Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 Top Performers Part 2

TJ Robinson (New Jersey)

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 presented us with some of the top baby ballers in the country. Here’s Part 2 of our top performers from this grade level. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 Top Performers Part 2 

TJ Robinson Guard (New Jersey)- The explosive southpaw showed up in District Heights, MD to wreak havoc and he did just that. The relentlessly attacked defenders in the half court set and especially in the open floor. He scored at will but also showed he could drop some dimes to teammates. He spent this past season playing up in grade level and it showed at the Future Phenom Camp.

Daveyon Lynder Guard (Maryland)- Lynder exploded on the national scene at the Phenom Camp last summer. He returned this year and once again put in that work. His ball handling is clever and he has the instinct to see the game steps ahead of competitors. He plays either guard role good but will ultimately become a floor general. He has a natural feel for the game that can’t be taught.
Mekhi Caldwell Guard (Delaware)- Caldwell plays the game with supreme confidence. He has crazy bounce in his game especially when attacking off the dribble. He can hit the pull up jumper or score from a catch and shoot position. This kid has a lot of bounce in his game.
Su-Meer Alleyne Guard (Pennsylvania)- Alleyne caught my eye early with the smoothness of his game and his scoring prowess. He attacks the rim with a slick handle and possesses a mean floater and body control at the rim. He was able to get buckets often and abundantly.
Lawrence Brown Guard (Maryland)- Brown gets rid of defenders with a low dribble and serious crossover. Once he gets to the second layer of defense he uses a floater or pull up to get buckets. He did a good job being a 4th Grader playing in the 5th Grade division.
Donte Gladden Forward (Maryland)- Gladden is quicker than he appears. He isn’t afraid to put the rock on the deck or launch treys from very deep. He has enough craftiness his game to dribble past defenders before making a play.
Anthony Saunders Guard (Maryland)- Saunders plays both ends of the floor with passion. On offense he spent the weekend in attack mode by creating dribble drives that either finished with buckets or dimes. On defense he was a hawk on the floor for the entire 94 feet, harassing ball handlers and forcing turnovers.