Phenom Hoops has been quite familiar with the Juice All-Stars program, as they have continued to produce talent at the next level year after year. This year, it looks to be the same but it still seems that this year, some of these guys are getting overlooked.
We are here to bring some more recognition their way.
This is a program that college coaches should really start paying attention too, especially with the versatility and athleticism they bring on the court.
When you look at the roster, you first have to take notice of 2021 6’8 Saiquone Harris who continues to expand his game and become a real mismatch. He is a long, athletic, versatile forward that continues to improve and show that he can score on multiple levels. Harris’ ability to create for himself is impressive and programs would love to have him on the floor to create a few mismatches.
Then you look at the twins, Kenechi and Kanayo Nwosu. Both stand at 6’7 and bring a tremendous blend of athleticism and mobility to the court. They continue to fly under the radar but these certainly are scholarship-worthy guys. Kenechi brings more of the wing mentality, showcasing his athleticism well in the transition and having the ability to step out more along the perimeter. Kanayo is one that works more around the interior more, doing a lot of the dirty work but being just as athletic in running the floor and being disruptive. These two really work together and feed off of each other well.
You can’t look past 6’0 BJ Keith either, a quick guard that plays with a great pace, sees the floor to find his teammates in transition, and can score either attacking the basket or stepping out along the perimeter. He already has garnered some attention but more should be coming his way.
That doesn’t even mention 6’2 Ray Faison, who showcased that he can play at the next level and step up in key moments, scoring 22 and the game-winning three to end the Phenom Stay Positive. He is a smart, high-motor guard that really impacts the game in multiple ways.
Overall, this is a program that continues to produce talent that is capable of playing at the next level and this year is no different. College coaches should be learning more about these guys and taking a glance, as they could be steals at the next level for some.