One program that has been consistent at the Phenom Hoops events is the High Point Havoc. They possess a unique and fun to watch kind of style, spreading the floor, running and gunning, and no matter who is on the floor, they are going to light up the scoreboard.
Here are a few names to know.
Cameron Whiteside (6’4, 2018): Whiteside is a natural scoring guard that helps leads this team. Phenom Analyst Jeff Bendel puts him as the “glue guy” for this team that can do it all on the court, both offensively and defensively. He recently took a visit to West Point and has garnered other interests.
Andrew Greene (6’3, 2019): Greene recently added his first offer from Campbell and is garnering a ton of interest from programs in a recent interview with Phenom Hoops. He continues to work on being a complete player, not just a pure shooter. His game is really coming in full effect and programs are taking notice. His ability to attack the paint is only getting better.
Jordan Roberson (6’1, 2018): Roberson is more of the leader of this group and is a flat out shooter, just like the rest of his team. He plays with a great pace to his game and plays within himself. Fayetteville State has shown interest his way but is very underrated
Jeremy Butler (6’0, 2018): Butler is the do it all type guy on both ends and would say he is the defensive leader of this group. He makes smart plays and is not afraid to step in front of a defender.
Garrett Flinchum (6’3, 2018): Flinchum may be someone people overlook but certainly shouldn’t be. He comes off the bench and plays within the offense. One thing for sure is that he isn’t afraid to let it fly and is confident in his shot.
Cooper Cunningham (6’5, 2018): Cunningham plays as the big man for this squad but fits perfectly in the scheme of what his coaches want. Cunningham competes down but stretches the floor like everyone else and is a knockdown three-point threat.
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