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Team Charlotte 16U claims Gold

   A short handed Team Charlotte handled business Greensboro, North Carolina- Team Charlotte was able to capture the 16U championship Sunday without two noticeable pieces. Five star Jalen Hood- Schifino was off with Team USA, and high scoring combo guard Kris Robinson was also absent from this weekends showcase. None the less it was next man up for this  Team CLT squad, and the guys present...

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THINGS GOT HEATED!!! CP3 All Stars vs Team CLT at Phenom Stay Positive!!! Raw Game Highlights

Check out highlights between CP3 All Stars and Team CLT 17U at the 2019 Phenom Stay Positive. Things got heated between the two rival NC teams as the game came down to a last minute shot. Check out the highlights here and subscribe for more recruiting news and highlights!

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Jaden Seymour, AJ Smith, & Tristan Maxwell READY TO RUN CHARLOTTE! Team CLT 17U Raw Highlights!!!

Check out highlights from Team CLT 17U, who RELOADED in a MAJOR way! They're led by Jaden Seymour, AJ Smith, & Tristan Maxwell this season on the Under Armour Association. These highlights are from the Phenom Opening AAU tournament. They'll be competing this weekend at the Phenom Stay Positive.

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Phenom’s Stay Positive — What We’re Looking For (Part 1)

The schedule is out and the stage is set. There are 70+ teams coming to Greensboro, North Carolina this weekend to participate in the 2nd Annual Stay Positive Classic. Stay Positive is an organization that helps with the Give God Glory foundation, started by two-time brain cancer survivor Eric Day. It is great when the community comes together to buy in for a great cause, Cancer Research is a...

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Jalen Hood-Schifino & Bryce Alfino LEAD TEAM CLT 16’s to CHAMPIONSHIP at Phenom Opening!

Each player is on different ends of the spectrum. 6'4" 2022 Jalen Hood Schifino is nationally ranked, carries multiple high major offers and is a part of Team USA basketball ... His travel ball backcourt made, 6'5" 2020 Bryce Alfino does not have offers and is not ranked.

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The Phenom Opening Breakouts

Travel ball season is finally here … this past weekend Phenom Hoops had around 100 teams, from 5 different states, convene on Greensboro to kick off their summer seasons and boy did this one go out with a BANG!!

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What Were Looking For at the Phenom Opening

Want to know why you should attend the Phenom Opening in Greensboro this weekend? These are all the reasons you need.

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Phenom Opening Team Preview: Team Charlotte 16u

It is finally here.  The AAU season kicks off in style with Phenom Hoops, as we head to Greensboro to open the season with the Phenom Opening. Players of all ages will come to North Carolina in hopes to compete and start the season off. This will be a CAN’T MISS EVENT, as we may have never started off the season with this much talent on so many levels.  That is why we are hoping to get...

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FRESHMAN PHENOM Jalen Hood Schifino is a 5-STAR!! #NCTop80 Raw Highlights + Interview!

Jalen Hood Schifino is already thought of on the national level. He has been invited to all the Team USA mini-camps and is routinely being ranked among the nation’s Top 25 prospects for his class. Standing 6’4″, the freshman point guard at Northside Christian really took charge this season, opening things up for himself and his teammates. However, this comes as no surprised as...

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8th Grader Trey Green is NEXT UP for NBA vet Jeff McInnis’ Team CLT

Team Charlotte has been known to put out stud guards. Tyshon Alexander, David Caraher, Devon Dotson, Keyshawn Woods, and the list goes on. Without question, 11 year retired NBA vet Jeff McInnis knows how to produce high level D1 talent. Well don’t look now because Trey Green is next on the way. The sweet shooting point guard has ridiculous ball skills. His vision and his handle are second...

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Phenom Queen City Middle School Showcase Recap: Player Standouts 14U

Phenom Hoop Report was on deck all day to check out the next young, upcoming talent from around the area this weekend at the Queen City Middle School Showcase.  The players didn’t disappoint at all, as players and teams displayed some intriguing talent that will be names national scouts are talking about in the upcoming years.  Our scouts wanted to recap an amazing, loaded event with names...

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Names to Watch at Queen City Middle School Showcase

Phenom Hoop Report couldn’t be any more excited about kicking off what should be a fun few months, especially with a chance to watch the next up-and-coming talent from around the region.  That is what the Queen City Middle School Showcase will bring you. It allows everyone to learn new names and check out new talent, as well as see the development of a few future stars. That is why we have been...

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All-Star Weekend Part Two in CLT??

This past weekend the basketball world was centered around the 704 with the NBA All-Star weekend coming to town.  The streets were filled with influencers, celebrities, NBA Stars, and representatives from some of the biggest brands in the country.  The atmosphere in the city was undeniable, there was so much going on in an already busy place, and it felt great to feel like a part of something...

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Blossoming Power Forward Calls it for the Catamounts

Over the last few years, it seems like more and more student-athletes are placing an increased emphasis on fit and relationship as opposed to forcing themselves to the highest possible level. That’s becoming a major part of how programs build success, as it cuts down on outgoing transfers and allows players to comfortably develop their game. It’s a contributing factor that has vaulted teams like...

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North Carolina’s Class of 2021: Point Guard Paradise

Over the last week, we have put out numerous articles covering the Class of 2021 in the Carolinas. Today, we’ll shift our focus back to North Carolina and look at some of the notable rising sophomores at the point guard position. Each of the prospects we’ll look at in this article have already shown college-level ability, yet possess distinct differences from one another. This will be an ongoing...

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North Carolina’s 2022 Class is Next in Line

Every year we say the rising 9th grade class in North Carolina is an all-timer of a class. Every year however, the talent never seems to disappoint. The 2022 class will be no different, already, there are players in this class tracking high, on the national level. Just recently USA basketball sent out invitations to the USA Junior National Mini Camp set to take play October 4-7 in Colorado...

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Jamie’s List of 5: Who is Available in North Carolina’s 2019 Class

North Carolina’s 2019 Rankings This is the time of year colleges are re-shuffling their recruiting boards. Players are forming their lists and choosing their schools and coaches are needed to fill their rosters. North Carolina’s 2019 class is incredibly deep, yet as of this writing only 10 players have committed to their program of choice. Of course there are a good number of kids...

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The Carolinas’ Top Rising Freshmen Shine at CP3 Rising Stars Camp

Over two hundred of the top eighth graders were on display in Greensboro, North Carolina this weekend for the prestigious CP3 Rising Stars Camp. There were many intriguing subplots throughout the event, including the basis of this article, which will highlight five prospects from the Carolinas that made the Top 24 All-American contest. Perry Smith Jr. was the lone Palmetto-state representative...

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Brandon Lee’s Big Three: JMAC Day Two storylines

Greensboro, North Carolina- Day two at the JMAC showcase was full of drama, highlights , and more importantly story lines. Here are a few that stood out to me during the action filled Thursday.   Team ENC is on a mission to put on for Eastern North Carolina This group is as tough and scrappy as the place in the state they all love to rep, Coach Andre Sutton had his guys giving everything on both...

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Phenom’s JMac Showcase — Day 1 Storylines

The college coaches showed up and the players showed out. With over 125 coaches in the gym, standing 3 and 4 deep in parts of the gym, players performed at a high rate. This was just night one, we have four more nights to go. Here are some storylines from the first four game sets… Head Coach Watch Steve Wojciechowski (Marquette) Brad Brownell (Clemson) Kelvin Sampson (Houston) Mike Morrell...

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Five more to Know: Phenom Champion Showcase

6’3, 2020, Ja’Quez Cooke (Charlotte Dragons)  Cooke is a physical wing prospect and he got everything he desired on the drive. Cooke is agile off the bounce, he’s got a surprisingly smooth handle in the open floor, and Cook utilizes his stocky frame to muscle through the paint. In one of the most competitive games on the day Cooke put up a strong 17 pts against Team Winston....

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Expect Team Charlotte 2022 Prospect To Be a Top 30 Recruit Moving Forward

When you’re watching basketball, no matter the age, the elite players stand out almost immediately. We have been familiar with Jalen Hood-Schifino as he has previously attended numerous camps and events of ours. At Phenom’s Queen City Middle School Showcase this past weekend, you noticed Hood-Schifino as a stand out quickly. Already standing 6’3” and in most games, Hood-Schifino walks on the...

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Today’s 5 to Know — Phenom’s Queen City Middle School Showcase

Today’s 5 to Know Phenom’s Queen City Middle School Showcase What a great day of basketball. The players, the teams, the fans everyone came alive and the gym was rocking at times. With named programs like Team United, Team Loaded, Upward Stars, Team Charlotte and NC Red Storm. There were some great local teams who played great team basketball like Tournament Time out of West Virginia, Capital...

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