The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 featured some of the best prospects in the entire event. Here is Part 1 of our top Performers.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 Top Performers Part 1
Donovan Freeman Forward (New Jersey)- Freeman was perhaps one of the best overall prospects in attendance. The lanky forward showed is full arsenal including an improved perimeter game. He’s putting it on the deck better, making plays and extending range on his outside shot. Defensively his wing span allows him to block shots and play the passing lanes. This kid upside can be scary.
Dylan Seay Forward (New Jersey)- Speaking of improving this Jersey Shore product has taken his game to another level. None previously as a sharp shooter Seay has added some driving and play making to his arsenal. I like how he can get the rebound and push the rock himself. I also like his mid-range game and ability to operate around the tin. I look forward to seeing him on the Spotlight circuit this year.
Dwayne Snead Guard (Pennsylvania)- The southpaw was in search of making a national and I think he reached his goal. The floor general has a silky-smooth handle and nice court vision. When he’s driving if the shot blockers back off he will drop a nice floater over you. I like the confidence he showed in this intense atmosphere.
Samir Thomas Guard (New Jersey)- I first I didn’t recognize Thomas because he’s grown many inches from last summer. This improved height can be seen in his game also. He now can pass and shoot easily over defenders. When he’s attacking the basket he’s good at using body control and absorbing contact. Thomas can score with the best of them.
Kabrian Goss Guard (New Jersey)- Goss returned to the Future Phenom Camp with a vengeance. Last summer he didn’t make our rankings or the AGame All American Game. This time around the point guard flourished. Goss possesses a tight handle and good passing skills. His jump shot also has improved. On defense he’s a ball hawk the full 94 feet.
Chance Mallory Guard (Maryland)- Mallory won the 3-point contest but he also showed he could drive the rock and score in traffic. He’s quicker than he looks and has a deceptive handle. Now back to his range, this kid can shoot it from the cheap seats and wasn’t afraid to pull it from anywhere.