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2025 Kiyan Anthony puts on a show

Talk about an entrance into the camp at the NBPA Top 100.  Many people already know about 2025 Kiyan Anthony but if you didn’t know walking in, you certainly knew about him after Day 1. In 36 minutes of play, he put on an offensive showing that certainly had to grab the attention of many in attendance. Anthony finished with 42 points, going 15-for-28 from the floor, hitting multiple threes, and getting to the line (8-for-9). He is known for his offensive firepower and he put that on display to start the camp. He also had seven rebounds and six assists in the game.

2025 Sadiq White makes an early statement

White has had a lot of talk surrounding him as of late, as he recently committed to Syracuse. And now, he is getting an opportunity to play free and with his recruitment behind him.  One of several North Carolina players in action at the camp, he finished the day going 12-for-19 from the floor, hitting three 3-pointers, and making an impact on both sides of the court. White continues to shine as a prospect with his blend of size and length, his athleticism, and his expanded offensive game as well as his impact on defense.

2025 Tounde Yessoufou continuing his strong play

Back in 2022, Phenom Hoops had a chance to watch Yessoufou in action at the Ron Massey Fall Hoops Classic where he put on a show.  From then, we were impressed with the 6’6 prospect and his overall impact, as we had this to say after:

“If you haven’t heard his name yet, you will and should quickly. He was absolutely off the charts and couldn’t be denied, as he finished with 42 points to lead his team. Yessoufou scored how he wanted, when he wanted, and really shot the ball extremely well from outside. He uses his 6’6 frame to his advantage, and can bully and finish through defenders, but did an excellent job in finding ways to create space and his shot. Surprises you with his outside game and his confidence in his perimeter game.”

Well on Day 1 of the camp, Yessoufou finished the day with 26 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals, as he was able to make his impact felt in a variety of ways. Though he may have hoped to shoot the ball better from deep (1-for-7 from 3), he was able to show much of what we saw nearly two years ago on the big stage.

Other players from North Carolina were able to represent well

We spoke about 2025 Sadiq White and the day he had above, but there were other players that had strong starts to the camp and we are eager to see how they continue to make their impact felt. 2025 Jaylen Cross, a 2025 guard from NC, was able to show his impact in a variety of areas, something he has shown consistently in the past. He finished with 10 points (5-for-6), 5 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals. 2025 big man Zymicah Wilkins had a good showing to start as well, as he has a chance to put his name in a bigger light. Wilkins went for 11 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 block, and 1 steal.  Eager to see more of what he can do this week.

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