Anytime you fill the gym with great programs, there are sure to be young prospects who pop up. This camp was no different. There was so much talent in the gym, it was great to see the young talent step up to the challenge. Some of these guys are players coaches across the country will need to keep a close eye on, a few of these guys are national level recruit types.

6’6” 2022 Julian Phillips
Blythewood (Blythewood, SC)

Phillis should be considered as one of the top 2022 prospects in the country, a top 100 prospect for sure. Already standing 6’6”, Phillips showed the ability to rebound and the toughness to defend, he also showed the ability to score at multiple levels on the floor. A lot of upside here which will be maximized by how big he ends up getting. Watch closely here.

6’8” 2021 Ceasare Edwards
Hartsville (Hartsville, SC)

What an incredible ceiling Edwards has. He brought out the full arsenal at Phenom’s Summer Jam Session 2, showcased easy leaping ability at the rim and deft three point touch. Edwards’ is on trend with how the game is going as a skilled and explosive combo forward. As he continues to get older, watch how it all comes together, so much to like here as a possible national level recruit.

6’4” 2021 Josh Beadle
Cardinal Newman (Columbia, SC)

Beadle is right on the verge of a national level look. The smooth guard has the ability to get in to the paint, deliver great passes and knock down shots from multiple levels. He has an effortless game that reminds us some of Jerome Robinson in high school. He continues to get older and strong and he continues to rev that motor up. So much room for growth and with that growth he could step into the national spotlight.

6’3” 2021 Janayle Pittman
Lancaster (Lancaster, SC)

Where the rest of the prospects on this list pass the look test, Pittman is purely a play test guy. He is a brute player, who defends and rebounds very well. In the traditional sense of the game he does not have a true position, however he is the guy you want to have on your team. Playing at the same high school as LA Clippers’ Sindarious Thornwell, Pittman has that same innate toughness. Production and winning will be the key here.

6’1” 2021 Tyler Rice
Ridge View (Columbia, SC)

Already getting minutes for the reigning state championship team, who has everyone returning. He is a smooth lead guard who has a great feel for the game. He is tough minded and comes from good genes, his brother is a rising sophomore at Citadel. Look for Division 1 programs to start getting involved in the future here, he is a full tool box of skills.