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North Carolina Phenom Top 80 Camp Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Ryan Bernardi   #1:5’8 ’22 Jordan Marsh (Hickory Ridge) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a strong array of two-way tools, especially for his age, Jordan Marsh. He’s an undersized point guard prospect that plays with great intelligence and looks to make the right play. Marsh is very quick with the ball in his hands and can beat his man off the dribble...

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Phenom Palmetto Winter Classic Standouts: Thursday Afternoon

Phenom Palmetto Winter Classic Standouts: Thursday Afternoon The 2nd Annual Phenom Palmetto Winter Classic started Thursday morning at Ben Lippen High School in Columbia, South Carolina. 16 teams are participating in the event with two eight team bracket play format. In the Palmetto bracket, we have the likes of Holly Springs (NC), Christ Church (SC), Ridge View (SC), Morgan County (GA),...

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Early Standouts at Phenom’s Palmetto Winter Classic

Heritage IJN: 6’2 ’20 Uziel Muteba The lead guard arguably enjoyed his best all-around performance of the season, as he was able to control the offense—primarily from beyond the three-point arc. He was able to knock down multiple attempts from the perimeter, but still showed his ability to enter the paint and make plays. Muteba has continually improved his overall feel for the game and should be...

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Player Standouts at Day Two of Phenom’s Hoops and Dreams

Heritage IJN 6’5 ’20 Robertas Jonaitis Right now, the most reliable and productive performer on this squad is clearly Jonaitis. He’s a long, explosive wing prospect that has a ton of attainable upside on both sides of the ball. Jonaitis handles the ball well and is able to consistently create his own shot, typically preferring to get to the basket and finish above the rim with his deceptive...

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Coach Rick’s Stock Boosters from the Carmel Christian Tip Off Classic

Coach Rick’s Stock Boosters from the Carmel Christian Tip Off The inaugural Carmel Classic Tip Off Classic presented by Phenom Hoop Report jumpstarted the 2018-19 North Carolina high school basketball season, not to mention the first time the 35 second shot clock was used in the state of North Carolina. While the use of the shot clock created a buzz and excitement, the action on the floor...

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Miles Magical Five: #CCSTOC2018

The inaugural Carmel Christian Tip Off Classic was filled with an abundance of talent from future top 5 NBA Draft Selections to high level D3 hoopers.  Narrowing this list down to five was extremely difficult, I had to base this list off of their performance in this event, and not sheer potential.  Here’s my magical five from an awesome weekend in Charlotte! 5. 6’3 2020 Tyler...

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Eye Catchers: Asheville Christian vs. Hickory Grove

Eye Catchers: Asheville Christian vs. Hickory Grove Asheville Christian Raishaun Brown (6’0, 2019): Brown came out hot in the first quarter, scoring 13 points in an array of ways. He displayed a very good ability to move around the floor and find those quick openings to get his shot off.  He was also very confident from behind the arc. Brown is an underrated guard that can flat out find ways to...

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Asheville Christian Vs Hickory Grove Christian Recap

The Skinny: Asheville Christian clearly looked like the more experienced out of the gate jumping out to a 54-33 halftime lead largely due to the backcourt play from 6’4 2020 Tyler McKinney and 6’0 2019 Raishaun Brown.  They combined for 41 of their team’s 54 points at the break.  Hickory Grove Christian was led by 6’4 2021 AJ Smith had 17 at the break for his Hickory...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 2: Evaluation Team 5

North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session Two Evaluations   Team 5 Coach: Darius Williams   #6:5’7 ’21 Patrick Cannon (Raleigh, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to make quite the impression as a spot-up threat during his time at camp, Patrick Cannon. He’s a point guard prospect with an expanding skillset and solid overall feel for his role. Cannon can initiate...

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Player Standouts at Phenom’s High School Jamboree (Evening Standouts)

Carolina Day: 6’4 ’19 DeAngelo Elliott The Elliott brothers are the heart and soul of this team, and DeAngelo was exceptional during this game, pushing the pace, operating off the dribble, and attacking the rim more than ever. With this squad, he’s extremely vocal and does an incredible job of leading by example on both ends of the floor. He should have a productive season and see a gradual...

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Jamie’s List of 5 — NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp (Session 2)

  6’7” 2019 Nate Dunlop Augusta Christian (Augusta, GA) Dunlop has great size and the ability to score the ball at all levels, against all opponents. After his performance at the South Carolina Top 80 he picked up offers from Navy and American. Yet again, Dunlop averaged close to 30 points. He can shoot the ball with deep range, he has explosion at the rim and he is able to get to his spots...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 2: Afternoon Standouts

#58-Miller Shouse- Hard-working guard prospect with a team-first approach; he fights for every rebound and loose ball possible. Shouse applied great pressure in transition today, both as a finisher and playmaker for others.   #81-Anthony Testa- Knockdown shooter with a great two-way motor; he simply knows how to make things happen on the court. Testa gets to his spots in transition and lets...

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Second Slate Stars: #NCPhenom150 Session Two

#166 6’7 2019 Nate Dunlop: Augusta Christian School This is Dunlop’s 3rd camp of the fall and each time he’s shown a different part of his offensive arsenal.  It’s well known that he can shoot the ball with deep range and finish above the rim, but what he showed myself and many others today is his ability to create offense off the bounce while still keeping his eyes up to...

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Tennessee Phenom 150: Evaluation Team 5

Tennessee Phenom 150 Evaluations   Team 5 Coach: Russell Biven   #33:5’10 ’21 Jalen Branton (Burnsville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that brought an excellent attitude and team-first approach to camp, Jalen Branton. He’s a guard prospect with the ability to thrive when slotted off-ball. Branton displayed the ability to knock down shots from midrange and three-point...

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Tennessee Phenom 150 Exposure Camp Recaps — 2020 Names to Know

6’10” Justus Shelton Mountain Heritage HS (Mars Hill, NC) We have been watching Shelton since he was in middle school and every viewing we have had he continues to get better. Shelton was an excellent rebounder here, showcasing the ability to rebound out of his area, especially on the offensive end. Shelton has great hands and also showed the ability to consistently knock down a jump hook over...

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Tennessee Phenom 150 Camp Award Winners

Phenom Hoop Report travelled to Kingsport, Tennessee to host the 2nd Annual Tennessee Phenom Camp. The event is held at TNT Sportsplex and the campers came from a five state radius. The players embraced the 3-dribble rule and the games showcased tremendous teamwork and making the extra pass. Now, let’s take a closer look at our camp award winners.   MVP: No. 77 6’4 2020 Tyler...

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Caleb Mills Stars, Bryson Childress Talks that Talk and Walks that Walk and More from Night One

Here are some of the top performers from Night one of #PhenomJmac PSB Elite Frazier: 6’4 2019 Caleb Mills:  Mills was in his bag all night long producing what felt like effortless 25+ point efforts in both of his games tonight.  He’s such a silky smooth guard that creates for himself in one of the smoothest fashions I’ve ever seen.  He had 75+ coaches watching him including...

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Bendel’s Best: Summer Havoc (Part Two)

Bendel’s Best: Summer Havoc (Part Two) As stated in our previous edition of Bendel’s Best: Summer Havoc, there were dozens of the most intriguing teams and prospects in the southeast on display in Spartanburg this past week. Scholarships were handed out and that is the goal, above all else. If you missed part one, click here…   6’3 ’20 Tyler McKinney (Team Vision-NC) Productivity is...

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