Always, Phenom Hoops platform is exposure. The NC Phenom 150 brings out the players as well as the scouts and coaches to watch. Many players have started their stories and broken out at this camp

One of the great features of the Spring NC Phenom 150 exposure camp is the amount of unsigned seniors who come. Their season is over and they need exposure in order to get to the next level. There are always some good ones, which is great as we had around 20 coaches who showed up to watch these players.

Here are some of the standouts that college coaches need to take immediate notice of.

6'7' Amiri Waddell
Concord 1st Assembly (Concord, NC)

One of the most offensively versatile players the camp has seen. He led the camp with 30 points per game and showed that he could do it at all 3 levels. Waddell is a sturdy 6'7' forward, he rebounds the ball well and can push the break to finish at the rim. Right now he carries a Queens offer and should be picking up many more offers to come.

6'6' Josh Woodard
West Brunswick HS (Supply, NC)

Woodard has great size and a skill set to go along with it. He can shoot the ball well and is able to handle it all the way up the floor and get his team into sets. Woodard is very strong and has the ability to produce across the board. Woodard carries interest from the likes of Fayetteville State, Mt Olive, Francis Marion and others. That interest should start turning into offers soon.

6'5' Jordan Warlick
Dutch Fork (Irmo, SC)

Warlick is a jack of all trades type guard. He fits into numerous roles with his ability to pass, shoot and handle the ball. Warlick has a great skill set to go along with good length and natural IQ. His aunt is the head coach at University of Tennessee, so he comes by his skill set naturally. He is getting interest from Hampden Sydney and others along those lines. He should have his choice of schools, this one can play.

5'10' Josiah Rawlings
Hopewell HS (Charlotte, NC)

Of the 200 kids who were at camp, Rawlings was far and away the most explosive. The 5'10' guard plays like he has been shot out of a cannon. During warm ups he did multiple behind the back and between the legs dunks. Somehow, a kid this physically blessed is falling beneath the radar, he is a competitive athlete.

6'6' Jerrell Springer
Desert Pines HS (Las Vegas)

Springer flew in from Vegas to show that he is a legitimate prospect. Well, he showed that he is. Springer is a 6'6' wing who is a supreme athlete who has potential has a lock down defender. Springer carries Division 1 offers from Pacific and Grand Canyon and is getting more and more looks by the day. He is a high upside as a lock down wing, in the mold of a Kyle Weaver.