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Coach Rick’s All Hustle Team “Effort, Energy and Enthusiasm” No matter the talent level, there’s an old saying. “You can’t teach effort.” There are just some players that have the “Hustle” gene. It’s in their DNA. They know one speed and that’s all out. Simply put, there are players that are wired to play with effort, energy and enthusiasm. Below are the players that we’ve seen countless times...read more
#9- Kadyn Dawkins- Though undersized, Dawkins has been nothing short of incredible during his time at camp. He’s so sharp and decisive with the ball in his hands, able to manipulate the opposing defense at a nonstop rate through both passing and scoring. Dawkins is an intelligent leader by example with exceptional vision and craftiness. He also defends extremely well, especially for his size,...read more
Check out each player evaluation from the Phenom ENC 150 in Raleigh, this time taking a look at Team 5.read more
One of our scouts, Jeff Bendel, provides us the players that grabbed his attention at the Phenom ENC 150.read more
Team 5 Coach: Josh Prince #6: 5’4 ’22 Zane Caudle (Uwharrie Charter Academy) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a pretty nice impact despite his lack of true size, Zane Caudle. He’s an undersized point guard with an unselfish, team-first approach on offense. Caudle consistently looks to set up others and get each of his teammates involved in the action, but is also capable...read more
Ben Burnham was a popular name for this category but who else made the list from the Summer Havoc?read more
6’4 ’20 Kalib Matthews (Henderson Collegiate) Thus far, no player has been better than Matthews, who was the main two-way leader in Henderson Collegiate’s early win. He’s such a matchup problem, given his blend of IQ, size, skill, and three-level scoring. No opponent was actually able to contain him, but Matthews still displayed unselfishness and applied scoring pressure within the flow of the...read more