SC Phenom 150 Top 25 Scorers (Spring 2019)

Phenom Hoop Report travelled down to Lexington High School in Lexington, South Carolina to host the inaugural SC Phenom 150 Spring event. Without question, the state of South Carolina has seen a tremendous uptick in talent and no longer considering just a football state. It is fast becoming a hotbed for basketball talent and the SC Phenom 150 enjoyed a wealth of talent and names for college coaches to start tracking and monitoring.

NameClassHeightCityStateHigh SchoolAvg.
Jordan Coleman20205’10ChesterSCChester High School17.0
Christian Ferguson20226’2West ColumbiaSCBrookland Cayce High School15.3
Devin Binyard20225’7ColumbiaSCIrmo15.0
Cameron Scott20246’1LexingtonSCPleasant Hill Middle14.7
Darius Hough20206’2Myrtle BeachSCMyrtle Beach High School14.7
Earl Burgess20216′SpartanburgSCDorman12.3
Ansuélo “Swae” Young20216’4LexingtonSCLexington High School12.3
Jamar Brokington20236’0LumbertonNCLumberton12.0
Raquawn Bailey20206’1ChesterSCChester High School11.7
Jamauri Day20215’8ColumbiaSCBlythewood High School11.3
Isiah Howell20226’6GeorgetownSCGeorgetown High School11.3
Michael Herrin20216’3Myrtle BeachSCSocastee High School11.0
Robert Price20216’1PagelandSCCentral High11.0
Merel Burgess20236’3FlorenceSCSouth Side Middle10.3
Darryl Gardner20206’1GeorgetownSCGeorgetown High10.3
Marc Raye20225’7Winston SalemNCAlbemarle High School10.3
Russell Branch20226’2BarnwellSCBarnwell High10.3
Hooks Reaves20206’110.3
Derrick Barksdale20235’8Rock HillSCYork Preparatory Academy10.0
Keenan Wilkins20235’4HendersonvilleNCHendersonville Middle10.0
Emmanuel White20225’0Danville VaVADan River High School9.7
Robert Nastase20206’2CloverSCClover High School9.7
Jacoby Crosby20226’2BambergSCBlackville-Hilda High9.7
Savion Brown20225’8GreenvilleSCBerea High9.0
Jayden “Cowboy” Boyd20236’4Rock HillSCRawlinson Road Middle9.0