Phenom 150 Session II Standouts

  • #151 Jamarius Burton
    • With his frame and athletic ability, to go along with his motor, Burton showed early that he would be a force all day and he is only part of the 2018 class.' Right from the start, made some early noise with some nice throw downs.' He also played hard and talked on defense.
  • #180 Immanuel Bates
    • Bates is a 6'8, 6’9'prospect that is long and lengthy.' Still developing and growing into his body, Bates showed he has the intangibles to be nice inside presence for Jack Britt.' Rebounded well and on defense, really showed he could alter shots when his opponents attacked the basket.' Still has to develop his game offensively though but if he continues to work hard, could be one to watch for 2018.
  • #178 DJ Burns
    • This is a high major talent and still is developing his game.' When the ball is around the basket, he can be a force on both ends.' Has a nice touch offensively when working around the rim.' Did we mention that he is part of the 2019 class!' Major upside on this young man.
  • #124 Noah Taylor
    • This rising junior played well and is crafty with the ball.' Playing at Porter Ridge with a senior led team, he now has a chance to really shine this year.' Long arms, finds ways to score the ball, and is just smooth with the ball.
  • #144 Issaac Suffren
    • A nice prospect for the 2018 class from Myers Park, Suffren has a nice frame and good handles.' He finds different ways to get us opponent the other way and get to the rim or pulls up for a jumper.' If he continues to work, Suffren could be a name to remember down the road.
  • #164 David Caraher
    • Already one of the top players in North Carolina for his class, one just has to like the way this young man plays the game.' He can really do it all on both sides and can play several positions.' Showed nice most on the inside and can be a mismatch for any future program.' Really like his overall game.
  • #116 Chaz Gwyn
    • A 2019 guard played very well at the Phenom 150 when watching him.' Still young but the talent is there and can see why so many people are high on him.' Very skilled
  • #118 Oliver Lynch-Daniels
    • 'A 6'2 guard that really stood out in the second round of games.' This kids vision and passing skills, along with ball handling, are exceptional and truly is a team first kind of play.' Very gifted.
  • #177 Amiri Waddell
    • A 2018 prospect that has the body of a football player but gets it done in several ways on the floor.' On Saturday, he delivered whether it was scoring or dishing.' At 6'6, he has the tools to make noise in the Charlotte area.
  • #135 Marquise Jordan
    • Slim built but did a lot of his damage down low.' Has length to him and used that to his advantage.' In Game one, he scored 23 points and did much of the same in his other two games.
  • #169 Ryan Schwieger
    • He was the second leading scorer for Weddington last year and this 6'5 junior looks to have a prime breakout year.' He showed why at the Phenom 150 Saturday.' Good size, strong with the ball, and smart.' Expect his name to rise after this season.
  • #143 Khalil Shakir-Harris
    • Played well throughout the day on Saturday.' Did a lot of his damage and scoring with his strong first step to the basket and finishing.' Really did compete on both ends and stood out all day at the Phenom 150.' Solid guard with an array of skills.
  • #103 Carson McCorkle
    • Jamie Shaw has been high on this MIDDLE SCHOOLER and he showed why this Saturday.' Had 16 in the first game and 18 in the second.' Smooth guard at 6'1 and can really shoot the ball.' This kid could be someone special early on.' In his third and final game, he dominated with 27 points.
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