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Phenom Hoops National HS Showcase

November 16th-17th, 2018



Greensboro Day School
Address: 5401 Lawndale Dr, Greensboro, NC 27455


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Unsigned Seniors Pt 3: Names Coaches need to know

As we get deeper into the season and approach the late signing period for the 2018 cycle coaches at every level will be on the lookout for late gems to boost incomplete recruiting classes. With so much unsigned talent to cover we’re gonna go a little more in depth in...

Chick’s Event Recap — Phenom’s National Showcase (Friday’s Standouts)

Phenom Hoops kicked off the high school season with the National HS Showcase held at Greensboro Day School and these were my Friday night standouts: Ignas Brazdeikis (Michigan) 6’8” SF Orangeville Prep (CAN) The first time I laid eyes on this young man I saw that he...

Freddy Johnson Approaches Milestone 1000 Career Wins

Greensboro Day School’s Head Boys Basketball Coach,  Freddy Johnson, Approaches Milestone Win #1000   Greensboro, NC -- Greensboro Day School’s Boys Basketball Coach, Freddy Johnson, is working towards his 1,000th career win with his next victory.  On Tuesday,...

Rick’s From the Sidelines — 6’2″ 2020 Ford Cooper (Carmel Christian)

  Ford Cooper His time has come     During the Phenom Hoop Report open gym tour, we stopped by Carmel Christian to check out the 2017-18 roster. While the likes of Donovan Gregory, Miles Pierre, Martin Maide were the more well-known names, we wrote the following about...

Guard Play Setting the Tone for Carmel Christian

Guard Play setting the tone for Carmel Christian   Carmel Christian came in a bit under the radar this year they weren’t receiving nearly the press coverage their fellow counterparts around the state were. The Cougars  first made a statement when they upset the...

Player to Know: 6’9″ 2019 Emmanual Izunabor (Fayetteville Academy)

Name to Know 6’9” 2019 Emmanuel Izunabor Fayetteville Academy (Fayetteville, NC) It’s a funny thing, we sat down to write this piece on Izunabor, because we feel he is going to be one of the breakout players in the region this year. Not soon after we sit down we get a...

Coach Dawkins From the Sidelines: Phenom’s National Showcase

From the Sidelines Phenom National High School Showcase Day 2 - Standouts Day 2 of the Phenom National High School Showcase kicked off Veterans Day, 11 November 2017. As a retired veteran of the U.S. Army, I would like to thank those who have served, those who are...

Coach Threadgill’s Player Standouts: National Showcase (Day One)

Matthew Alexander-Moncrief 6’6 2020 very dangerous out of the triple threat; has a very quick step and loves to attack the rim. Matthew has a very quick step. He does a really good job of attacking the offense back board getting a lot of put backs.   Joe Jones 6’19...

Phenom’s Feast of Champions – Team Previews (Greenfield School)

Phenom's Feast of Champions Team Previews Greenfield School (Wilson, NC) Greenfield School coached by Rob Salter will be playing in the 2nd Annual Feast of Champions showcase being held at Fayetteville Academy. Last season, Greenfield finished 21-11 in the NCISAA and...

Today’s Five to Know: Phenom’s National Showcase (Day Two)

Today’s 5 to Know Phenom’s National Showcase (Day 2) 6’1” 2018 Chris Barnette Ravenscroft (Raleigh, NC) Barnette is a winner, it is that plain and simple. He cuts through the defense, expertly not turning the ball over and getting his teammates the ball exactly where...


Phenom’s National Showcase List of Alums

In The NBA Dwayne Bacon (Florida State/Charlotte Hornets), Thomas Bryant (Indiana/Los Angeles Lakers), Harry Giles (Duke/Sacramento Kings) McDonalds All Americans Sacha Killeya Jones, Dwayne Bacon, Miles Bridges, Thomas Bryant, Billy Preston

Top 100 Ranked Prospects Sacha Killeya Jones, Dwayne Bacon, Miles Bridges, Thomas Bryant, Harry Giles, Curt Jones, Miles Bridges, Braxton Key, Khadim Sy, Lindell Wiggington, Matt Coleman, Devontae Shuler, Tyshon Alexadner, Mario Kegler, Justin Jackson, Jethro Tshisumpa, Daniel Giddens, Eli Wright, Sedee Keita, Nickeil Alexander Walker, Joe Hampton, Josh Reaves, Blake Harris, Ian Steere, Deshawn Corprew, DJ Burns, Juwan Gary, Oscar Tshwiebe, Brandon Huffman, Rasir Bolton, Coby White, Josiah James, David McCormack, Jairus Hamilton, Josh Hemmings, Nate Hinton, Manny Bates, Billy Preston

D1 Commitments Curt Jones (Indiana), Miles Bridges (Michigan State), Josh Reaves (Penn State), Braxton Key (Alabama), Khadim Sy (Virginia Tech), Terrence Phillips (Missouri), Lindell Wiggington (Iowa State), Matt Coleman (Texas), Devontae Shuler (Ole Miss), Tyshon Alexander (Creighton), Levi Cook (Depaul), Sacha Killeya Jones (Kentucky) Mario Kegler (Mississippi State), Justin Jackson (Maryland), Mike Okauru (Florida), Nick Claxton (Georgia), Jethro Tshisumpa (Arizona State), Maciej Bender (West Virginia), Harold Baruti (Washington), Daniel Giddens (Ohio State>Alabama), Eli Wright (Mississippi State), Ted Kapita (NC State), Darius Hicks (NC State), Jordan Bowden (Tennessee), Sedee Keita (South Carolina), John Fulkerson (Tennessee), Grant Williams (Tennessee), Nickeil Alexander Walker (Virginia Tech), Ebuka Izunda (Miami), Jalen Harris (New Mexico State>Arkansas), Blake Harris (Missouri), Brandon Huffman (UNC), Billy Preston (Kansas), Deshawn Corprew (Texas Tech), Ian Steere (Creighton), Rasir Bolton (Penn State), Coby White (UNC), BJ Mack (Virginia Tech), Tyler Maye (VCU), Josh Hall (Nevada), Justice Kithcart (Pittsburgh>Old Dominion), Adam Sledd (Western Carolina), Greg Williams (Missouri State), Ian Kinard (SC State), Mamadou Diarra (Missouri), Renathan Ona Embo (Tulane), Joe Hampton (Penn State), Marquell Frazer (VCU), Ian Dubose (Houston Baptist), Lysander Bracey (Norfolk State), Keshon Montague (Pacific), Jakub Mijakowski (Penn), Clifton Powell Jr (Call State Fullerton), Matt Halvorsen (Western Carolina), Morgan McKay (Arkansas State), Issac Johnson (Appalachian State), Josh Howard (Brown), Marquis Godwin (Richmond), James West (Howard), Devin Cooper (Radford), Rayjon Tucker (Florida Gulf Coast>Arkansas Little Rock), Ronshad Shabazz (Appalachian State), Aboubacar Diallo (Eastern Illinois), Anthony Pratt (Eastern Kentucky), James Dickey (UNC Lipscomb), Quentin Jackson (Charlotte), Bollo Gnahore (New Mexico State), Andrien White (Charlotte), Nate Grimes (Fresno State), Isaiah Maurice (Kansas State), Dontae Caldwell (Maryland Eastern Shore), Max Hoekstra (American), JP Moorman (Temple), Jordan Perkins (NC Central), John Newman (Clemson), Bryce Schneider (Richmond), Michael Hueitt (Old Dominion), Jalen Knight (Hartford), Rayshawn Neal (SC State), John Meeks (Bucknell), Blake Preston (Liberty), Philip McKenzie (Houston Baptist)

Uncommitted with D1 Offers

2018 Nate Hinton, Devon Dotson, Daniel Sackey, Jarron Williams, Will Dillard, Manny Bates, Daniil Kasatkin, Flo Thamba, KC Hankton, Benson Lin, TJ Smith, Christian Lorng, Trey Wertz, Issac Suffren, Elijah McCadden, Aaron Nesmith, Josiah Jeffers, Kenny Nwuba, David McCormack, Giir Ring, Damon Harge, Qon Murphy, Jairus Hamilton, Jack Hemphill, Mike Wynn, Joel Ntambwe, Logan Wells

2019 Juwan Gary, DJ Burns, Michael Fowler, Oscar Tshwiebe, Josiah James, JC Tharrington, AuDiese Toney

2020 Josh Hemmings, Evan Johnson