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.

2025 5’2 Isaac Ellis

Ellis was feeling it on the floor to end the day, knocking down shots all over the court and from deep.  It is what he does best but you also have to like his ability to communicate with his team, constantly trying to get open, and is simply tough.

2022 6’9 Deante Green

Green continued where he left off at the Phenom WNC 150, where he won MVP honors.  With his size and versatility, along with his range, Green is looking to have a HUGE season this year.  You can really see that he has been putting in work is developing his outside game.

2020 6’1 Angel Torres

Torres competed at an incredibly high level and his pull-up jumper was flowing today at the camp.  Time and time again, he made opponents pay if they gave him just a little bit of room.  He also was crafty enough, changing pace and playing physical when he attacked.

2021 6’9 Jordan McInnis

The forward brings intrigue to the floor with his size and outside jumper.  McInnis ran the floor well, finished strong, and hit quite a few jumpers throughout the day.  One to certainly keep an eye on down the road.

2023 5’10 Caleb Senyo

Senyo is a quiet guard but plays hard, smart, and within the offense.  He makes the right reads, plays with a smooth feel, and can quietly put up points.  Just an overall effective guard that still is young and learning his potential.

2023 5’11 Brandon Minton

Another young guard to keep an eye on but he already has solid size and has that early confidence to pull up from deep and be a threat.  He also displayed a great understanding of how to attack but also distribute.  He competed hard today and is just another young guard to keep an eye on.  Time and time again, he pushed the ball very well and hit the open three.