Greensboro Day

Cam Hayes (2021, 6’1): absolute stud at the guard position, plays and looks much more experienced than his listed year.  Looking like a clear Top-100 type player, he has great explosion off the floor.  His versatility on the floor on playing either the lead guard or shooting guard helps tremendously.

Carson McCorkle (2021, 6’3): McCorkle, already committed to Virginia, plays fantastic in space.  He moves well within the offense, finds his spot along the outside with a smooth, effortless release, especially from three. He also loves to get out and run as well.

Josh Taylor (2021, 6’8): another incredible, young prospect that has a chance to really dominate the more he learns his overall game.  Already at 6’8, he has fantastic length but what really impresses is his athletic ability and his ability move on the floor; very fast moving side-to-side, defending opponents, and running the floor for his size. Showcased strong hands rebounding the ball.  He just has to continue to learn his offensive game and playing stronger in the paint.

Nick Evtimov (2019, 6’8)): a skilled, undervalued big man that plays with patience in the post, looks for his teammates if possible, and has the ability to use nice post moves (spin move, tip-ins, and great touch off the glass).  Loved his ability to keep balls alive on the boards as well.  He has worked incredibly hard to with his speed and quick bounce on the floor.

Landstown

Michael Christmas (2019): Committed to James Madison, Christmas is a unique type of player.  He looks like he should play more in the post but does a little bit of it all offensively.  He showcased his ability to put it on the floor, use the dribble to score, as well as use his thinker body to body up defenders.

Northwood Temple

Josh Nickelberry (2019) Louisville commit, the shooting guard at times shot the ball well with his outside jumper and at times relies too much on it.  He has the ability to score wherever he is on the floor but when he attacked the rim, he saw better results.  He has the ability to really take over a game and put points on the board.

Brandon Franklin (2019, 6’10): his obvious size and versatility is what stands out immediately. He is a 6’10 prospect that plays inside on defense, moves his feet well, and uses that mobility to stretch the floor on offense.  He showcased the ability to shoot the three-ball as well.  Rebounds with strong hands and love how he sits with his hands up in the post.

Washington Academy

Christian Jackson (2019): Athletic, track looking prospect that has springs to his game.  Looks to put the ball on the floor and use his length to rise up over defenders and attack the rim.

Jacquez Yow (2019): Loved his presence on the floor and hustle on both ends.  Always fought for the loose ball, battled on the boards for extra possessions, and was a trye effort type guy teams love to have.

Dakari Johnson (2019): Johnson has been around the Phenom events for quite some time and his ability to be a true floor leader and running the offense at the PG position is evident.  Extremely quick guard in the open floor and just has a knack to put the ball in his hoop. Loved his ability to use that speed on defensive end as well, playing in-your-face defense at all times and showing his lateral movement.

Christian Wells (2019): an undervalued prospect with physical attributes that coaches like. Finisher in the paint and played well all day long.  He plays hard at all times and uses his physical body to body up defenders but moves incredibly well, making him tough to stop.