Phenom Hoops HS Jamboree held at Proehlific Park in Greensboro had plenty of top notch performances these are some of the ones we observed from players in the 2018 class on the day:
As we mentioned in Part 1 of the Senior Standouts, we made notes on more players…Here are some more seniors who deserve mention:
6’3″ Unsigned Senior Tomas Butkus
Tomas Butkus 6’3” PG Rabun Gap (GA)
Butkus plays the point like no muss no fuss. He runs the offense sets up his teammates and scores as a last resort. Smart heady player who defends too. A lot to like with him.
Holden Lewis 6’0” PG Northern Guilford HS (NC)
Lewis grew on me the more I watched him. Nice stroke (16pts 4 treys) he made solid basketball plays throughout the contest I viewed. While limited athletically he gives max effort.
Jonathan McFall 6’4” SG Rabun Gap (GA)
The beneficiary of several Tomas Butkus passes he showed off his penchant for getting to the cup for in traffic layups. He also showed nice form hitting 2 treys while netting 22pts in the contest.
6’5″ 2018 Isaiah Wilkins of Mt Tabor (NC)
Isaiah Wilkins 6’4” SG Mount Tabor HS (NC)
When you play with a true pass first PG (Quest Aldridge) as Wilkins does you can put up some monster numbers by getting the rock in scoring positions and he took advantage of this to show off his scoring package to the tune of 30pts with 6 treys. Smooth effortless stroke mixed in with on the money back door feeds and voila big stats.
Tyler Nelson 6’5” SF Metrolina Christian Academy (NC)
An unknown to me until today as I was impressed with his touch (23pts 5 treys) and athleticism getting to the basket. He used his long arms defensively as well disrupting some plays in the painted area and generally making a nuisance of himself. One to keep an eye on for sure.
Quatravis Reddick 6’0” CG Bertie HS (NC)
Reddick has some jets end to end and uses his speed and quickness to get to the hole and score. He finished this tilt with 27pts and he showed some decent range too with 3 treys. Defensively he’s a pest.
That will do it for the seniors at Phenom’s High School Jamboree, up next…a look at the junior class.