July is going to be fun, especially with Phenom Hoops. That is why we are getting just a small head-start on the teams and players that will be in attendance for the Summer Havoc. Here, we look to preview just a few names to watch for throughout the weekend in Rock Hill, with many others stepping up their game in front of college coaches.
Sheed Wallace Select
One of the fast, rising programs around the region, Sheed Wallace Select is looking to make a lot of noise this summer and it starts at the Summer Havoc in Rock Hill. We have seen Patrick Cole and his players in action on multiple occasions and there is no doubt about it, they play with a mental toughness that you don’t see with many teams. They pride themselves on defense and simply get after it on the court, which is why this could be a program of interest for college programs all around.
When you look at the roster though, you start with 2023 6’10 Tichyque Musaka who is a fast-rising big that already holds multiple high-major offers and could walk away with a few more over the weekend. He moves incredibly well and brings such a presence on both ends of the floor, which should have eyes all over him. 2022 Po’Boigh King is one of the best shooters in the state and once he gets hot, watch out because he can absolutely fill it out.
2023 Keyon Webb is a newer name but one that is quickly catching the attention of college coaches, as the 6’2 guard brings a nice presence scoring but also leading the offense; plays with such a smooth feel on the court. And who couldn’t use a 6’8, versatile prospect like 2022 Broderick Ellis, who could be a steal for a program down the road. Other players like 2022 Elijah Thomas, 2022 Mustapha Shah, 2023 Asa White, 2023 Jajuan Nicholls, and several others should have college coaches of all levels sitting baseline because these are dudes that can help win games down the road.
Sheed Wallace Select, along with several other teams, will be a team to watch all weekend long in Rock Hill for the Summer Havoc. So make sure you get your tickets and sit baseline to catch the rising talent of the future.