At the beginning of each new year, Phenom Hoops works to assemble a series of articles centered around unsigned senior prospects. Last season, dozens of players from West Virginia went on to play at the Division I, II, III or NAIA levels, and that number looks likely to continue increasing with the current senior class. Typically, we take a closer look at guys who are overlooked and underrated, and today's edition will highlight Cameron Stitt of Beckley Prep.

The appeal with Stitt should be pretty self-explanatory, as with any player who stands 6-foot-8 with athleticism and inside-out versatility. He naturally causes matchup problems for opponents, given his ability to post-up smaller guys while torching bigger ones along the perimeter. Stitt is capable of actively toggling between forward positions, given the matchup or overall lineup need. He possesses great fluidity and runs the floor very well in transition. Stitt moves well to contain opponents on the perimeter and can block a ton of shots as a weak-side defender. Though it's been stated that he causes matchup problems, but he also can score in a variety of different ways. He can spot-up, post-up, take opponents off the dribble, or operate from the high post, which arguably makes him even more appealing at the next level. 

We've see Stitt throughout his progression over the years, including at our most recent Tennessee 150 Camp, where we stated: 'Moving onto a player that was quite possibly the most consistently dominant performer at camp, Cameron Stitt. He's a long, wiry, incredibly high-level offensive forward with the ability to space the floor as well as any player of his size. Stitt has quality athleticism and a mobile frame, which complements his shooting stroke nicely and makes him an absolute nightmare for opponents to contain. He handles the ball and is a capable passer, but also has sharp defensive tendencies and forces turnovers from the interior and perimeter. Next in his development process is working to add strength, as it would make him even more physically imposing as an interior presence. Coach Whitmore on Stitt: 'Cam did good work today! His ability to stretch the floor is terrific. He can work on developing his upper body strength this off-season to maximize his potential. I wish him the best of luck this season!' Stitt was pretty dominant during camp, securing the camp MVP with relative ease, and giving us a preview of what to expect throughout the upcoming season.'

Right now, Stitt is actually much different from most of our unsigned seniors, as his recruitment contains nearly a dozen Division I offers. His list includes ECU, Middle Tennessee, UNCG, Oklahoma State, Stetson, Robert Morris, Akron, Alabama A&M, Mount Saint Mary's, and High Point. He will have a strong variety to choose from and should ultimately be successful wherever he should end up.