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6’3 ’25 Omaurie Phillips (Team Trezz) Although there were a ton of standouts on this Team Trezz roster, Phillips consistently found ways to stand out with his tough, rugged approach. He’s a very physical, athletic wing prospect who doesn’t require offensive touches in order to make a lasting impact. Phillips plays extremely hard, pursues rebounds and loose balls, and does the little things on...read more
Team 3 Coach: Greg Harmon #5: 5’0 ’25 Joshua Dorsette II (Durham) Starting things off, we look at a player that seems to make strides in his progression with each viewing, Joshua Dorsette. He’s a wiry, slightly undersized point guard prospect with a quality feel for the game and the ability to run a team decently well. Dorsette can knock down open shots, create off the bounce, and position...read more
Jamie Shaw brings you his first and second all-camp teams, as these players made a statement on Saturday.read more
Team 3 Coach: Andre Simmons #5: 4’9 ’26 Braylen McRae (Garner) Starting things off, we look at a player that already does an excellent job of asserting himself despite a lack of true size, Braylen McRae. He’s a young, skilled point guard prospect with quickness and the ability to properly run a team on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as...read more
The young players came out and competed at the Phenom ENC Junior Camp. Our scouts took notice, as these were the players that caught our eyes.read more
Team 1 Coach: Daymond Lindell #1: 4’9 ’25 Tristan Nunez (Lexington, NC) Staring things off, we look at a player that showcased a fairly well-rounded skillset at camp, Tristan Nunez. He’s a wiry guard prospect with nice length and a solid balance between scoring and playmaking. Nunez proved to be a competitor on both sides of the ball and operated with a strong motor throughout the day....read more
#62 6’1 2024 Brandon Ihle (Apex, NC) Ihle is a high quality young post player that has range that extends out to the 3 point line and beyond. He has a firm understanding of the game, utilizing his talent to his advantage and maintaining a high level of productivity in both of his games thus far. If he continues to grow he can be a really versatile forward at the high school level, and if...read more