Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top Performers Part 6

Precise Clark

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 6 of our top performers. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2023 Top Performers Part 6 

Precise Clark Forward (New York)- Standing 6’7 Clark possesses very soft hands and touch around the rim. He also commanded the boards on both ends of the floor. On defense he did his job of altering or blocking shots in his area. He’s still raw but his combination of height and weight cannot be denied.

Zane Adnan Guard (Maryland)- Zane is a slippery driver to the cup who also has mid-range shooting ability and can play either guard position. I also like his willingness to stick his head inside and grab a couple of rebounds when necessary.
Bryce Simmons Guard (New York)- Simmons played the point guard role for his team but is really more of a combo type. He can score the rock from all three levels but still showed the ability to get other players involved. His play making and scoring prowess led his team to a couple of victories.
James Lerner Guard (Virginia)- Lerner is a big body point guard that uses his size to shield defenders. He’s always dribbling with his head and making the correct decision with the rock. Defenders that run up on him too quickly tend to be shocked with he makes them look silly.
Ian Jackson Guard (New York)- Jackson is a sneaky prospect with bounce and scoring prowess. His wiry right now and hasn’t grown into his frame as of yet. His future looks very bright and we look forward to seeing him rock again.
Jalen Long Guard (Maryland)- Long is a good East Coast guard. He demonstrates good penetration skills and court vision. On defense he’s willing to guard the ball handler the full 94 feet. Good luck trying to stay in front of this kid when he driving.