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A short handed Team Charlotte handled business Greensboro, North Carolina- Team Charlotte was able to capture the 16U championship Sunday without two noticeable pieces. Five star Jalen Hood- Schifino was off with Team USA, and high scoring combo guard Kris Robinson was also absent from this weekends showcase. None the less it was next man up for this Team CLT squad, and the guys present...read more
Team Winston 5’11 ’21 Camian Shell- The point guard was arguably Team Winston’s best performer to open the second day of Phenom Stay Positive. He’s such an excellent leader that sets the tone on both sides of the ball. Shell is so smart and steady on offense, which allows him to highlight his phenomenal balance between scoring and playmaking. He’s extremely tough, especially when attacking the...read more
Team 6 Coach: Will Roberson #6: 5’11 ’22 Cameron Oates (Trinity Christian) Starting things off, we look at a player that already looks quite comfortable at running a high-level offense, Cameron Oates. He’s a very quick point guard prospect with quality instincts and the ability to effortlessly set up his teammates. Oates scores the ball pretty well from all levels, but typically looks to...read more
It is finally here. The AAU season kicks off in style with Phenom Hoops, as we head to Greensboro to open the season with the Phenom Opening. Players of all ages will come to North Carolina in hopes to compete and start the season off. This will be a CAN’T MISS EVENT, as we may have never started off the season with this much talent on so many levels. That is why we are hoping to get...read more
For the previous six years, Phenom Hoops has been honored to host the North Carolina Top 80, however (as we always say) this is NOT Phenom Hoop’s event, this is North Carolina’s event. This is the event where players get together to compete and see what the state and other classifications have to offer. However, this is also the event where the very best in the Hoop State get together and show...read more
Tennessee Phenom 150 Evaluations Team 3 Coach: Zachary Crawford #32: 5’10 ’20 Brody Hunley (Mount Carmel, TN) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to make solid contributions on both sides of the ball, Brody Hunley. He’s a guard prospect with the ability to slide off-ball and make plays within the flow of the game. Offensively, Hunley knocked down shots from all...read more
6’8” Nate Brafford Tuscola HS (Waynesville, NC) No one at the high school level left more of an impression than Brafford. Standing 6’8”, was 6’3” at this time last year, Brafford showed guard skills. He pushed the break with a great handle and control and finished the play with a deft pass or controlled at the rim. He showed good length and timing on the defensive end and showed a competitive...read more