NC Phenom 150 Session 3 All Tournament Team 2022


6’4 Kheni Briggs (A.L. Brown High School)

The strong and physically mature point guard just as a knack for getting to the rim. Being predominantly left hand dominant, Briggs gets down hill as good as anyone in the state. He has the ability to change speeds with a slight hesitation move that often freezes defenders and get them completely off balance. In addition, Briggs averaged 20.5 PPG and proved he is in the conversation as one of the top tier prospects in the state for the 2022 class.


6’2 LeBron Thomas (Lee Central High School, SC)

LeBron Thomas is no stranger to Phenom events. We’ve been a fan from “Day One” and continue to be impressed with his ever-improving skill set. We’re talking about a long, athletic, and crafty point guard that has excellent court vision, makes precise and timely passes and has the ability to create his own shot off the dribble/bounce or drop dimes to open teammates for assists. Thomas has all the tools and intangibles you want in a floor general “on and off the court.”


5’9 Isaiah Smith (SW Guilford High School)

Isaiah Smith is a tough, gritty and determined point guard that gave maximum effort on both ends of the court. Sporting a strong, physical frame, Smith simply goes about his business being the best he can be each and every possession. We absolutely loved the work ethic, energy and “on the ball” defensive pressure he applied to the opposing guards, not to mention he was able to create scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates.


5’9 Jesse Reeves (Northern Durham High School)

The athletic, speedy and quick floor general made his presence known quickly on both ends of the court. Whether it was his hawkish defensive intensity and pressure or having the ability to blow by defenders on the offensive side. The strong two-way play by Reeves made a huge impression as one to monitor this coming high school season.