting downhill, attacking the basket, and...read more
One of the few South Carolina prospects that made their way to the Phenom WNC 150 in Cherokee was 2021 6’7 Earl Burgess, a prospect that immediately catches your eye with intrigue. Part of a successful program at Dorman, who is coming off a 28-3 season and a 5A state championship, Burgess is looking to show everyone just what he is capable of doing. At the Phenom WNC 150, he automatically...read more
The standouts continue from the Phenom WNC 150 Camp. Check out more names from an action-filled camp in North Carolina.read more
Players caught the eyes of many at the Phenom WNC 150, but these are just players that really brought it in Cherokee.read more
Team 6 Coach: Walker #8:5’4 ’23 Keenan Wilkins (Hendersonville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that has the chance to become a really high-level floor general, Keenan Wilkins. He’s a somewhat undersized point guard with great two-way instincts and an exceptional feel for the game. Wilkins is a smart, unselfish ball-handler that can get by basically any opponent and enter the...read more
#39 5’10 2020 Jordan Coleman: Chester High School (SC) Coleman is a strong explosive athlete that plays the game with a chip on his shoulder. He fully understands that playing with a high level of effort is a great way to get noticed and that’s exactly what he did in this one. He did a great job at getting downhill, finishing at the cup, either through contact or straight-line above the rim!...read more
South Carolina Phenom 150 Evaluations Team 2 Coach: Jordan Washington #55:5’6 ’22 Jaden Sanders (Dalzell, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that brought a team-first approach to camp, Jaden Sanders. He’s a scrappy guard prospect with a strong motor and the ability to complement teammates on the court. Sanders scored the ball decently well and consistently looked to make...read more