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NCHSAA Coverage — Scholarship Schools Need Get to See South Granville…South Granville Vs. Warren County

The North Carolina 1A/2A Mixed Conference has a lot of talent in it, especially at the younger ages. You have 2021 studs like Terrance Harcum at Granville Central, Po King at Roanoke Rapids and Bobby Pettiford at South Granville. Here is an NCHSAA recap of the first round of this conference’s playoffs last night. Last night, South Granville faced off against Warren County. Both are 2A...

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Not Ranked Nationally, But The 6’6″ Junior’s Recruitment Will Say Top 100

Through his play this year, Trinity Christian’s 6’6″ junior Audiese Toney has more than stepped out of the shadows of his more well-known (and deserving) teammates. It is about time that the nation and college coaches take notice of Toney and all the production he brings to every game played as well. Originally from Alabama, the 6’6″ junior moved up to Fayetteville...

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An Unsigned Senior Guard You Got to Know

Unsigned senior guard Junub Chuol is one of the most unknown stars throughout our region. Sure he carries offers from the likes of UMass, Wyoming and others. Sure he played on the EYBL for the New York Lightning this past summer, and he averaged 9.5 points and 54% from the field. But still, Chuol is unknown. That should change soon. Chuol is of South Sudanese decent, but was born and raised in...

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Boston College Turned Their Program Around Mining the North Carolina Talent

People laughed at Boston College when the took Jerome Robinson, over a litany of mid-major offers. People laughed at Boston College when they took Ky Bowman late, out of Havelock, North Carolina. Two prospects, right in the middle of ACC and SEC Country who hold no offers from any school (outside of Boston College) in either of those two prominent leagues. Now, NBA analysts are talking about...

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From the Sideline: Five Impact Juniors

From the Sideline Five Impact Juniors One thing is for certain, the state of North Carolina is loaded with tremendous basketball talent at every level and class. This year, the freshman class of 2019 is no exception. This class is especially deep and talented. Today, let’s take a look at five impact juniors. 6’6 Wendell Moore (Cox Mill, Concord, NC) The evolution of Wendell Moore continues one...

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Phenom Hoops Coverage at the Next Levels (Tuesday, January 9)

Phenom Hoops coverage of the athletes who attended our events doesn’t just happen when they walk through our doors. We follow the careers of each of these athletes, whether it be high school or through college and even (in some cases) on to the NBA. In this segment, here is a recap of players who attended any number of events on our vast platform of exposure and how they did in their Division 1...

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Let’s Face It … What Ahmad Jeffries is Doing This High School Basketball Year is Special (and record breaking?)

Last night, 6’4” unsigned senior Ahmad Jeffries broke his school’s single-season scoring record…for the second time this season. Jeffries poured in 52 points in the win, breaking his previous school record of 49 points set earlier this year. He is turning his high school basketball year on its head in North Carolina this season. In the scoring explosion also made 11 3s, which also ties a school...

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Jamie’s Hot Take After a Career High for Grant Williams

Taking a look back and some of the articles we wrote about Tennessee sophomore Grant Williams, they seem to all have one common theme…don’t look at his size, look at his production. We provided titles like, “You Can’t Measure Heart”, “Playing With An Edge” and “Something To Prove…”. Even back then it was apparent, current Tennessee sophomore Grant Williams was vastly under-recruited because of...

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