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6’0 ’19 Chris Rogers- The well-rounded point guard prospect displayed more poise and polish than a vast majority of the floor generals in attendance today. He is like a coach on the floor with his ability to set the table for his teammates and make plays for himself and others. Rogers scores the ball effectively from all three levels and positions himself extremely well on defense.
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6’4 ’20 Harold Johnson Jr.- The long, wiry wing prospect was able to highlight a pretty intriguing array of tools during this contest. He’s a solid athlete that is capable of operating within a variety of different roles. Johnson has clear upside, rebounds the ball well for his position, and possesses a nice amount of physical tools.
6’7 ’20 Koen Rolleman- The fundamentally-sound post prospect has showcased better footwork than any big man on display thus far. Rolleman doesn’t necessarily require offensive touches to make an impact, but is capable of working out of the post and finishing strong around the basket. He runs the floor well and did a great job of controlling the interior for this squad.
6’5 ’20 Raje Knight- The long, wiry wing prospect has showed a lot of quality flashes between the first two days of Phenom Challenge Live. He has incredible length and shoots the ball at a consistent clip from beyond the arc. Knight has the ability to become a college-level player, especially if continues to shoot the ball with such efficiency.
6’2 ’20 Lee Langstaff- The wiry guard prospect was simply unstoppable for the second straight day, especially when looking to score. Langstaff should start picking up traction as a scholarship-level guy, considering his creation skills and efficiency from all three levels. He possesses a great feel for the game and showed some nice leadership qualities in this contest.
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6’5 ’20 Kenechi Nwosu- The long, athletic wing/forward prospect possesses a ton of upside and is already quite productive. He is a pretty versatile defender with his ability to switch across multiple positions and force turnovers with regularity. Nwosu is an excellent rebounder for his position and runs the floor very well in transition.
6’0 ’20 Isaac Sinclair- The high-IQ point guard continues to lead his team in a variety of different ways. He makes extremely smart decisions with the ball in his hands and plays with terrific patience on offense. Sinclair defends well for his size and understands how to make his presence felt without fouling.
6’0 ’21 Javonte Waverly- The long, athletic guard prospect was simply unstoppable throughout this contest. He scored in a vast variety of ways while playing above the rim and making plays for others at a solid rate. Waverly has a strong feel for the game and is a difference-maker defensively with his ability to overwhelm either backcourt position. He’s a problem for opponents in transition, especially with the ball in his hands.