Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 Top Performers Part 3

Kabrien "The Boss" Goss

The Class of 2024 gave us a chance to check out some of the top talent in the region. Here is our first report for this class. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 Top Performers Part 3 

Kabrien Goss Guard (New Jersey) – Goss is a compact quick guard that has some jets. He has the uncanny ability to finish at the rim around bigger defenders. We like him as a playmaker also as we saw his court vision making some elite level passes one of which was a full court bounce pass perfectly placed for an assist leading to an easy layup. Kabrien is a high-level lead guard that can score when needed or run his team making plays for his teammates when they are hot. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.

Mike Jones Jr. Guard (New Jersey)- “Deuce” helped his team win the camp championship. His slashing style is hard to maintain especially when he’s going downhill. He stays in attack mode and isn’t afraid to travel in the land of giants when trying to score. Once he grows into his body he will be a very dangerous prospect. He had a great showing in his first Future Phenom Camp appearance. He was an AGame All American Game selection.

Jakai Saunders Guard (NY) – Saunders is a long strong guard that has some nice handles and a killer crossover. We saw him get to the rack and finish through contact for an and 1. He has nice size for the position which allows him to get anywhere he wants on the floor but driving off the bounce is his strength. Jakai is also a very good rebounder for his position. He was selected for the AGame All American Game.

Toby Ojukwu Guard (New Jersey) – Toby is a quick shifty guard that uses his nice handle to navigate the floor and attack the defense from numerous angles. We saw him hit a nice in and out and finish at the rim with the right hand. Then we saw him attack the rim and finish with a nice soft floater. He was selected for the AGame All American Game.

Thomas Sorber Forward (New Jersey) – Sorber is a big body power forward that does a good job playing to his strengths. He commands attention in the painted area finishing with either hand from the low block area. We saw him catch the ball in the low block area and finish with a soft touch turnaround jumper. Thomas also is a good rebounder and clogs up the lane on the defensive end making it tough for the opposing team to score around the rim.

Samir Thomas Guard (New Jersey)- Thomas has the smoothness that translates to the next level. He’s good at getting to the basket and absorbing contact before scoring. His size presents a matchup problem for most defenders and his confidence will make him a constant impact on the circuit this upcoming season. He was selected as an AGame All American.

Four Petre Guard (Pennsylvania) – Four is one of those guys that any coach would love to have on his team. He plays with a chip on his shoulder. He is very gritty and competes on the defensive end of the floor also. He attacks coming downhill going hard to the basket finishing with either hand.