Thursday, September 20, 2018

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2025 Top Performers Part 1

Jaysen Moise

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2025 gave us a glimpse on some of the top talent coming down the pike. Here’s Part 1 of our top performers. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2025 Top Performers Part 1 

Jaysen Moise Guard (Maryland)- Moise made a strong run at the MVP jacket with his superb guard play. He was smooth with the rock and had great poise. I like Moise’s stroke from the perimeter and his play making skills at the point. He was a serious problem in the open court and displayed enough handle to keep the defense off balance. He finished #2 ranked in the camp and played in the AGame All American Game.

Judah Hidalgo Forward (New Jersey)- Hidalgo’s style of game reminds me of Kyle Anderson when he was this age. Judah has a mean skillset for such a young age in terms of scoring, rebounding, ball handling and seeing the floor. He’s not the quickest of the bunch but his size and basketball IQ makes up the difference. He made the All Camp Team finishing ranked #5.
Manuel Castro Forward (New York)- Castro played the forward spot for his camp but I see him translating to a guard in a few years. He flat out has the knack to score the pill. He did a good job of shielding off shot blockers while scoring at the tin. He finished ranked #12 and participated in the All American Game.
Noah Perry Lewis Guard (Massachusetts)- Perry-Lewis is a very confident guard that shows off a good handle and range from anywhere on the floor. He breaks down defenders with flash and knows where he wants to get on the floor. As his game develops I believe he will learn to trust his teammates a little more. The Massachusetts guard was something to watch as he made an appearance in the AGame All American Game.
Tamarr Washington Guard (Massachusetts)- Washington is another Massachusetts guard. He handles the rock like a floor general and is a crafty passer. I like how he energizes the fast break when he has the rock. He finished the camp ranked #13 and played in the AGame All American Game. The state of Massachusetts’s basketball will be in good hands with these two guards.
Marcus Scudder Guard (New York)- Scudder is a skilled guard with a mean ratchet, ball handling and body control. He continuously beat defenders to the lane and used a tough floater when needed. He plays with that NY swagger and confidence.