Phenom Hoops traveled down to Rock Hill on Wednesday afternoon to take in Team Curry’s practice, getting a glimpse of talent of all ages in action. Though there were several names that we have seen on multiple occasions, it was a great chance to check-in on the talent once more.
Watching the 17u, 16u, and 15u in action, here are a few names that impressed and caught our eyes but you better believe this is a program that is loaded with talent all over the courts.
Team Curry 17u
2021 Ian Schieffelin: Schieffelin has been earning a lot of attention lately and one can see why with his play. A 6’7/6’8 prospect that plays with such a smooth feel, shows a tremendous jumper with confidence, and a prospect that can really create mismatches. He also rebounded well and can defend multiple positions. Coaches can really use him to create a mismatch on the court.
2021 Jayden Doyle: Doyle is a nice blend of athleticism, strength, and feel for the game. His body frame is strong, especially in his lower half that he uses when he attacks the rim. Doyle seems to really excel out in transition and when he penetrates and attacks the rim.
2022 Logan Threatt: Threatt was impressive in his ability to play at multiple paces on the court. He showed a nice balance of scoring power but also showed his ability to facilitate. Threatt likes to play aggressively on the court on the offensive side of the ball.
Team Curry 16u
2023 Caleb Foster: Foster has a lot of tools that will make him a big-time target for many schools down the road. He has great size at a young age, a great understanding of how to attack defenders, and plays with an unselfish feel as well. Time and time again he attacked and dished, but also scored on all levels. It is only the start for this young man.
2022 Jaquava Propst-Allison: Jaquava is a player that should start getting more attention with his play. He plays with terrific speed and uses that to his advantage on both ends of the floor. Jaquava’s ability to change direction and get defenders behind him was terrific. He also uses that same speed on the defensive end, getting up into his defenders.
2022 Cade Tyson: Tyson is the young brother of Hunter Tyson but has a lot of the same traits that Hunter has. He has great size and shows a fluid shot from mid-range and three. But we also got a chance to see more of an aggressive side of him, attacking the rim. The growth in his game can be seen.
Others that caught our eyes:
17u: 2021 6’10 Kuluel Mading, 2021 6’0 Jamarii Thomas, 2021 6’6 AJ Allenspach
16u: 2022 6’10 Iffy Ufochukwu, 2022 6’4 Chase Lowe, 2022 6’4 Graham Worland
15u: 2023 6’4 Bryce Cash, 2023 6’5 Ta’Korrie Faison