The Spring NC Phenom 150 opens up to middle school kids and there were a few that not only showed up, but also showed out.

NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp Standouts Middle School

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.

Per tradition, the Spring NC Phenom 150 opens up to middle school kids. There were around 40 middle school aged kids that showed up. Here are a few that not only showed up, but also showed out.

Kassius Williams 5’3” 2020 Myrtle Beach Christian

From the moment he steps on the floor, Williams plays with a certain flair that is hard not to fixate on. Williams is pure point guard with the ball on a string. He is a lefty that carries an unorthodox cadence to keep defenders off balance. Williams game and stature has an uncanny resemblance to Shelton Mitchell. For the day, Williams averaged 17.7 points.

Jordan Minlend 6’ 2019 Concord 1st Assembly

Minlend is a familiar name around NC basketball. His brother is an unsigned Senior with offers from the likes of Charlotte, Rice, and Rutgers.

Minlend comes by his ability honestly, his father averaged 12 Points and 7 Boards in a 4 year career at St John’s.

The youngest Minlend is a bull toward the basket. He has a relentless attack, from the wing. Minlend is a good, strong athlete who rebounds and defends. His father is also 6’8” so could be some growth here.

Rogers Wilson Jr. 6’4” 2019 Leesville Rd. Middle School

One of the easiest ways to stand out on the court is to walk on it with enormous size. Roger Wilson does just this. One of the biggest detriments to a player’s reputation is if he has enormous size and does not play well.

This did not happen with Wilson. Wilson showed a high motor and developing footwork in the paint. He rebounded the ball well and made some tough plays around the rim.

Wilson has long arms and big feet so expect him to continue to stretch out. With some more polish and work, look for his name to become a commonly heard one. Wilson averaged a consistent 15.3 Points here, scoring over 10 in each outing.

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