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The annual Give God the Glory Showcase delivered once again as the Phenom Hoops crew pulled up to the Gate City to get all the action jumping! Greensboro, North Carolina- This showcase had a good blend of breakout stars and some undervalued players on the recruitment trail really proved their worth, Sunday my phone was buzzing about the action the word is out and their is still valuable talent...read more
6’4” 2019 Joseph Cherry-Blue Team Premier 17s Cherry-Blue consistently put out huge performances throughout the event, including an event high 37 in his final game of the event. Cherry-Blue is a long armed, wide shouldered guard who easily found the bucket, in every game. He played very hard and he showed the ability to defend as well as the toughness to rebound. Watch closely here, he has the...read more
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...read more
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...read more
Every year the NC Phenom 150 Exposure camp brings out players from across the region, they are players who walk into the gym and want to compete. They want to showcase themselves and write their own stories. Spring of 2018 was no different, in fact we were able to sell out two camps with players coming from six different states around the area. There were some familiar names that we saw a ton of...read more