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Phenom Open Gym Tour: JL Chambers

Phenom Hoops continues their road trip around the region, this time checking in on a very talented group in Charlotte and certainly one that has big aspirations coming into the season. We traveled out to check out the talent JL Chambers had and there was plenty to go around. 2022 Daniel Sanford looks to be the leader once again for this squad, as the senior is a known prospect around the state...

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Dawkins’ Standouts from Phenom Summer Finale (Part 4)

By: DeAjai Dawkins 5’11 2022 Chastin Gatewood (Charlotte Supreme) No player this weekend impressed me more with their consistent play than Chastin Gatewood. The lightning-quick guard has a midrange pull-up that exceeds what I had already recognized as an impressive part of his game last season. Gatewood is a nightmare for defenders to stay in front of in the open floor and can stop almost on a...

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Phenom Game Report: Vance vs. West Charlotte

A highly-anticipated matchup in the Charlotte area, as public schools were getting back on the court. West Charlotte, who came in with one loss to North Meck, welcomed in undefeated Vance on Thursday night. Both teams brought a lot of talent to the court and it looked to be a battle in Mecklenburg County. West Charlotte though came out strong, picking up and putting pressure on Vance with a...

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Early Standouts at Day Three of Phenom Queen City Showcase

6’2 ’21 Collin Mills (Team Vision) There’s a lot to like about Team Vision, especially when Mills is effectively leading the charge on both ends of the floor. He’s a great defender with quickness and positioning, which allows him to frequently force turnovers and get out in transition. Mills typically works more as a penetrator but knocked down numerous difficult jumpers throughout this showing....

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A Closer Look: Butler High School

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops had the privilege of hosting our annual team camp, which featured talented individuals and title-contending teams at every turn. Of all the quality programs on display, Butler High School arguably stood out as much as any team in attendance. They didn’t win every single game, but each loss came by five or fewer points (and multiple with one of their stars...

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