Phenom Hoop Report made its way back to Greensboro, NC for another great event, the Stay Positive Live tournament. As always, tons of talent was in the gym, a regular occurrence when Phenom comes to town.

Phenom Hoop Report made its way back to Greensboro, NC for another great event, the Stay Positive Live tournament. As always, tons of talent was in the gym, a regular occurrence when Phenom comes to town. Some of the talent that stood out is as follows:

Jordan Marsh, 5'7 G with CP3 2022 – Jordan is a small guard with stupid handles on him. This is the type of kid that can dribble around you in a phone booth while picking your pocket and making a collect call at the same time. He showed the jumper to along with the speed and handles too, a necessity going forward if he does not grow much more. Has the look and feel of a pg that will generate his share of looks as he moves through his high school years. Almost impossible to rip this kid off the dribble.

Josh Reeves, 6' G with Spectrum Elite – Kid got loose in the 2nd half of his game today knocking down 3's like Homer Simpson does donuts. He has a quick release and no conscious when it comes to letting it fly. Catch and shoot is his game but he also showed the ability to pull up quick and nail the jumper this way as well. Kid has some toughness to him as well though so you can't make the mistake in thinking he is one dimensional. Kid is a gamer, and he came here to play.

Jordan Hunter, 6'2 G with Team Winston White – Love the energy this kid plays the game with. You can tell when he is out on the floor that he just loves playing the game and that can e infectious. He has a great motor on him and seems to be in on every play. He is slender but bouncy and looks more like athlete than player at this time but any kid that plays this hard has to find a spot out on the floor. No coach ever wants to have to coach effort, with Jordan we can't ever see this being an issue.

Cletus Smith, 6'4 F with Team Winston Blue – For starters, how can we not write up a name like Cletus' Kid has a cool name and a game to go with it. Playing mostly in the paint he showed the ability to score on a variety of moves. His size indicates a move out to the wing and from all accounts he has the athletic ability to play out there but his game is more suited to that of a power role. We would have loved to have seen him more in the mid-range to better gauge the range but even without this we feel good about where he is at as a prospect.

Robby Williams, 5'7 G with Blue Gold – We love shooters so when a 5'7 dude walks in the gym and just starts knocking them down you know we take notice. Despite the lack of ideal size Robby shows no fear or hesitation out on the floor. He has the ability to pull at any time, from anywhere, and at the blink of an eye. Range is limited only to his imagination. Not sure how many chances he will get at the next level due to his size but, anyone looking for a shooter could do worse.