Prospects from North Carolina and bordering states participated in Rick Lewis' Phenom Top 150 Camp over the weekend. 2016 guard Greg Williams was one of several standouts.
Greg Williams has size and feel as a point guard.
Greg Williams (2016, point guard, 6-4, Lynchburg (Va.) Genesis Academy)
As a freshman, Williams has a great physique for a point guard although it wouldn't be surmising if he grows into being more of a wing player. Along with being a good ball handler, Williams has an impressive feel for the game and plays with a controlled pace.
Curtis Jones (2016, shooting guard, 6-3, Highland Springs (Va.) High School)
Jones showed some flashes of explosive play and has quite a promising skill level. He is developing a strong reputation early on as a prospect.
Ricky Council (2014, shooting guard, 6-3, Durham (N.C.) Northern)
Council's play was solid throughout the day. He is a physical strong player who doesn't shy away from contact. Council also shot the ball well from the outside. Defensively, he was active.
Luke Maye (2015, power forward, 6-7, Cornelius (N.C.) William Amos Hough)
Maye's activity was cut short due to an injury, but he still had enough time to demonstrate his effective physical play. In addition, he dropped in a nifty floater off a drive from the wing.
Camryn Fort (2014, shooting guard, 6-4, Lynchburg (Va.) Genesis Academy)
Fort impressed with his playmaking ability off the dribble, demonstrating court vision, accuracy with his passes and the ability to slash to the basket. He also has the tools to be a strong defender.
JuWuan Wright (2015, shooting guard, 6-4, Fayetteville (N.C.) Jack Britt)
His game is still a little rough around the edges, but Wright has a lot of potential as an athletic, slashing wing player.
Ashley Williams (2014, small forward, 6-5, Wilson (N.C.) Greenfield School)
A long 6-5, Williams appears to still be growing. He doesn't have the greatest foot speed, but Williams is comfortable with the basketball and rebounds his possession.
Zane Waterman (2014, power forward, 6-7, Fayetteville (N.C.) Christian School)
A hard nosed competitor, Waterman has a high motor game. He continually ground out lose balls and 50/50 rebounds. As a scorer, he used the dribble to get into scoring position and finished with touch.