It is that time of the year, as the Phenom G3 Showcase is our first LIVE Period Event bringing an array of talent to the courts. This is why we are looking to preview several players that college coaches will want to look at in the Rock Hill area. Check out some of the players you will want to view over the weekend.

2025 Brady Dunn (ACE SD 17u):

What Was Said: “Dunn continues to lead the way this summer for his team; leading by example and putting up impressive numbers.  When we watched him, Dunn continued to flourish in his ability to be a shooter from multiple levels but truly flourishing with his range. H showed that in his ability to knock down shots from behind the arc.”

2025 Jake Benham (CC Elite 2025):

What Was Said: “Benham displays a nice comfort level with the ball in his hands, both when looking to create for himself and others, and can initiate the offense as needed. He shoots the ball at a high percentage, moves well as a cutter, and displays a great understanding of when to let it fly or make the extra pass. Benham does a quality job of playing the passing lanes defensively and getting to his spots in transition. He’s capable of heating up quickly from the perimeter.”

2025 Cedric Cisse Jr. (Carolina Pressure):

What Was Said: “Cisse is a reliable creator with a quick first step, which allows him to penetrate and finish or set up others to score. He’s a great defender who utilizes his high motor and physicality to contain his assignment and force turnovers at a nice rate. Cisse can also operate without the ball and find opportunities as a cutter or spot-up threat.”

2025 Hayes Oxendine (Grassroots NC):

What Was Said: “Oxendine is maybe the best pure shooter in the triangle right now with elite mechanics and confidence, a true five-tool shooter (Off the dribble, C&S, off the move, high volume, good flow (ability to adjust in fragile/difficult circumstances)). He can be just as effective in creating his shot in isolation or running off multiple screens. His shot creation profile is simply awesome and gives him a translatable skill to the next level.”

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