6’0 2020 Lawrence Frost: Juice All Stars Stephenson
Frost had a huge impact in this one with his ability to defend the point of attack and ensure the team is being run at a high level. He excels at breaking his man down off the bounce and finding his teammates for easy buckets. He had a handful of D2’s watching along that really liked what he brought to the table as a leader to how with the overall impact he has on the game. Expect Frost’s recruitment to pick up in the coming months with some high level D2 programs really intrigued.
6’6 2020 Saiqone Harris: Juice All Stars Stephenson
Harris showed the ability to really take over the game with his ability to attack in transition and finish at the rim with purpose. He’s an explosive athlete that has a really intriguing skillet considering he really is not close to a finished product. He’s a no brainer Division one prospect in my opinion and if he continues to have a good weekend, there’s no reason to believe he won’t gain some serious interest in the coming weeks/months.
6’5 2020 Jaden Scriven: Team Wall SE
Scriven is an explosive wing that earned an offer from Lees-McRae after his performance on night one of the #PhenomChallengeLive. He had a handful of D2 programs watching today and I expect that offer list to grow immensely with every D2 program in the region fully aware of what Scriven brings to the table. As he continues to expand his skillset, expect Scriven to have a special senior year in HS, filled with coaches watching along.
6’5 2020 Zach Murphy: Born To Ball
Murphy is a smooth wing guard that did a great job controlling the tempo and picking his spots, scoring the ball in an efficient manner. He can play multiple positions on the floor, bringing a high level of versatility and showcasing himself as a scholarship level prospect.
6’0 2019 Chris Rogers: Team Loaded 434
Rogers is one of my favorite unsigned senior guards in attendance this weekend with his fiery nature, shot making ability, and his leadership abilities as a point guard. He plays the game with a serious edge at both ends of the court, playing with a level of fearlessness that is difficult to ignore. Scholarship coaches in need of a lead guard to fill out their 2019 class should look no further, I’ll take Rogers on my team any day of the week.
6’6 2020 Jasper Ludington: CEBA 2020
Ludington has done a really nice job throughout the spring playing efficient, productive basketball that suits the modern game. He’s a lanky 6’6 forward that has excellent touch around the rim and in the mid-range with the ability to create for himself and get to his spots with relative ease. He’s a capable athlete that should continue to show college coaches what he has to offer throughout the rest of the weekend.
6’4 2021 Kamell Smith: NC Ice 2021
Smith is a relatively new addition to this NC Ice squad and he has found a way to bring a positive contribution to his new squad right away with his energy, ability to score inside, and rebounding at both ends of the court. He plays the game with a high level of passion and productivity, I fully expect his game to get to another level as he continues to gel with his new teammates, and continue to figure out how to best utilize his skillset to help his team win and garner attention from college coaches alike.
6’8 2021 Keeyan Itejere: UC27 DreamChasers
Itejere is all upside, he’s still figuring out how to use his size to his advantage, but he brings a combination of touch, motor, and a willingness to learn the game at a high level, which is a large reason why I think he has a chance to be really successful. He plays the game the right way and understands that forcing the issue isn’t the answer. Expect Itejere to establish himself as a bonafide D1 prospect over the course of the next 12 months.
6’7 2021 Tymon Szymanski: Team Swish
Tymon showcased his ability to finish in traffic and above the rim over defenders with the best of them. He’s still a really young player and really does have a chance to be special as he continues to refine his skillset and increase his level of productivity. He’s showed flashes of brilliance and should be another one that solidifies his status as a D1 prospect in the near future.
6’4 2020 Harold Johnson Jr: Upward Stars Columbia 17U Joye
Johnson is a playmaker, he can score from the perimeter, lock you up on the defensive head, or put it on your head if he gets a step. He was arguably his teams best player in this one, and showed the ability to flat out take the game over. Johnson is a no question scholarship level kid that should continue to catch the attention of coaches the rest of the weekend.