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NC Phenom 150 Session 3 Middle School All Tournament Team

5’4 2024 Aeneas Parsley (Langtree Charter) Aeneas Parsley simply enjoyed a banner day. He averaged 21.5 PPG, led his team to the camp championship and showcased a very advanced skill set for his age/grade. We’re talking about a really quick point guard that has excellent fundamentals, high basketball IQ, and a nice feel for the game. Although he was one of the camp’s leading scorers, we were...

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#NCPhenom150 Session Three: Miles Magical Five (Late Slate)

#115 6’10 2021 Jonathan Kurtas: Southlake Christian (NC) Kurtas is a traditional back to the basket big man with smooth footwork and touch over both shoulders. He’s a relentless rebounder, particularly on the offensive end. He provides a strong interior presence on both ends of the court, bullying smaller defenders with his size and strength. Expect a huge year out of Kurtas,...

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NC Phenom 150 (Session 3) – Afternoon Standouts … Part 2

5’9″ 2023 Elijah Omar (Jordan HS) – Despite being one of the younger players in the game, he was able to change the complexion of the game with his defense and tenacity. Omar plays with the utmost confidence in himself, he really shot the ball at a high clip and had the ball on a string. 6’10” 2021 Zach Stone (Victory Christian) – Stone walks into camp turning...

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#NCPhenom150 Session Three: Miles Magical Five (Early Slate)

#100 6’4 2022 Kheni Briggs: AL Brown (NC) Briggs is a really high level young player that has continued to make strides since our last viewing. He’s a strong bodied 2-guard that is always in attack mode on the offensive end, consistently going around or through his man to the basket. His outside shot is consistent and his above the rim capabilities allow him to create an abundance of...

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NC Phenom 150 (Session 3) Morning Standouts

6’6″ 2020 Reggie Raynor (Northwood Temple) – Raynor is a noted athlete, highly explosive and very above the rim, but today he has showcased the ability to knock down the 3-ball and initiate the offense. He is quickly becoming a must watch type player as he is starting to do at least one something spectacular each time he steps on the floor. 6’5″ 2021 Harper...

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