Jaylin Fleming Chicago
Jaylin Fleming is a gifted player from Chi-Town. Fleming has the total package. He can shoot, pass, dribble and defend. Some of his dominating factors are strength and speed. Fleming is the best rising 6th grader that we've seen this year.
Damon Harge California
We see why Damon Harge was ranked #1 at the adidas camp. He used a vicious 1-2 dribble pull up to score a 50 point game. The accuracy of his quick release is something amazing. In the All-Star game he passed the ball instead and got his teammates involved.
Tyson Etienne New Jersey
Tyson Etienne is 10 years old, he skipped the 2nd grade of school. He's a student-athlete who plays smart on-and-off-the court. Etienne experienced difficulty adjusting on day 1, but he eventually stepped up his game.
Chris Giles Texas
Chris Giles was ranked #8 at camp. The strong forward plays the game the right way. He's able to absorb contact and finish in the lane. His travel team 'Texas Celtics Selects' finished 2nd place at the AAU nationals.
Selassie Tyler Bourne NYC
Selassie Tyler Bourne is the realest kid that you could ever meet. We wrote about Tyler before on our site and he's holding it down. We see why Tyler was ranked #5, even though, he didn't have the best camp. He used the All-Star platform to separate himself from the rest.
Stay tuned, as we list in no particular order more top rising 6th, 7th & 8th grade players at the Adidas Jr. Phenom National Camp.