There is plenty of talent that is still left in the Class of 2024 that should earn more attention this year with a strong season. One player that I believe should garner more eyes with what he provides is 2024 6’5 Da’Mori Lytch at Quality Education.
When we first got our eyes on him at our camp, he was a young man who provided energy and a tremendous motor. He made plays both offensively and defensively on the court, as he made his impact felt all around. Lytch has good size and versatility in his game, having the ability to finish at the rim strong, score and be physical, and cause matchup problems. But he also uses that athleticism well on the defensive end, being able to guard multiple positions, making strong blocks, and rebounding extremely well.
Right now, he is an unsigned senior who can help a team at the next level, which is why I believe he should have a big year and garner more attention.
Phenom Camp Evaluation:
“Finishing up, we look at a player who easily stood out as one of the top performers on display, Damori Lytch. He’s a long, athletic, high-motor forward prospect with a useful amount of skill and two-way versatility. Lytch wreaked havoc defensively, rebounded at a consistent rate, and did a little bit of everything offensively. His combination of size and skill caused matchup problems for the opposition. Next in his development process is working on the use of his off-hand, as it would make him a more complete player. Coach Mills on Lytch: “Damori is a big, strong man-child who already has a college body and plays the game with an old-school flavor. He was unstoppable in the high post and played downhill when he had the ball in his hands. He possesses an excellent three-point shot, has good hands, and was able to post up everyone in the camp. He’s also an excellent passer with good court vision. In my opinion, he was one of the best all-around players in the camp.” Lytch showed flashes of dominance at camp, securing the Hustle Award, and should be a key piece for Quality Education during his upcoming senior season.”