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South Carolina Top 80 Camp Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: Josh Staley #0: 5’9 ’22 Dylan Williams (Irmo) Starting things off, we look at a player that is widely known and acknowledged for his electric approach and scoring ability, Dylan Williams. He’s a tough, heady lead guard prospect with quickness, penetration instincts, and perimeter shooting from midrange and beyond the arc. Williams makes quality decisions with the ball in his...

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Special K’s Hoops Take: Special K’s Superstars

Matthew Warren 6’8 Elijah Gray of Tennessee Bobcats 17U is a very special talent who is arguably one of the best players in his class, does everything you could ask for. Has a great frame and body that is very attractive to college coaches. Is a three-level scorer who can easily dominate games with his ability. Attacks the rim hard and uses his body and athleticism to finish through defenders;...

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Special K’s Hoops Take: Day 1 Early Standouts (Stay Positive)

6’6 Matthew Warren of Upward Stars Pee Dee 16U had an incredible game to start the day. Absolutely dominated in the paint, finished consistently. Rebounded the ball very well on both sides of the ball. Has the ability to push the ball on the break and make correct reads. As a 2023 kid, he already has the height length and body that college coaches look for. The most impressive part of his game...

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POB’s Eye Catchers: Day 1 at #PhenomStayPositive (Part 1)

2022 6’5 Christian Ferguson (Palmetto City 2022): Ferguson seemed to be all over the court today, as the wing prospect got to his spots offensively, knocked down shots, and was incredibly active on the boards on both ends. 2022 6’2 Jazian Gortman (Palmetto City 2022): Gortman is regarded as one of the top guards in the state for his class and one can see why.  He scores incredibly...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Spring Camp Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Jeremy Harris #10: 4’7 ’25 Logan Norton (Spartanburg) Starting things off, we look at a player that affected the game pretty well despite being the smallest and youngest prospect on this team, Logan Norton. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with a high motor and great defensive intensity. Norton moves well without the ball to assert himself on offense but operates within his role...

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