2022 Zeke Cannedy (Team HOPE 2022): Cannedy had himself a game on Day 2 of the Phenom G3 Showcase. He really gave us a glimpse of his entire game, stretching the floor with his perimeter shooting (knocking down five 3-pointers), but also creating separation inside or getting to the line. He was aggressive all game long and really came up big in a narrow win. Impressive game when needed.
2022 6’5 Lenier Pocknett (WBC Elite Aria Paris): Pocknett brings that physical presence to the floor, not afraid to play against or bring contact to the floor but was also strong down low in the paint and on the boards and create opportunities for himself. Even though he was more of a downlow presence for WBC, he still stepped up nicely to knock down a few three’s as well.
2022 Luke Krawcyzk (Mint Hill Lakers): Krawcyzk is one to continue to watch as you can see that he has taken noticeable steps in his game. The forward continues to excel in pick and pop situations, really stretching the floor and causing a tough matchup for other bigs but is only getting strong with his presence and feel down low in the paint.
2024 Lewis Walker (CP3): Walker is going to be a popular name in the class of 2024 if he continues to show the production he has this spring and summer. Walker is quite nimble for his size and moves well without the ball but also works and battles to create for himself. He continues to be a constant threat with his scoring power and it will be interesting to see how much more he grows and develops.
2023 Arturo Overton (Carolina Pressure): Nothing like watching a smaller guard knife his way through a defense but that is what Overton did on quite a few occasions. He is a speedy guard and picks his spots to attack well and knows how to finish among bigger defenders.
2024 Iverson King (Team Curry): Of course there is going to be intrigue with a 6’6 2024 prospect with the skillset that King possesses early on. When you watch his game, he has a really nice early blend of length and athleticism, with an excellent feel in picking his spots. Add on top his ability to knock down jumpers or get to the rim, King is looking to have a bright future ahead of him.
2022 Tucker Johnson (NLPB): Johnson was a man-child today on Day 2 of the Phenom G3 Showcase. But that really isn’t a surprise as he showed that during his high school season this season and continuing that this weekend. He leaves it all out on the court, outworking others down low, bringing tremendous strength and power, and also blocking multiple shots. Really impressive play today.
2022 Mykol Sanchez (North Florida Elite): Sanchez really stepped up on Day 2 as the 6’5 prospect finished with a big 27 points to end his day and they needed every point from him. But what he offers on the court is versatility, shot-making, and plays with a great sense of energy, something coaches absolutely would love to have.