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#PhenomChallenge: Miles Night One Standouts

6’7 2019 Revv Tholel: Team Loaded 704 Tholel did a really nice job impacting the games at both ends of the floor with his size, mobility, timing at the rim on the defensive end, and touch around the rim on the offensive end.  He’s a kid that should garner attention from D1s and D2s alike in need of a smooth front court piece that plays a productive brand of basketball. 6’3 2020 Devante...

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Prospects at Phenom’s Challenge LIVE who Would Look Good in the CAA, ASUN, Horizon Leagues

It is that time of year. Regional schools are mapping out their April Live periods. With only 3 days of LIVE period (well 2 really if you consider you cannot start until 6 on Friday and have to be done by 4 on Sunday) this year it is imperative that college coaches see the right players. In this series, we are taking a look at various leagues around this region and the players these coaching...

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Tennessee Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 8

Team 8 Coach: Grant Hodges   #34: 5’10 ’21 Clay Hodges (Hiddenite, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that stood out with his unbelievably scrappy, blue-collar approach on both ends of the floor, Clay Hodges. He’s a smart, high-motor point guard that offers a terrific balance of playmaking and three-level scoring. Hodges is like a coach on the floor and will do anything possible...

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Phenom’s Stay Positive Classic — Must Watch Unsigned Seniors

April is such an interesting time of the year. It is the time many programs are looking to start their process with the junior class. However, for many programs, they are still looking to finish off their current classes. This event is chock full with scholarship ready unsigned seniors. A couple of them are sure-fire division 1 types, however, they should all be sat by every D2 program in the...

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Breakout Candidates at the Phenom Opening

Every summer it happens, players on non-circuit teams, pop out of nowhere and become major recruiting targets for regional schools at every level. This year is very much the same, and even looking at it deeper, we are fortunate to live in North Carolina. Such a talent-rich state with dozens upon dozens of Division 1 talent walking around. Even with seven circuit teams, there are still ample...

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#1 Unsigned Senior 6’8″ Devin Collins GOES OFF at Tennessee Phenom 150

Somehow 6'8" Devin Collins is an unsigned senior with no offers. That is astonishing to us here at Phenom Hoops. With over 20,000 players who walk through Phenom Hoops doors every year, we see players who fall through the cracks often. This platform is proven exposure, maximum exposure.

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Afternoon Standouts at Tennessee Phenom 150 Camp

#34- 5’10 ’21 Clay Hodges- The high-motor point guard simply knows how to make his presence felt at all times. He plays convincingly hard on defense and is capable of setting the tone on that end of the floor. Hodges looks to make the right play whenever possible and will do anything to provide his team with an edge. #64- 6’1 ’21 Brandon Brown- Though somewhat reserved, the wing prospect has...

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Unsigned Senior Spotlight: 6’8 Devin Collins

The state of North Carolina is blessed with an overabundance of talent. In the North Carolina 2018 class, 60 plus players signed with D1 schools and another 40 plus signed to play at the D2, D3, NAIA or Juco level. Quite impressive numbers! This year, the 2019 class is on the same course to have 100 plus players continue to play at the collegiate level. However, we will be highlighting a new...

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Carmel Christian MLK Showcase Names and Storylines You Need to Know

Carmel Christian Vs. Independence was the Hoop State’s Game of the Year!! 6’9″ junior Obinna Anochili-Killen Chapmanville (WV) What is not to like about a high level defender, who is fluid with good hands and touch. The defensive switchability for Anochili-Killen is off the charts, exactly what you look for in modern basketball. Standing at a lengthy and explosive...

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Player Standouts at Session I of Phenom’s Carmel Christian MLK Showcase

Chapmanville (WV): 6’9 ’20 Obinna Anochili-Killen There’s a lot to like with this Chapmanville team, especially when Anochili-Killen is on the court. He’s long, athletic, and moves like a guard, which makes him a very intriguing two-way prospect. Anochili-Killen can do a solid amount of things on offense, as he can shoot, operate within two to three dribbles, and possesses excellent touch around...

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