Phenom Challenge Live : 2019 North Carolina Prospects

North Carolina

Posted On: 04/24/18 4:26 AM

Prep Hoops SC takes a look at some of the prospects we saw from the State of North Carolina that played this past weekend in the Phenom Challenge Live in Spartanburg, SC

Cameron Lee #22

Cameron Lee (2018) – North Stanley HS (Albemarle) Charlotte Clippers 17U 

Lee 6’5 scored the ball from all 3 levels today. Lee spent some time this season down at Oldsmar Christian in Oldsmar, Florida. Lee connected on a handful of three pointers tonight vs Rock Nation Impact. Lee really likes the ball in his hands and on several occasions brought the ball up the floor.

Mysta Goodloe

Mysta Goodloe (2019)  Reynolds HS (Winston-Salem) – Team Winston 17U 

Goodloe 6’3 was all over the floor today for Team Winston 17U. Goodloe averaged 14.1 ppg, 6.7 rebounds and 3.5 assists this past season. Goodloe recorded 7 steals in the game with his quick reactions on the floor and constantly defending the passing lanes. Goodloe is extremely athletic and finished the rim on several occasions with both hands.

Tristan Davis (2019) – Knightdale HS – Carolina Wolves 17U (NC)  (pictured on front)

Davis is possibly one of the quickest guards I’ve seen move with the ball in quite awhile. Daivs 6’2 is extremely fast from end to end on the floor. Davis penetrated-kick to his teammates after getting into the lane quite often today. Davis played at Word of God (NC) a few seasons ago.

Justin Watkins

Justin Watkins (2019)  Ashbrook HS (Gastonia) – North Carolina Flames 17U 

Watkins 6’4 is a bit awkward with his body. Watkins shows to have a great soft touch from the perimeter. Watkins connected on 5 three pointers today vs the Fort Mill Knicks. Watkins is not a fluid athlete at all but seems to be growing into his body.

Jadyn Neal

Jadyn Neal (2019) – Western Alamance HS (Elon) – North Carolina Top Flight 17U 

Neal 6’3 connected on several shots tonight for North Carolina Top Flight 17U. Neal a left-handed guard showed a nice mid-range game and along with sharing the ball with his teammates. Neal played very unselfish in the game.