Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class Of 2020 Top Performers (Fresh Faces) Part 2

Justin Lewis (Maryland)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2020 had a lot of talent. Now we will continue to our look into the fresh faces that have entered their first Basketball Spotlight event. 

Class Of 2020 Top Performers (Fresh Faces) Part 2 

Justin Lewis Forward (Maryland)- Lewis is a wiry hybrid forward that plays the inside role on both ends of the floor. He gets up and down like a deer and shows some tendency to want to put the ball on the floor. I loved his passion and size has such a young player. You can add a few more inches to this frame and he has a chance to be a prospect to talk about later. Reminds me of a young Amile Jefferson.

Ryan Conway Guard (Maryland)-It’s very hard to peg Conway because he has a guard’s size but rebounds and scores in traffic like a forward. This kid is as strong as an ox and uses it to this advantage. Once he gets his hands on the rock he uses superb body control to finish. On defense he takes pride in locking down opponents on and off the ball. 

RJ Davis Guard (New York)- Davis has a great concept for the game especially from a point guard position. He plays within himself and makes it his mission to make teammates better. The defense couldn’t speed him up or rattle this youngster. He’s a very focused guard that you will be hearing a lot from in the future. 

Darryl Preddy Forward (Maryland)- Preddy is a wing scorer that could be defined as a slasher. He shows good quickness when sipping through the defense and making his moves. I like the athleticism he shows at the cup especially in transition.

Jordan McPhatter Guard (North Carolina)- McPhatter is a sparkplug guard with a lot of spunk. He looks to get teammates involved and enjoys the role as a true point but we turn up the scoring in a hurry if needed. North Carolina has numerous players on the horizon and Jordan is one that's in the mix and should continue to make noise.

Garrott Ott-Large Forward (Indiana)- This kid forward is versatile because he can get it done inside or step to the perimeter to nail an outside shot. He uses his basketball IQ to negate the athleticism and quickness of most opponents. His play launched him caught the eyes of multiple media outlets. 

 Kyree Banks Guard (Maryland)- Banks is an energetic player on both ends but he showed me that he is also capable of picking his spots when attacking. He also showed that he can embrace the pure point guard role of driving, drawing and dishing the rock. On defense he pressures the rock for the full 94 feet. His passion cannot be hidden.