The Class of 2027 used the Future Phenom Camp to introduce themselves to the world. Here’s our second look at the top performers.
Future Phenom Camp Class of 2027 Top Performers Part 2
Jamar Young Guard (NJ) – Young is a dynamic guard that can do it all. The lefty guard has a nice handle where he can get in the paint and kick to open shooters around the perimeter. He can also knock down the 3 point shot and he likes to get out in transition. We like the fact that he mixes it up on the glass and then is able to quickly transition to offense and usually it is a bucket on the other end.
Joseph Farino Guard (NJ) – Farino is a gritty player that has a high basketball IQ. We liked how he navigated the pick and roll and always seemed to make the right decision. Joseph has a really nice handle. He can knock down the pull up jumper or the 3 point shot. We saw him knock down a nice step back 3 pointer but he might have made the biggest shot of the camp when he knocked down a game winning 3 pointer in the corner as time expired.
Jordan Moton Forward (NJ) – Moton is a high level prospect that can do it all on the floor. He grabs rebounds and pushes the other way gliding down the court. We like that he always has his eyes up the court which is the reason he made some nice lead passes for easy baskets for his teammates. Jordan has great positional size with very long arms so we see him being a high level recruit as he continues to advance in his basketball journey.
Marque Johnson Jr. Forward (NJ) – Marque is a big wing that knows how to use his body as an advantage when he was attacking the rim. We liked how he finished in traffic at the rim. As he continues to expand his jump shot out to the 3 point line, Johnson will become even harder to guard.
AJ Greig Forward (NJ) – Greig plays with a high energy level. He will grab the rebound off the glass and push the ball the other way usually making the right pass leading to easy baskets. He excels in transition and he can knock down the 3 point shot. We also likes how he competes on the defensive end blocking shots.
Hazaiah Barbour Guard (NJ) – Barbour is a strong guard that moves well without the ball. He will rebound and push the rock. Hazaiah kicks to open shooters usually making the correct pass in different situations. We like his floater game around the rim.