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 4 of our top performers.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2025 Top Performers Part 4
Traevon Jones Guard (New York)- Jones is a confidence New York guard. He beat defenders with a slick handle, tough floater game and good court vision. He doesn’t mind attacking anyone at anytime on the floor. He finished ranked #9 in the camp and played in the AGame All American Game.
Xavier Abreu Forward (Massachusetts)- The lanky forward makes a living running the floor and filling the lane for buckets. His length also helped him make an impact on defense while playing the passing lanes and hitting the boards. He finished ranked #14 in the camp and played in the AGame All American Game.
Patrick McDonough Guard (Maryland)- McDonough played in the backcourt with Scribner and looked good off the ball. He knocked down the open shot whenever he was left open. He showed some play creating ability and played hard on defense. He also made an appearance in the AGame All American Game.
Karon Bailey Guard (Maryland)- Bailey was a gifted play maker at the point position. His savvy played helped him get into the lane at will. Once he got in he unveiled his unique passing ability. He also could shoot the rock from the perimeter. He finished ranked #25 in the camp.
Brazil Clark Guard (New Jersey)- If you need someone to knockdown an outside bomb, call on Brazil. The Trenton native has a quick trigger and good accuracy from deep. We look forward to watching him this season on the Spotlight circuit.
Breylon Webb Forward (Pennsylvania)- We versatility stood out at the camp. He had a decent offensive game but wasn’t afraid to do all the other little things to help his team win. He played good defense and hit the glass. He left everything on the floor. He finished ranked #23 in the camp.