Macon, Georgia — Another Unsigned Hype Camp is in the the books and we’re back with our team-by-team breakdowns. We take pride in evaluating each kid that attends our camps for a multitude of reasons. Every year there are a few prospects that make names for themselves and this year was no different. Here’s a breakdown of our final squad, Team 6.




Jarvis Robinson Jr, Class of 2024, Central-Macon

Robinson Jr. looked season ready. He easily got to his sweet spots and made the most of scoring opportunities. Look for Robinson to build off last season’s all-region effort.

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Tyrek Cantrell, Class of 2027, Central-Macon

Cantrell got it going during the last round of games. He finally adjusted to the camp setting and found some success getting into the painted area.

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Kam Plummer, Class of 2025, Houston County

Plummer’s dominant, smooth play had the gym buzzing. His shiftiness, sweet shooting stroke, and flawless court vision were on full display. Our staff gave him the nod for best in camp.

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Jarvis Williams, Class of 2028, Miller

Williams was another young prospect that made his presence known. He knocked down several deep threes and consistently made the right reads in halfcourt action.

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Rashim Rondon, Class of 2024, Westside-Macon

Rondon played hard from start to finish and did all the small things well. Solid utility player that every winning team covets.

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Jerry Butler Jr., Class of 2025, Valdosta

Butler Jr. is small in stature, but was a sparkplug for his squad. His tenacity rubbed off on teammates prompting competitive games for team six.

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Isaiah Philyaw, Class of 2025, Dublin

Philyaw distributed the ball at a high-clip every game. Philyaw’s passing prowess was undoubtedly his strongest attribute. Each dime dished was crisp and precise.

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