Unsigned Senior Standouts
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…
6’8” Milos Galogaza
Cape Fear Christian (Erwin, NC)
Galogaza is a very skilled player, who has great size and a solid frame. Offensively is where he really shines as he is able to make shots, from 3, off the catch and he has a solid go-to move on the block. Galogaza showed to be a good rebounder and it made sense that schools like American and Charleston Southern make sense as he should be getting recruited at that level.
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.
6’ Montez Venable
Eastern Guilford (Gibsonville, NC)
Unlike the rest of these players, Venable actually carries a Winston-Salem State offer. However, it is a bit surprising that is all he has. Venable is a left-handed scoring guard. He carries an innate toughness about him, when it comes to confidence. He is a good athlete and a very quick twitch defender. Venable is great in the mid range and pulls out an assortment of floaters and pull ups, even finishing above the rim in traffic. There is a lot to like here and more than Winston-Salem State should get involved.
5’7” Brian Free
Piedmont Classical (Greensboro, NC)
Free is tough and is a flat out shot maker. Despite being smaller than most, his heart is one of the biggest on the floor. Free has big time range with great shot prep and a quick release that enables him to get his shot off even when tightly contested. Free is a good full court defender with quick hands and he should be someone college start taking a look at now, he is a winning player.