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Phenom’s North Carolina Top 80 Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach Morris   #4:5’10 ’20 Stephen Minor (Winston-Salem Prep) Starting things off, we look at a player that looks increasingly likely to have a big-time senior campaign, Stephen Minor. He’s a slightly undersized point guard prospect with a nice blend of IQ, skill, and athleticism. Minor is pretty strong for his size and shows no issue getting by opponents, which allows him to enter...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 1: Evaluation Team 4

North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations   Team 4 Coach Dodson   #63: 5’5 ’21 Roger Paschall (Fayetteville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that brought tremendous effort and a terrific attitude to camp, Roger Paschall. He’s a steady point guard prospect with solid IQ and motor on both sides of the ball. Paschall does a nice job of initiating offense and relocating...

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Jamie’s List of 5 — NC Phenom 150 Session 1

This was the fifteenth edition of the Fall NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp. A foundation built over 15 years, has created this as the region’s top exposure camp, and the word has spread like wild fire. This camp SOLD OUT with 190 campers showing up from 9 different states. To say the competition was stiff would be an understatement. Here is who showed out. 6’6″ 2020 Traymond Willis...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 1: Afternoon Standouts

Afternoon Standouts NC Phenom 150 Session 1     #168- Qualeem Poindexter 2020- Left hand speedy guard who can get up and down the court quickly. He showed two-way potential as well as knocked down the open 3. Piedmont Classical High School should be able to make a deep run with Qualeem running the show.   #220- Traymond Willis-Shaw 2020- Is another one of those Fayetteville kids...

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Midday Standouts at NC Phenom 150 Camp

#154- Dawson McAlhany- Solid guard prospect with nice size and a quality feel for the game; he’s pretty skilled on offense and understands how to score within the team-concept. He’ll be a definite contributor for his high school team.   #213- Ethan Hefner- Athletic wing prospect with great size and a rugged two-way approach. One could argue that his motor and ability to constantly pursue...

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NC Phenom 150 Session I; Court 3 Standouts (1st Half of the Day)

No. 167, 6’2” 2019 Nicholas Tybenn Sturm – Cabell Midland HS (Hurricane, WV) The senior guard has a good frame on him as a primary ball-handler. His productivity on both sides of the ball stands out especially, as he does best at stripping the ball from opponents and converting two points on the other end by finishing or dishing to an open teammate. I really like Sturm’s confidence and patience...

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