The talent was deep in Greensboro for the Phenom Stay Positive Session II
6’8 ’18 Anthony Flagler- Long and full of upside, Flagler is a game-changing presence that can play inside or on the perimeter very well. His ability to space the floor is underrated; he is already a reliable anchor in the paint on both sides of the floor.
6’0 ’18 Raishaun Brown- Lightning-quick guard gets into the lane so easily and has underrated vision; Brown belongs at the D1 level with his terrific all-around ability.
6’0 ’18 Malcolm Wade- Strong-framed guard with quick first step; Wade loves to pull-up at the elbows or finish strong at the basket.
6’9 ’18 Nate Springs- The big man continues to improve with each passing week; his three-point shot has become more consistent and his interior toughness keeps trending upward as well.
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6’3 ’18 Marque Maultsby- Long guard that dominates on the defensive end with his long arms and relentless pressure; he’s been showing off quality scoring ability from all three levels as well.
6’6 ’18 KD Burt- Easily the best inch for inch rebounder in the event; he has been displaying efficiency on post-up opportunities and drives from the perimeter.
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6’9 ’18 Ody Oguama- Long-armed rim protector that can be an exceptional rim-runner at the next level; though thin, he has a college-level body right now.
Team CP3 16U
6’1 ’19 Chaz Gwyn- Right there with Trey Murphy in the conversation of best shooter in the state is Gwyn, who has such an effortless, repeatable jumper that he can hit at a 50% clip quite regularly.
6’7 ’19 Rico Williams- One of the most explosive players in the area is Williams, who plays so far above the rim it’s almost unfathomable. He has incredible one and two-step leaping ability; the more offensive punch he can provide, the heavier his recruitment will be.
Team CP3 17U
6’5 ’18 Coby White- Now nationally regarded as one of the best all-around scorers in the country, White has only gotten better since his commitment to UNC nearly a year ago. He is impossible to guard and plays downhill at all times; the sky is the limit for White.
6’8 ’18 Jack Hemphill- Strong-bodied big man that anchors the paint on both ends for this team; he rebounds very well and has gotten tougher inside over the summer. Hemphill can score anywhere from midrange-in and is always in the right position for drop off passes and putbacks.
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6’0 ’18 Jalen Johnson- Stocky point guard that plays with incredible energy and motor, he gets into the paint extremely well and has quality court vision. Johnson will continue to be coveted as his jumper remains consistent.
6’5 ’18 Jordan Love- The natural scoring wing has so much talent and skill with the ball; he is a load to contain when firing on all cylinders and hitting from all three levels. Love is one of the more underrated players in the state, so it’ll be interesting to see where he lands.