Each and every time Phenom Hoop Report gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day. It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player.
Here is the latest commitment.
Player: Seth Bennett
Committed to: Charlotte
What the Player Said:
Q: What made Charlotte the place for you?
Bennett: It was the best fit for me. I love Coach Sanchez, the staff and the culture they have there. I also feel like it gives me the best position to grow and develop.
Q: What kind of relationship have you been able to develop with the staff there?
Bennett: So far, the staff has been amazing. I can’t wait to get up there and get to work. They know I can shoot the ball really well but of course, nothing is going to be given to me, so I have to go in and earn it.
Q: What is your focus heading into this summer before heading off to college?
Bennett: To make sure I go come in in shape and strong, those are my main two goals before I leave.
Q: How would you best describe your game on the court?
Bennett: I would say smooth. I usually go with the floor and try not to force things.
Last season’s stats:
13.9 points per game, 3.8 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 2.1 steals/ Shot 54% from the floor, 44% from 3
What did Phenom Hoops say:
“We’ve often stated “shooters translate at every level,” and one thing is crystal clear, 6’3 senior Seth Bennett can flat out shoot the cover off the ball. In addition, he may be the best unsigned shooting guard in the state and is drastically under the recruiting radar. We’re talking about a silky smooth shooting guard that has excellent mechanics, nice extension, follow through and the proper arch. Each shot looks like it is going. To say Bennett is an efficient shooter would be a huge understatement. Simply put, Bennett has a high basketball IQ, great feel for the game, and scores within the framework of the offense. He’s patient and understands how to be a total team player.” – Unsigned Senior Spotlight
“Whether it was hitting the outside jumper, using his frame to get to the rim, or making plays on the defensive end, Bennett played well and was the difference maker in this matchup. He finished knocking down seven 3-pointers, displaying his ability to always be ready in the catch-and-shoot position, and he doesn’t force much on the floor. He also displayed his ability to get on the boards and share the ball.” – Game Recap in 2018