The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 featured some of the best prospects in the entire event. Here is Part 2 of our top Performers.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 Top Performers Part 2
Jahseem Felton Guard (North Carolina)- Felton plays the game with a purpose. The ultra-quick wing guard is a big-time finisher and fills the lane with the best of them. He was one of the most versatile players in the building capable of playing all 5 positions. He looks his best when he attacking off the dribble and using body control to finish. His wing span helps him out on defense playing the passing lanes and blocking shots. One of most impressive aspects is his ability to hit the boards especially for a guard. He had a big-time weekend finishing ranked #3 and playing in the AGame All American Game.
Anthony Gikes Forward (New York)- Gikes was a pleasant surprise from the Big Apple. The long forward caught my eye as he glided through the lane for an easy layup. He seemed like poetry in motion. He scored a lot of transition and used his size advantage to drop buckets over smaller guards. I was also pleased with his play making ability including court vision for a player his size. This kid runs the floor like a gazelle and seems to be oozing with potential.
Khani Rooths Guard (North Carolina)- Rooths ball handling made us take notice. He gets anywhere he wants on the floor and has the height to pass or shoot over defenders. He hasn’t begun to grow into his body as of yet so his best basketball is definitely down the road. Don’t be surprised if he blossoms into a legit prospect.
Thomas Sorber Forward (New Jersey)- Sorber had another dominant performance at the Future Phenom Camp. Once he pins defenders under the cup it’s usually an easy bucket coming. I like his touch on his face up shot and he’s beginning the put the rock on the floor a little more. I need him to run the floor and improve his lateral movement on defense.
Correll Johnson Guard (North Carolina)- Johnson just relocated to NC so the Tarhell land will be getting a crafty guard with breakdown ability. Johnson plays the game at his own pace and I love the way he sees the floor. When the defense over plays his passing ability, he will drop a mean floater over top. He loves getting a defender on hip and carrying him to the cup.
Jaylen Mayo Forward (New Jersey)- This strong body forward plays bigger than his size especially on the defensive end. He can guard multiple positions and bang the glass with the big boys. On offense he’s beginning to stretch his game out to the perimeter. He earned a spot in the AGame All Amercian Game.