The season ends and there are still some players out there looking to sign with colleges. The Unsigned Seniors know the reputation of the NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp and typically flock to the exposure that is provided from that camp.

This year was no different. Both Session 1 and Session 2 were filled with Unsigned Seniors. Just like that, there were college coaches sitting baseline at both camps watching the players. Scholarships were earned as players came to compete…

Let’s take a look at the Unsigned Seniors College Coaches need to look into ASAP!!

6’8” Tyzhaun Claude
Goldsboro HS (Goldsboro, NC)

Claude is a player we have known about for a while, first watching him during his sophomore year, his first go around at Goldsboro High School. What a completely different player he is now. He is the type of player that a mid-major college coach watches and questions, where the heck has this kid been hiding. Claude is a long-armed explosive forward. He has great hands and good feet on the block. He knocked down a couple of 3-pointers as well. Claude is one D1s should look at immediately and try and lock him up quickly, who knows what will happen when/if he plays in April. the likes of Wofford, Mount St Mary’s and Presbyterian have been all over him since his performance at this camp.


6’1” Issiah McClean
South Granville HS (Creedmoor, NC)

McClean received the most votes in numerous categories voted on by coaches for awards. McClean is a point guard who went through the entire camp making his team better. He talked throughout the entirety of stations and he was a very active defender. McClean has good vision and his great in transition, both getting to the rim and finding teammates. He is a scholarship level point guard, one that schools should act accordingly.


6’6” Corbin Strother
North Mecklenburg HS (Huntersville, NC)

Strother walks into camp with good size and nice length. He is a solid athlete and showed great activity on the boards. He rebounded his area very well and showcased the ability to finish around and above the rim regularly. Schools such as Erskine, Anderson and Carson Newman have been on him since his performance here.


6’1” Andreas Wilson
Kerr Vance Academy (Louisburg, NC)

Wilson is an unbelievably dynamic player. He has elbow above the rim explosion and a silky smooth jump shot, with deep range. The guard carries a 4.5 GPA throughout high school and scored over 20 points per game. Coached by former Wake Forest guard Taron Downey, Wilson is a sure fire Division 1 guard and the likes of Presbyterian, Citadel and Wingate have been all over Wilson since his performance here.


6’1” Byron Sanders
Ashbrook HS (Gastonia, NC)

Sanders came to camp and played with great poise. He handled the ball well from the wing, knocked down some threes off the catch and really attacked the rim hard. He showed the ability to be a tough on the ball defender with the length to be good in the passing lanes. He was explosive at the rim, able to finish through contact, and he rebounded his position very well. A college level player, one scholarship schools should look at. Winston Salem State and Mount Olive were both in to watch Sanders here.