Morning/Afternoon standouts NC Jr Phenom Session 2
#47 2023 5’10 Cole Callaway: Davidson Day
Callaway is a flat-out shooter who doesn’t need much room to get his shot off made 3 plus 3s both games. He really knows how to move without the ball and get to his spots. Rebounded well for his position I would like to see him expand his game more off the bounce.
#19 5’4 Evaan Ezhilan: Mooresville Middle School
Smaller point guard who can really shoot the ball and at one point in 1st game he was 4-4 from the 3–point line which also carried over to the 2nd game. He showed good vison when he wasn’t shooting and was able to rack up a few nice assists in pick and roll situations.
#57 6”0 2024 Jonathan Williams: Luther Nick Jeralds Middle
So, what’s scary is that this young man is only a 7th grader. An athletic wing that was aggressive in attacking the basket finishing around the rim. He used his athleticism on the defensive end in two straight possessions he stole the ball finished for layup and next time down the court he had a chased down block from behind.
#61 6’2 2023 Bryce Cash: Charlotte Christian School
Bryce was one of the top 2 player in attendance. You hear the word positionless players and right now on the middle school side he is one of those players. Bryce created mismatches with his size and speed and at times he did work in the post then later you would see him running point. He displayed a great feel and attacked the rim.
#39 5’7 2023 Quasim Oden: Wendell Middle
Quasim is a tough quick lead guard who really competes all game long. If he wasn’t dropping off dimes to cutting teammates, he was getting to the basket to finish for himself. Has good instincts and will be one of the Raleigh tough kids to keep an eye on.
#42 5’7 Tomir Moore: Contentnea-Savannah School
Kinston is a breeding ground for athletes Mr. Tomir is no different. He got after it on the defensive end which made it easy for him and his team to get in scoring positions. Shot the ball at a high rate and can play either guard position.