Friday, September 13, 2019

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2025 Top Performers Part 1

Jebron Harris

The Class of 2025 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 2025 Top Performers Part 1 

Jebron Harris Forward (New Jersey)- Harris solidified his spot as the top rising 7th Grade prospect in the region. The way he handles the rock shows his continued wing development. He breaks down defenders and enjoys passing the rock. He was one of the best distributors in the building. He also showed an improved jump shot. But in the end, he knew where his bread is buttered as he got on the blocks and showed dominance. When his touch his on he scores at will. He took home back to back MVP Honors.

Manuel Castro Forward (New York)- Castro came to the Future Phenom Camp with something to prove and he cashed in. The wing also showed more perimeter skills than last summer including play making and shooting. He really looks good running the floor and finishing in transition. Castro is wired to score and put up buckets all weekend. He was an AGame All American.
Samaj Long Guard (New Jersey)- Long earned Play Maker of the Camp with his creativity. He combines speed and craftiness when scoring and dishing the rock. He knows how to get into the teeth of the defense while drawing the help before dropping a dime. He also flourishes in the open court while leading the break. On defense he uses his length to cause problems. He was an AGame All American Top 20 participant.
DJ Snead Guard (Pennsylvania)- Snead’s versatility was on full display as he took home best defensive player of the camp. He could guard multiple positions and play the passing lanes. On offense he has a good handle and can score from all three levels. He’s going to a problem in this class on the circuit this upcoming season. He made the AGame All American Game once again.
Jordan Ghee Guard (New Jersey)- Ghee proved to be the best shooter in the camp as he took home the 3 point and free throw shooting championships. Ghee is a workaholic that is developing his play making skills and giving extra effort on the defensive end. Jordan finished off the camp with an AGame All American appearance.
Jaren Barnett Guard (New Jersey)- Barnett is a throwback point guard which means he has a drive, draw and dish in his game. I also like his floater game and ability to finish around shot blockers. He’s a gamer which isn’t afraid to take on any competition. He was also a AGame All American.