Today’s 5 to Know
Tennessee Phenom Exposure Camp
By Jamie Shaw

6’5 ’19 Grant Ledford
Grace Christian (TN)

Quite simply Ledford was spectacular throughout the entire day. Offensively, Ledford is incredibly talented. He handles the ball well in the full court set, he scores confidently at all three levels and he has great vision, setting up team mates for easy looks. Ledford averaged 32.3 points on the day with a game high of 42. He is a player D1s need to get on asap.

6’4 ’20 Ricky Council IV
Northern Durham (NC)

Council has arrived. The youngest of the Ricky Council’s, IV showed the ability to score the ball with the best of them. He has great length on his frame and seemingly has springs in his legs. He was above the rim all day, in transition and in the half court. He also showed the ability to consistently knock down the 3-point shot. Here is another player that D1s need to familiarize with, his brother, Ricky Council II, signed with Providence out of high school


6′ ’19 Raishaun Brown
Asheville Christian (NC)

Brown has that ball on a string and a jet-quick change of pace. Brown lived in the paint for the entire day. When he touched the paint, he showed the ability to both finish or distribute a nice pass to set his team mates up for easy buckets. Brown can shoot with range and he can defend the ball as he puts the utmost pressure on the opposing teams, on both sides of the floor. Brown carries a Western Carolina offer already, more offers at (and above) that level should be coming.

6’7 ’20 Andrew Williams
East Hamilton HS (TN)

Williams walked into the gym looking the part. The lefty has a 6’10”+ wing span and nice ball skills, able to attack from the high post or taking bigs from the wing. What impressed most about Williams was his tenacity on the boards and his ability to pass the ball. He threw some great ¾ court outlet passes, getting his team mates out on the break. Williams kept the ball high on the block and finished around the basket. His level will be determined by how big he ends up, but there is a lot to like here.

6′ ’18 Darrin Martin
Graham HS (VA)

Martin did a great job today showing that he is truly a scholarship level point guard. He plays an efficient game in the half court set, and was able to do a lot of his damage toward the rim within the 3 dribble rules. Martin has a smooth jump shot and he as good vision, getting his team mates easy shots. We were surprised to hear Martin did not have any offers, that should change.

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