#88 Payton Horne

Horne displayed that he was a solid player in several aspects of his game. His attitude, Basketball IQ, and Effort all shined at the camp. He has a nice range on his shot behind the three point line, with a great looking release and mechanics to go with it. He also had some good moments when he had the ball in his hand and used his quickness to bother his opponents. We would like to see more work on his back to the basket moves, defense off the ball, and rebounding his position though.


#134 Greyson Collins

Collins is a tremendous competitor and knows how to score the ball. As a sophomore for Ragsdale last year, he was a solid contributor but heading into this season, Collins should be the go-to guy. He has tremendous range on his shot and is strong with the ball in his hands. All throughout the camp, this young man made plays, whether it was scoring, finding his teammates, or doing whatever was needed from him. Solid talent and should have a big junior year for Ragsdale. One to watch this season.


#172 Dondre Johnson

Johnson showed that he was a team player all camp long and really excelled in several areas at the Phenom 150 camp, especially on the defensive side of the ball. Offensively, he had a nice range on his shot and was solid with his mechanics, but still needs to focus overall to grow into the player he wants to be. He also was solid with his ball handling, passing skills, and penetration ability. Defensively, he showed signs all day long defending both on and off the ball, while using his quickness and footwork to his advantage. Solid player overall and continue to work on his overall game. Should have a very good year.


#190 Jamahri Harvey

Young man that showed flashes in his game at the event. Only 2019 kid and still have a ton of room to grow into his game, but he excelled in areas such as penetrating the lane and finishing at the rim, ball handling skills, defense on and off the ball, quickness and footwork, rebounding his position, and shooting off the dribble. Still needs to work on his catch and shoot ability, along with widening his range. But already at 6’3, this kid has a ton of room to grow and develop and should be one to look at for in the coming years.


#211 Davis Guyton

Big man with a lot of talent and still growing into what he can be. Guyton is a 6’4, 2019 prospect from Christian Academy, this young man showed the he is more than capable of putting the ball through the hoop in an array of ways. Liked his motor on the court along with his attitude. He had an excellent attitude all day long. He excelled in other areas like shooting mechanics, team play, and basketball IQ. He also is a great listener and looks to better his game when his coach tries to teach him things. Very bright future.


#239 William Onyeobi

Onyeobi was one of the most impressive players at the camp and is only part of the 2019 class. Has a big upside and already has a physically mature frame that can get it done inside the paint and with a mid-range jumper. Showed a great motor through the camp and was one of the breakout performers that weekend. Jamie Shaw said that they see a lot of Peter Agba, from Greensboro Day and now at Akron in him. He averaged 21.7 points per game at the event and will be one that we have our eyes on.


#73 Kenan Epps

Epps is a 5’9 guard that is very gifted and experienced. He showed that he could be a scorer on the floor, scoring 15 points in one game at the Phenom 150. He had solid ball handling skills and gave max effort on both ends of the floor; someone that will always provide positive minutes when playing. Overall, solid guard throughout the event with a good Basketball IQ and attitude. Continuing to develop his overall skills will only make him better.

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