Phenom Hoops hit the road for another weekend of basketball, this time, heading to Tennessee to check out some intriguing talent the state and surrounding areas have.
We had an array of players come to the event, playing at all levels and looking to compete. Phenom Hoops had our national scouts on deck as well and these are a few players that caught our eyes today in Kingsport, Tennessee.
2022 7’3 Bol Kuir (Hurricane HS, WV)
It is hard not to notice a 7’3 prospect but it was the little things that caught the eye early on. He used his length incredibly well and has a nice, soft touch around the rim. He seems to understand how to post up, use his wingspan, and moves very well. He still has a ton of growing and developing but this kid as the tools to be a big-time prospect.
2021 6’0 Brevin Klym (Franklin HS)
Klym came out early and showcased a very confident shooting stroke, especially from three. His ability to spot up for his shot and his release is incredibly smooth, Klym impressed early on that he was one to watch at the camp.
2020 6’5 Robertas Jonaitas (Beckley Prep)
This young man may have had the best bounce in the camp. With his 6’5 frame, he literally looks like he can glide through the air and is tremendous in the open floor. He also has the quick second bounce, which allows him to create second-chance opportunities. Time and time again, fans got a chance to see him flying through the air and looking to put someone on a poster.
2020 6’5 Lucas Jenkins (Mountain Heritage)
Incredibly tough, physical guard. He looks and searches for contact, looking to power his way to the rim. He didn’t back down from anyone and that can be said on both ends of the floor. Really liked the confidence and mentality that he came in with.
2021 6’2 Max Rogers (Asheville Christian Academy)
Rogers is continuing where he left off at the Phenom WNC 150. Strong guard that can play with or off the ball, is always active and finding his spot and continuing to knock down open jumpers. Love how he competes on the floor.