There is nothing better for a scout than finding new, intriguing prospects that should be ones on the radar for college coaches.  At the Phenom G3 Showcase, Team MOAM really captured the eyes of many, with 2024 Cam Miles and 2024 Mike Andino leading the way.  These two guards really filled it up every time they played and should be ones that college coaches should have on their radar more.

Starting with Andino, the scoring guard absolutely lit it up all weekend long, averaging nearly 28 points per game, 5.2 rebounds, 2.7spg, and 2.5 apg, doing that consistently throughout the event.  He is a very confident scorer, showing that he has a tremendous IQ and feel, has a nice change of pace to his game, and is a confident scorer from multiple levels. Whether it was getting into the paint or knocking down threes, Andino scored in a variety of ways.

Miles was another prospect that filled up the stat sheet.  He showed that he is a smooth point guard that can create and get to the basket but also knock down shots.  He did a great job in creating for himself, showing his aggression in getting to the basket, but also did a terrific job in finding his teammates, making sensational, on-target passes as well.  Add on top his ability to get on the boards and make some plays on the defensive end, Miles really opened some eyes to what he could be at the next level.

Here is what was said at the event about each:

2024 Cam Miles:
“First time watching Miles and I was impressed with what he showed all over the court.  He gave us a glimpse of his ability to score with a smooth feel, getting to the basket and finishing around defenders or at the rim. But he also made several plays in seeing the floor, finding his teammates well, and getting on the boards.  An effective scorer with the ball in his hands though, really showing how he could finish and create for himself.”

2024 Mike Andino:
“The Florida guard has been off the charts this entire weekend, really showing his ability to be a scorer on the floor and fill it up.  And that he has done, averaging around 30ppg so far throughout the event.  He displayed his ability to knock down shots, attack the basket and finish consistently, and showed how confident he is in his ability to score.”