#166 6’7 2019 Nate Dunlop: Augusta Christian School

This is Dunlop’s 3rd camp of the fall and each time he’s shown a different part of his offensive arsenal.  It’s well known that he can shoot the ball with deep range and finish above the rim, but what he showed myself and many others today is his ability to create offense off the bounce while still keeping his eyes up to find cutters and shooters when he’s attacking.  He holds offers from Navy and American, expect that list to grow cause he’s a special talent.

#106 6’4 2021 Blane St Clair: Watauga High School

St Clair does a really good job attacking mismatches using his size and mobility to create space around the basket.  He’s super fluid in transition and is more than capable of creating offense in the half-court, finding efficient shots and capitalizing.  He looks like he’s going to grow a few more inches so looking at a 6’6 wing prospect, St Clair appears to be a sure fire scholarship level kid.

#85 6’3 2019 George Jones: Pamlico

Jones attacks the game with a pure winning attitude and it’s a major reason why the entire Phenom staff loves him as a player.  He’s willing to do whatever his team needs him to do in order to come away with a W.  He’s best suited off the ball on the wing and does a great job moving without the ball in his hands and often gets rewarded with easy baskets, he can create if you need him to and does an awesome job on the defensive end guarding either of the backcourt spots.  He’s a superb athlete that really knows how use his strength to his advantage as well.  A bonafide scholarship level kid.

#142 6’4 2020 Tyler McKinney: Asheville Christian

We saw a lot of McKinney with Team Vision over the summer and he’s continued along his current path and is now showing flashes of being a flat out star.  He’s incredibly shifty with the ball in his hands, always looking to get to the basket.  He’s going to take on a major scoring role for Asheville Christian this year and it looks like he should have a really productive season, hopefully boosting his recruiting stock in a major way.