For the second weekend in a row, Phenom Hoop Report headed to Proehlific Park to check out the talent from around the state of North Carolina and it may have been the best group of talent we have had in one 150 camp.

Talent was absolutely everywhere and at all ages but here are just a few names that really stood out to our scouts on Sunday.

2023 6’5 Wesley Tubbs

Tubbs is going to be something special as he continues to develop and play the game.  He has so much versatility to his game, scoring inside and out, showcasing his handles to get to his spots and into the lane, and using his length incredibly well to his advantage.  There aren’t too many that can slow him down.

2022 5’11 Isaiah Tate

We knew that Tate can fill up the box score and that he did at times, knocking down tough jumpers all over the floor.  But what was equally impressive was his vision and ability to find teammates in scoring opportunities.  His passing isn’t something that gets talked about with Tate all the time but certainly should.

2021 6’7 Broderick Ellis

You have to love someone that works hard both on and off the court; that is what Broderick did.  At 6’7, he has great size and wingspan to go along with a active motor on both ends of the floor.  He was disruptive around the paint, rebounded well, and surprisingly displayed his ability to run the break on offense.  Also loved after the game that he asked his coach on how he can get better and what he needed to do next game.

2022 6’1 Cos Pagano

Pagano is a name to start watching this upcoming season.  The one thing that you know you will get is motor.  He plays very hard on both ends of the floor, making hustle plays on either end of the floor and knowing down mid-range jumpers as well as three’s.

2022 6’3 Kris Mickens

Mickens was incredibly active on the floor and what you have to like is his ability to run the floor in transition.  He attacked, attacked, and attacked every chance he could get, beating his defenders down the court and getting easy scoring chances.