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POB's Summer Havoc Live Standouts (P.1)

07/15/2017, 1:00pm EDT
By Phenom Hoops Report/ Patrick O'Brien

Patrick O'Brien was on deck at Spartanburg Christian and some intriguing names started Day 2 off right.

Anthony Walker

2019 6’8 Anthony Walker III (Team BBC 16u): Young man has all the tools to be a Division I prospect.  Versatility is the name of his game due to his length at 6’8.  But he plays more like a small forward that runs well on the court and showcased his athletic ability and to be a high-riser.  Has high interest from UConn, UMass, and Kansas State.


2019 6’0 Quentin James (Arlington Rockets 16u): James is a crafty, quick reading type of guard that was able to find holes in the defense and showcase his ability to score on all three levels.  He led his team with 18 points in Game 1 of Day 2 of the Summer Havoc.


2018 6’7 Blake Wilson (Team Loaded NC): Wilson is a solid athletically on both ends of the floor.  Rebounding and using his athletic ability to get to the rim.  Runs in transition very well.

Loic Tchokogoue

2018 Loic Tchokogoue (Team Vision 17u – Kentucky): Tchokogoue is an underrated but physical presence.  He is built tremendously but can do so much on the floor that makes him a sleeper for small programs.  He showcased his scoring ability, his athleticism, and physical presence at the Summer Havoc.


2019 6’3 Deuce Dean (Team Loaded NC): Dean was pretty solid throughout the game to start Day 2.  He really read the floor well, attacked when he could, and showed he can be strong and finish at the rim.  He also stepped up defensively at times and distributed the ball.

Jermaine Marshall

2018 Jermaine Marshall (Alabama Celtics 17u): Marshall is one of those guys that when you look at him for the first time, sometimes it’s hard to believe what he can actually do on the court.  Plays a lot bigger than listed, stronger than most, and was able to knock down open shots on several levels.


2018 6’7 Kyron Gray (Team SC 17u): Gray is a double-double type guy that just works hard down in the paint.  He produced on the court on Day 2, scoring 17 points and grinding it out on the boards.

Tag(s): Summer Havoc