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Directions to PAY and register for South Carolina Top 80 
Please note that you MUST PAY to be fully registered for any camp. Follow the steps below to REGISTER and PAY.

1. If you are an existing user, click ‘Exisiting User’ and login.
2. If you are a new user, click ‘New User’ and create an athlete account.
Creating an account will allow you to register for multiple events, without having to fill out multiple registration forms.
3. For new users, fill out the athlete profile and enter at least one parent/guardian
4. Once logged in, on the home page, click ‘Register for Individual Events’
5. Select the event you want to register for. If the event is invite only, enter your access code provided in the email from Phenom Hoop Report.

If you need help, please click the purple chat button in the bottom right-hand corner.

ABOUT THE EVENT

AGES ATTENDING

Grades 9-11

LOCATION

TBD

COST

$130.00

schedule (september 23)

8:00 AM – 9:00 AM – REGISTRATION

9:00AM – 9:30AM – INTRODUCTION

9:30AM – 11:30AM – STATIONS/SKILL DEVELOPMENT 

11:30AM – 5:30PM – GAMES

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SC Top 80 Award Winners

The 4th Annual SC Top 80 took place at the beautiful gymnasium of Lexington High School. To put it simply, the state of South Carolina has a deep and loaded list of collegiate level prospects. Known for being a "football" state, the state of South Carolina is quickly...

South Carolina Top 80 Recaps — 2019 Quick Hitters

CLICK HERE to Watch Archived Full Game Video via Baller TV 6’ Mason Carver (Lexington HS) – Played downhill on both ends of the floor. Defended the point of attack very well, very tough. Got to the rim regularly. 6’ Isaiah Archie (Oceanside Collegiate) – Quick on...

Jamie’s List of 5: 4th Annual South Carolina Top 80

The 4th Annual South Carolina Top 80 went off without a hitch. In fact, the talent level there was as good as any Top 80 we have had. The high level, known, players came out and set the tone, but it was the depth of players that really opened eyes. With over 35...

Phenom Hoop Report Hurricane Florence Relief Fund

COLUMBIA, SC – In the wake of the disaster that Hurricane Florence left behind in the state of South Carolina, Phenom Hoops will be partnering with the Americares Foundation in donating proceeds from the South Carolina Top 80 to their efforts in South Carolina. The...

South Carolina’s Top Exposure Event is as Talented as Ever

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Jamie’s List of 5: SC’s 2021 Class is Ready to Draw National Attention — Part 2

Last week our Jeff Bendel wrote an article titled “South Carolina’s 2021 Class Ready to Draw National Attention”. This was a great take, as this class is especially deep, at all levels, with elite level talent as well as a depth of overall Division 1 talent. Bendel...

John Butler Jr. is a Truly Unique Talent

Ask anyone around the state and they will tell you that John Butler Jr. is next up. If the recent run of talent tells you anything, coming from the state of South Carolina, that means something. Recently, South Carolina has produced some major talent. Especially the...

A Look Back: My 2017 South Carolina Top 80 Team

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4-Star DJ Burns Calls it For Tennessee

DJ Burns wrapped up his recruitment yesterday evening at his graduation party. Burns graduated from York Prep a year early and signed his papers to attend the University of Tennessee. Burns was a consensus Top 75 prospect in the 2019 class with offers from all over...

EVENT DETAILS

South Carolina Top 80 List of Alums

Ranked Top 150 By At Least 1 Service AJ Oliver, Sharone “June” Wright Jr, Christian Brown, DJ Burns, Dontarius “DJ” James, Aaron Nesmith, Josiah James, Calvin “CJ” Felder, Russell “Deuce” Dean, Malcolm Wilson D1 Commitments AJ Oliver (Clemson), Jason Cudd (South Carolina), Sharone “June” Wright Jr (Wake Forest), Darius Hicks (NC State), Clyde Trapp (Clemson), Zach Butler (Ohio), Joseph Battle (Tulsa > Appalachian State), Temetrius “Ja” Morant (Murray State), Josh Caldwell (Army), Jordan Coleman (Army), Brevin Galloway (College of Charleston), Max Hoekstra (American), Christiaan Jones (Stetson), Keith Matthews (Stetson), Ian Kinard (SC State), Eli Lake (Navy), Duane Moss (UT Chattanooga), JaCor Nelson (Campbell), Clifton Powell Jr (Cal State Fullerton), Kaiden Rice (Citadel), Zach Sellers (Augusta State), Gabe Bryant (Gardner Webb), Jimmy Nichols (Providence)

D1 Football Commitments Braden Galloway (Clemson), Cameron Johnson (South Carolina)

Undecided with D1 Offers

2018 Robert Braswell, Sadarius Bowser, Alex Caldwell, Vince Cole, Dontarius “DJ” James, Jerrell Kelly, Jake Lanford, Trey McGowens, Aaron Nesmith, Isiah Moore, Jarron Williams, Jalen Slawson

2019 Christian Brown, DJ Burns, Josiah James, Juwan Gary, Russell “Deuce” Dean, Trae Hannibal, Donte King, Chico Carter, Zeb Graham, Khalil Robinson, Malcolm Wilson, Calvin “CJ” Felder, Juwan Purdue, Randall Litmon, Dallas Corbitt, Allen Williamson

2020 Dillon Jones, Jordan Burch