North Carolina's Phenom Exposure Camp
Session 2
Team 19 Player Recaps

#19 5'8' 2021 Matthew White of Northwestern HS (Rock Hill, NC)
White gave great effort throughout the day. He runs the floor well, both when he is pushing the break and when he is filling the lanes. He has good shooting form and made a number of 3s off the catch. He sees the floor well and has a good court sense. As he continues to work on his game off the dribble his game will continue to expand.

#22 5'9' 2020 Justin Brown of North Mecklenburg (Huntersville, NC)
Brown came into camp with a great attitude. He showed the IQ to take good shots and was able to make the open shot with a quick release. He has good court sense and sees the floor well and makes crisp passes to open teammates. As Brown continues to work on his vision off the bounce he will continue to take his game to a new level.

#59 5'11' 2020 Jalen Cone of Walkertown HS (Walkertown, NC)
Cone can score at all levels, in transition and in the half court. He is able to create shots for his teammates as well as himself. Cone plays with great intensity and is a jet-quick athlete understanding great angles and able to get where he wants off the bounce. Cone is tracking as one of the top players in the state in his class, he is incredibly exciting to watch and makes everyone on his team better.

#62 5'11' 2019 Jalen Jones of Hopewell HS (Charlotte, NC)
Jones does well in transition, running the floor and finding his open spot on the floor. He keeps his head up when he is pushing the ball up the floor and has a good court sense and vision. His shot looks good as he has good form in catch and shoot situations with a quick release. As Jones continues to work on shooting off the bounce his game will continue to grow.

#99 6'1' 2021 Landon Efrid of Northern Guilford (Greensboro, NC)
Efrid came into camp with a great attitude and gave great effort throughout the camp. He plays very hard when the ball is in his area and was relentless in his pursuit of loose balls. He shoots the kick out 3 ball well and as he continues to work on his consistency of his jump shot form at all levels he will continue growing as a player.

#102 6'1' 2019 Dashon Horne of Fike HS (Wilson, NC)
Horne came into camp really taking well to suggestions from coaches. He gave great effort and showcased being a very active defender, both on and off the ball. He rebounds his position well and he is strong with the ball in his hands. As Horne continues to work on his shooting form he will only enhance his difference making ability on defense.

#139 6'2' 2020 Anthony Testa of'(Charlotte, NC)
Testa plays with great effort and understands team concepts and looks to fill his role within the team. Testa had a good shot selection with a quick release as he made numerous 3-point shots throughout the day. As he continues to raise his release point consistently on his jump shot, Testa will become even more dangerous on the offensive end.

#142 6'2' 2020 Parker Watson of Cape Fear Christian (Coats, NC)
Watson came into camp with a great attitude and identified and played his role well on the team. He showed to be a good catch and shoot threat from beyond the arc, both on the break and in the half court. As he continues to work on his pull up/shot fake game his offensive arsenal will continue to expand.

#179 6'5' 2019 Marcus Owens of Cape Fear Christian (Coats, NC)
Owens came into camp with a great understanding of team play, and really carved his niche on the floor quickly. He gave great effort on the boards, grabbing numerous rebounds on both ends. He played tough defense making it tough for his man, at multiple positions, to get comfortable with the ball. As he continues to improve his ball skills he will only enhance his profile as a prospect.

#182 6'7' 2020 Tavis Bridges of Starmount HS (Boonville, NC)
Bridges too well to coaching, implementing concepts and suggestions from coaches at camp. Bridges moves well in the post and establishes good position. He has good vision and court sense out of the post, as he passes the ball well. He has solid fundamentals and footwork on the block and as he continues to get stronger he will be able to hold position and finish toward the rim better. High upside here.

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