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Phenom National Showcase: November 10-11



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    Phenom's National Showcase -- November 10-11  (Greensboro Day School, Greensboro, NC

    Friday, Novmeber 10, 2017
    Dillard Gymnasium Auxillary Gymnasium
    Game Time Home Visitors Game Time Home Visitors
    4:30PM Word of God Orangeville Prep
    6:00PM Greensboro Day Fayetteville Academy 6:00PM Oak Hill Red Legacy Charter
    7:30PM Northwood Temple Providence Day 7:30PM Cannon Lee-Huntsville
    9:00PM Christ School Carmel Christian 9:00PM Mountain Mission Athlete Institute
    Saturday, November 11, 2017
    Dillard Gymnasium Auxillary Gymnasium
    Game Time Home Visitors Game Time Home Visitors
    11:15AM Liberty Heights Northwood Temple
    12:30PM Carmel Lee-Huntsville 12:30PM Athlete Institute Heritage Academy
    1:45PM Trinity Christian Ravenscroft 1:45PM Orangeville Prep Mountain Mission
    3:00PM Providence Day Word of God 3:00PM Christ School Forsyth Country Day
    4:15PM Greensboro Day York Prep 4:15PM United Faith Cannon

    Phenom’s National Showcase List of Alums

    In The NBA
    Dwayne Bacon (Florida State/Charlotte Hornets), Thomas Bryant (Indiana/Los Angeles Lakers), Harry Giles (Duke/Sacramento Kings)

    McDonalds All Americans
    Sacha Killeya Jones, Dwayne Bacon, Miles Bridges, Thomas Bryant, Billy Preston

    Top 100 Ranked Prospects
    Sacha Killeya Jones, Dwayne Bacon, Miles Bridges, Thomas Bryant, Harry Giles, Curt Jones, Miles Bridges, Braxton Key, Khadim Sy, Lindell Wiggington, Matt Coleman, Devontae Shuler, Tyshon Alexadner, Mario Kegler, Justin Jackson, Jethro Tshisumpa, Daniel Giddens, Eli Wright, Sedee Keita, Nickeil Alexander Walker, Joe Hampton, Josh Reaves, Blake Harris, Ian Steere, Deshawn Corprew, DJ Burns, Juwan Gary, Oscar Tshwiebe, Brandon Huffman, Rasir Bolton, Coby White, Josiah James, David McCormack, Jairus Hamilton, Josh Hemmings, Nate Hinton, Manny Bates, Billy Preston

    D1 Commitments
    Curt Jones (Indiana), Miles Bridges (Michigan State), Josh Reaves (Penn State), Braxton Key (Alabama), Khadim Sy (Virginia Tech), Terrence Phillips (Missouri), Lindell Wiggington (Iowa State), Matt Coleman (Texas), Devontae Shuler (Ole Miss), Tyshon Alexander (Creighton), Levi Cook (Depaul), Sacha Killeya Jones (Kentucky) Mario Kegler (Mississippi State), Justin Jackson (Maryland), Mike Okauru (Florida), Nick Claxton (Georgia), Jethro Tshisumpa (Arizona State), Maciej Bender (West Virginia), Harold Baruti (Washington), Daniel Giddens (Ohio State>Alabama), Eli Wright (Mississippi State), Ted Kapita (NC State), Darius Hicks (NC State), Jordan Bowden (Tennessee), Sedee Keita (South Carolina), John Fulkerson (Tennessee), Grant Williams (Tennessee), Nickeil Alexander Walker (Virginia Tech), Ebuka Izunda (Miami), Jalen Harris (New Mexico State>Arkansas), Blake Harris (Missouri), Brandon Huffman (UNC), Billy Preston (Kansas), Deshawn Corprew (Texas Tech), Ian Steere (Creighton), Rasir Bolton (Penn State), Coby White (UNC), BJ Mack (Virginia Tech), Tyler Maye (VCU), Josh Hall (Nevada), Justice Kithcart (Pittsburgh>Old Dominion), Adam Sledd (Western Carolina), Greg Williams (Missouri State), Ian Kinard (SC State), Mamadou Diarra (Missouri), Renathan Ona Embo (Tulane), Joe Hampton (Penn State), Marquell Frazer (VCU), Ian Dubose (Houston Baptist), Lysander Bracey (Norfolk State), Keshon Montague (Pacific), Jakub Mijakowski (Penn), Clifton Powell Jr (Call State Fullerton), Matt Halvorsen (Western Carolina), Morgan McKay (Arkansas State), Issac Johnson (Appalachian State), Josh Howard (Brown), Marquis Godwin (Richmond), James West (Howard), Devin Cooper (Radford), Rayjon Tucker (Florida Gulf Coast>Arkansas Little Rock), Ronshad Shabazz (Appalachian State), Aboubacar Diallo (Eastern Illinois), Anthony Pratt (Eastern Kentucky), James Dickey (UNC Lipscomb), Quentin Jackson (Charlotte), Bollo Gnahore (New Mexico State), Andrien White (Charlotte), Nate Grimes (Fresno State), Isaiah Maurice (Kansas State), Dontae Caldwell (Maryland Eastern Shore), Max Hoekstra (American), JP Moorman (Temple), Jordan Perkins (NC Central), John Newman (Clemson), Bryce Schneider (Richmond), Michael Hueitt (Old Dominion), Jalen Knight (Hartford), Rayshawn Neal (SC State), John Meeks (Bucknell), Blake Preston (Liberty), Philip McKenzie (Houston Baptist)

    Uncommitted with D1 Offers
    2018
    Nate Hinton, Devon Dotson, Daniel Sackey, Jarron Williams, Will Dillard, Manny Bates, Daniil Kasatkin, Flo Thamba, KC Hankton, Benson Lin, TJ Smith, Christian Lorng, Trey Wertz, Issac Suffren, Elijah McCadden, Aaron Nesmith, Josiah Jeffers, Kenny Nwuba, David McCormack, Giir Ring, Damon Harge, Qon Murphy, Jairus Hamilton, Jack Hemphill, Mike Wynn, Joel Ntambwe, Logan Wells

    2019
    Juwan Gary, DJ Burns, Michael Fowler, Oscar Tshwiebe, Josiah James, JC Tharrington, AuDiese Toney

    2020
    Josh Hemmings, Evan Johnson


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