Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 7th Grade Top Performers Part 5

Anthony Seoage

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 displayed some of the top players in America. Here’s the final look at our top performers. 

Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp 7th Grade Top Performers Part 5 

Anthony Seoage Guard (New Jersey)- The complete floor general, Anthony has total confidence in his skills and has a unique feel for the game. He knows when to hit teammates or get a bucket himself. He specializes in setting the tempo and has one of the best spin moves I’ve seen in a while. He’s a true Spotlight vet.

Tyler Flowers Guard (Delaware)- This point guard was like a pit bull in battle. He was fierce when guarding the rock full court. On offense, he let the game come to him and dictated the flow. He’s a throwback point guard that really knows the game.

Cavin Moore Guard (New Jersey)- The tough guard from the Capital City brought his game to the Future Phenom Camp. It was first national camp experience but this youngster didn’t back down. He carved his way into the lane while finishing with grace. He stayed in attack mode challenged some of the best guards in the country. His confidence should grow even more this year on the circuit. 

Zachery Davis Forward (New Jersey)- Davis was a load to handle on the blocks. He has good foot work and a feathery touch when finishing. If he catches it on the perimeter don’t run up too quick or he’s capable of putting it on the deck and zipping past you. We like what we saw in this kid.

Isaiah Arnold Forward (Maryland)- A strong built forward that can be a beast inside but also possesses some perimeter skills. He impressed us when pushing the rock in transition while finishing the play with a no look pass. Now he needs to work on developing more of that wing game because that seems to be his spot on the high school level. 

Cameron Piggee Guard (New Jersey)- Piggee is primarily a bucket getter. He looks his best when getting into the lane and finishing in traffic. While some players are bashful in this environment Piggee on the other hand used it to be aggressive and make his name known.
Nolan Walden Guard (Pennsylvania)- This fresh face was super crafty with the rock. He doesn’t a problem breaking down any defender in his way. One way or the other he’s going to find himself in that lane. Keep an eye on this sleeper.
Hampton Sanders Guard (New Jersey)- Sanders really stood out in the atmosphere because he was a pass first point guard. I loved to drive and kick while also using the drive, draw and dish technique. He represented the Garden State to the fullest.