Jaquan Harris was known as the little brother of Jamir “Terminator” Harris but after the Future Phenom Camp he made his own mark. He helped his team win the camp championship while finishing ranked #3 in the camp and appeared in the AGame All American Game! Check out his view from the Future Phenom Camp.
My Future Phenom Camp Experience Feat: Jaquan Harris
BS: What was your mindset coming into the camp?
JH: My mindset coming into the camp was to make a name for myself and show the people watching who I was and I could hold my own.
BS: How did you like the drill session?
JH: The drill session was better than I expected and every coach at every station knew what they talking about. It wasn’t just a station to rush us to the games. They were correcting us and encouraging us to do more reps.
BS: Who was the best player you faced at the Future Phenom Camp?
JH: The biggest challenged I had was when I played against Jalen Duren who is 6’8. I just made sure I fronted him at all times and tried to deny him the ball. It was the most tiring game we had.
BS: What was your favorite aspect of the camp?
JH: My favorite aspect of the camp was definitely the games. I’m a huge competitor so if there is something I could lose at I’m all in. Each game was a good game and my team and I had chemistry and we jelled throughout the weekend.
BS: How does the Future Phenom Camp stack up against other camps you have attended?
JH: The Future Phenom Camp was my first big camp. It was a great experience and something I will always remember.
BS: Give me one word to describe the Future Phenom Camp.