The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 featured some of the best prospects in the entire event. Here is Part 4 of our top performers.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 Top Performers Part 4
Blake Harper Guard (Maryland)- Harper made a repeat appearance in the AGame All American Game after a stellar performance at the Future Phenom Camp. Harper has a smooth style and reminds me of a young Mark Jackson. He’s not ultra-quick but uses his crafty handle to get anywhere he wants on the floor. He has superb court vision and can also get you bucket. I see him being a legit quarterback on the floor down the road.
Jaden James Guard (New York)- James is a big guard that can get buckets with the best of them. I also like the fact that he hit the glass and push the rock himself up the floor. His strength makes him difficult to contain when he’s driving the rock. He should be a problem on the circuit this season.
Tyrik Pettway Guard (Maryland)- If you need a strong point guard that plays defense like a pit bull holler at Pettway. He puts serious pressure on the defense when he pushing the rock. He penetrates the lane from different angles and knows how to drop dimes when needed. He made the AGame All American Game.
Amir Williams Forward (Delaware)- Williams is a versatile as they come. He has improved his deck game and outside range. But he can still go get it near the cup. He’s shaping up to become a nice wing guard prospect. Delaware might have their next star in this kid.
Shamar Cox Guard (New Jersey)- The Garden State guard shined once again at a Spotlight event. I love the way he maneuvers in the lane and makes things happen. He has a sharp handle and drop dimes from anywhere on the floor. He looks his best when he’s breaking down defenders off the bounce. He stays in attack mode.
Rashad Clark Guard (New York)- Clark showed some of the best court vision I saw on this level at the camp. Please don’t not try to run up on him because he has a deceptive handle. I like his New York confidence on the floor.