Class Height No. Name City State High School
2020 6′7″ 109 Trey Pittman Wilson NC Greenfield School
2020 6′4″ 89 Austin Locklear Rowland NC Cape Fear Christian Academy
2020 6′3″ 78 Jackeem Herbin Burlington NC The Burlington School
2020 6′2″ 66 Alton G Hickman Ill Fayetteville NC Northwood Temple
2020 6′4″ 90 Kalib Mathews Henderson NC Henderson Collegiate
2020 6′2″ 55 Christopher Beam Winston Salem NC Atkins High School


The NC Phenom 150 Session 2 camp was simply loaded with talent and the players lived up to their expectations and potential. Now, let’s take a closer look at the All Tournament team for the 2020 class.


6’7 Trey Pittman (Greenfield School)

It was a banner day for 6’7 senior Trey Pittman. We’re talking about a highly skilled, fundamentally sound, and great all around player. Pittman can score from all three levels, has touch and range beyond the 3-point line and has the ability to create his own shot off the dribble. More importantly, we continue to be impressed with his toughness, grit and overall competitiveness on the court. As the old saying goes, “This young man has game.” Pittman plays to win and gives maximum effort on both ends of the court. In addition, Pittman was one of the camp’s leading scorers averaging 21 PPG.


6’3 Austin Locklear (Cape Fear Academy)

6’3 Austin Locklear is simply flying under the recruiting radar and should be a hot commodity among regional D2 programs in the state. First of all, Locklear is wired to compete. Whether it is on the defensive side of the court, or on the offensive end where he continues to make his presence known. We’re talking about a highly motivated and passionate player on the court that envies winning. We were impressed once again with his ability to knock down shots consistently from the 3-point line. While Locklear can light it up from the perimeter, we were equally impressed with his defensive intensity and tough “on the ball” defense. Locklear average 16.5 PPG.


6’3 Jackeem Herbin (The Burlington School) 

There has been a lot of buzz surrounding The Burlington School and rightfully so. After today’s performance, we’re going to go on record and state the obvious, 6’3 Jackeem Herbin will the team’s “glue guy.”  We’re talking about a tough as nails, blue-collar type player that simply enjoys competing on both ends of the court, but more importantly continues to make one winning play after another. Herbin is physically strong, athletic and has the ability to be the team’s secondary point guard. We were impressed with his court vision and ability to make sharp and precise passes off the dribble. In addition, Herbin is the type of player that values winning and doing the simple things on the court that often don’ t show up in the box score. That being said, Herbin averaged 15 PPG.


6’2 Jay Hickmon (Northwood Temple)

As the old saying goes, shooters translate and Jay Hickmon is one of the better shooters in the state. Fresh, coming off his Presbyterian offer, Hickmon came in with a big chip on his shoulder. The confidence and long range perimeter shooter has the ability to score off the catch or simply put the ball on the floor and create his own shot off the dribble. That being said, Hickmon is gaining confidence and poise and proved once again why he is going to a  high priority for school in the area/region.


6’4 Kaleb Matthews (Henderson Collegiate)

Kaleb Matthews recently committed to Queens University which is an absolute gift for head coach Bart Lundy. We’re talking about a silky smooth wing that has a “quiet” but yet explosive bounce. Standing a lengthy 6’4 with a 6’8 wingspan, Matthews has the ability to make a major impact at Queens University and will be the heart and soul of this year’s Henderson Collegiae team. Once again, Matthews surprised us with his presence at the NC Phenom 150, but his presence alone spoke volume about him as a player and person. Matthews averaged 12.5 PPG


6’2 Kristopher Beam (Atkins High School)

The strong, athletic and hard playing guard made a huge impression on his overall skill set and mental make-up. We’re talking about a very poise, mature and highly energetic player on the court. In addition, Beam led his team to the Camp Championship and earned Tournament MVP honors. While Beam was instrumental with his ball handling and passing skills, we were equally impressed with his tight on-the-ball defense which he literally shut down the opposing top point guard.


2021 All Tournament Team :

2022 All Tournament Team: