NC Phenom 150 Session 3 All Tournament Team 2020

6’6 2020 Reggie Raynor (Northwood Temple)

Reggie Raynor has size, length, athleticism and tremendous strength. What’s not to like about a wing that has so many physical attributes. He’s above the rim player, can create his own shot off the dribble/bounce and showcased the ability to initiate the offense and just continues to get better and better in each and every outing, not to mention one of the more under valued players in the state for his class. Raynor was tremendous at the loaded NC Phenom 150 Session 3 and also averaged 18.5 PPG. In addition, Raynor was selected the camp’s 2020 MVP

6’3 2020 Jackeem Herbin (The Burlington School)

It’s time college coaches and regional scouts start giving Jackeem Herbin credit “where credit is due.” We’re talking about a strong, physical and  athletic combo guard that can easily transition over to the primary lead guard position. Herbin has solid ball handling skills, terrific court vision and the ability to make precise and timely passes off the dribble. In addition, Herbin can consistently knock down perimeter shots, but more importantly, he plays with tremendous passion and purpose. For his efforts, Herbin was named Mr. Hustle for the camp.

6’3 2020 Jay Hickman (Northwood Temple)

As we have often stated, “shooters translate at every level,” and 6’3 Jay Hickman has the ability to knock down 3-pointers, hit the mid-range and can finish consistently at the rim. While Hickman can score from all three levels, he is extremely effective and dangerous off the dribble/bounce and has become one of the better mid-range shooters in the state regardless of class. More importantly, Hickman does an excellent job of moving without the ball and scores efficiently within the structure of the game.

6’3 2020 Lars Nilson (The Burlington School)

it was a very productive outing for the wing from Southeast Guilford High School. Lars Nilson used the Phenom platform to elevate his name as one to track and monitor. Nilson has a knack for scoring and was very productive from all three levels on the court as he averaged 13 PPG in two full games.

6’4 2020 Trent McIntyre (Piedmont Classical)

Simply put, 6’4 Trent McIntyre is a “do it all” type guard. McIntyre has good handles, court vision, the ability to score, but may bring the biggest attributes on the defensive end of the court. McIntrye has good length, quickness and athleticism and has the luxury to guard and defense multiple positions on the court.