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Team 9 Coach: Kevin Dawkins #31: 5’9 ’23 Colin Fayed (Gaston Day) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to run a team very effectively, especially for his age, Colin Fayed. He’s a young, wiry point guard prospect with polish and a high IQ on both sides of the ball. Fayed is a great creator that plays bigger than his size would imply on defense and on the glass. He knows how to...read more
#100 6’4 2022 Kheni Briggs: AL Brown (NC) Briggs is a really high level young player that has continued to make strides since our last viewing. He’s a strong bodied 2-guard that is always in attack mode on the offensive end, consistently going around or through his man to the basket. His outside shot is consistent and his above the rim capabilities allow him to create an abundance of...read more
Here are more standouts from the Summer Havoc LIVE in Fort Mill.read more
North Carolina Jr. Phenon Camp Evaluations Team 6 Coach: Ryan Bernardi #43: 5’5 ’24 Caleb Jenkins (Sumter, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a really strong impression with his two-way presence during camp, Caleb Jenkins. He’s a point guard prospect with great IQ, quickness, and the ability to make his teammates better. Jenkins is a willing passer with nice...read more
Kevin’s Fab 5 -NC Jr. Phenom Camp Session 1 5’5 2024 Caleb Jenkins: Bates Middle School (Sumter SC) Jenkins did amazing job at getting paint touches all day long, making all the right plays and setting his teammates up for easy buckets. Not the biggest guard at the event but that didn’t matter no one was able to stay in front of him in a half court setting. Defensively he is disruptive...read more
It’s always great to get back in the gym for some camps and today’s #NCJrPhenom Session One has a ton of talent featuring some of the top 5-8th graders from seven states/provinces from two provinces. Let’s take a look at some of the early day standouts! 5’0 2026 LJ Smith: Battleground Elementary (Lincolnton) Smith did an excellent job early on asserting his presence as a...read more