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Robert Fuller Jr.

Charolotte, North Carolina

School: Gaston Virtual Academy
Position: Center
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Joel Embiid
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #300

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Player Evaluation

Fuller Jr., who is a 6’0 guard from North Carolina and part of the class of 2025, captured the eyes of his coach as he only improved from one game to the next and showed some good flashes with his game. When talking about his strengths, Fuller really displayed a strong range on his shot-making ability as well as shooting mechanics. He also was a good teammate, sharing the ball well and being coachable as well. Fuller brings a strong feel to the court, using that to his advantage in penetrating and finishing, while also providing a good presence on the ball defensively. Next in his development, he will need to continue to improve on his conditioning, as well as making strides with his quickness and footwork. Coach OJ Matthews said “Robert improved each game but must continue to work hard on and off the court. He is stronger than he plays, and he could improve even more as he continues to focus on his game. He did show true potential in being a good high school player.”

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Dillon Cubit

Southlake, Texas

School:
Position: Small Forward
Height: 6' 8"
Weight:
Favorite Athlete: Lewis Hamilton
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #301

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Player Evaluation

Cubit, a 6’8 prospect from Texas and part of the class of 2023, was a strong and physical force all throughout the camp and ultimately won MVP honors for his play. Cubit was a physical presence down in the paint and on both sides; whether it was him ripping the rim off, finishing strong at the rim, or showing his touch, he was strong in that area and ran the floor extremely well for his size. Cubit was also a terrific presence in blocking shots and snatching up all rebounds. Next in his development, continue to get quicker and work on his defensive impact on and off the ball, as well as get stronger down low in the paint. Coach Velez said “When his energy was constant, he demonstrated being an elite prospect. His effort made the team better and one of the most competitive teams. With continued hard work and his skills, who knows how good he can be. He should be skilled enough to defend all positions. He will learn to attack the gaps for easy baskets.”

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Jacob Purington

Epping, New Hampshire

School:  Epping High School
Position: Center
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Niko Jakovic
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #302

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Shumayal Rahman

Markham, Ontario

School: United Scholastic Axademy
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Marcus Smart
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #303

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Max Mitchell

Carlsbad, California

School: Carlsbad High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Trae Young
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #306

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Player Evaluation

Mitchell, a 5’5 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, is a young player that has upside to his game and it will be interesting to see where his future takes him. He excelled with his catch and shoot opportunities, as well as using his off hand well. Mitchell has good handles that was allow him to create and penetrate, while he also competed in others areas on the court. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his back to the basket moves and his passing abilities. Coach Crenshaw said “He has tremendous upside and is very coachable. He has a great attitude and his teammates respect him. One thing he needs to work on is his shot selection. He passed up some good shots at times to penetrate. He has a bright future with his game.”

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Ian Kyler

Tampa, Florida

School: Alonso High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Stephen Curry
Class: 2025
Uniform Number: #307

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Player Evaluation

Kyler, a 6’0 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2025, was impressive throughout the entire weekend in what he could provide for his team. He made it clear that he can be a difference-maker on the offensive end, especially with his ability to be a shot-maker. Time after time, he was able to make big shots from outside, showing his range, his confidence, and his ability to spread out the defense. Whether it was off the dribble or catch and shoot situations, Kyler made the defense pay time after time.  He also played with a great IQ and feel for the game, as well as his attitude for his teammates. Next in his development, Kyler can continue to add more levels to his game, being able to penetrate and finish as well. Coach Wilson said “Kyler has good range to his shot. He really showed his quick release and uses screens well to find his shot. The areas that I would like to see him continue to improve in is running the floor on both ends, creating for others, and his defensive positioning off the ball.”

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Noah Selinger

Regional, Sk (Canada)

School: Miller High School
Position: Shooting guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Sean Taylor
Class: Shooting Guard
Uniform Number: #308

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Player Evaluation

Selinger, a 5’8 prospect from Canada and part of the class of 2026, had a solid overall camp at the Phenom America camp. He was able to showcase his skills in certain areas but also had a great attitude and was eager to learn as well. His strengths on the court was his consistency in his shot, his ability to put pressure on the defense, his awareness in finding his teammates and making the right reads, and moving without the ball to create opportunities. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his rebounding and off-ball defense, as well as his back to the basket moves. Coach Brigham said “Try to be more vocal on the court at your position. Continue to work on your quickness, footwork as well.  Shooting off the dribble and three-point consistency will help you as well. Defense will get you playing time so build the hunger to make an impact there as well.”

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Sergio Giddens

COlorado Springs, Colorado

School: Vanguard
Position: Point Guard
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Ja Morant
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #309

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Player Evaluation

Giddens, a 5’9 prospect from Colorado and part of the class of 2024, had a great showing throughout the camp and really was able to showcase how effective he can be as a player. As far as his strengths, they were his ability to finish around the basket, his passing feel and touch, his transition and on-ball defense, his quickness and footwork as a player, and having a nice feel offensively for the game. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his use of his off hand and rebounding his position. Coach said “Great young man, very respectful and a great teammate. He can improve on his pull-up jumper more.”

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Manny Barnett

San Diego, California

School: Lincoln High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Allen Iverson
Class: 2023
Uniform Number: #318

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Player Evaluation

Coming July 28-31st of 2022

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Blake Stuba

Palm Harbor, Florida

School: East Lake High School
Position: Point Guard
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Jalen Green
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #319

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Player Evaluation

Stuba, a 6’1 prospect from Florida and part of the class of 2026, had a solid showing and had a good all-around game on the floor; really helped in a variety of ways. He was able to operate from multiple levels, knock down shots from different settings, make an impact defensively, and show his court awareness on the floor. Next in his development, he can continue to improve his ability to get downhill and his footwork on the floor. Coach Curley said “Nice all-around player. Needs to be more active on offense.  Don’t wait for the ball. Work on ball handling and shooting, as well as off ball movement.”

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Mahlik Wethers

Winchester, California

School: Murrieta Valley
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Michael Jordan
Class: 2026
Uniform Number: #320

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Player Evaluation

Wethers, a 5’8 prospect from California and part of the class of 2026, was a strong guard that could help either run the show or find his offense on the court. Though he can continue to work and develop his offensive skills, Wethers made his mark in showing his quickness on the court, his footwork, and his impact on the defensive end. He had a nice shot to his game and didn’t settle, attacking the defense as well but also not forcing much and finding his teammates. Next in his development, Wethers can continue to improve his shot and adding more to his offensive game, as well as finishing stronger. Coach Lofton said “Very coachable. I asked you to guard some tough players and you did great. Continue to work on the improvements we talked about, and you should be able to facilitate and play in high school. Best of luck to you.”

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Brayden Unseth

Peyton, Colorado

School:  Doherty High School
Position: Shooting Guard
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 
Favorite Athlete: Kyrie Irving
Class: 2024
Uniform Number: #321

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Player Evaluation

Unseth, a 5’11 prospect from Colorado and part of the class of 2024, had a good showing and should be able to build off this camp in finding out where his strengths are in his game. As far as those go, he excelled in areas in which he was able to show his range and play off the ball in catch and shoot situations, as well as making tremendous on-point passes to set up his teammates. Competed and was always moving, really showing his motor. Next in his development, he can continue to work on his handles and defensive impact. Coach Epps said “great job this weekend. Continue to work on your ball handling. Great shooting from three with range. Keep working on footwork to get better defensively.  Also develop basic post moves to use against smaller guards. Learn how to rebound long shots as a guard. Great attitude all weekend long.”