NC Junior Phenom Exposure camp
Team 18 Player Recaps

#22 5’ 2024 Jalen Chunn of Salisbury, NC
Chunn showed a great attitude and gave great effort throughout the camp. He was crafty around the basket and made shots in the mid-range. Defensively Chunn showed good footwork and quickness guarding the ball. His camp coach stated, “Jalen has good court vision as he handled pressure on the ball. He worked hard and hustled playing defense.”

#38 5’1” 2022 Colin Fayed of Belmont, NC
Fayed came into camp with a  great attitude and he really took well to suggested coaching on his game. His best attribute was his ability to shoot in the mid range, showcasing good and sturdy mechanics and form. Fayed’s camp coach stated, “Colin is a great hustle and team player. He really showed me something with how hard he worked on the defensive end.”

#44 5’2” 2023 King Dorsey of Durham, NC
Dorsey was an aggressive player on the offensive end. He showcased the ability to get past the initial line of defense and get downhill toward the basket. He finished well at the rim with good quickness getting there. Dorsey’s camp coach stated, “King did a good job of attacking the basket. He did a good job of pressuring his man and showed upside to be a good defender when he locks in.”

#77 5’5” 2022 Brady Hoffman of Greensboro, NC
Hoffman showcased a nice basketball IQ as he gave a great effort, on both sides of the floor, throughout the day. Hoffman was best in catch and shoot situations where he displayed good shooting mechanics and ability in the mid-range, extending beyond the arc. He handled the ball well and displayed good court vision and awareness. Hoffman’s camp coach stated, “Brady is a good shooter and not afraid to mix it up.”

#86 5’5” 2023 Cameron Ringer of Irmo, SC
Ringer gave great effort, on both ends of the floor, throughout the day displaying a great motor and an ability to do the tough guy stuff. He showed to be a solid, if not complete, guard with abilities in all facets. Ringer’s camp coach stated, “Cameron hustled all day and showcased a good shot selection. He gave great effort defensively and made good passes getting his teammates involved.”

#110 5’7” 2022 Chastin Gatewood of Charlotte, NC
Gatewood had a great understanding of team play, and really took well to his role within the team concept. Offensively he had all the moves with the ability to pass, shoot and handle the ball under pressure. Gatewood’s camp coach stated, “Chastin did a nice job of running the team and setting up his shooters. He showed nice 3-point range and got the ball out in transition. He was also a solid defender.”

#141 5’9” 2022 Isaiah Tate of Kings Mountain, NC
Tate took well to coaching when given advice and implementing concepts. He has a solid basketball IQ as a lead guard. Tate did a good job of getting into the paint and finishing at the rim, he has a solid handle and good court vision. Tate’s camp coach stated, “Isaiah handles the ball well and made some nice passes today. He is a good defender when he is engaged.”

#142 5’9” 2022 Brendan Trogdon of Asheboro, NC
Trogdon gave great effort on both ends of the floor and played with a non-stop motor. Trogdon really stood out on the defensive end where he rebounded his position well and was a great on the ball defender. Trogdon’s camp coach stated, “Brendan was aggressive all over the court, very tough in man defense. He hustled and got after loose balls and finished around the basket.”

#167 6’1” 2022 Russell Branch of Barnwell, SC
Branch proved to be a very athletic player. He was able to get the rebound and push the break to find teammates. Branch is quick as he got into the lane well and he has good ball handling skills and court sense. Branch’s camp coach stated, “Russell is a good athlete where his length helps him on defense and rebounder. He gets the ball up the court and looks for teammates. Finishes well as he gets to the basket often.”

#169 6’1” 2022 Marvin Hires of Columbia, SC
Hires displayed a good concept of team play, as he was able to carve out his role and stay in his lane during camp. He displayed good footwork and quickness around the 2-point area and gave great effort throughout the day. Hires camp coach stated, “Marvin runs the court well for his size. He has soft hands and finishes well around the basket. He handled the ball range and showed the ability to make shots in the mid-range.”