NCB On The Trail: Terrence Phillips

Pangos All-American Camp recap 

June, 2, 2014
LONG BEACH, Calif. -- Though the overall talent level was diminished in comparison to previous years, this year's Pangos All-American Camp still included several talented prospects, led by McDonald's All American candidates Isaiah Briscoe and Stephen Zimmerman.

Best player

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@Trealo_G: @PaulBiancardi what u think about Brandon Jennings younger brother Terrance Phillips as a prospect I think he a mid-major PG #askcoachB

Currently a junior, Terrence Phillips was inserted into the starting line up this season when Shelton Mitchell went down with an injury.

Phillips led his team to a No. 6 seed in the Dick's Sporting Goods High School National Tournament. I like Phillips' quickness in the open floor and his ability to drive and kick in the half court. He needs to become better at scoring, especially at making open 3-pointers.

Right now his recruiting interest is coming more from the mid-majors. He lives in Atlanta, and Georgia State has been on him hard. Virginia Tech was interested before its recent coaching change. At this point he is a mid-major point guard with the ability to play high-major basketball if the jump shot and decision-making improve. He does bring energy, which coaches love.

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- The third and final day of national competition at the Spalding Hoophall Classic brought a fitting end to what was another first class event from the Basketball Hall of Fame and Springfield College. Here’s a look at the top performers during Monday’s five-game slate:

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