2025 Jordan Watford (Lancaster)

It was nearly two years ago when we said 2025 Jordan Watford was one to monitor. That hasn’t changed and we are more on the train now that he is a player D1 programs should prioritize. The thing with Watford’s game is that you know what you are going to get when he steps on the court. Watford has a unique blend of size, length, and versatility, more than many other players around the region. He is exceptional in getting downhill, using his length to score well around defenders; he just moves and understands how to finish well more than others. But he can play nearly every position, is a leader on the court, fills up the stat sheet, and continues to improve in needed areas of his game.

Offers: Queens, South Carolina State, Mississippi State

2025 Robert Moore (Porter Gaud)

Moore is another that we have seen countless times and should be a priority for college programs. Holding a few offers already, this could be a big summer for this young man, especially with his 6’7 frame, and ability to be that shot-maker. Moore has tremendous range with his game, rising over defenders and knocking down shots from behind the arc but he can also get to his spots well. He has great size for his position, good athleticism that allows him to get to the rim, and mixes his offensive game up really well—a true multi-level scorer from the floor at 6’7.

Offers: Coastal Carolina, Charleston, Georgia State

2025 Abijah Franklin (Wren)

Franklin is a newer name for us at Phenom Hoops but it didn’t take long for us to realize his potential and impact on the court. Franklin has a unique blend of bounce/athleticism along with length at his position. At our recent events, Franklin showed that he can score and create well for himself, comfortably knocking down shots from the perimeter or making plays off the bounce and getting to the rim with ease. Franklin fills it up well and excels in making plays for himself, and he can put on an absolute show in putting defenders on a poster.

Offers: South Carolina State

2025 Kaleb Evans (Lexington)

I believe Evans is one that should garner more eyes from college programs though he does hold multiple offers. Evans though is such an intriguing guard that understands how to run a show but also be an electric playmaker. His wingspan, bounce, and length as a point guard make him unique, and he has strong handles that allow him to get by defenders and explode in getting downhill. But he also understands how to create, pull up off the dribble, and can knock down shots from behind the arc, while also getting others involved and out in transition.

Offers: Charlotte, Nicholls, South Carolina State, Jacksonville, Winthrop

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