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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Team Camp (Part Three)

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to Queens University for our annual June team camp, which featured an incredible amount of talent from various different pockets of the region. College coaches were in the building and kids got seen by a variety of different programs at the D2, D3, and JUCO levels. This article will take a closer look at some of the most impressive performers from over...

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Eye Catchers from #PhenomTeamCamp

It was a great weekend at Queens University.  The facility was great, the atmosphere was even better, and the talent was outstanding.  Teams competed at the highest of levels and are hoping to use this as a building block towards a successful season. Players took advantage of the platform as well, as these were the players that stood out from the event. 2020 6’4 Ricky Council IV (Southern...

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Team Camp (Part Two)

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to Queens University for our annual June team camp, which featured an incredible amount of talent from various different pockets of the region. College coaches were in the building and kids got seen by a variety of different programs at the D2, D3, and JUCO levels. This article will take a closer look at some of the most impressive performers from over...

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Sad Sam’s Phenom Team Camp Day 3 recap

Greetings HS hoops junkies from across the beach going piedmont. The Sadster is here to recap the final day of the Phenom Team Camp Session 1 at Queens University. Day 3 saw some upsets and North Meck’s younger players playing 3 games. It also saw more of the rise of Cabarrus County Part 2. Let’s get to the game recaps…. To kick off Day 3, Kannapolis Brown shocked Independence...

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Team Camp

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to Queens University for our annual June team camp, which featured an incredible amount of talent from various different pockets of the region. College coaches were in the building and kids got seen by a variety of different programs at the D2, D3, and JUCO levels. This article will take a closer look at some of the most impressive performers from over...

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Sad Sam’s Phenom Team Camp Day 2 Recap

Greetings HS hoops junkies from across the thunderstorm dodging piedmont. The Amazing One will now deal out his musings on Day 2 of the Phenom Team Camp Session 1 at Queens University. Once again, there was plenty of talent and memorable plays to be seen and The Sadster was impressed. To the Court 2 game recaps we go!……. The first game had an impressive Central Cabarrus squad sailing...

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Phenom Team Camp: Day 3 Standouts

By: Julia Funderburk Kheni Briggs (6’4, c/o 2022)—Briggs dominated at the Phenom Hoops JMAC Showcase at the beginning of the month and hasn’t stopped rolling since.  A force to be reckoned with in the paint, the rising sophomore for the A.L. Brown Wonders scored 16 in his first game of the day against Independence High.  His second half sparked a solid run to put the Wonders back on top after...

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#PhenomTeamCamp: Miles Late Night/Early Day Standouts

6’8 2020 Josh Hall: Moravian Prep (NC) Hall has established himself as one of the best prospects in the entire country.  He possesses an unbelievable set of tools with his three point range, overall fluidity, size, length, and athleticism that allow him to be a dominant player at the high school level.  He’s an incredibly dangerous spot up shooter, doing a great job moving without the ball,...

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Phenom Team Camp Day 2 standouts/ recap

6’5 2020 Jeremiah Dickerson Jeremiah Dickerson has worked as Dudley High School’s glue guy throughout this camp. He has provided a tremendous energy boost that elevates the play of their whole team. His second, third, and even fourth efforts for rebounds encourage his teammates to work just as hard on the glass. He excels at attacking the basket and has had some strong finishes after...

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Sad Sam’s Phenom Team Camp Day 1 recap

Greetings HS hoops junkies from across the patriotic piedmont. The Great One is here to give his report on Day 1 of the Phenom Team Camp Session 1 being held at Queens University. There is plenty of individual talent here but remember, this is a TEAM camp and team results matter. Here is a review of the games that The Sadster took in….. In the first game, Mallard Creek took out Highland...

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Phenom Team Camp: Aaron’s Day Two Standouts

6’4” 2020 Bryce Causey: Southwest Guilford High School (NC) Thrives in transition and can make the one dribble pull up shot with ease, was also able to find his teammates on back door cuts and easy layups throughout the game. His game is not limited to just the outside though as he was able to drive to the basket and finish through traffic on multiple occasions. Bryce has mastered the head fake...

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Player Rankings from Day 2 of Phenom Team Camp

This weekend, Phenom Hoops is located at Queens University for our annual June team camp, which has already featured an abundance of college and scholarship-worthy prospects. Dozens of college coaches have already come through our doors and many more are expected to follow. This article will rank the top performers from Saturday…   6’10 ’20 Javarzia Belton (Moravian Prep) 6’0 ’20 Anthony...

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Coach Rick’s Top Performers Day 2 Phenom Team Camp

Coach Rick’s Top Performers Day 2 Phenom Team Camp It was another exciting day at the Phenom Team Camp. Competition was tremendous and the crowds and college coaches in attendance were entertained to terrific play on the court. Before we take a look at the standout players on Day 2, let’s take a look at the top players from Day...

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#PhenomTeamCamp: Miles Day Two Early Standouts

6’2 2020 Jaheim McCathern: Newton-Conover High School (NC) McCathern was arguably the most steady two way performer for this Newton Conover team, his ability to rebound and play as a bruiser at his size is nothing to look over, playing much bigger than his listed 6’2 height.  He showed the potential to be a smooth outside shooter while showing the ability to face up and create his own shot off...

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Southern Durham Head Coach David Noel Gives Inspirational Post Game Speech

Former UNC star David Noel played on the 2005 NCAA National Championship team. After two years in the NBA playing with the Milwaukee Bucks and overseas, Noel returned to coach his alma mater as head coach of Southern Durham High School. In two short years, Coach Noel  has Southern Durham in the conversation has one of the better teams in the NCHSAA 3A classification. Playing in the Phenom High...

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Phenom Team Camp Day 1 Standouts

6’11 2022 Patrick Wessler (Butler High School) Already listed at 6’11, Wessler has the potential to be a true 7-footer by the time he’s finished with his high school career. His height and length as a rising sophomore are eye-opening, but his offensive polish combined with his size makes him a special prospect. Wessler can consistently hit post hooks with either hand, using his footwork and...

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Player Rankings from Day One of Phenom Team Camp

This weekend, Phenom Hoops is located at Queens University for our annual June team camp, which has already featured an abundance of college and scholarship-worthy prospects. Dozens of college coaches have already come through our doors and many more are expected to follow. This article will rank the top performers from Friday…

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Talent all over the place on Day 1 of the Phenom Team Camp

Sometimes, shots fall.  Other times, they don’t.  This was the main takeaway from Court Two during the first of three days at an exciting Phenom Team Camp at Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Court Two was an action-packed site for most of the first day, including two match-ups that lived up to the hype.  First up is the game between Moravian Prep (NC) and Chapmanville Regional...

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Flomo’s Fab Five: NCISAA Summer Showcase Session I

Day I of the NCISAA Summer Showcase was definitely a success! 30+ College coaches were in attendance, and a lot of players made great impressions. Honestly, there was a lot of talent in the building. It was tough narrowing it down but here are my top 5 performers from last night’s action: 2020 6’4 PG Ford Cooper Jr. (United Faith) Cooper is truly an extinction of the head coach on the floor, he...

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Phenom Team Camp: Aaron’s Day One Standouts

Hey guys, Aaron Dickerson is a young basketball fanatic that is looking to make his way into the recruiting game, he’s been shadowing me at the Phenom Team Camp and here are his day one standouts! By Aaron Dickerson 5’10” 2021 Jordan McPhatter: Butler High School (NC) An electric point guard with silky smooth handles and the ability to lead a team and distribute the ball and get everyone...

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Coach Rick’s Top Performers Day 1 Phenom Team Camp

Coach Rick’s Top Performers Day 1 Phenom Team Camp The first day of the Phenom Team Camp held at the beautiful campus of Queens University was a tremendous success. We have quality teams, great match ups and dozens and dozens of college coaches in attendance. With 45 plus teams in attendance, there was an abundance of quality play demonstrated throughout the day, but we will take a closer...

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PHR Team Camp: Day One Standouts (Early Set)

6’11 2022 Patrick Wessler: Butler High School (NC) The breakout performer of the weekend, Wessler is one of the most intriguing 2022 prospects the HoopState has to offer outside of the three obvious national guys with his physical gifts, excellent touch, and overall room to grow.  He possesses a nice blend of skill, size, brute, and high basketball IQ at a really young age and that’s why he...

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Early Standouts at Phenom Team Camp

6’4 ’20 Kalib Matthews (Henderson Collegiate) Thus far, no player has been better than Matthews, who was the main two-way leader in Henderson Collegiate’s early win. He’s such a matchup problem, given his blend of IQ, size, skill, and three-level scoring. No opponent was actually able to contain him, but Matthews still displayed unselfishness and applied scoring pressure within the flow of the...

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