This coming weekend, Phenom Hoop Report will be hosting their first inaugural Spring Hoops Fest at Proehlific Park in Greensboro, North Carolina. Over 100 teams (14U-17U) from across the Mid-Atlantic will be making their way to Tournament Town to showcase their talents to a plethora of college coaches, scouts, and passionate fans. This is a LIVE period event, so expect an atmosphere unlike any other. Trust us folks; you don't want to miss this action. One player to keep a close eye on heading into the weekend' Unsigned senior Mac Brydon.

Mac Brydon

CLASS:'2016 (Unsigned Senior)

HIGH SCHOOL TEAM:'Carmel Christian (Matthews, NC)

AAU PROGRAM:'PSB Select Unsigned Seniors

THOUGHTS ON BRYDON:

THE BIG MAC ATTACK! Mac Brydon is one of North Carolina's most intriguing prospects in the 2016 class. Standing at 6'10', this 275+ pound bulldozer continuously makes his name known every time he steps foot on the floor. When we first got a look at this kid a few years back, we immediately knew he was destined for eventual success. Brydon is the type of player all coaches dream of having on their roster. He isn't exactly the flashiest player, and doesn't necessarily have that 'wow' factor, but he hustles, works hard, and has a true passion for the game of basketball. Who wouldn't want to take a chance on a kid like this'

After watching Brydon perform on numerous occasions throughout the course of the year, it's definitely safe to say this kid has what it takes to compete at the next level. Offensively, Brydon is a double-double machine. Board after board, put-back after put-back, this brute always finds a way to get the job done. Big Mac has soft touch, great hands, and surprisingly impressive footwork for a kid his size. Whenever he receives the rock in the post, defenders immediately know he's about to take control. Along with an extremely high basketball IQ, the Carmel Christian product is also an efficient ball distributor and rebounder. Defensively, Brydon is just as solid. His large frame and toughness make him an opponent's nightmare deep in the trenches. Did we forget to mention he has a 4.0+ GPA' WOW.

After an impressive season with his Carmel Christian squad, Brydon managed to reel in an offer from Mercer and interest from several other low-major programs. With the proper dedication and slight improvement to his overall game, we wouldn't be surprised to see this hoss bullying the competition in the coming years. We are beyond excited to what the future has in store for 'The Mac Attack.' Look for this guy to put on a show in the 'boro this weekend.