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Phenom Hoop Report was on the sideline for Concord First Assembly vs. Hickory Grove Christian. Check out the full recap and player breakdown.read more
6’8 2019 Stephen Clark: Metrolina Christian (22 Points, 11 Rebounds, 8 Blocks) *CITADEL SIGNEE Clark is one of the most fundamentally sound bigs that I’ve covered this season, with his high level of court awareness, and ability to eliminate any mistakes from his game, The Citadel coaching staff has to be grinning ear to ear with the fact that he’s signed to play there the next...read more
Tennessee Prep: 6’6 ’19 Traizon Byrd The long, wiry wing prospect was extremely productive yesterday, shooting the ball exceptionally well from midrange and three-point territory. He carried his high-level play into their second showing at Phenom’s National High School Showcase with the exact same approach. Byrd held opposing defenses accountable from the perimeter and stretches the floor very...read more
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...read more
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...read more
Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 2 What We’re Looking For (Part 8/10) Hickory Grove Christian Has Become Must Watch Last season Hickory Grove Christian (Charlotte, NC) finished 12-14, not typically a team that you look at to say, “they return a lot, watch out”. However, seeing their player development throughout the summer, this team returns a lot and NCISAA 3A should watch out. This team...read more
North Carolina’s Class of 2021 Overflowing with Frontcourt Talent On Saturday, we published our first installment of a new series that dives into the Class of 2021 landscape within the Hoopstate. The purpose of these articles should allow folks to develop a deeper understanding of these younger prospects throughout the various stages of their growth. This class is already shaping up to be...read more