NC Phenom 150 Session 3 All Tournament Team 2021

 

6’3 2021 Glynn Hubbard III (Northside Christian)

Glynn Hubbard III used the NC Phenom 150 camp as his own personal playground. if there were any doubts about his upside and potential, they were quickly diminished after his very first game. We’re talking about an ultra quick, explosive and athletic point guard that got where he wanted and when he wanted. Hubbard was on another level and his play earned his camp MVP honors as he also led the camp in scoring and also led his team to the team championship.

 

6’8 2021  Julian Williams (Wayne Country Day)

Julian has size, skills and athleticism. These are all key ingredients that spell scholarship opportunities and Julian Williams showcased a true all-around game at the NC Phenom 150 camp. We’re talking about an active rebounder on both ends of the court and showcased the ability to stretch the defense with his consistency from the mid-range.

 

6’10 2021 Jonathan Kurtas (Southlake Christian School)

Jonathan Kurtas came into the camp with little to no recruiting buzz. That should quickly change after his outstanding performance at the NC Phenom 150 Session 3. We’re talking about a mobile and fluid big that has excellent hands, great footwork in the paint and the ability to finish with either hand. Kurtas averaged 17 PPG and his stellar play earned him the camp’s “Breakout Player” award.

 

6’0 2021 Brock Bowen (Weddington High School)

Brock Bowen may look his best as a “choir boy” for his local school, make no mistake about his overall talents, skill, and ability to score points or create countless scoring opportunities for his teammates. We really liked his court vision, timely passes and ability to constantly make plays.

 

6’9 Kuluel Mading (The Burlington School)

When Kuluel Mading is “tuned in,” watch out! We’re talking about a highly skilled 6’9 wing forward that has the ability to play, guard and defend multiple positions on the court. Mading is just now starting to feel the “why all the excitement for him as a player. Mading has the ability to make others better and better. He has range, soft shooting touch and an unlimited potential on the horizon.