Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top Performers Part 5

Bryson Wilson

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 gave us a chance to check out some fresh faces and usual suspects. Here’s Part 5 of our top performers. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top Performers Part 5

Bryson Wilson Forward (Washington, DC)- Wilson is a strong legit wing scorer that’s powerful when attacking or slashing. But his versatility comes in because he’s willing to stick in head inside and rebound. Be careful if you catch Bryson in transition because he has above the prowess and will bang it. I see him game transitioning to a full-time wing.

Mason Piorkowski Guard (New Jersey)- I assume that many campers saw Mason across the court and thought he was a piece of cake until the ref threw the ball up. What Piorkowski lacks in size he makes up with skill and heart. His game is tailor made for the camp setting. He thrives in the wide-open style of beating defenders off the bounce with a crafty handle and dropping look away passes. He looked good in the pick and roll because when the help defender backed off he could hit the jumper. Finally, when shot blockers though they had him figure he used crafty moves with both hands to finish at the tin.
Jeremiah Jenkins Guard (Massachusetts)- Wow this was my first view of Jenkins and I was very impressed. He has a lot of boogie on his game while beating defenders with ease. His drive, draw and dish game were on full display. The fact that he loved to drop dimes helped his game really stand out. I admire a guard that stays in attack mode and Jenkins certainly wears that tag. Finally, please don’t get it twisted he can also get bucket when needed.
Tyleel Hall Guard (New York)- Hall is a quiet assassin because he lets his game do the talking. He has a slick handle and clever passes. He loves the stage and wasn’t afraid to take the clutch shot or pull up at any time. The Big Apple has a nice developing guard in Hall.
Isaiah Arnold Guard (Maryland)- Similar to Devon Johnson, Arnold is a power guard with strong moves when driving downhill. He has a true scorers’ mentality and supreme body control. On defense he’s quick enough to stay in front of defenders and strong enough to guard bigger forwards.