Unsigned Senior Standouts (Part 1)
Phenom’s Feast of Champions
This event was chock full of talent. Players committed to Division 1 programs, players ranked among the nation’s top 100 and players who were unsigned. What was surprising to us was how many very talented unsigned seniors there were, who did not have anything.
They were guards, wings and bigs, guys who had physically ready frames and high production to match. Here is a listing of unsigned seniors that scholarship level schools should get out to watch soon…
6’ Isaiah Tatum
Cape Fear Christian (Erwin, NC)
Tatum used this event to prove he is a 2-way tough guy. Offensively, Tatum was able to get what he wanted off the bounce, displaying deep range to go along with an ability to get to the basket or finish in the middle. Defensively, he was tough for the entire length of the floor using athleticism and determination. Astonishingly, Tatum doesn’t have any offers yet at any level. That should change as all D2s and local D1s should take a look.
6’8” Harrison Whatley
Porter Gaud (Charleston, SC)
Whatley carries great size and that is a major commodity when it comes to recruitment. He plays a great role on this team who has a clear 3 players who are better than most they get on the floor with. Whatley is a good athlete and a very active rebounder. He has range that extends beyond the 3-point line off the catch. He is one that schools at every level should take a look at because with his size and ability to shoot it there is a lot of value.
5’10” Donquez Davis
Greene Central (Snow Hill, NC)
Davis is the straw that stirs drink, as he just makes positive plays on both ends of the floor. It is Davis’ unwavering confidence that really breathes throughout the team. Davis a great leader, as he really does a great job getting after it on defense, pressuring the ball. Davis was able to get to the basket and he was the one who made the shot at the buzzer to send the game into overtime. He is an immediate leader, one who will help a college immediately.
6’2” Kareem Randolph
South Brunswick (Southport, NC)
Randolph came out for the Feast of Champions and showed a complete game. He scored, rebounded, assisted and stole his way to two great stat lines. His team also finished 1-1 in the event behind his play. Randolph is a nice combo guard, one who is a scholarship level player.