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David Rose MDC Team Preview: PSB Raleigh 14u and 17u

Memorial Day Weekend is a special weekend to share with family and friends.  But it also provides a chance for teams to compete in one of the best events around at the David Rose MDC with Phenom Hoops. We have over 80 teams competing at a high-level, showcasing their talents and earning exposure! Come out and show your support, as well as support a great cause in the Wounded Warrior Project....

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North Carolina Jr. Phenom 150 Evaluations: Team 7

Team 7 Coach: Don Ledford   #24: 5’8 ’23 Grayson Cathey (Greensboro, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to provide his team with a consistent two-way presence, Grayson Cathey. He’s a wiry guard prospect with a quality feel and unselfish, team-first mentality. Cathey scored as needed, but it was his defensive prowess that made the strongest impact. Next in his...

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Miles Magical Five: Late Morning #NCJrPhenom

#67 6’2 2024 Dylan Deluca (Indian Trail, NC) Deluca is a high IQ young big man that does an excellent job working hard on the glass and scoring with his back to the basket.  He faced multiple double teams and rarely made a mistake in regards to his decision making when it came to finding the open man out of the post.  His footwork on the block is very advanced, and as he grows he should...

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NC Junior Phenom Session 1: Evaluation Team 5

North Carolina Jr. Phenom Camp Evaluations   Team 5 Coach: Kyle Caddell   #42: 5’5 ’23 Brooks Allred (Elon, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that brought an excellent attitude and team-first approach to camp, Brooks Allred. He’s a combo-guard with a solid handle and the ability to make plays for others. Allred can also slide off-ball and cause havoc as a spot-up shooter...

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NC Junior Phenom Camp: Kevin Dawkins afternoon standouts

#75- Woodrow Jackson 2023- Long limb defender who caused numerous deflections that turned into easy points for him or teammates in transition. The 5’10 guard was able to get rebounds and start the break and once he had a full head of steam he was hard to stop. Once his jumper gets more consistent teams won’t be able to sag off him but right now his two-way potential is scary.   #69- Tucker...

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