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NC Phenom 150 Evaluations Team 16

The NC Phenom 150 Spring Evaluation Camp took place Saturday, March 14th and the talent level was strong from top to bottom. Today, we will take a look at some of the players from each individual team. Each camp coach was to fill out a detailed individual player evaluation. While we try to focus on upside and potential, we also look carefully at intangibles such as attitude, cooperation, work...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 12

Full team evaluations from the NC Phenom 150 in Greensboro Qmar Stroman – #25, 5’7 “Qmar played as hard as he could all day.  Unfortunately he had a knee injury and wasn’t himself.  He should be a decent ball handler and was quick on the floor before his knee injury.  He really showed poise on the court with a good attitude for the game.  His release on his shot was good and as mentioned...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 11

Team 11 Coach Hargrove Addison Lawrence – #11, 5’7 “Very crafty player, great passer with the ball in his hand as well as on the break.  Lawrence has great vision, very tough player that can play hard-nose defense on his opponent.  He will be a very good ball player, very shifty with the basketball, very hard working prospect to guard off the dribble.” Areas of Excellence: attitude,...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 18

Team 18 Coach Steve Cobb #187 6’5 ’19 Davis Guyton of Christian (Academy Myrtle Beach, SC) Davis is a post player with great size. He has great hands and the ability to finish at the rim. He displayed his sneaky ball handling skills has he was able to penetrate to the basket for some easy scores. He has good shooting mechanics and can go down low in the paint because of his good feet and post...

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Phenom Hoops Brings Exposure and the NCAA Tournament is Proof

It is no secret, Phenom Hoops reputation is of an organization who puts players in front of college coaches. It is no secret, Phenom Hoops reputation is of an organization who puts players in front of college coaches. Not only does Phenom Hoops bring elite exposure to the prospects, but the elite schools around the country have taken notice and made it a point to subscribe to the Phenom Hoop...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 15

Team 15 Coach Will Jones #170 Cameron Phronebarger 6’5 PF 2019 He is a very strong player. Can put the ball on the floor well for a big man. Has a very good outside shot and he is very confident. He moves well without the ball. He rebounds outside of his area and pushes the ball well to start fast breaks. Areas of Excellence: attitude, ability to finish, footwork, rebounding your position, range...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 16

Team 16 Coach Kenneth Crump #133 Andrick Cole Andrick has the ability to be a special player. He has a really long frame and plays the game with excitement. He can play many positions. He is a great teammate and gets everyone involved. He makes it look easy. The kid is a DI player. Areas of Excellence: attitude, effort, team play, range of shot, shooting off the dribble, back to the basket...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Billy Lassiter #4: 5’6 ’20 AJ Jones of Phillip O. Berry (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player whose ability to run his unit stood out immediately, AJ Jones. He’s a lead guard with great quickness and two-way ability. Offensively, Jones is a quality guard; he’s able to score on three levels, handle and distribute the ball, each with great efficiency. On the other end,...

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North Carolina Phenom 150, Coach K Special Report Best in Show (Part III)

Number 167 Team #18 Jace McKenney. Class of 2019 6’5 With his game there isn’t one particular item that jumps off the page. Rather, it’s a culmination of a number of factors. Let’s start with his basketball IQ. McKenney has innate feel and sees the floor well. It comes as no surprise that he’s an accomplished passer and will get the ball to the open man. Next this...

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North Carolina Phenom 150, Coach K Special Report Best in Show (Part III)

Number 167 Team #18 Jace McKenney. Class of 2019 6’5 With his game there isn’t one particular item that jumps off the page. Rather, it’s a culmination of a number of factors. Let’s start with his basketball IQ. McKenney has innate feel and sees the floor well. It comes as no surprise that he’s an accomplished passer and will get the ball to the open man. Next this...

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North Carolina Phenom 150, Coach K Special Report Best in Show (Part II)

Number 142 from Team #7 Derek Young Jr. Class of 2020 6’3 This kid is very young, but he is a very smooth and very skilled at a young age.  He’s terrific at getting in the lane and creating for teammates or finishing himself. He has range on his shot to 19 feet and possesses excellent court vision. At his size as a young player, there are few that can match his almost 7 foot wingspan that...

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North Carolina Phenom 150, Coach K Special Report Best in Show (Part I)

Number 1, Team # 1 Johancy Alverez. Class of 2017   5’4 This young man out of Monroe North Carolina is a throwback for all of you old basketball heads and ACC fans of the 70’s remember Skip Brown at Wake Forest.  Yeah at only 5’4 Johancy demonstrating electric plays on both ends of the floor are reminiscent of Brown. He defends as well as he plays offense; let me repeat that coaches this young...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 13

Full team evaluations from the NC Phenom 150 in Greensboro #13 5’7” 2020 Nathan Woolard of John Paul II (Greenville, NC) Woolard is a high motor player on both ends of the floor. He carries a scorer’s mentality where he is both capable and confident. Woolard’s camp coach stated, “Nathan is a smooth combo guard. He plays well without the ball and is a good defender both on and off the ball....

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 8

Team 8 Coach: Montreko Gaddy #8: 5’7 ’20 Joshua Harris of Forest Hills (Marshville) Starting things off, we look at a player whose strong defensive abilities greatly benefitted the team, Joshua Harris. He’s a lead guard that has a nose for the ball; he flies everywhere on the court and causes havoc whenever possible. Offensively, Harris is a pretty nice shooting inside the arc and does well on...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: Larry Williams #6: 5’6 ’18 Joshua Suggs of Queens Grant (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player whose ability to lead the team on both sides of the floor was very beneficial, Joshua Suggs. He’s a lead guard with solid scoring ability, but it’s his vision and overall poise that allowed him to be a vocal member of the team. Defensively, Suggs is quite sharp, especially...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 7

Team 7 Coach: Reginald Mosley #7: 5’7 ’20 Alijah England of Rabun Gap (Staten Island) Starting things off with a player who proved to be a huge benefit for his team, on both sides of the ball, Alijah England. He’s a lead guard with solid all-around ability and loads of potential to go with it. Offensively, England makes smart decisions, plays within the flow of the offense and has a good...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 10

#10 Deandre Rushie (6’1, G/F) “Deandre is a hard worker and challenges himself and his opposition every play.  He knows down the open jump shot and can put it on the floor and attack the basket.  He rebounds the ball well for a guard and finishes well on putbacks as well.  His effort and attitude will allow him to grow into a good player down the road.” Areas of Excellence: attitude, effort,...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 14

#14 5’8” 2017 Shaquice Futrell of The Academy at Smith (Greensboro, NC) Futrell is a team guy who displayed a great attitude throughout camp. He is a nice physical guard with an above average handle and court vision. Futrell’s camp coach stated, “Shaquice is a sturdy guard with a good motor who showed the ability to finish through contact.” As he continues to improve we would like to see him...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: Jaquar Moorman #5: 5’6 ’20 CJ Jones of Phillip O. Berry (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player that did an excellent job generating offense for the team, CJ Jones. He’s a lead guard with a nice handle and a knack for finding his teammates whenever possible. Jones displayed the ability to score inside the arc quite well and did a quality job getting into the paint....

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POB’s Standouts (Part I): NC Phenom 150

Jefferson Boaz (6’7, 2020, East Surry): Young man but nice size at 6’7.  What really stood out though was his ability to stretch the defense and his ability to hit the open jumper, even knocking down the three ball.  Really keeps his head up and looks for his teammates. Bright Okongwu (6’10, 2020, Rabun Gap): One thing can be said is that you can’t teach size and this kid has that already. ...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 9

Team 9 Coach Daymond Lindell #9 Corey Hudgins (5’7, PG) “Corey is an exceptional floor leader who has a tremendous knowledge of the game of basketball.  His basketball IQ is very high, along with his ball handling skills.  Corey has the ability to make his teammates better by creating successful situations on the floor for his teammates to achieve at a high level.  He takes smart shot and makes...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Brian Allen #1: 5’4 ’17 Johancy Alvarez of CATA (Monroe) Leading things off, we look at a prospect that led his team both on and off the court while playing above his size, Johancy Alvarez. It’s easy to notice that he’s a senior, as he plays with a poise and creativity that younger guys his size simply cannot. Offensively, he creates quite well for himself and others, always...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 2

Team 2 Coach: Stan Carpenter #2: 5’5 ’20 Tyrik Becton of North Lenior (Kinston) Starting things off, we look at a player that displayed a high level attitude along with the strong ability to get to the rim, Tyrik Becton. He’s a natural lead guard that shows off a tight handle and uses it to maneuver in the lane, creating open looks for himself and others. Defensively, he’s solid, but has the...

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Unsigned Seniors: NC Phenom 150

Always, Phenom Hoops platform is exposure. The NC Phenom 150 brings out the players as well as the scouts and coaches to watch. Many players have started their stories and broken out at this camp One of the great features of the Spring NC Phenom 150 exposure camp is the amount of unsigned seniors who come. Their season is over and they need exposure in order to get to the next level. There are...

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Today’s 5 to Know NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp

This was the 14th annual Spring NC Phenom 150 exposure camp, and as with the previous 14 years there are so many guys who come out and make their names at this camp. The 2017 version of this camp was no different. There were some unsigned seniors along with some freshman who really came out and performed at a high level. It was impossible to only find 5 players who stood out, I am sure that if...

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Unsigned Senior: 6’6” Josh Woodard West Brunswick HS (Supply, NC)

Production is the name of Joshua Woodard’s game. The sturdily built 6’6” 2017 graduate of West Brunswick High School does a little bit of everything on the floor. With a frame that is ready for college basketball now, his skill set allows him to put up numbers across the board. Woodard is tucked away in Supply, a town of around 10,000 people in southeastern North Carolina between Wilmington and...

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NC Phenom 150 Team Evaluations: Team 17

Team 17 Coach: Teddy Schickel #17: 5’8 ’18 Jordan Lipscomb of Hopewell (Huntersville) Starting things off, we look at a player whose ability to get teammates involved consistently stood out, Jordan Lipscomb. He’s a fairly quick lead guard that looks to push the ball in transition whenever possible and often succeeds. Lipscomb is a decent all-around player but still has room to grow. Next for his...

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Breakout Players: NC Phenom 150

A platform of exposure, this is what the NC Phenom 150 exposure camp is all about. The camp set up is first come, first served as an open invitation event so that if you want the exposure you can get it. Every camp, every year, there are players who come out of nowhere and start their story. This year’s was no different. Numerous players started their story. 6’5” 2019 Gavin Rains Wheatmore HS...

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NC Phenom 150 Standouts (Jason Porter) (Part I)

Here are some names that impressed Phenom Hoops analyst Jason Porter Team 3 Game one gave us a look at 2019 6’7 F Jake Van Der Heijden (Ravenscroft). Young big shows skill, touch, and potential in his game. Jamarius Hairston, 6’4 2018 G at Jesse Carson HS – Kid is wired to score. Very active player turned defense, hustle, and effort into production. Reid Bowen, 6’4 2018 G at Rolesville HS – Long...

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NC Phenom 150 Standouts (Jason Porter) (Part II)

Here are some standouts from teh NC Phenom 150 from Jason Porter Team 15 Ryan Ayers, 6’5 2019 F at West Forsyth HS – Nothing not to like here. Young big has easy touch around the basket and can step out and hit as well. Very developed at this stage of career. Tyler High 6’3 2017 F at First Flight HS – Senior plays exactly how you want your seniors to play. Makes the right plays at the right time...

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