Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2025 Top Performers Part 3

The Class of 2025 played in their last middle school event during the Future Phenom Camp. We got a chance to see some usual suspects and some fresh faces during the camp. 

Future Phenom Camp Class of 2025 Top Performers Part 3 

Sami Singletary Guard (Pennsylvania)- Mr. Memorial Day carried his impressive play into the Future Phenom Camp. He’s an imposing guard that can carry defenders to the cup. He scores the rock but also sees the floor when necessary. He also can lock up on defense as many Philly guards are known for. His name should be ringing bells in the Philly area starting next year.

Tyray Spencer Guard (New York)- Spencer loves to attack the rim from everywhere. He plays with good energy and hits the lane from different angles. The defense doesn’t have much time to rest when Spencer has the rock in his hands. He impressed me at the Future Phenom Camp.

Noah Perry-Lewis Guard (Massachusetts)- The southpaw has been rocking in Spotlight event since he was a lad. Perry-Lewis can pull it from deep and use body control to finish in the lane. In transition he uses his quickness to beat the defenders down the floor. I think on the high school level he will become more of a pass first point guard.

Travis Parsons Forward (Connecticut)- When you see Parson’s you might think of a miniature Eric Montross type. He can score when needed but really does a good job clogging the lane, altering or blocking shots and eating the boards off the glass. How does Expressions Elite collect all this type of talent.

Nehemiah Snell Guard (New Jersey)- Having a good floater is a serious tool to have in the arsenal. Snell has that combined with a legit handle that opens the lane like the Red Sea. Nehemiah looks his best when driving down hill with the defense back peddling. I like what I saw out of the kid over the weekend.

Jordan Pierce Guard (Connecticut)- Pierce can handle like a point guard if you need him or fill it up like a combo to help his team win. I love the range on his jump shot and the way he finishes with either hand. Pierce frame allows him to shield defenders and makes it very difficult for him to get stripped.