SC PHENOM 150 EVENT RECAPS

South Carolina Junior Phenom Top 50 Scorers

Class Height No. Name City State PPG 2025 5′4″ 22 Bryson Drummond Simpsonville SC 19 2024 5′8″ 45 Jashad Mclean Spartanburg SC 14.3 2025 5′2″ 15 Ramani Bruton Greenville SC 14 2024 5′8″ 44 Dylan Evans North Augsuta SC 13.7 2024 5′10″ 55 Bryson Heath Matthews NC 13.3 2025 5′6″ 32 Jamisen Wilds Timmonsville SC 12.7 2024 5′9″ 50 Kito Douglas Florence SC 12.3 2025 5′0″ 10 Kyri Wilson Mooresville NC...

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Afternoon Standouts at SC Jr. Phenom 150 Camp

#10- Kyri Wilson- The quick, extremely fast point guard was one of the most reliable performers from his camp team. Wilson is a quality ball-handler with unselfishness and the ability to control a game in transition. He made consistently smart decisions with the ball in his hands and was able to attack the basket almost whenever he desired.   #15- Ramani Bruton- There’s so much to like with...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 9

Team 9 Coach: Kelvin Mills   #10:5’2 ’25 Daniel Coronell (Fletcher, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that worked hard and showed some solid skills during camp, Daniel Coronell. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect that maintained an excellent attitude and team-first approach throughout the day. Coronell did well without the ball and showed flashes of being a quality spot-up threat....

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 8

Team 8 Coach: Kelvin Mills   #14:5’7 ’24 Damon Howey (Elgin, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a quality amount of contributions, especially for his age, Damon Howey. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect that displayed a solid feel for the game and useful two-way skillset. Howey sees the floor well and understands how to operate within the team concept, which allows him to...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 7

Team 7 Coach: Thompson   #9:5’4 ’23 Michael Forte II (Summerville, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a pretty well-rounded skillset during his time at camp, Michael Forte II. He’s a young point guard prospect that plays a smart, conservative brand of basketball. Forte scores the ball effectively on all three levels and understands how to make plays for himself or...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 6

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...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: McNeil   #3:5’0 ’24 Jordan Barr (Blythewood, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that is already quite productive, but just beginning to scratch the surface of his long-term abilities, Jordan Barr. He’s a young, high IQ point guard prospect that understands how to operate and thrive within the team concept. Barr is somewhat small at this stage, but navigates and...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Mel Abrams   #7:5’4 ’23 Kaprice Rowan Jr. (Columbia, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a lot of translatable skills during his time at camp, Kaprice Rowan Jr. He’s a young point guard prospect that plays with an impressive motor on both sides of the ball. Rowan proved to be a quality playmaker when attacking the basket, but also shot the ball quite...

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Phenom’s South Carolina 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Darius Williams   #6:5’4 ’23 Elijah Dates (Goose Creek, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed well and showcased some solid skills during his time at camp, Elijah Dates. He’s a young point guard prospect with IQ, quickness, and the ability to penetrate pretty well. Dates has quality playmaking instincts and showed a willingness to make plays for others...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 2

Team 2 Coach: Harris   #2:5’0 ’23 Jaydyn Sowell (Pageland, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that brought a great attitude and operated nicely within the team concept, Jaydyn Sowell. He’s a young guard prospect that handles the ball well and plays unselfishly at all times. Sowell plays quite hard on both ends of the floor and defended with great purpose throughout the day. He...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Raye   #1:4’10 ’24 Zehren Hilton (Charlotte, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that continues to emerge as an impact performer, regardless of surrounding talent, Zehren Hilton. He’s a young, somewhat undersized guard prospect that is capable of playing with or without the ball and finding success. Hilton is able to score on all three levels despite his lack of size...

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South Carolina Jr. Phenom: Team 5 Evaluations

South Carolina Jr. Phenom Evaluations   Team 5 Coach: Yusuf English   #15:5’4 ’25 Cameron Davis (Columbia, SC) Starting thins off, we look at a player that brought an excellent attitude to the team and looked to motivate whenever possible, Cameron Davis. He’s a guard with a solid nose for the ball, always ready to make a play and try to secure extra possessions for the team. Davis...

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South Carolina Jr. Phenom: Team 4 Evaluations

South Carolina Jr. Phenom Evaluations   Team 4 Coach: Troy Brace   #3: 5’0 ’24 Christopher Curry (Florence, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that handled the ball fairly well throughout camp, Christopher Curry. He’s somewhat small, but he navigates the floor with passion and looks to make plays in transition. Offensively, Curry did a decent job of hitting open looks while...

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South Carolina Jr. Phenom: Team 1 Evaluations

South Carolina Jr. Phenom Evaluations   Team 1 Coach: Mike Rollins   #1: 4’10 ’26 Mario James (Columbia, SC) Starting things off, we look at the youngest player in attendance at our first South Carolina Jr. Phenom Camp, Mario James. He’s a solid player for his age with nice ball-handling and penetration abilities. Though James was younger than everyone else, he showed grit and...

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