Franklin, Ohio — The inaugural T3TV Combine took place at the Kingdom Sports Center this past weekend, playing host to a number of touted players from around the country. The event’s director, Terry Holt, generated quite the buzz for his…
Franklin, Ohio — The inaugural T3TV Combine took place at the Kingdom Sports Center this past weekend, playing host to a number of touted players from around the country. The event’s director, Terry Holt, generated quite the buzz for his debut camp and delivered on his promise to showcase a talented roster of youth hoops prospects. In our final installment of this three-part series, we’ll once again take a look at a handful of the most impressive performers that were in attendance…
Editor’s Note: Special thanks to Daniel Price (@OTPCoachDP) for his contributions to this feature.
Elias Obenyah | Class of 2026
Obenyah is a high-energy, defensive-minded guard. He really got after people of the defensive end. That kind of play in an individual camp setting gets noticed. Defending was not all he did. He has tools on the offensive end as well to be able to make shots. Obenyah has a solid handle. If he continues to become a lockdown defender as well as score, more people will continue to recognize his talents at the next level.
Nate Richardson | Class of 2025
Richardson is a small guard with a major game. He displayed his fearlessness in a matchup against highly-touted Jerry Easter Jerry Easter 6'4" | WG OH III and he knocked down multiple threes from deep. The lefty point guard can score it! Richardson’s speed helped him create space on his shots. It also helped him get into the lane to shoot his floater. A player his size must have that in their arsenal. The way he competes and plays with a chip on his shoulder makes him fun to watch.
Synceare Simons | Class of 2025
Simons is a quick guard with a good handle. He is an aggressive and scrappy player who attacks off the dribble and on defense. He has good speed from end-to-end which makes him tough to handle in transition. Simons has a nice shot. He is a player to keep watch on over the next couple of years because the potential is there.
Jaylohn Allen | Class of 2026
Allen is a very impressive guard with speed. He plays with supreme confidence. A true competitor at the point guard position. He has great speed and handles. He can beat most players off the dribble and finish in the lane. Allen also has a nice shot. He makes shots from deep. Editor’s Note: This player was previously labeled incorrectly as Jaquan Stennis. We apologize for the error.
Tim Winkler | Class of 2026
Winkler is 6’5″ with nice handles. He displayed the ability to handle in transition and make plays. Winkler has nice footwork. He plays well around the basket. Defensively, he disrupts a lot of shots with his length. I would like to see him continue to develop his jumper from beyond the arc. Based on his skills, height, and footwork; look out!