Saturday, September 21, 2019

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2027 Top Performers Part 3

Bryce Clark

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

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2027 Top Performers Part 3 


Bryce Clark Guard (New Jersey)- Clark was coming off a dominant performance at the King Of The Capital Showdown. He used that momentum to make an immediate impact at the Future Phenom Camp. Once he caught to the speed of the event he went into action. Clark puts tremendous pressure on the defense by penetrating at will and keep them off balance with a legit handle. He’s very difficult to handle in the open floor and plays like a ball hawk on defense. He was chosen for the AGame All American Game


Kamden Jackson Guard (Delaware)- Yes another talented guard with this Delaware bunch. He packs a mean handle, deep range and a mean floater. Once he gets going he’s hard top slow down. He finds a way to get the rock in the bucket. His contribution led to an AGame All American Game appearance.





Tko Jones Guard (Delaware)- Jones is a deep penetrator with elite court vision. Not many players this age have a pass first mentality but Jones does. His quickness and basketball IQ should take him a long way in this game. He played in the AGame All American Game and we look forward to seeing him on the circuit.




Da’shaun Holden Guard (Delaware)- Super smooth and tough finisher. He’s small in size but not in stature on the floor. Holden made his presence felt early and often in the camp. He maneuvers well with the rock in hands and can execute for himself or his teammates. He played in the AGame All American Game.




Jase Kelly Guard (Massachusetts)- Kelly is a gutsy point guard and throw back floor general. He knows how to direct traffic and get things going. Hopefully we see more of this kid on the circuit with a Mass squad.
Jamar Young Guard (New Jersey)- Young is a tough guard from the Capital City that goes hard on both sides of the ball. He’s capable of putting together a scoring spree with a few of southpaw finishes. He earned a right to play in the AGame All American Game.