Thursday, September 19, 2019

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2026 Top Performers Part 3

Jercarl Riggins

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2026 gave us a first look at the baby ballers. Here’s Part 3 of our report on this class. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2026 Top Performers Part 3 

Jercarl Riggins Guard (NJ) – This quick pint size guard is like a blur on the court. He pushes the pace and has a great handle that gets him end to end in no time putting extreme pressure on the defense to get back or Riggins is creating easy transition buckets for his squad. We saw him make some nice passes especially some one-handed bounce passes.

Eenej Vinson Guard (NY) – Vinson is a big guard that knows how to use his size to his advantage. He can take smaller defenders down into the paint or pull bigger slower defenders out to the perimeter. He can do a little bit of everything to help his team win whether it is scoring the ball, rebound or defend.
Joe Farino Guard (NJ)- Farino is a guard that can flat out shoot the rock. He proved that in the 3-point contest and through the camp. He will soon develop into a head smart guard with a good basketball IQ. We can’t wait to see him on the circuit. 

Mickell Taylor Guard (NJ) – Taylor is a strong guard that has a very good handle. We loved his creativity on the floor where we saw him score in a variety of ways, but one time stuck out to us when he converted on a nice reverse layup making the shot blocking big in the paint defenseless unable to block his shot. He knows how to score that ball.

Dylan Diaz Guard (NJ) – When you have a handle at a young age you have a big advantage and Diaz can really handle the ball. Add on that he has great court vision and is an elite level passer that gives your team a chance to win because he is getting everyone involved distributing the ball in turn everyone is playing harder on both ends of the floor.