There was so much talent in the gym at Ridge View High School for Phenom’s Summer Jam Session 2. Defending State Champions along with high major basketball recruits and everything in between met to compete and the standing room only crowd got a show.

With 10-15 college coaches in the stands and countless coaches viewing via the Baller TV live stream, players showed out. In fact, some of the best individual performances we have every seen came in this event.

Here are the Top 10 Performers from Phenom’s Summer Jam Session 2


1.       Chico Carter Jr
Cardinal Newman (Columbia, SC)
Offers: St Louis, Youngstown St, College of Charleston, Hampton, etc…
34.3 PPG – 16 made 3s

Carter came into this event with a point to prove and he did so, throughout the entire day. It was a impressive showing, game in and game out, as he put an assault on the basket. Playing both ends of the floor in full attack mode, expect more offers along the lines of St Louis (picked up Monday) to continue to come in.


2.       Davis Guyton
Christian Academy (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Offers: N/A
33.67 PPG – 18 made 3s

Guyton was simply on fire throughout the day. He showcased an entire offensive arsenal with his ability to shoot with deep range, take his man off the bounce and post up with his back to the basket. Guyton has always been a deep range threat (18 3s in 3 games), but he has expanded his arsenal. Looking like a sure fire scholarship level player, this should be a fun year.


3.       6’1” 2019 Tre Jackson
Blythewood HS (Blythewood, SC)
Offers: College of Charleston, Winthrop, So Miss, Hofstra, SC State, Coastal, etc…
27.5 PPG

Jackson played in the second game of the day and set the tone immediately. The high scoring lead guard showcased a killer’s mentality scoring the ball. He has a beautiful jump shot with a quick release and the ability to manufacture offense off the bounce. Had he not been playing on the same day, in the same event as Carter and Guyton he would have far and away had the best day. However, number three on this list is highly impressive.


4.       6’2” 2019 Trae Hannibal (South Carolina commit)
Hartsville HS (Hartsville, SC)
Offers: Committed to University of South Carolina
24 PPG

Hannibal came into the event with the biggest reputation, already committed to the University of South Carolina. Each game he played people came directly at him. Getting their best, Hannibal answered the call. He finished his match up with Mike Green with 16 and with Chico Carter with 32. It was a good day for the powerful 2-way point guard.


5.       6’3” 2019 Mike Green
Christian Academy (Myrtle Beach, SC)
Offers: Charlotte, USC-Upstate
20 PPG

Great day, complete day for Green. He was the only player on his team who handled the point guard duties and he did so without many false moves. He scored 20 points in each of his outings and averaged just over 8 assists per game. Green is a noted shooter, but his ability to create space is impressive. He also has incredible vision and passing ability. Charlotte and USC-Upstate are looking very smart for getting in early.

6.       6’2” 2020 Dallan Wright
Saluda HS (Saluda, SC)
Offers: N/A
15 PPG

Wright probably had the lightest reputation of anyone on this list, however he made sure people left Ridge View High School with people knowing his name. Wright brings the ball up the floor, he defends the post and he scores the points. He is very strong and very explosive and he is able to shoot and distribute the ball. Very interesting prospect and one that D1s should be watching closely in July.


7.       6’2” 2019 Khalil Stringer
Broome HS (Spartanburg, SC)
Offers: N/A
18 PPG

Stringer is the lone varsity returning starter for Broome High School. He did a great job of taking on the spotlight. Stringer is a sturdy guard who showcased the ability to score at all three levels. He had a nice handle and he had touch beyond the arc. He is a college level guy at the appropriate level.


8.       6’8” 2021 Cesare Edwards
Hartsville HS (Hartsville, SC)
Offers: N/A
16.5 PPG

It is easy to see the upside Edwards is oozing, each time he steps on the floor. The 6’8” forward has range beyond the arc, with beautiful form. He can put the ball on the floor and he is a very fluid, explosive athlete. Edwards skill set fits exactly with the trend basketball is moving. Three more years of high school, it will be fun to watch as he is a potential Top 100 type prospect and national level prospect.


9.       6’8” 2020 Nick McMullen
Ben L .Smith HS (Greensboro, NC
Offers: N/A
12.7 PPG

Each time we watch McMullen, we see some thing new in his game. He has so many facets whether it putting on the floor or shooting the 3-ball. McMullen has great length and is a good area rebounder. He blocks shots well and scores the ball at every level. McMullen took a huge step in April and will be on that college coaches will put to the top of their lists in July.


10.   6’6” 2019 Duwe Farris
Myers Park HS (Charlotte, NC)
Offers: N/A
11.3 PPG

Farris has always been a noted shooter, however he showed the ability to create offense in this setting. Farris has great size for his position and he does have definite touch with range. Farris put the ball on the floor for one and two dribbles to get into the mid-range and he even scored with his back to the basket. Very interesting player in the high school setting, it will be interesting to see how things materialize for what level in college he ends up at.