6’9 ’20 Obinna Killen (Chapmanville)

It would be difficult to not be impressed with Killen, a long, high-motor forward with elite athleticism and physical tools. He’s able to assert his will and control action in the paint on every possession. Killen forces turnovers at an incredible rate through his strong anticipation skills and causes a ton of problems when barreling towards the rim in transition. He hasn’t shot the ball incredibly well over the weekend, but did everything else and displayed noticeably improved ball skills.


6’3 ’20 Philip Mullins (Chapmanville)

In many ways, Mullins (along with Andrew Shull) has been the most consistent performer for this Chapmanville team. He’s so well-rounded and able to adapt to any type of role or play style, which is part of what makes him so valuable. Mullins is a big-time shooter that can work off the bounce and create for himself or others with relative ease. He rebounds the ball, pushes it in transition, and operates extremely well as an off-ball threat.


6’4 ’22 Logan Blair (Harding University)

There’s a lot to like about this Harding University squad, especially going forward with Blair as one of their main cogs. He’s long, strong, and quite versatile for his age/size, which allows him to make an impact from a variety of different roles. Blair rebounds extremely well and plays with a nonstop two-way motor. He showcased numerous flashes of dominance on offense, but already has a reliable defensive identity and can defend a variety of different positions.


6’3 ’20 Lane Harrill (Cherryville)

Though somewhat unassuming, Harrill was easily among the top performers on display at Phenom Team Camp. He’s smart, wiry, and can truly lead an efficient offense as the main focal point. Harrill operates as the primary creator for this team incredibly well, creating for himself, setting up others, and applying fantastic scoring pressure, especially from beyond the arc. He’ll be their unquestioned leader and most productive player throughout the season, which could ultimately vault him to the next level.


6’5 ’21 Luke Krawczyk (Catawba Ridge)

The strong-bodied big man has arguably been the most productive performer for Catabwa Ridge this weekend. Krawczyk is young and has a nice blend of size, strength, and faceup skills. He’s been a great two-way leader and has shown strong rebounding instincts throughout the weekend. Krawczyk runs the floor hard and still has a lot of long-term upside remaining.


6’3 ’22 Dawson McAlhany (Bishop McGuinness)

The Villains haven’t had their best showing at Phenom Team Camp, but McAlhany (and the entire team) has gotten better throughout the weekend. He’s somewhat wiry, but very capable of being a leader and primary cog within an efficient offense. McAlhany handles the ball well and has the ability to mix up his approach from one possession to the next. He’s smart, smooth, and genuinely only beginning to scratch the surface of his long-term potential. It’ll be exciting to watch him progress throughout the year.


6’4 ’21 Darrius Davis (Moravian Prep)

The newest addition to this Moravian Prep roster is also one of the most exciting, given his motor and ability to make plays on both ends of the floor. Davis is tough and rugged, but also displays excellent instincts and can score from the perimeter. He has a great frame and knows how to properly utilize it to absorb and finish through contact. Davis should fit on this team perfectly and could be one of their most productive players by the end of the year.


6’0 ’21 Jesse Taylor (Butler)

The strong, athletic wing prospect was phenomenal throughout Butler’s second contest of the day and actually led them in scoring. However, Taylor was incredibly efficient with his offensive touches and scored most of his points through rebounding/second-chance opportunities. He played with an excellent two-way motor and displayed his ability to attack the basket nicely in this showing.


6’3 ’21 Amare Haynie (AL Brown)

The AL Brown team is going to be unbelievably entertaining for the foreseeable future, especially with building blocks like Haynie (and Briggs). He’s a long, explosive, two-way wing prospect that can pass, handle, shoot, and defend—all at a fairly high level. Haynie is already quite productive, but still possesses clear upside. He displays a strong feel and knows how to truly affect all facets of the game.

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