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.
2024 Darnerian Gibson
One of the younger prospects at the camp, Gibson was impressive. He had great instincts, was an absolute pest on the defensive end creating multiple turnovers and having active hands, and also showing flash with his vision in the open court. Also knocked down the open shots when available. He was tough and active all game long.
2021 5’11 John Nepa
Nepa was one of the top shooters at the camp as he played with great confidence on the court. Time after time, he stepped out from behind the arc and knocked down a three. The sharpshooter was deadly from the floor and will look to do the same this upcoming high school season.
2021 6’5 Aaron Oates
Oates earns a spot on the list due to his versatility and ability to be a mismatch on both ends of the floor. Oates has very good athleticism to go along with a non-stop motor. With his size, he can post up smaller defenders and rebound well but also step out and take bigger defenders off the bounce.
2021 6’1 Kavan Horton
Horton just makes winning plays. He has good size, has that quick-twitch handle to go along with his terrific vision, range, and efficient scoring. Just love his feel for the game and makes his team better when he is on the court.
2020 6’7 Trey Pittman
Pittman did what he usually does on the floor. Super productive on the court that plays with a tough mindset. He can stretch the floor with a solid shooting stroke but also has a tremendous touch. He plays fundamentally sound and is a competitor as well.