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Jamie’s List of Five — Phenom’s High School Jamboree (Session 2)

Jamie’s List of Five Phenom’s High School Jamboree – Session 2 32 teams from around the region showed up to play on this platform. Some of the best competition, incredible exposure and college coaches all make this the best jamboree the region has. Session 2 of the 6th Annual Phenom’s High School Jamboree proved just that. Players stepped up to the plate and took advantage of this opportunity....

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 2 — What We’re Looking For (Part 2/5)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 2 What We’re Looking For (Part 2/5) Multiple Favorites to Win the State Championship This is the sixth year of Phenom’s High School Jamboree and the first that has forced a session 2. With 40 teams showing up to participate in Session 1, we will have another 32 teams lined up to participate in Session 2. Greensboro, North Carolina will be rocking on November...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 2 — Must Watch Players!!

Committed Prospects Cox Mill High School (Concord, NC) 6’6” 2019 5-Star Wendell Moore (Duke) 6’6” 2019 Caleb Stone Carrawell (Charlotte) Southwest Guilford High School (High Point, NC) 6’1” 2019 Keyshaun Langley (UNC-Greensboro) 6’1” 2019 Kobe Langley (UNC-Greensboro) Prospects Holding Offers Chapel Hill High School (Chapel Hill, NC) 6’11” 2019 David Elien (Offers: Winthrop) North Mecklenburg...

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Jamie’s Breakout Performers at Phenom’s High School Jamboree (Session 1)

Year after year, this is the 6th year of the event, this platform is perfect for players to break out in a big way. Any time you have a baseline filled with college coaches and a court filled with incredibly talented players, something is bound to happen. Session 1 was no different. Add in incredible coverage of EVERY court and a live stream being blasted out by Baller TV and the amount of...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 2 — What We’re Looking For (Part 1/5)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 2 What We’re Looking For (Part 1/5) The Best Backcourt in the #HoopState Continued So last week we got to see Greensboro Day and North Mecklenburg High School both play. And they were both great. North Mecklenburg had two in their backcourt actually pick up offers and Greensboro Day was able to win all six of the halves they played, behind the strong play of...

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Jamie’s List of Five — Phenom’s High School Jamboree (Session 1)

6’6” 2019 Mike Christmas Landstown High School (VA) James Madison Commit Christmas came into this event as a committed senior. He had all four James Madison coaches sitting baseline, watching and rightfully so. With the amount of high major and mid major coaches in the stands, they had to protect their commitment. Christmas did everything during the day, scoring the ball at every level. He has a...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 10/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 What We’re Looking For (Part 10/10) The UnCommitted Seniors We previously wrote about the fourteen seniors attending tomorrow’s Phenom’s High School Jamboree who are already committed to colleges. This write up will speak more toward the seniors who have not committed but have yet to make a decision. We will also briefly touch on juniors who are sure to...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 9/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 What We’re Looking For (Part 9/10) The Committed Seniors With the host of college coaches who will be on the sidelines watching, this event is not all about exposure. Sure 2017 saw over 75 college coaches watching, however this event is also about getting your team ready for the high school season. Playing against top competition as you put in your sets,...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — Over 100 Must Watch Players

Committed Players Greensboro Day (Greensboro, NC) 6’9” 2019 Michael Fowler (James Madison) 6’3” 2021 5-Star Carson McCorkle (Virginia) Independence HS (Charlotte, NC) 6’6” 2019 Matthew Smith (Murray State) 6’7” 2019 Tyler Harris (Western Carolina) 6’2” 2019 AJ McKee (Queens University) Christ School (Arden, NC) 6’11” 2019 Brandon Stone (LaSalle) Metrolina Christian (Charlotte, NC) 6’8” 2019...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 8/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 2 What We’re Looking For (Part 8/10) Hickory Grove Christian Has Become Must Watch Last season Hickory Grove Christian (Charlotte, NC) finished 12-14, not typically a team that you look at to say, “they return a lot, watch out”. However, seeing their player development throughout the summer, this team returns a lot and NCISAA 3A should watch out. This team...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 7/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 What We’re Looking For (Part 7/10) New Life Christian Vs. Piedmont Classical (10:40AM Proehlific Park) Yesterday we spoke about Greensboro Day Vs. Independence High School, a couple of established programs, who will be battling it out at Phenom’s High School Jamboree. However, this one is about two newer programs who are trying to become established, and...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 6/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 What We’re Looking For (Part 6/10) Independence HS Vs. Greensboro Day (3:40 PM at Prohelific Park) Defending NCHSAA 4A Vs. Defending NCISAA 3A Greensboro, North Carolina is right smack in the middle of the state the nation (led by Webb Wellman) has dubbed The Hoop State. Right in the heart of Tobacco Road, where every college basketball season, the entire...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 5/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 What We’re Looking For (Part 5/10) The Mystery of Who is Liberty Heights Who is this school that college coaches have been flocking to, and why have they been going there throughout the open October period?! North Carolina is known for schools who continuously churn out star basketball prospects and put them in college. Great players tend to gravitate...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 4/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree (Session 1) What We’re Looking For – Part 4 Christ School’s Return to Prominence Without a question, over the previous 12 years Christ School (out of Arden, NC) has been one of the most storied programs in North Carolina. In that time frame, they carry a 340-84 record with 4 state titles. The amount of players they have put into college basketball has been...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 3/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree (Session 1) What We’re Looking For – Part 3 The Blow Up of 6’10” 2020 Jaylon Gibson So much talent comes from North Carolina, Webb Wellman was able to dub it The #HoopState, a name that has stuck nationwide. In fact, #HoopState is so synonymous with North Carolina, you can walk into any gym across the country and utter the term and people will immediately know where...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 2/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 What We’re Looking For – Part 2 Nationally Ranked Top 10 2022 MJ Rice We have been watching Durham Academy freshman MJ Rice for a couple of years now. He first walked through our doors in the Fall of 2016 and immediately opened our eyes. After the event we wrote, “Rice has a motor on him.  This kid runs the floor better than any big at camp.  At the middle...

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Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 — What We’re Looking For (Part 1/10)

Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 What We’re Looking For – Part 1 The Best Backcourt in the #HoopState There is no question about it, some of the best guards to play basketball hail from North Carolina. In fact, look at the make up of the NBA, you currently have three perennial All-Stars with Steph Curry, John Wall and Chris Paul, but you also have two other NBA point guards getting...

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What a Difference a Year Makes — 6’10” 2020 Jaylon Gibson

You walk into the gym at GRACE Christian in Cary, North Carolina and your eyes light up. Smiling, and an entire head and shoulders above everyone else, you see a slender 6’10” player with a 7+” wing span and you immediately take notice. However, when you saw junior Jaylon Gibson at Apex last season, it was a different story. What you saw was a slender 6’6”/6’7” post player who had upside, but a...

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