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2022 Gabe Proctor (Papa Pete’s): You have to love how this kid plays on the court with, especially the confidence that oozes out of him when he is knocking down shots and feeling it. He did that once again, showing his range and floater consistently all game long. 2022 6’6 Noah Ross (Tion Burton): Ross is a long, high IQ, smooth type prospect that is showing more than his range and aggressively...read more
6’3 2021 Umar Lawson (Upward Stars Pee Dee) Lawson should be one of the breakout names after this weekend. First off if you haven’t seen the viral clip of him going Eastbay mid-game, then proceeding to land a backflip, check it out! Aside from that, he’s a prospect that’s continued to improve, Lawson is an elite level athlete at this stage which allows him to explode past defenders and finish in...read more
2023 Wesley Tubbs (Charlotte Supreme): You can already see that Tubbs has the length that will catch eyes but what really stands out first is his emotion, hustle, and willingness to leave it all out there. Such a competitor. As far as his game goes, he is a 6’5 long, wiry prospect that can create for himself or for his teammates. Just another big-time prospect in the 2023...read more
6’8 ’21 Ben Burnham (Team Charlotte) There’s an obvious amount of talent within the Team Charlotte organization, and Burnham has arguably been their most consistent performer of the early season. He’s a long, wiry forward with quality athleticism and an excellent nose for the ball. Burnham plays with a nonstop motor and understands how to overwhelm opponents with his activity level. He’s a...read more
North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 9 Team 9 Coach Kelvin Mills #10: 5’11 ’23 Giovanni Nanucci (Greensboro, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that could arguably emerge as the best long-term prospect from this camp, Giovanni Nanucci. He’s a young combo-guard prospect that competed extremely well with the high school group and made a consistent impact on...read more