In the western part of North Carolina and in one of the best facilities in the state at Cherokee high school, Phenom Hoops got a chance to see some of the best talents around the area.

Players came out to develop, be coached, and showcase their talent at a high level and it didn't disappoint, as it was one of the top camps we have had this year.' With our national scouts on the baseline, here are a few players that really caught the eyes of our scouts.

2025 5'8 Eli Ellis

A young but talented guard, especially on the offensive end.' He understands how to get defenders going either way, find the open spots, and get his shot off incredibly quick.' Any shot as well is in range for this young man.' Ellis showcased why he may be considered one of the best scorers for his class.

2020 6'1 Mitchell Wike

One thing about these camps is that players can stand out in multiple ways.' Wike absolutely caught our eyes and his coaches with his energy and defensive capabilities.' He was all over the court, creating havoc for opponents in one-on-one situations, as well in help situations.

2024 5'6 Asher Brown

When looking at his frame, one wouldn't think he would be in the class of 2024.' Already a strong prospect for his age, he has that body to play bully ball and get defenders off of him.' In his second game, he was scoring at will in an array of ways.' He has a surprising craft to his game.

2025 5'8 Anthony 'Ty' Gasper

Ty has a great feel to his game at such an early level.' He looked to get open in transition and he displayed a fantastic quick-twitch instinct on the floor.' All-day long, he made plays on the court.' Scoring the ball, finding his teammates, and playing a great motor on the court.' Still a ton of room to get stronger and work on his overall game, but this young man has the tools to be a very good guard in the coming years.

2023 6'0 Cade Corbett

Corbett was active all game long, helping on defense as well as moving well around the paint on offense.' Active all around the floor, Corbett had a great feel for the game and his movement without the ball really helped him find those small openings, making himself available.' Corbett was also one of the more active players on the boards.

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