2020 6’6 Kahari Rogers (Liberty Heights): Rogers came out strong and ready to roll on Day 1 of the Phenom HoopState Championship. He came out aggressive and with a purpose, showing his form and shot-making ability from deep but also not settling and attacking when the opportunity is there. Rogers also excelled on the boards, securing 11 rebounds in the win.
2020 6’9 Jemal Davis (Liberty Heights): Davis brings such intrigue to the table immediately with his versatility and size, to go along with his mobility. He showed just what he could do on the floor vs. Moravian Prep Regional. Running the floor, putting the ball on the deck, and finishing strong around the rim on his way to 16 points and 15 rebounds.
2025 5’11 Eli Ellis (Moravian Prep Regional): Playing at such a young age, it is impressive how Ellis can handle the pressure. He showcased his range early on and ended his day with four 3-pointers and leading his team with 14 points. He continues to develop and get stronger as a guard.
2021 6’7 Saiquone Harris (Word of God): Harris made plays after plays on day 1, as he was able to get out in transition and penetrate the lane, using great touch and finishing strong at the rim. He can be such a mismatch with his ability to step out and create for himself. Harris’ ability to get out in the open floor and finish with touch was impressive.
2020 7’0 Quincy Ballard (Quality Education): The senior big did what he was suppose to do and more. He manned the middle of the paint, being disruptive on defense around the rim and rebounding. Offensively though, Ballard moved really well, showing soft touch and finishing through contact.
2022 6’3 Po’Boigh King (Word of God): You want to talk about someone taking over in the second half, King did all that and more. He simply couldn’t be stopped. Coming off screens, pulling up from deep, and showing his range all over the court, King scored 27 points in the second half alone in the win.