Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Future Phenom Camp Class 2028/29 Top Performers Part 1

The Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp Class of 2028/29 gave a us a look at the Baby Ballers on the rise. Here’s our first look at the top performers. 

Future Phenom Camp Class 2028/29 Top Performers Part 1 

Jamieson Young Guard (MA)- Wow, Young collected just able every trophy capable of winning at the Future Phenom Camp. What impressed us the most from the big guard was his willingness to get his teammates involved. He really enjoyed passing the rock and cheering for them after they scored. On his own right, he possessed a deadly jumper and good body control that allowed to score in traffic. He helped his team bring home the title while taking home MVP honors.

MJ Boyd Guard (DE)- The Delaware product was worth the price of admissions. His handle is tight and has flair. He showed superb court vision and range on his shot. Boyd has a unique feel for the game that most players cannot be taught. He took home Top Prospect Honors! Remember this name. He finished Top 5.

Ibn Atkins Guard (NJ)- Ibn’s play on the both ends propelled his team to the championship. He’s lighting quick so he’s a total problem on the defensive end. He pressures the rock and turns over ball handlers constantly while also playing the passing lanes. On offense he a beast in transition in terms of scoring or dropping dimes. He also gets into the lane whenever he wants on offense in the half court set. You also have to throw in his unique athleticism for this age. He finished Top 5.

Thomas Hampton Guard (NJ)- Hampton has the handle, court vision and poise for a good future floor general. But, he can also turn it up in the scoring column and plays the game with a little swag. I like how he directed the controls and take over himself when needed. The confidence he carried rubbed off on his teammates. I enjoyed watching him rock. He finished Top 5.

Corey Hadden Forward (RI)- The Big Fella was totally dominant all weekend. He knew what spots to get to in the post and what to do once he received the rock. He also showed some ability to put the rock on the floor and create. On defense he clogged the lane, altered, block shots and grabbed rebounds. He finished Top 5.

Brandon Doherty Guard (MA)- Doherty was another player that was a joy to watch. He stayed in attack mode by either scoring or setting up teammates. He scores it from all three levels while possessing a high level of confidence. His swagger reminds of NJ Guard Ben Roy. Doherty finished Top 5