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On Tuesday night, Phenom Hoops traveled to Southwest Guilford to see the Cowboys host the Mount Tabor Spartans. There was an incredible amount of quality basketball on display, especially given the key matchups from this contest. Quest Aldridge is the heart and soul of this Tabor team, so we were excited to see how the Langleys handled him defensively. The first half was fairly close and left...read more
Scroll to the Bottom to Watch the RAW Highlights from Each Team!! SW Guilford vs. Ben L. Smith Game Recap and Storylines Phenom Hoop Report travelled to Ben L. Smith High School to cover the marquee matchup between undefeated SW Guilford (11-0) and Ben L. Smith (8-5) both of the NCHSAA Piedmont 3A conference. It was a competitive game as SW Guilford took a narrow 33-30 lead going into halftime....read more
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 to take...read more
Public School Preseason All Guilford County 1st Team Basketball has been good to Guilford County over the last couple years the kids from the area have gone on to play college basketball at every level. In this 3 part series we will dive in with some of the top players in Guilford County. 6’1 2019 Keyshaun Langley (Southwest Guilford High School) Langley the point guard is a magician...read more
#20-Malcolm Knight- Quick, scrappy point guard prospect that locks down defensively and takes genuine pride in his play on that end of the floor. Knight attacks the basket regularly and does a nice job of finishing through contact. #23-Adam Omar- Polished point guard prospect with a sturdy frame and solid quickness; he does a great job of creating and consistently getting everyone involved in...read more