SC PHENOM 150 EVENT RECAPS

Western North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 7

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...

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Expanding his game: 2021 6’7 Earl Burgess (Dorman HS, SC)

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...

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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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#SCPhenom150: Early Day Standouts (Court Two)

#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!...

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South Carolina Phenom 150: Team 2 Evaluations

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...

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