The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2026 gave us a first look at the baby ballers. Here’s Part 1 of our report on this class.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2026 Top Performers Part 1
Jordan Skyers Guard (NY) – Skyers is always in attack mode putting pressure on the defense. He makes it look easy as he uses his size and strength to get anywhere, he wants on the floor off the dribble. He has a nice pull up jumper off the bounce and he can make plays for his teammates. When the game is on the line, he is the guy that you want the ball in his hands to make the winning play. Always calm, cool and collected he is a silent leader that all his teammates rally around. He is also a high-level rebounder from the guard position. Skyers brought home the prestigious MVP jacket and gold ball for the second year in a row.
Jayden Johnson Guard (NJ) – This baller has handles for days. With nice size and elite skills especially handling the rock Johnson can take over games. He attacks the rim using his finishing packages including floaters. If you back off him, he has a nice jump shot and he will make you pay by knocking it down. Also, a good defender you can tell that Jayden loves competition and making plays for his team to win the game. He made All Camp Team (Top 6).
Bryce Presley Forward (PA) – Bryce was a man amongst boys in the paint. He has elite level size for the Class of 2026. His length at this age causes havoc on both ends of the floor whether he is clogging up the paint on the defensive ends rebounding everything or blocking shots or posting up a smaller defender for easy buckets on the offensive end his presence will be known. Presley is a game change and he was part of the All Camp Team (Top 6).
Kahseem Bronzell Guard (PA) – Bronzell is a scoring guard that can get it in a variety of ways whether it is hitting the 3 pointer or attacking the rim finishing with confidence. He can score in bunches which keeps his team in all the games when he is on the floor. We love his competitiveness and will to win and he shows this on both ends of the floor. Kahseem was part of the All Camp Team (Top 6).
Patrick Otey Guard (MA) – Otey is a smooth big guard that is a high-level prospect at this age. His game was well beyond his years. He had one of the nicer 3-point shots we saw, and he was very effective off the dribble distributing the ball to his teammates with drive and kicks to open shooters or drop offs to teammates around the basket. He also can score it going to the rim. He can play either guard position at a high level. Patrick made the All Camp Team (Top 6).
Sei’mir Roberson Guard (NY) – Roberson is the closest thing that we saw to a true point guard. He always ran his team like a veteran making the right play whether it was to get a bucket or set up a teammate. He has a high IQ and good feel for the game. You can’t speed him up when he has the rock and he handle ball pressure very well. Sei’mir made the All Camp Team (Top 6).