Phenom Hoops was able to check out RS Central as they traveled to Polk County, giving us a chance to view some intriguing talent.  Wanting to view more of 2025 Zymicah Wilkins, he certainly didn’t disappoint. It was a tight game for much of the first half, as Wilkins quickly went to work and made some strong plays, to lead his team.  Wilkins finished with 16 points in the first half, showing his ability to finish strong, his footwork, his versatility, and his ability to get to the line.  His play helped RS Central retain a 27-20 halftime lead. 

Second half, Polk County struggled to find offense, only scoring two points in the quarter and RS Central was able to expand its lead to double digits and lead 36-22 after three.  Wilkins got it going again in the fourth quarter, as he was able to put the game away and secure a 50-31 victory on the road.

Final: RS Central 50 – Polk County 31


2025 Zymicah Wilkins (RS Central): He was the star of the game and it was a nice chance to get an updated viewing of the sophomore prospect, who is ranked as one of the top players in his class.  When you talk about Wilkins and his game, he continues to bring so much intrigue.  He is light on his feet, moves extremely well, and is quite fluid for a player at his position.  Wilkins was able to show his ability to be comfortable in operating in the paint, but also step out, makes plays off the dribble, and find ways to make plays on his own.  He showed that he could be effective with his outside game, knocking down mid-range shots and even step out even further.  But he also ran the floor, finished strong at the rim, and was extremely fluid with how he was able to make plays down low and on the boards.  Another strong showing from the sophomore forward, as he finished with 30 points to lead his team.