Monday, September 22, 2014

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat. Trey Patterson (New Jersey)

Trey Patterson used the Future Phenom Camp to make his debut into the Class of 2021. During the camp the 6’3 prospect showed an array of skills and potential. We got a chance to sit down with the Garden State baller and here’s what he had to say. 

My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat. Trey Patterson 

BS: What was your mindset entering the Future Phenom Camp? 
TP: Well I was excited to be playing against my new class and I wanted to prove that I was the best player in the country. 

BS: How did you like the drill session? 
TP: I loved the drill session because I was able to learn a lot and the drills were very competitive especially the one on one drill. 

BS: Who would you say was the best player you faced at the Future Phenom Camp? 
TP: It had to be Zion Harmon. He’s currently ranked as the top 6th grader in the country so I was happy to have a chance to play against him. He’s a very good guard. 

BS: What was your favorite aspect of the camp? 
TP: The games because we got a chance to play against some of the best players in the country. There was a lot of competition and talent at this camp. 

BS: How does the Future Phenom Camp stack up against other camps you attended? 
TP: I think it was the best because he learned good drills and the games were great. I would say it’s #1. 

BS: Give us one word to describe the Future Phenom Camp. 
TP: Competitive! 

Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you the Future Phenom Camp Experience from more top players.