We have invaded the Gate City once again for another session of our Phenom 150 camp, this platform follows the prestigious Top 80 camp.  The 150 camp really offers younger unknown players an initial chance to break onto the scene and gain notoriety throughout the state.

Greensboro, North Carolina- With a nice balanced mix of young talent and unsigned seniors vying to make an impact late in the signing stages, this session exceeded expectations in my humble opinion. After two complete rounds of games let’s examine some early stock risers, helped to increase their value heading into a big Spring rapidly approaching.

#48 6’3 2021 Caden Davis (Reynolds HS)

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Davis came in fresh off a final four run in the state playoffs, Davis has played aggressive and looks more confident than ever. Davis is a physical guard, he plays the game with real tenacity.

Offensively Davis can create for himself and others around him, Davis shoots it well from deep and at 6’3 he’s a reliable finisher at the cup. Davis looks to initiate contact and absorb it in the paint, Davis commits the same tenacity to the defensive end as well. Davis a multi-sport athlete is a strong kid, it allows for versatility on defense.


#59 6’4 2021 Aaron Oates (Northside Hs)


Oates was a tough matchup, he really filled it up for Team Williams including a 22 point outburst that earned him MVP honors for his side. Oates is an intriguing long term prospect, he’s long and Oates covers a lot of ground with his stride which makes him a natural slasher.

Oates showed a nice burst at the point of finish around the rim, Oates got where he wanted in the lane majority of the day. Oates has a nice overall feel for the game he played to his strengths and got good looks repeatedly. Oates ran the floor and filled lanes correctly the guards on his team found the youngster in stride.

#73 6’6 2021 Anthony Sellars (WS Prep)


Another long wing prospect with nice upside in the talented 2021 NC cycle, Sellars effortlessly shoots over defenders at 6’6 and he’s got a pure stroke from deep.

Sellars shoots it fluid and with nice range, if Sellars sees a couple of shots go in he can really get hot from three-point range. His size and skill set allows him to play on the perimeter and down low for a nice inside- out combination. Sellars handles the ball well at his size, he can take his man off the dribble, and has also continued to get stronger down low. Sellars can excel in pick N roll situations he stretches the floor out and opens things up offensively. Sellars is improving as a defender as well, he also competes hard for boards on the block.

#25 5’11 2021 Tyreik Leach (Reynolds HS)


Leach really has come on as of late, the sweet shooting lefty is a marksman from deep. Leach was prepared to shoot upon the catch, Leach has a quick trigger and a nice fluid motion.

Leach is a big shot maker, he’s fearless on the floor and wants the rock when everything is on the line. Leach is a smaller guard but still proves to be an effective finisher, he’s got a nice mix of athleticism and craftiness around the cup. Leach looked comfortable as the lead ball handler at times, it’s a role he will have to continue to develop in for the next level, Leach is a capable playmaker, he’s unselfish and looks to make the simple play. Leach is a scrappy defender he’s got quick hands and moves well laterally.