The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn't mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event, and what is great is that this team will be back in action this weekend at the Phenom Hardwood Classic.
SW15H Elite, coached by Scott Wood, has been carving out a name for themselves this summer as they have been playing extremely well but also have very intriguing talent to watch out for.' This is why we wanted to dive more into a few names that should be all over radars for college coaches.
2025 Nathan Fife ' Coming off a strong high school season, Fife has only continued to play at a high level with this team. He is a smart player that can produce and fill it up consistently; he also is effective in getting to the line, can score and knock down shots from a variety of levels, and plays with a high IQ. Fife does a great job in playing at his own pace and is an effective perimeter shooter as well.
2025 Cash McSweeney ' McSweeney is a 6'8 skilled forward that continues to get better and better with each viewing. He displays the ability to step out and be a fluid operator from multiple levels, stretches the floor at his size but also has a great feel/touch around the basket. McSweeney also does a nice job on the glass, as he continues to develop nicely.
2025 Isaac Ericksen ' Ericksen really opened more eyes with his play and development, as he is a very intriguing prospect to keep an eye out for.' As a long, wiry 6'8 prospect, he does a tremendous job in being a matchup nightmare with his outside shooting, his ability to handle and create off the bounce, and use his size to his advantage. I expect more schools to get involved with him.
2025 AJ Gladieux ' He is a skilled combo guard that has the ability to make plays off the bounce, as well as be a knockdown shooter from the perimeter. With his shot-making ability, he can really open up an offense and is a great compliment player on the court.
These are just a few names that should have your attention but overall, SW15H Elite has been an impressive team and program so far this year and we expect things to only build with Coach Wood leading the charge.