What a great day of basketball the Spring NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp always is…2018 Session 1, which took place on March 4 at Proehlific Park brought a sold out crowd of prospects, many of them new names, to start their story.
Freshmen prospects from the 2021 class, all the way to unsigned seniors from the 2018 class came to compete. Phenom Hoops had digital media in the house, national scouts read across the country were watching. Ball is Life was in the building videoing and some prospects made names for themselves.
Here are some 2019 Prospects Who Showed Out
6’7” Garrett Hien
Hickory Ridge HS (Concord, NC)
Coach Kelvin Mills, who has been with Phenom Hoops since the beginning 15 years ago, came off the court raving about Hien. Rightfully so, there is a lot to like here. Hien finished above the rim, he played tough and he showcased a skilled scoring range. He averaged 15 points per game and won two game MVP awards.
6’8” Daniel Lobach
Cape Fear Christian (Erwin, NC)
Lobach came into camp as a complete unknown and left with everyone in attendance talking about him. Lobach showcased a complete game for a big man, starting with a 6’11” wing span. He is a high level athlete and plays with a non-stop motor. Throughout camp he also showed ability to knock down the pick & pop 3 as well as score on the block. Lobach is a must watch moving forward. He scored 12.3 points per game and won two game MVP awards.
6’11” 2019 Nikola Vuksanovic
Rabun Gap School (Rabun Gap, Ga)
Vuksanovic is new to the US, coming to Rabun Gap School in January. There is no questioning his size. He also has good length and great hands. Vuksanovic is developing touch around the basket and learning to go up and just dunk the ball, catching a couple of bodies throughout the day. Vuksanovic was the only player in camp to win a game MVP in all three games, averaging 13.7 points per game.
6’5” Myles Hunter
North Meck High School (Huntersville, NC)
Hunter certainly passes the look test once he walks onto the floor. He has long arms coming off a very athletic frame. Throughout the camp Hunter showed the ability to get downhill, finish above the rim and the ability to defend multiple positions. In fact, Hunter finished in the top 5 in the entire camp in scoring averaging 20.3 points and winning two game MVP awards.
6’1” George Jones
Pamlico High School (Bayboro, NC)
It is easy to see how Jones has led Pamlico High School to the first state championship game in school history. Jones is a tough and explosive on both ends of the floor, making positive plays throughout the game. Watch closely for the post event video recaps as Jones had numerous above the rim plays. For the camp Jones earned two game MVP awards and averaged 12.3 points per game.
Other Juniors to Put on your Radar
6’5” Dillon Harrison of Comenius School (Monroe, NC)
6’3” Jaylen Prioleau of Piedmont Community School (Charlotte, NC)
6’6” Davis Guyton of Christian Academy of MB (Myrtle Beach, SC)
6’4” Javon Outlaw of Wayne Country Day (Goldsboro, NC)
6’7” Jeremyah McWilliams of Overhills HS (Spring Lake, NC)
6’ Marcus Metcalf of Wayne Country Day (Goldsboro, NC)
6’4” Cliff Harris of Calvary Day School (Waynesville, NC)