This past season, Glenn finished with a 16-12 overall record and a 6-4 record in a tough Central Piedmont conference.  Then, 2022 Julius Reese led the charge for the Bobcats but there was another sophomore that is deserving of some attention.

2022 6’3 Jeremiah Scales averaged 16 points, seven rebounds, two assists, and two steals this past season at Glenn.  With Reese now transferring to Greensboro Day, Scales could immediately see his production increase even more and he may be giving us a glimpse of his production level this summer.

At the Phenom Queen City Showcase, he posted scoring outputs of 32 points, 25 points, and 21 points in three games, averaging 26 points per game throughout the weekend.

And he did it in numerous ways, finishing strong at the rim, attacking the basket, and even knocking down an occasional 3-pointer.  He also loves to get after it on the defensive end.

When speaking with Scales about his game, he would describe it like this:

“I’m like a slashing shooter and I can get to the basket at will like Russ.  I also like to keep my teammates involved.  One of my favorite parts about my game is defense.  I’m good on playing the passing lanes and guarding the best player on the opposing team.  I can also play above the rim.”

Scales wants to continue that he can produce, showing that he can be shooter off the dribble and displaying more of his mid-range capabilities.

But with the performances he put on in Rock Hill, Scales has certainly put himself as a name to track this summer and during the high school season, as his production level could continue to rise.

What has Phenom said:

“Scales is another prospect that should have the attention of scholarship-holding coaches for the foreseeable future. He’s a long, skilled, athletic wing with an excellent frame and an identity that seems likely to blossom sooner than later. Scales is smart, maintains an active motor, and knows how to properly affect all facets of the game without forcing the action.”