Friday, September 20, 2019

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2027 Top Performers Part 1

Stetson Merritt

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2027 gave us a another look at the baby ballers. Here’s Part 1 of our report on this class. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2027 Top Performers Part 1 

Stetson Merritt Forward (New York)- It wasn’t a dispute with Merritt winning MVP honors as the forward showed power, polished moves and a soft touch to score at will. Unlike some other bigs on this level he’s not a flash in the pan type talent. He seems to have a huge upside and proved he could win as he led his team to the camp championship. The Albany, NY product introduced himself to the world at the Future Phenom Camp.

Semaj Stone Guard (Pennsylvania)- Stone is a smooth scoring combo guard with the flair to match. He gets buckets from all the three levels while combining the ability to create for teammates. Once Stone gets going there’s not many in the building that can slow him down. His play earned him a spot in the AGame All American Game and a Top 6 camp finish.

Korey Francis Guard (Delaware)- Speaking of scoring please don’t look past Francis. He gets buckets with ease and uses an array of moves to get it done. Delaware has been putting out a lot of young talent lately and Francis seems to be next on the list. He played in the AGame All American Game.

Braylon Washington Forward (Massachusetts)- The lanky forward moves well for a player his size. He ran rim to rim while blocking shots and scoring near the cup. He still has a way to go but is headed in the right direction. His play got him an invite to the AGame All American Game.

Dwayne Jones Guard (Delaware)- Jones is a scoring dynamo especially in transition. He demonstrated good body control during his travels in the lane. Jones like Francis comes from Delaware which means the 1st State is bursting with talent.

Sean Savage-Turner Guard (New Jersey)- Savage-Turner played up in the 6th Grade division because of space and still was able to make a huge splash. The southpaw went to work especially when it came to distributing the rock. Sean can hit teammates from all angles and anywhere on the floor. His poise is that of someone beyond his years. He played in the AGame All American Game.