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 2
Isaiah Skinn Guard (Maryland)- The lefty from the DMV area was in the jacket talks as he led the camp in scoring. He gets up and down the floor like a jet while using good body control to finish. He is quick off the bounce and gets it done on all three levels. He’s also a proving winner as he helped his team take home the Future Phenom Camp championship. He was an AGame All American. He finished Top 6 in the camp while making the AGame All American Game.
Ke’Mari Beache Guard (Washington, DC)- Beache spent one day at the camp because of a family emergency on Sunday. He made the most of his day by attacking anyone in his way. He scored in bunches and can break down a defender with ease. He has a quick release and the uncanny skill of scoring from various angles. He finished in the Top 6 of the camp.
AJ Dynansta Forward (Massachusetts)- When it’s all said and done this kid might be one of the best prospects in this class. He runs the floor like a deer and doesn’t have full control of his body yet which is scary. He does some things with the rock that can’t be taught and is willing to put the rock on the floor. He finished the camp in the AGame All American Game.
Mekhi Ragland Forward (New Jersey)- Ragland is a real problem on the blocks. Once he seals defenders they are at his mercy. I like his feathery touch and developing footwork. On defense he’s mountain to climb making things difficult for driving guards and trying to snatch everything off the glass. He was an AGame All American participant.
Jaysean Williams Guard (Connecticut)- Williams is a vey efficient guard with a pass first mentality. He drops off look away passes with either hand. He can break down defenders with a fierce handle and use the nice floater to score. If the defense decides to play off Williams he will burn them from the perimeter. He was a pleasant surprise and made the AGame All American Game.
Ethan Johnston Guard (New York)- Johnston was another pleasant surprise from the NY Rivals program. He has great size for his position and can put the rock on the deck. In terms of finishing he scores with either hand and knows how to avoid shot blockers. He will be a force to reckoned with on the circuit. He was an AGame All American.