The class of 2017 was special at the NC Phenom 150, but who stoodout among the rest.

NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp Standouts
Class of 2017

The great thing about the NC Phenom 150 Platform is that anyone can come to show out. The reputation is known throughout the region that this camp is the region’s launching pad, the bar for talent. If you do well at the NC Phenom 150, you know you can play.

Here are a few 10th graders (2017) that not only showed up, but also showed out.

6’7” Logan Vosburg – Orange HS

Vosburg was a work horse. He did not mind getting dirty in the paint and battling against taller or more athletic players. Offensively he was a mismatch in each match up. Vosburg averaged 13.7 points per game on the day, connecting on shots at all three levels. The below the rim face up four man made five three’s, showed nice mid-range dribble pull up, and touch at the basket.

6’8” Jacob Brown – Winston Salem Christian

Brown first came to our Fall Session 2, and that was the first time we had seen him. At that event the slender big stepped out beyond the arc and shot the ball very well. After a varsity basketball season in the books, Brown looked to get work done in the paint more.

While he still needs to work on strength, which should come naturally as he ages, he established himself in the paint and showed good hands when fed the ball. Brown is a very intriguing player with his size and the ability to shoot and willingness to bang. Brown had a game high of 17 Points on the day.

6’11” John Kerr – East Forsyth HS

One thing is for sure, Kerr looks the part walking into the gym. He is every bit of 6’10”/6’11” and boasts a wing span north of 7”. On the court, Kerr is your typical 6’10” 15 year old, he lacks strength and some confidence at times. However, when he just goes out and plays there is no denying the upside here. The first game, Kerr took a bit to get acclimated, however he averaged nine points in his last two and even stepped out to knock down a three. When looking at Kerr you know this isn’t the finished product, but your eyes should light up when you think about his potential down the road.

6’4” Ebon Jay – Person HS

I love a gritty player, one that borders on reckless abandon in order for his team to win. Jay is that guy, and then some. On the day Jay averaged 10 Points per game, finishing with monster two handed dunks in traffic and knocking down a three per game.

Jay said he averaged around 15 points and eight rebounds per game on Varsity this year, which isn’t surprising. He rebounds and enjoys defending in the post.

6’7” Donaldson Fanord – Fort Mill HS

Fanord has come a long way in the last year. Blessed with a thick frame and long arms, Fanord showed the willingness to bang. He put his back to the basket and showed developing footwork around the rim. Fanord rebounded his area well, and even stepped out to knock down a couple fifteen footers that looked the part. Fanord is not a finished product, as he still has some work to do. However, as he continues to work on his game, he has the unteachable characteristics to end up as a force on the court.

6’4” DJ Myers – Neuse Christian

Myers has been on our radar for a couple of years now. As a Freshman in high school he averaged 19 points per game on varsity, and was able to out-athletic many opponents. In camp he came in and did some good stuff from the wing averaging 11 per game, showing a more precise pace and game IQ. Myers has long arms and good athleticism on his frame. As he continues to fill out and work on that jump shot some, Myers should continue to see his stock soar. A good day in the books for the wing.

6’6” Connor Crabtree – Orange HS

The Crabtree name is not a new one. His brother Keegan, a current freshman at Lees McRae, was a multiple time attendee and did well. After getting minimal playing time for the NCHSAA state finalist Orange HS as a freshman, Connor stepped into a more prominent role as a Sophomore where he averaged 8 Points per game.

Fast forward to camp, and Crabtree showed to be one of the most lethal shooters on the day. He averaged 12 Points connecting on 6 threes, and missing only 2. Already blessed with size, as his body continues to fill out and athleticism and ball skills come around Crabtree is a name to keep in the memory bank.

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