The Phenom Summer Havoc Session 1 and Session 2 have come and gone and college coaches had a chance to check out a ton of talent on display. There were several big names and big performances on display but we want to shed more light on players that have gone a little under the radar but could be a topic of discussion (or should be) for college coaches to start looking at more. Of course, there were several players that made a name for themselves but here are just a few that really stood out in my eyes.

2023 Walker Woodall (Wildcats): Man, Walker Woodall had the attention of our scouts, and he did it also in front of college coaches at the Summer Havoc. Woodall played so well this weekend that he walked away with an offer, but more could be looking his way. The 6'5 prospect was lighting it up from all over the court, displaying tremendous confidence with his outside shooting and his jumper, running the show on the offensive end, and showing his feel in finding his teammates. He had multiple 20+ point performances, including a 32-point outing in which he hit six 3-pointers. Woodall really opened up more eyes with his offensive feel and just how dangerous he can be on the court, which is why he should be one that college coaches start watching and taking notice of more.

2023 Micah Jones (Strong Center): Strong Center 2023 Hart was a hot topic for college coaches, getting a chance to watch a variety of talent. But the guard play from 5'11 Micah Jones really shined in the bright lights. Jones' ability to dictate the offense, create for himself, get into the paint and finish, make plays for himself and others, be a consistent threat in scoring, and also be a strong, scrappy presence on the defensive end was impressive. The guard is a high-IQ playmaker on the floor and really elevated his play in the bright lights at the Summer Havoc. If you want more on what our guys saw, check out Bendels Best here: Click Here

2023 Bryson Davis (Team United): The Mallard Creek guard is one that at times gets overlooked but his play at the Summer Havoc, leading Team United to a strong showing, helped remind everyone that he is one that college coaches should look at. Again, he is coming off a high school season in which he averaged 17ppg, 3.8rpg, and 5.2apg and brought that same presence at the Havoc. Davis is a leader on the court, plays with a strong built, creates and makes plays, finishes strong through contact, can knock down open shots, and really applies strong pressure on the defensive end. He consistently posted double-digit outings but was the clear leader for this group that plays tough and strong on the court.

2023 Keaton Tait (Zaytoven Elite): Zaytoven was a new program for us at Phenom Hoops and is one that college coaches should be looking at overall. But the one player that consistently caught my eyes personally was '23 6'5 Keaton Tait. First off, loved his strong, physical mentality on the court; one that comes out to prove himself and plays with a chip on his shoulder. But as far as his game, he is a versatile prospect that can operate in several positions, was able to put the ball on the deck and score but also battle in the paint with touch and on the boards. Good athleticism, competitor, and brings a good presence on both ends of the court.