Phenom’s Feast of Champions Team Previews
Greenfield School (Wilson, NC)
Greenfield School coached by Rob Salter will be playing in the 2nd Annual Feast of Champions showcase being held at Fayetteville Academy. Last season, Greenfield finished 21-11 in the NCISAA and will once again be in the title hunt for a state championship. Greenfield returns two of the more exciting players in the state in 6’5 senior Coby White and 6’6 Elijah McCadden. Now, let’s take a closer look at the impact players for Coach Rob Salter.
6’5 ’18 Coby White (UNC)
There may not be a more exciting offensive player in the country than Coby White. Last season, he averaged 31.4 PPG and has a chance to b the all time leading scorer in North Carolina High School history. White is the reigning NC Gatorade Player of the Year and leading candidate to participate in the McDonald All American game along with the Jordan Brand game. White has all the ingredients with a long athletic frame; an advanced skill set and an unbelievable feel for the game. He can score from all three levels and his ability to attack and finish at the rim is high level. White is a gifted scorer and it comes so easily to him and is simply one of the most entertaining players to watch in the country.
6’6 ’18 Elijah McCadden (Georgia Southern)
Versatility is his calling card. We’re talking about a lengthy, athletic and bouncy wing that can play and guard multiple positions. McCadden has an ultra quick first step and attacks the rim aggressively and with authority. He averaged 19 PPG last season. Coach Salter stated, “McCadden is a terrific passer that can play the point or the wing.” We have always been impressed by his silky smooth and fluid play.
6’3 ’20 Jacari Outlaw
We’ve seen Jacari Outlaw several times at the NC Phenom 150 camp and came away impressed. We’re talking about a long, athletic wing that is highly productive on both ends of the court. Outlaw has all the tools to be the next all star caliber prospect from the Greenfield School. Coach Salter stated, “Outlaw can score from all three levels. He can really shoot the ball, but is also very aggressive in attacking the rim. He plays both ends of the court and will have a very good career for Greenfield before he graduates.”
Other Players of Note
6’6 ’20 Trey Pittman
Trey Pittman is another player we have seen several times at our NC Phenom 150 camp. We have always been impressed with his effort; energy and full throttle approach to the game. He can score from all three levels and has both an effective inside and perimeter game that makes him a difficult matchup for the opposing team. Coach Salter stated, “Pittman has really improved on the offensive end of the floor. He’s shooting the ball very well and getting to his spots when he puts the ball on the floor. He had to play a lot as a freshman and that has prepared him for this upcoming season. Pittman gets better everyday at both ends of the court.”
6’2 ’20 Dji Bailey
Bailey received a lot of playing time as a freshman and will be ready to make major contributions his sophomore season. He has good shooting mechanics and can knock down the perimeter shots with consistency. Coach Salter stated, “Bailey has really improved from last season. He can really shoot the ball and has become a complete player on both ends of the floor. We’re expecting a big year from him and the future is very bright for him.”