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Vance High School has a great accumulation of talent, at all ages. Led by freshman Jaylen Curry, sophomore Daniel Sanford and senior Daniel Ransom (WCU Commit), they are certain to be one of the most exciting teams in the 704.read more
Patrick and Rick headed out to the gym to get a better understanding of what the Cougars have this season. Here is what we found.read more
The 2022 forward duo of 6'10" Perry Smith Jr and 6'6" Daniel Sanford are explosive with ball skills and toughness. They teamed up with Team United on the 15u team and showed out!read more
Daniel Sanford is a 6'6" 2022 prospect who plays summer ball with Team United and high school ball at Vance High School in Charlotte, North Carolina.read more
There is no better time to review the growth of prospects than after their freshman season, where many of these young men have begun to separate themselves from one another. First and foremost, these are not Phenom Hoops’ official rankings. They are simply based on the opinions of the writer. Additionally, this class has a ton of talent and narrowing this list to only five players was a...read more
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
2020 #59 6’4 Ahmil Flowers (Greensboro) Ahmil is one of the most athletic kids in the state that nobody talks about. Flowers was a terror in transition and on the boards, he also has the potential to be a lockdown defender. Flowers does an excellent job of utilizing his body to navigate through traffic. Ahmil best basketball is ahead of him with his ability to fill the stat sheets up. #47 6’3...read more