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.

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

2022 6’6 Elijah Gray

Gray continues to impress every time we see on the court.  His overall development in his game continues to expand and he is showing that he is comfortable no matter where he is on the floor.  Gray’s ability to stretch the floor and be a threat with a smooth shot is impressive, as well as use his size to battle down low.

2021 6’3 Justin Taylor

Taylor started out slow but it started to click for him later on.  He is a true combo guard that can lead and initiate the offense as well as score the ball at a high rate.  Taylor makes it look so effortless on the floor, using his tight handle to get where he wants on the floor.

2021 6’11 Cooper Land

Land is an intriguing big man with still room to grow and develop.  He plays hard, smart, and has such a soft touch around the rim.  His hands are always up and ready, knows how to use the glass, and is vocal on defense.  Still raw in several ways but is productive on the boards.

2021 6’4 Solomon Todd

Todd did what he showed at the Phenom WNC camp… he gets downhill almost every time he wants and knows how to finish.  Putting the ball on the deck and using his strength is what he does best and where he is most effective.  He also brings a great motor on the defensive side of the ball.

2021 6’1 Yusef Suggs Jr.

Suggs wasn’t the biggest offensive threat but he did a lot of other things well on the court.  He can be a dog defensively, playing up in opponents area and creating turnovers, but you also have to love his speed in the open floor.  One of the quickest guards in the open floor, it was tough to keep him in front.  Also liked his athleticism.