The Class of 2024 put on a show at the Future Phenom Camp. It was a highly competitive grade level.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2024 Top Performers Part 2
Alex Berry Forward (RI) – Berry arguably was one of the best prospects in attendance. With prototypical wing forward length and athleticism, he was a matchup nightmare throughout the camp. He has a nice stoke from deep and he is playing about the rim as he had multiple dunks during the camp. He plays with a high motor and is a very vocal leader on the floor. Alex was selected to the AGame All American Game.
Tahaad Pettiford Guard (NJ) – Tahaad could have arguably been the best PG in attendance. In the past he has played off the ball as a shooter, but we saw his ability to be a playmaker. This lefty will still knock down a plethora of 3 balls with range past the NBA line. With such a nice stroke from deep he is the epitome of the saying hand down man down. We liked how he controlled the pace of the game and we saw his court vision and passing ability. This kid is a problem to guard, and we liked his evolution and ability to move to the lead guard spot. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.
Jeremiah Jenkins Guard (CT) – Jenkins was one of the top 3 PG’s in attendance if not the best. He has a long slender build with good height that can see over the defense either in the half court or when teams are pressing. Jeremiah is an elite passer and he might have been the best passer in attendance. We saw him make some passes that very few can make. He also can knock down 3 pointers and finish at the rim. We loved his court presence and patience picking apart defenses taking what they gave him. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.
Alex Barber Forward (NY) – Barber is a long-legged big man that looks like he will continue to grow. He plays with a high motor and energy. We love his ability to guard smaller players in space and he competes hard on defense. Right now, his offensive package is developing, and he is most effective finishing around the rim but all the little things that he does is what coaches love to see. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.
Abdur Leon Forward (MA) – Leon is a super active combo forward. He probably was one of the hardest playing players we saw at the camp and it was refreshing. We saw him take over the game in stretches multiple times we watched. He is very long with a good enough handle that he can grab the rebound and go coast to coast and finish himself. We also saw him catch the ball in the post, get double teamed and find a cutter for a layup. He also can knock down the 3 ball if his defender plays off him. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.
Adam Njie Guard (NY) – Njie is a big guard that has a very nice handle and plays with a great pace. We saw him navigate the pick and roll making the right reads and either scoring or setting up his teammates as a playmaker. We saw him finish at the rim with a nice up and under with the left hand. He also is a very good defender competing and working to lock his man down. He can guard all 3 perimeter positions. He was selected to the AGame All American Game.