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2022 6’2 Lebron Thomas could be the next star guard from South Carolina

South Carolina has been a state that has gone under the radar as far as finding talent. But Lebron Thomas, a 6’2 2022 prospect from Lee Central HS, maybe the next in line for the state.

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Anthony Sellers was NASTY at #NCPhenom150 … NEXT UP at Winston Salem Prep

Winston Salem Prep is a 1A power house in North Carolina ... You can almost write them into the state championship contention every year. Their pipeline of talent runs deep and they put multiple players into college, with scholarships, every year.

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MAJOR Sleeper from the Mountains!! Max Rogers Shows Out at #NCPhenom150

Every year it happens, someone from some where breaks out at Phenom Camps ... Well this year, one of those players was Max Rogers, a 6'2" shooting guard from Waynesville, North Carolina.

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LEBRON Thomas Shows to Put Some Respect on His Name … Freshman is an AWARD Winner of #NCPhenom150

Lebron Thomas is tracking as one of the best freshman (2022 class) in the state of South Carolina. The lengthy point guard just has a HUGE IQ for the game, and his instincts, on both ends of the floor are next level. He passes the ball with precision and he defends the ball with quick twitch, length, and anticipation.

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Kevin’s Top 5 Defensive Players NC Phenom 150 Session 2

The highlights and social media blasts will cover a ton of prospects offensive game but what will get players noticed is on the defensive end.  That is why these five players stood out to Phenom Hoop Report, especially with their defensive presence on the court.

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Kevin’s Top 5 2020 NC Phenom 150 Session 2 Standouts

By: Kevin Dawkiins There was an array of players that caught the eye of Phenom Hoop Report, no matter what class they were in.  But here are a few players to keep an eye on in the 2020 class, as they should see a rise in the coming months. #16 5’10 Jordan Coleman (Chester SC) Not sure what else can be said about Mr. Coleman that’s hasn’t already been said but the word of the day that best...

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Jordan Coleman is SCs Most UNDERRATED PG … DOMINATES Long Standing #NCPhenom150 Camp

5'10" Jordan Coleman is a junior at Chester High School. Chester is the home of basketball phenomenon Devan Downey, a smaller point guard who put up big numbers. Coleman attended two Phenom 150 camps in the past couple weeks and won awards in both of them.

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Brevin Goodlet + LeBron Thomas LEAD #PhenomHoops 150 II Award Winners!

Check out highlights from our award winners from last weekends Phenom 150 Session II. Brevin Goodlet was named MVP, Kolbe Ashe was named Mr. Playmaker, Jordan Coleman was named Mr. Hustle, Arrington Jones was named Mr. Station, and LeBron Thomas was named Mr. Defense. Each of these players was great and really strung together some great things during the camp … This is the 15h year the NC...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 2 Best Shooters

For 15 years now, the NC Phenom 150 Exposure camp has provided a huge platform of exposure. Players who wished to register and participate (always a first come first served basis, opened to EVERYONE), will not only be coached, but they will have a videographer at every court, a professional photograph taken for social media, multiple media members writing about every game and multiple NCAA...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 2 Breakouts

For 15 years now, the NC Phenom 150 Exposure camp has provided a huge platform of exposure. Players who wished to register and participate (always a first come first served basis, opened to EVERYONE), will not only be coached, but they will have a videographer at every court, a professional photograph taken for social media, multiple media members writing about every game and multiple NCAA...

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Coach T’s Top Shooters from NC Phenom 150 Camp

By: Antonio Threadgill Onto the guys that I felt like could really shoot the ball the best 3 shooters in camp. My first shooter was #20 Mekhi Goree 5’8 2020 of Statesville High School this kid caught fire in the first game hitting 7 three-pointers in a game. Once he got going everyone knows about it as they were anticipating every three-pointer he shot going through the next. The kid did an...

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Coach T’s Top Unsigned Seniors from NC Phenom 150 Camp

By: Antonio Threadgill Top unsigned 2019 players that I think are flying under the radar. The first one is #23 Demitrios Dixon 6’0 2019 of Mallard Creek in Charlotte. Players really seem to like playing with this guard because of his unselfish play.  He is a pass first kid of guard that does a good job of getting the ball to his teammates in scoring position. He does a good job of changing...

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Coach K’s eye catchers from the NC Phenom 150

The NC Phenom 150 brings some unique and intriguing talent from around the state, allowing us at Phenom Hoops and other scouts to watch some new prospects.  Coach K was on deck throughout the event, coaching, and watching, and there were three guys that really caught his eye. Check out who those players were. Colin Radcliffe, 6’4 class of 2019 #152 Richland High school A small power forward with...

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Brandon’s Big Time Ballers: NC Phenom 150

The Phenom NC 150 Camp continues to provide a springboard platform for young unknown prospects to break onto the scene, as well as a stage for unsigned seniors to draw some eyes late in the signing stages. Greensboro, North Carolina- High school prospects from multiple states gathered this past Sunday to battle it out in front of an energized crowd appreciative of camp competition. A diverse...

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NC Phenom 150 Standouts: Unsigned Seniors

One of the beautiful things about the March 150 camps is Unsigned Seniors using this platform. With their season being over, they are trying to get as much exposure as possible. On our platform, here are some of the unsigned seniors who are college ready! Read and enjoy. 6’4” Colin Radcliffe Richlands (NC) Radcliffe came out and won the hustle award, but in all honesty,  he could have won 2 or 3...

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Taking home the hardware: NC Phenom 150 Honors

The players, coaches, and staff crushed it over the weekend in Greensboro, with talent of all ages competing at a high level.  It is always great see new names and undiscovered names to showcase their talent and there were quite a few players that could have gone home with some hardware this weekend.  But here were our winners from the NC Phenom 150. MVP 15th Annual #NCPhenom150 6’3 2022 Julius...

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Next 5 Up from the NC Phenom 150

The awards were given out for the top players at the camp. MVP, Mr. Playmaker, Mr. Hustle, Mr. Station and Mr. Defense were the awards given out. However, there were more than 5 players who really showed out. We want to shed light on all those who played well, provided our platform and their effort. Here are the next 5 up, the ones who just missed out on awards … 5’7” 2021 Kabe Ellis...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session 3: Evaluation Team 9

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 9   Team 9 Coach Kelvin Mills   #10: 5’11 ’23 Giovanni Nanucci (Greensboro, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that could arguably emerge as the best long-term prospect from this camp, Giovanni Nanucci. He’s a young combo-guard prospect that competed extremely well with the high school group and made a consistent impact on...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session 3: Evaluation Team 8

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 8   Team 8 Coach Johnson   #9: 5’8 ’21 Lucas Koivisto (Winston-Salem, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that worked hard on both sides of the ball during his time at camp, Lucas Koivisto. He’s a point guard prospect that handled the ball decently well, but made his strongest impact as a spot-up shooter from the perimeter....

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session 3: Evaluation Team 7

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 7   Team 7 Coach Dawkins   #8: 5’8 ’19 Jarick Yon (Fuquay-Varina, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to quickly emerge as a quality two-way leader, Jarick Yon. He’s a compact point guard prospect that plays the game the right way, making a priority out of setting the floor for his teammates while constantly...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session 3: Evaluation Team 6

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 6   Team 6 Coach Antonio Threadgill   #7: 5’7 ’22 Sam Hepler (Hickory, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to contribute nicely throughout camp, Sam Hepler. He’s a young guard prospect that showed the ability to knock down shots and work well within the team concept. Hepler knows how to defer to others and when...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session 3: Evaluation Team 5

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 5   Team 5 Coach Huntley   #5: 5’7 ’22 Isaiah Smith (High Point, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to provide his team with nice energy on both sides of the ball, Isaiah Smith. He’s a young point guard prospect that showed a quality midrange stroke and the potential to shoot from beyond the arc. Next in his...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session 3: Evaluation Team 4

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3:Evaluation Team 4   Team 4 Coach Dre Simmons   #4: 5’5 ’22 Matthew Liles (Lexington, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to make his presence felt quite well for his age and size, Matthew Liles. He’s a young guard prospect that showed the ability to operate with or without the ball and find success. Liles shot the ball very...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session 3: Evaluation Team 3

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 3   Team 3 Coach Smith   #3: 5’7 ’22 Messiah Robertson (Statesville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed nicely while showcasing quality long-term upside, Messiah Robertson. He’s a young point guard prospect that offers a pretty solid balance between scoring and playmaking. Robertson plays hard on both ends...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session 3: Evaluation Team 2

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 2 Coach Daymond Lindell   #2: 5’4 ’22 Justin Monden (Raleigh, NC)   Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to impact the game nicely and showcase upside at camp, Justin Monden. He’s a young, wiry point guard prospect that does a little of everything. Monden is smart and offers a great balance of passing and scoring....

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 1

North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 1   Team 1 Coach L.T.   #1:5’0 ’24 Zehren Hilton (Charlotte, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a lot of upside while competing against high school opponents, Zehren Hilton. He’s a very young point guard prospect that possesses a nice feel for the game. Hilton showed the ability to initiate offense and...

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