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For the second weekend in a row, Phenom Hoop Report headed to Proehlific Park to check out the talent from around the state of North Carolina and it may have been the best group of talent we have had in one 150 camp. The talent was absolutely everywhere and at all ages but here are just a few names that really stood out to our scouts on Sunday. — 2024 Darnerian Gibson One of the younger...read more
Check out a few standouts early on at the North Carolina Phenom 150 camp in Greensboro.read more
Team 1 Coach: Kelvin Mills #1: 5’4 ’23 Caleb Bruni (Jonesborough, TN) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to highlight a nice array of skills, Caleb Bruni. He’s a young, slightly undersized guard prospect with a solid feel for the game and the ability to operate with or without the ball. Bruni showed the ability to score from all levels while getting his teammates...read more
We have invaded the Gate City once again for another session of our Phenom 150 camp, this platform follows the prestigious Top 80 camp. The 150 camp really offers younger unknown players an initial chance to break onto the scene and gain notoriety throughout the state. Greensboro, North Carolina- With a nice balanced mix of young talent and unsigned seniors vying to make an impact late in the...read more
#16- 5’10 ’20 Jordan Coleman- The strong-bodied point guard has been among the top overall performers on display through the first three games. He’s smart, athletic, and relentlessly attacks the rim, where he made an abundance of quality reads. College coaches should be getting involved here. #23- 5’10 ’22 Kolby Ashe- There hasn’t been a more effective floor general than Ashe, who...read more
Team 4 Coach: Darius Williams #30: 5’6 ’22 Joshua McNair (Greensboro, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a fairly well-rounded skillset during his time at camp, Joshua McNair. He’s a young point guard prospect with solid IQ and a strong team-first approach to the game. McNair is a capable scorer, but typically looks to get others involved and score as needed. He’s...read more
The awards were given out for the top players at the camp. MVP, Mr. Playmaker, Mr. Hustle, Mr. Station and Mr. Defense were the awards given out. However, there were more than 5 players who really showed out. We want to shed light on all those who played well, provided our platform and their effort. Here are the next 5 up, the ones who just missed out on awards … 5’7” 2021 Kabe Ellis...read more