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POB's Summer Havoc Live Standouts (P.2)

07/15/2017, 6:30pm EDT
By Phenom Hoops Report/ Patrick O'Brien

Continuing through Day 2 at the Summer Havoc Live, here are a few more names that stood out.


Seth Welch

2018 6’3 Trey Cousin (Mid-State Magic): Cousin produces almost every time he is on the court with Phenom Hoops; he is a unique one to watch in what he can do.  Has nice touch and moves well, even without the ball.  Showcased his ability to be a knockdown outside shooter from three as well.

 

2018 6’1 Seth Welch (Mooresville Magic): Welch is a knockdown shooter and showed it in the win on Day 2 at Spartanburg Christian.  Had 5 3-pointers in the win, showing how dead-eye he could be on the court and continues to show that he can consistently do it.

 

2018 Bradley Childers (Upward Stars Upstate): Childers is a physically and mentally tough guard that is strong enough to take contact and finish with ease.  Scored 29 points on Day 2 in the win.


Dallaz Corbitt

2019 6’7 Dallaz Corbitt (Karolina Khaos): Corbitt is one that people need to keep an eye on.  He has the size, the power, and athleticism to be a for sure Division I prospect.  He has all the tools to be a big, physical prospect that finishes down in the paint and competes at a high-level.

 

2019 6’1 Trae Hannibal (Karolina Khaos): Hannibal brought it at Spartanburg Christian, bringing the crowd to their feet.  Hannibal possesses elite athleticism that will rise up and send someone on a poster.  But he also showcased an elite skill to penetrate and finish at the rim.

 

2019 6’0 Zane Haglan (Mooresville Magic 16u): Haglan is one that doesn’t always get the attention he deserves but produces when he takes the court.  He has exception skill at point guard, understands how to run the offense, and terrific vision.  Also shows his ability to score and knock down the deep ball.

Tag(s): Summer Havoc