Phenom Hoops was back in Raleigh once again after an impressive Phenom ENC Junior camp, this time taking a look at some of the top prospects in Eastern North Carolina.
What an event it was at the JD Lewis Center.
Players were able to showcase their talent, while also developing their skills. Each player brought something unique to the table, as these were the players that caught our eyes.
2020 Armon Muldrew (Panther Creek)
- An add-on to the camp late but man, did he impress once he stepped on the court. The shifty, quick, and explosive point guard attacked in every way and was a force scoring the ball. His ability to get to the rim was impressive, especially when he was putting the ball on the floor and getting to his spots.
2020 6’7 Nick Farrar (Apex Friendship)
- The NC State commit has the ability to take over a game but also was a very unselfish player on the court. Making the right play, getting out running, and using his frame to score all over, he showcased it all today. Did like his ability to knock down the open three as well.
2020 6’2 Charles Kiah (Henderson Collegiate)
- Kiah still has room to grow on the offensive end but his motor, defensive presence, and constant activity all over the floor is something to not look past. He literally was everywhere and it definitely caught the attention of many.
2022 5’10 Evan Ashe (Heritage HS)
- An interesting guard to keep tabs on with his ability to cover a ton of room on the court and use that same length to score around the rim. He did it multiple times in Game 2 o fthe Phenom ENC 150. As he continues to develop his overall offensive game, especially his outside game, he certainly could be one to watch.
2020 6’4 Kurtis Taylor III (Neuse Christian Academy)
- Taylor is an aggressive prospect but has an old-school feel to his game. What he really focuses on doing is getting to the rim and creating those open opportunities to find his shot or finish at the rim. He isn’t fancy in doing what he does but effective.