Tuesday, September 23, 2014
My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Zahree “Boy Wonder” Harrison (Pennsylvania)
Nicknamed “Boy Wonder” Zahree Harrison is a well-traveled basketball player. He has been to camps, tournaments and showcase events all over the country. He’s never afraid to be his game and name on the line against other top players. His last stop was the Future Phenom Camp. We talked to his about his time in District Heights, Maryland and here’s what he had to say.
My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Zahree “Boy Wonder” Harrison
BS: What was your mindset going into the camp?
ZH: I wanted to show everyone I could be a true point guard. In the past I’ve shown I could score the ball but now I’m trying to concentrate on running a team and getting my teammates involved. I’m just trying to make everyone better.
BS: How did you like the drill session?
ZH: It was great because we learned a lot of new things but also competitive. It gave us a chance to really get at it.
BS: Who was the best player you faced at the Future Phenom Camp?
ZH: I would say AJ Hoggard because this was his first time playing in our age group and he was dominant. He showed that his basketball IQ is on a very high level.
BS: What was your favorite aspect of the camp?
ZH: The games, especially playing with Jaden Springer. I loved just feeding him the ball and watching him go to work. I enjoyed that a lot.
BS: How does the Future Phenom Camp stack up against other camps you have attended?
ZH: It’s right up there, it had the talent, competition and good drills. Also it was close to home so my family and friends were able to watch me play.
BS: Give me one word to describe the Future Phenom Camp.
Stay tuned as Basketball Spotlight brings you the Future Phenom Camp Experience from more top players.