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NC Top 80 Hot Takes

For the previous six years, Phenom Hoops has been honored to host the North Carolina Top 80, however (as we always say) this is NOT Phenom Hoop’s event, this is North Carolina’s event. This is the event where players get together to compete and see what the state and other classifications have to offer. However, this is also the event where the very best in the Hoop State get together and show...

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#NCTop80: Miles Magical Five Possible Summer Breakouts

Every year in the HoopState there are always a handful of players that breakout on the summer ball circuit.  Last year guys like Caleb Mills (Houston/Asheville Christian) and Kadin Shedrick (Virginia/Holly Springs) saw their recruiting profile grow in an almost unimaginable way.  Here are some potential guys that can see a similar breakout summer with their respective AAU Teams. #94 6’7...

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2020 NC Top 80 Breakout Performers

For the previous six years, Phenom Hoops has been honored to host the North Carolina Top 80, however (as we always say) this is NOT Phenom Hoop’s event, this is North Carolina’s event. This is the event where players get together to compete and see what the state and other classifications have to offer. However, this is also the event where the very best in the Hoop State get together and show...

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Bendel’s Best: North Carolina Top 80

Phenom Hoops’ NC Top 80 Camp continued to solidify its reputation as one of the top, most exciting exposure events across the state. The collection of talent is undeniable and the subplots are endless, which it a big part of what makes it so fun. This year’s field was arguably the most intriguing group to ever attend the event, featuring guys from all pockets of North Carolina. This article will...

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Morning Standouts at Phenom’s North Carolina Top 80

#28- 6’2 ’21 Jaquantae Harris- The lefty point guard has been arguably the most impressive floor general on display through the first slate of games. He’s so strong and in-tune with his skillset that it’s almost unfair for opposing guard. Harris is incredibly smart and navigates wherever he desires on the floor. He’s very polished and basically unstoppable when getting downhill.   #106- 6’8...

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NC Top 80 storylines we’re watching (P.2)

For years Dave Telep ran HIS Carolina Challenge and built it into the premier camp in North Carolina. The camp everyone looked forward to, both players and fans alike. Telep’s camp brought out the best talent, put it under one roof and allowed them to compete in a one-day showcase. Since Telep has moved on, taking on a role with the San Antonio Spurs, the North Carolina Top 80 has picked up the...

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Possible Breakout Performers at NC Top 80

Every year, the North Carolina Top 80 is an incredible event with such a surplus of talent, which makes it extremely difficult to narrow down the numbers and overall matchups. With the Class of 2019 now getting ready to depart for the college ranks, our main focus will shift towards the current juniors, sophomores, and freshmen. The excitement and anticipation of years Top 80 should fall right...

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Jamie’s List of 5 (+2) — North Carolina’s 2020 July Breakouts

6’2” Luke Stankavage AAU: Hoop State Elite 2020 High School: Ardrey Kell Stankavage is a pure shooter, more so than that he is a pure scorer. While playing varsity at Providence Day as an 8th grader, he missed his 9th grade season at Ardrey Kell with a knee injury. He came back for his sophomore year on a mission averaging 12 points per game and finishing the year on a tear in the playoffs with...

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Miles’ Magical Five: Top Point Guards of Day Four at #PhenomSummerHavoc

I want to start this off by saying that there are six courts in this building and I’m only one man, so If I didn’t see a certain performance please don’t come at me, but let’s get to the top five Point Guards from the action today. Honorable Mention: 6’0 2019 Jamarii Thomas: New Light Disciples Thomas isn’t going to wow you with his size or athleticism, what...

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Player Profile – 6’2″ 2020 Jajuan Carr (Trask HS / WBC Elite 17s)

It was only a matter of time before 6’2” 2020 Jajuan Carr picked up his first offer. On June 15, Carr picked up an offer from East Carolina University, a big first offer as they are considered a “Power 6” program in the American Atlantic Conference, the conference that broke off from the Big East a couple years ago and has programs such as UConn, Wichita St, Cincinnati, SMU, Memphis, etc…in the...

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Phenom’s 3G Showcase — Today’s 6 to Know (Day 1)

Today’s 6 to Know Day 1 Phenom’s 3G Showcase 6’4” 2020 Lemario Wilkerson NC Empire Go Hard Wilkerson is a name that college coaches will soon get to know. The explosive lefty has a complete game from the guard position. He has great pace as a secondary ball handler, explosion at the rim (numerous dunks in traffic) and a smooth jump shot that was consistent from the mid-range. Mid level colleges...

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5 to Watch … Phenom’s 3G Showcase

Phenom’s 3G Showcase || May 19-20 || Fayetteville, NC (Freedom Courts) 6’9” Miles Evans NC Empire Elite 16s Evans has great size, with a sturdy frame and long arms. What intrigues so much about the high academic lefty is his ball skills. He has great hands and touch with range that extends out beyond the 3-point line. Evans continues to get better each time he steps on the floor, as his...

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Player Profile: 6’2″ 2020 JaJuan Carr

6’2” 2020 Jajuan Carr Heide Trask HS/WBC Elite 17s If you don’t know the name JaJuan Carr yet, as fans and as college coaches you need to go ahead and get to know it. This season he led his Heide Trask High School team to a 25-3 record and in doing so the sophomore led his team in points, assists and steals while finishing second in rebounds. He is a sturdy and explosive point guard. He can...

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NC Phenom 150 Prospects Who Put Themselves on the D1 Radar

For 15 years now the NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp has built a platform of national level exposure. Year after year, players come from all over the East Coast as the reputation has continued to build from continuing to do things the right way. The most beautiful part about the NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp platform, every year, is that players come out of no where and firmly place themselves as...

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NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp, 2020 Names you Need to Know

What a great day of basketball the Spring NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp always is…2018 Session 1, which took place on March 4 at Proehlific Park brought a sold out crowd of prospects, many of them new names, to start their story. Freshmen prospects from the 2021 class, all the way to unsigned seniors from the 2018 class came to compete. Phenom Hoops had digital media in the house, national scouts...

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