Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Michigan's Towns Headed To Future Phenom Camp!

Jakary Towns

Jakary Towns made a name for himself at the Future Phenom Camp two years ago and has been on the national radar since. The Grand Rapids, MI resident is considered one of the best playmakers in the country and currently #20 on our national rankings. Towns will be bringing his talent to a loaded Class of 2023. 

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp will be loaded this summer. Don’t miss your chance to bang against the best. Register early because a sellout will be on the way. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

Moody Park Summer League Top Performers (Middle School Division)

Freddie Young Jr

The Moody Park Summer League is underway and Basketball Spotlight stepped on the court yesterday. We got a chance to check out the middle school division and here are the top performers we saw. 

Moody Park Summer League Top Performers 

Freddie Young Jr. Guard (YSU Elite)- Young is the talk of the Mercer County area of the rising frosh. The smooth combo guard proved why yesterday. He scores with from all three levels and makes it look easy. I love the way he flows in transition while either dropping a dime or finishing himself. He led his team with 12 markers as they cruised to the victory.


Dameon Samuels Guard (YSU Elite)- The lefty compliments Samuels well. He runs the floor and finishes with ease. He also has developed some play making skills of his own in terms of breaking down defenders and dropping dimes.
Brandon Hendryx Forward (YSU Elite)- Hendryx is more mobile than his younger days and showed soft hands on the blocks. Since his team used the transition game often he didn’t get many touches but we could still see his effectiveness.
Terrell Pitts Guard (Latimer’s Construction)- Pitts scoring prowess was on full display yesterday and when you add in that he’s only a rising 8th Grader we might have something here. He used his size to be hard to contain in the open floor and half court situations. He has some wiggle in his game and ability to finish. He tallied 16 markers in the win.
Doug Evans Jr Guard (Latimer’s Construction)- Pitts’s teammates Evans also tallied 16 markers while scoring from all three levels. He has a smoothness about his game and showed some instincts of a play maker. I like the body control he shows when avoiding shot blockers and to get his shot off in traffic.
Gabe Mitchell-White Guard (Latimer’s Construction)- Mitchell-White is another rising 8th Grader that caught my eye. He’s more of a point guard than scorer. I like how he got all his scoring teammates involved and seemed to enjoy doing it. He another one we will be keeping a close eye on.
Kahzir Brown Guard (Team Wilkins)- Brown brought the energy and effectiveness on both ends of the floor. I like how he attacked the hole and was also able to hit the pull up jumper. His release point is a little low but that should develop as he gets stronger. On defense he was a hawk in the passing lanes and even chased down an opponent for a block.
Amar Lane Forward (Kelcher and Associates)- With some hard work this lanky forward could be the best prospect I saw yesterday. The rising 8th Grader stands about 6’4 with a serious wing span. He’s still developing his game and is not even scratching the surface of his potential. Stay tuned on Lane.

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

James Prescott Presence Will Be Felt At Future Phenom Camp!

James Prescott

James Prescott has made a name for himself down in the Virginia for years. We recently saw him at a Showcase in Ohio and love the way he plays the game. He’s a strong guard that plays the game physically with a combination of skill. Now he has decided to bring his game to the big stage at the Future Phenom Camp August 26th and 27th in Boyd, MD. 

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp is loaded with talent so make sure you register early because it will sellout. Stay tuned as we bring you more top prospects that will be heading to Maryland at the end of August. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Monday, June 26, 2017

Cameron Gillus Returns To The Future Phenom Camp!

Cameron Gillus

Cameron Gillus has been a star at the Future Phenom Camp for the past two years. Now the fabulous Maryland product will be returning to the Future Phenom Camp in Maryland to once again prove he’s one of the best guards in the country. He is currently ranked the #13 player in the country and has a chance to move up. The 6th Grader is currently playing in a varsity summer league in the DMV area. 

 Gillus will be joining some of the other stars around the country at the Future Phenom Camp August 26th and 27th. Stay tuned as we bring you more top stars coming to the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp. Make sure register fast because the sellout is eminent. 

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Friday, June 23, 2017

Jerry Easter Jr. Returning To Future Phenom Camp!

Jerry Easter Jr. has been a national name since he started playing basketball. Two summers ago he destroyed the Future Phenom Camp with his play and now rocks with the loaded Blue Chips. Easter will be returning to the Future Phenom Camp to show why he’s rated as one of the top 5th Graders in the country. 

Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you more top prospects coming to the Future Phenom Camp. Don’t wait too long to register because it might be too late. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

Tyler Hawkins Returning To Future Phenom Camp!

Tyler Hawkins

Last summer Tyler Hawkins put the country on notice with a spectacular performance at the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp. The dynamic point guard will be returning to test his game against some of the top players in the country. Tyler looks forward to returning to the Future Phenom Camp “I’m returning for the high level completion and training. Basketball Spotlight gives you the best coverage with write-ups and videos” finished Hawkins. 

Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight will bring you more top prospects that will be attending the Future Phenom Camp. The Future Phenom Camp will be returning August 26th and 27th in Boyd, Maryland.  CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Spotlight Alums Crash ESPN Class of 2018 Rankings

Marvin Bagley Still #1

ESPN dropped their Class of 2018 Top 100 Rankings and Basketball Spotlight Alums rocked the list. 9 of the Top 16 players have Basketball Spotlight roots. We would like to congratulate all the players that made the list and wish them the best the rest of the way. 

1. Marvin Bagley (Arizona)- No surprise Bagley was the consensus #1 since entering high school and should stay in this spot the rest of the way. He rocked in the Spotlight AC Showcase with the loaded WACG All Stars.


3. Cameron Reddish (Pennsylvania)- Yes “The Prince” as we called seems to a King now as he is currently #3 in the country. He rocked on the Spotlight circuit with Team Final and has proven to be one of the best in America.
6. Moses Brown (New York)- Brown has made the biggest jump since middle school as he grow to 7’0 feet tall and has taken his game to another level. Brown began his Spotlight career with KSK before ending up with New Heights.
7. Nazi Reid (New Jersey)- Checks in at #7 and its well-deserved as has been killing this spring. Reid has been a national star since beginning his Spotlight career with the NJ Shore Shots, then KSK before finishing up with the Supreme Team.
9. Simisola Shittu (Canada)- Coming in at #9 is Simi Shittu, he entered the Spotlight with CIA Bounce and put on a show. He’s name has continued to ring bells on the high school circuit. He’s one of the most dominant forces on the high school scene.
11. Darius Garland (Tennessee)- One of the most entertaining guards I saw over the years. He’s grown to 6’2 and continues to play at an extremely high level. He rocked at the Spotlight AC Showcase with the famed WACG All Stars.
14. Immanuel Quickley (Maryland)- Quickley starred at the Spotlight Clash For A Cup for Baltimore Elite and put on a show. He has since starred on the high school level and as you can see is rated one of the top guards in America.
15. Jahvon Quinerly (New Jersey)- The Spotlight Player of the Year with Team IZOD in 8th Grade checks in at #15 and has been destroying the comp all summer. He has truly took his game to another level after leaving high school. He's truly a special player.
16. Louis King (New Jersey)- King was also part of the loaded Supreme Team during his Spotlight days. The smooth wing crashed the Top 20 rankings after a stellar spring with Team Final. Now he’s playing like a stud.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

#1 Elijah Fisher Headed To Future Phenom Camp!

Elijah Fisher

Elijah Fisher is rated as the #1 6th Grader in the country and will be making another appearance at the Future Phenom Camp. Last summer is dominated the camp and finished as the top player and prospect in the building. Fisher is the next highly rated player from Canada which included recently Tyler Ennis, Andrew Wiggins and RJ Barrett. 

Stay tuned Basketball Spotlight brings you more top prospects that will be attending the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp in Boyd, Maryland August 26th and 27th. Don’t wait too long to register because a sellout is eminent. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Justice Williams Headed To Future Phenom Camp!

Justice Williams

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp commitments are trying to roll in as super guard Justice Williams will be in the building. The PA native recently won the Mr. Memorial Day Award at the Basketball Spotlight MDC while helping the Hilltoppers Heat won the Gold Ball. 

Williams is ranked as one of the top guards in America and his attendance should only raise his stock. Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight will give you more commitments for the Future Phenom Camp. Can you handle Justice Williams? Make sure your register early because a sellout is imminent.