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Team 5 Coach: Kelly #5:5’10 ’20 Steven Riley Jr. (Ravenscroft) Starting things off, we look at a player that did an excellent job of running the team and operating within his role, Steven Riley Jr. He’s a long, wiry point guard prospect with IQ and a well-rounded skillset. Riley understands how to get his teammates involved and take advantage of easy scoring opportunities without forcing...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
Phenom Hoop Report finished its final high school team camp jamboree at Ben L. Smith High School in Greensboro, North Carolina. Again, we had an abundance of talented teams, high level coaches and collegiate prospects at every level. All the games were live streamed via Baller TV and a lot of questions going into the 2018-19 season was answered. Below is my All Tournament list based upon...read more
The final #PhenomSummerJam of the summer is over at Ben L Smith all day today and this group might feature the most top to bottom talent of any team camp we’ve had in the past week. Multiple high major prospects are in the gym today dueling it out with their high school squads before they had back to their respective AAU teams in the July Live Period. Let’s take a look at some of...read more
The show goes on here in Columbia, people really need to stop sleeping on the State of South Carolina as a basketball state, cause there’s a ton of talent in the public and private school leagues that’s been on display for the Phenom Hoops staff all day long… without further adieu let’s take a look at some of the top performers from the late morning/early afternoon...read more
What an event it was. There was so much talent in the gym, with a sold out event of some of the top teams from around the region. We had two defending NCHSAA state champions with Independence (4A) and Forest Hills (2A) competing (neither seemed to have lost a beat). It was a great collection of prospects and teams and it was awesome to have 15-20 college coaches in the gym, throughout the day....read more