Each and every time Phenom Hoops gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day. It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player.
Here is the latest commitment.
Player: Brayden Crump
Committed to: Elon
What Has Been Said:
“He’s smart, smooth, and polished with an impressive inside-out skillset and the ability to cause a ton of matchup problems. Crump shoots the ball at a high clip, operates well off the bounce, and highlights a nice blend of vision, toughness, and rebounding. He has the ability to handle the ball in transition or when attacking opponents at his position as a penetrator. Crump already has a foundation that could seamlessly transition to the next level, so it’ll be exciting to monitor his progression going forward.”
“It’s nice to have Brayden Crump back healthy and on the court. Brayden is a skilled, strong forward who is capable of scoring from all 3 levels. Brayden can absolutely shoot the cover off the ball. He has a beautiful release with deep range.”
“How this 6’8 power forward has not been seen is more doesn’t make sense. He can be your best 3-point shooter or can give you a quick 15 in the paint. Brayden is the first option of any fellow teammates passing for the alley-oop dunk in transition. His ability to run the pick and roll or the pick and pop for the 3 is a coach’s dream. His footwork is almost unmatchable to another player in his class. Brayden Crump is playing in the 2023 class but the most impressive thing is he’s in the 2024 class. He is a leader on the court speaking on defense in every position. He runs the court making it an easy assist for the guards on his team. Brayden is a shot blocker. His help defense helps his team every game. He has the ability to stay in control while blocking the shot. Brayden knows how to use the back board for blocks to avoid the foul and help his team regain position. He also has the ability to go coast to coast after a block or a steal, which helps every offense he plays with. He can transition to the 5, given the game scenario making him a “most have” on the court when your team is a transition high paced team.” – Back in 2020