SC PHENOM 150 EVENT RECAPS

Bendel’s Best: Phenom Summer Finale (Part Two)

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops wrapped up the summer season in Greensboro, North Carolina with our annual Summer Finale. There was an abundance of talent in the gym, offers were given out, and high-level competition took place per usual. This article will take a closer look at some of the top standouts from the event…   6’5 ’20 Keishon Porter (Team Trezz) By now, everyone in the state...

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Evening Standouts at Phenom Summer Finale

6’0 ’20 Reggie Walton (Team Trezz) While other guys might draw more headlines, Walton is a very vital piece to Team Trezz. He’s a phenomenal playmaker that scored efficiently and defended full-court very well throughout this contest. Walton is smart, possesses all the intangibles that college coaches should be looking for, and simply does the little things that lead to winning games.   5’11...

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Prospects to Watch in North Carolina’s Class of 2022

This week, we looked at some of the most elite freshmen in the Hoopstate by putting out two separate installments of five special prospects. Today, we’ll do something a little different and take a look at guys that have just begun to hit their stride or are in the early stages of doing so. This list will highlight a variety of different prospects, but are not Phenom Hoops’ official rankings....

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Mel Abrams   #7:5’4 ’23 Kaprice Rowan Jr. (Columbia, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a lot of translatable skills during his time at camp, Kaprice Rowan Jr. He’s a young point guard prospect that plays with an impressive motor on both sides of the ball. Rowan proved to be a quality playmaker when attacking the basket, but also shot the ball quite...

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#SCPhenom150: Afternoon Standouts (Court Two)

#77 6’2 2020 Robert Nastase: Clover High School (SC) Nastase is a smooth, fundamentally sound, wing guard, that uses his strong fundamentals to have a positive impact on the outcome of the game.  He has a strong frame that he uses to fight over larger defenders for positioning and rebounds to go with his superb touch from the outside.  He’s a quiet killer, never making the loud...

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