Oluwafisayomi Falowo 6'4" | 2027 Dallas, TX | Champion Skills Academy Elite 2027 White Champion Skills Academy Elite’s long athletic postman sprinted up and down the floor with terrific mobility. Underneath the basket, Oluwafisayomi established position while using his massive…
Champion Skills Academy Elite’s long athletic postman sprinted up and down the floor with terrific mobility. Underneath the basket, Oluwafisayomi established position while using his massive reach to make himself the perfect passing option for his guards on the drive and on the perimeter, whenever a teammate attacked the lane he ducked in with his hand high for the easy catch and score. Defensively, Falowo had a way of disrupting things inside, effecting, and frustrating bigger or stronger opponents in the post by crowding their space with his body, keeping both of his hands high at all times, and contesting or blocking shots without fouling. The best thing about this prospect that I saw was his competitive motor, it never stopped no matter what score was on the board, this young man competed and battled down low until the clock struck zero.
Phillips-Grey was a big body down low that couldn’t be boxed out, forced out of the lane, or kept off the glass. This young man displayed a knack for creating second chance scoring opportunities and rebounding his own miss. He utilized his elite combination of physical tools, size, power, athleticism, mobility, and upward explosiveness to dominate and finish around the basket with authority on a consistent basis. The 6-foot-4-inch prospect showed a love for drawing contact and going up with a shot, this skill kept Jaylen at the free-throw line where he was also an efficient shooter. Phillips-Grey is constantly improving, he’s developed a nice handle of the ball for a player of his stature, showing the ability to retrieve the ball and take it coast to coast. As times goes on, Jaylen will windup putting a lot of defenders on a poster as Phillips-Grey is already throwing down one-handed and two-handed slam dunks off the dribble.
Well built 6-foot-5 center with the frame, strength, and mentality to become an incredibly ferocious rebounder. From the moment the tournament began Hendrix Haymes appeared to be unstoppable at times with the ball down low, often finding good looks for his jump hooks by using his upper body strength. Haymes’s over whelming size, strength, and athleticism were all key pieces to winning throughout the weekend. had stints where a rebounding machine, showing a desire to be a monster on the glass with no easy way to box him as he did a remarkable job of positioning himself during each shot attempt.
Potential 7-footer with raw skills, talent, and an incredibly high ceiling. Terrell Jackson is a name to become familiar with. This 6-foot-7-inch 7th-grader is playing up with one of the most established grassroots programs in Dallas, Texas. Jackson’s athleticism has already began developing and it consistently shows each time he rises off of the ground to rebound, contest a shot, or throw it down off one or two feet. Terrell Jackson was one of, if not the top rim protector and glass cleaner in the 14U division. Jackson’s ability to completely shut the paint down by his lonesome made his teammates jobs extremely easy on defense, allowing them to put more pressure on the ball and run guys off of the perimeter understanding that Jackson was ready to help and alter the drive to the rack.
6-foot-6, Nathen White stood tall as one of the largest prospects in the building. Phenomenal post presence, White’s massive body made him a major threat in the pick-and-roll game to both score or free his teammate apart with the separation and space to do as they will. Anytime Nathen White had the ball in the post, he proved to be unphased by double teams, displaying the poise and confidence to stay under control and make a play at all times and when it was time to score Nathen was willing and ready to finish over his defender or through their chest.