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: Elijah Jamison
Class: 2022
Committed to: Milwaukee

What Was Said by Phenom Hoops:

“Elijah Jamison had a superb season for Liberty Heights in which he averaged 15 points, 4 rebounds, and 6 assists while shooting 51% from the field and 36% from the behind the arc. He is a strong, explosive, paint touch point guard. He excels getting into the lane. He utilizes his strength well and finishes through contact. He also is able to make really good reads at the end of drives, whether kicking the ball out to shooters or dropping it off to a teammate for the dunk. Throughout the season, Jamison continued to showcase his ability to knock down the perimeter shot. When he is making shots from the perimeter, it makes it that much easier for him to beat defenders off the bounce and make plays in the paint. On the defensive end, he sets the tone for his team. He has the strength and quickness to really bother the opposing team’s ball handlers. Jamison holds offers from Wichita State, ECU, MTSU, UNCW, Elon, and Ole Miss. “ – Colby Lewis in 2021

“The growth that Jamison has made in showing that he can be a complete point guard.  He continues to do an impressive job in staying aggressive and getting into the paint but also scoring the ball with good, high quality shots.  Plays incredibly strong with the ball and finishes well with his body.” – Patrick O’Brien in 2021

“Jamison is also very underrated in other facets of his game. First of all, there may not be a better rebounding guard than Jamison in the state regardless of class. He simply has natural basketball instincts and does has a knack for being at the right place at the right time and his 13.4 RPG illustrates just that. In addition, while Jamison is best creating his own shots off the dribble, he does have good court vision and will make timely assists to open teammates.” – Rick Lewis in 2019

“Jamison uses excellent body control to score a vast majority of his points. It is intriguing to see how this Louisburg team uses him as they line him up all over the floor. From possession to possession, he lines up as the primary initiator, to the high post, to the low block and as a playmaking wing. He is able to score or attack from each of those positions as well. Jamison also does a great job of both turning defense into offense as well as rebounding and pushing.“- Phenom Hoops in 2019