This past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Summer Havoc at the Rock Hill Sports and Events Center in downtown Rock Hill, South Carolina. There was a ton of basketball between the two sessions and four total days of action, which presented college coaches of all levels to get out and evaluate prospective talent. There were numerous standouts, and multiple were actually unsigned seniors who are still readily available. Let's take a closer look…

6'4 Greg Moore (Team Passion)

After playing throughout the spring as an unsigned senior, it's unclear what college coaches are waiting for with Moore. Sure, he's skinny, but he's consistently added weight and expanded his game from being a shooter to a well-rounded player over the years. Moore is a useful passer, defender, and rebounder with the ability to operate as a creator or spot-up threat. He moves well without the ball and displays deep range on his jumper. There is certainly a place for him at the next level. 

6'7 Caleb Farrish (NC Gaters)

Probably the most coveted of those listed, Farrish already held various opportunities to further his game to the next level prior to the conclusion of the high school season. Regardless, he possesses the makings of a capable inside-out forward with length, rebounding ability, and the understanding of how to produce within a low-maintenance role. Farrish finishes well and knocks down shots at a useful percentage while also running the floor and altering shots defensively. He proved to be a definite difference-maker for the Gaters, especially on the glass, and should ultimately find his way to the college game.

6'3 Shawn Wilson (Team Hickory)

While everyone is able to acknowledge the fact that Wilson definitely embodies the traits of a college player, his recruitment doesn't seem to match the sentiment. Between his size, athleticism, and well-rounded skillset, it's difficult to understand why he isn't already preparing to join a program at the next level. Regardless, Wilson continued to showcase his ability to create for himself and others as a primary cog with Team Hickory. He utilizes his body well when attacking the basket and is capable of forcing turnovers at a solid rate. Though currently unsigned, Wilson will be playing college basketball sooner than later.