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Huss Grouping Making a Lasting Impression

The past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Team Camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Between the individual talent, collection of teams, and overall competition, there were a lot of meaningful takeaways. College coaches were in attendance from start to finish, and several players made lasting impressions with their play. Hunter Huss was easily one of the most surprising teams in attendance....

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Can Davidson Day Win Back-to-Back Titles?

The past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Team Camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Between the individual talent, collection of teams, and overall competition, there were a lot of meaningful takeaways. College coaches were in attendance from start to finish, and several players made lasting impressions with their play. Davidson Day easily stood out as one of the more notable teams on...

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Clover’s Backcourt Pairing Showing Next-Level Ability

The past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Team Camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Between the individual talent, collection of teams, and overall competition, there were a lot of meaningful takeaways. College coaches were in attendance from start to finish, and several players made lasting impressions with their play. Given their competitiveness year after year, it should come as no...

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Queen’s Grant Building a Championship-Level Roster

The past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Team Camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Between the individual talent, collection of teams, and overall competition, there were a lot of meaningful takeaways. College coaches were in attendance from start to finish, and several players made lasting impressions with their play. Despite their roster being formed in a short period of time, it’s clear...

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Phenom Team Camp: Five Players Worthy of an Uptick in Recruitment

The past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Team Camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Between the individual talent, collection of teams, and overall competition, there were a lot of meaningful takeaways. College coaches were in attendance from start to finish, and several players made lasting impressions with their play. This article will take a closer look at five prospects who are...

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South Meck’s Junior Duo Making Noise

The past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Team Camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Between the individual talent, collection of teams, and overall competition, there were a lot of meaningful takeaways. College coaches were in attendance from start to finish, and several players made lasting impressions with their play. Several teams stood out across the weekend, which certainly includes...

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Why 2025 6’5 Matthew Able should be garnering more attention

Player: Matthew AbleClass: 2025Height: 6’5Position: GuardSchool: Sagemont Prep Down in Florida for the NBPA Top 100 Camp, Phenom Hoops was able to check out some of the premier talent around the country. Some of the top players in the country made their way down and put on a show but several other prospects captured our attention. One player that we learned about and had the opportunity to watch...

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Cooper’s Notes: Phenom HS Team Camp Session 1

6’7″ 2027 Josh Leonard (Wilson) Leonard was one of the most nationally revered prospects in attendance and he did not disappoint. It’s so easy to like what he brings to the table as a prospect given his size, athleticism, and growing skillset. This weekend, he displayed an elite ability to attack closeouts, create for himself against mismatches, and dominate the defensive end....

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Greer’s Guard Trio Turning Heads

The past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Team Camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Between the individual talent, collection of teams, and overall competition, there were a lot of meaningful takeaways. College coaches were in attendance from start to finish, and several players made lasting impressions with their play. After playing (and winning) two games on Friday, it was clear that...

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Hoops Team Camp

The past weekend, Phenom Hoops hosted our annual Team Camp in Rock Hill, South Carolina. Between the individual talent, collection of teams, and overall competition, there were a lot of meaningful takeaways. College coaches were in attendance from start to finish, and several players made lasting impressions with their play. Although there were several standouts, this article will take a closer...

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Friday Standouts at Phenom High School Team Camp

6’2 ’25 Kaleb Evans (Lexington) Despite some ups and downs as a team, Evans shined as the clear, undisputed leader of this group. His ability to run a team while consistently generating (and converting) shots from all levels makes him a difficult matchup for opponents. Evans came out and hit several three-pointers off the bounce before altering his approach and attacking the basket with...

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POB’s Standouts from NBPA Top 100: Class of 2026

2026 6’3 Jason Crowe Jr. Crowe Jr. had a very good camp overall, including some impressive scoring outputs on several occasions. The 6’3 point guard was able to control the game, be a playmaker on the floor for himself and his teammates, and really showcase his ability to be an effective scorer. Really liked his ability to create off the dribble, bringing a strong understanding f how to create...

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What We Saw: North Carolina prospects come to NBPA Top 100 to compete

2025 Zymicah Wilkins The big man was consistent throughout the camp and had some bright moments in which he was able to shine and showcase his feel for the game. And then, in the championship game, he had a breakout-type performance, going for 29 points and 14 rebounds to lead his team in a tight battle. Wilkins is one that I believe gets overlooked on the national radar, but there is still room...

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POB’s Standouts from NBPA Top 100: Class of 2025 (Part 3)

2025 6’1 Nyk Lewis Lewis was really impressive watching him on the court at the camp. The energy, the motor, the scoring ability, and his impact overall were impressive throughout. Though he holds several offers already, schools should really take notice of what he provided on the court. He was a strong scorer for his team, getting paint touches, staying aggressive, picking his shots, and being...

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POB’s Standouts from NBPA Top 100: Class of 2025 (Part 2)

2025 6’8 John Clark Clark had a very productive week at the camp, putting up double-double performances and simply finding ways to be effective for his team. The forward gave us a glimpse of his skillset, being a forward that is comfortable in making plays off the bounce, running the floor and being engaged offensively, finishing strong at the rim, and outworking others on the boards.  He...

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POB’s Standouts from NBPA Top 100: Class of 2025 (Part 1)

2025 6’8 Shon Abaev Abaev had a very consistent week at the camp when we watched him. The 6’8 prospect was at his best when he was attacking off the dribble, getting downhill and inside the defense, and looking to finish at or around the rim. I really liked his patience and feel in creating when attacking, reading the floor, and also taking advantage of open shots as well. 2025 6’5 Darius Adams...

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POB’s Best of the Best: NBPA Top 100

2025 6’3 Acaden Lewis Lewis was a true eye-opener and though we have limited viewings compared to other national outlets, it is hard for me not to see his national ranking increase dramatically.  His performance at the camp earned him a North Carolina offer and plenty of other schools should be looking his way. Lewis was electric with the ball in his hands, showing tremendous creativity and...

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NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Wednesday): 12PM Slot

NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Wednesday): 12PM Slot Lakers 117 – Celtics 98 Best Players I Saw 2025 6’5 Darius Adams Adams was terrific in this game, really showing his overall offensive abilities in leading a balanced attack. Adams, who finished 13-for-20 from the floor for 31 points, scored effectively off the bounce, breaking down defenders, using his size and frame to his advantage, and not...

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NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Wednesday): 10AM Slot

Final: Mavericks 96 – Timberwolves 78 Best Players I Saw: 2025 6’4 Kiyan Anthony Anthony has had some big games throughout the camp, but he may have had his most efficient game in this win today going for 34 points on 12-f-19 shooting.  It is clear that Anthony has that alpha mentality, looking to make plays, creating off the dribble, and scoring from all levels of the court. Anthony brings...

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Phenom Hoops High School Team Camp Previews: Reidsville

Next weekend officially kicks off the beginning of our June Team Camps. Between the two separate sessions, there are a lot of noteworthy teams and players set to attend. These events are always a priority for college coaches, and this might truly be our best one in recent memory. Each day leading up to the competition, we will feature previews on various teams and highlight some of the key...

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NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Tuesday): 3PM Slot

NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Tuesday): 3PM Slot Final: Pacers 104 – Celtics 105 Best Players I Saw: 2025 6’5 Meleek Thomas Thomas did it all in this game, ultimately ending with a triple-double in leading his team. Thomas finished the game 14-for-24 from the floor but also was assertive all over the court.  Offensively, he plays with a lot of swagger and does a great job in being able to...

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Team Takeover Keels Continues to Dominate

Evaluating middle-school prospects is an incredibly challenging process. On one hand, the talent gap between an elite player and his peers is larger than that of any other stage within their development. However, the difficulties come into play upon realizing how many variables are involved when projecting an individual’s long-term ceiling. Physical growth obviously matters more than the vast...

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NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Tuesday): 12PM Slot

NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Tuesday): 12PM Slot Final: New York Knicks – Denver Nuggets 130 Best Players I Saw: 2025 6’1 Nyk Lewis Overall, I really liked what I saw from Lewis throughout the game. He was assertive, attacked, and played with something to show all throughout. He had a strong motor and played with energy, attacking strong off the dribble, embracing contact, and finishing strong...

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NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Tuesday): 10AM Slot

NBPA Top 100 Live Updates (Tuesday): 10AM Slot Houston Rockets 112 – Miami Heat 91 Best Players I Saw: 2025 7’1 Malachi Moreno Moreno was something else to start the day, as the 7-footer really was able to showcase his entire package and impact on both sides of the ball. Though he stands at 7’1, he moves extremely well on the floor, running from rim to rim, operating well in the paint, attacking...

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Lady Standouts at US Open Basketball Championships

2032 Jadah Townsend (Team Ego) Despite being the smallest and youngest player listed, it doesn’t take long to recognize the ability Townsend possesses. She’s an intelligent point guard with quickness, vision, and a tight handle.  Townsend effectively breaks down defenders and makes plays off the dribble, both for herself and others. She does a great job of making the right read and...

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NBPA Top 100: Storylines from Day 1

Photo Credit: Top100Camp 2025 Kiyan Anthony puts on a show Talk about an entrance into the camp at the NBPA Top 100.  Many people already know about 2025 Kiyan Anthony but if you didn’t know walking in, you certainly knew about him after Day 1. In 36 minutes of play, he put on an offensive showing that certainly had to grab the attention of many in attendance. Anthony finished with 42...

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Familiar names represented well at the upcoming 2024 NBPA Top 100

Phenom Hoops is eager about the opportunity to head down to Florida on Monday to check out all the talent on display at the 2024 NBPA Top 100 Camp in Orlando.  Some of the top players from around the country will be in action throughout the week, and Phenom Hoops will be bringing you PLENTY of coverage throughout the event. Here are a few familiar names to Phenom Hoops around the region...

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US Open Championship Standouts (Day 2, Girls)

2029 Gemma Liotta (Gametime Basketball): Liotta was a guard who grabbed my attention from the beginning and only continued to excel as the game went on. She is a quick, creative guard who was able to excel on several occasions with the ball in her hands. Liotta was assertive in pushing the ball in transition, getting inside the defense, and finding ways to score but also doing a tremendous job...

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US Open Championship Standouts (Day 2, Boys)

2030 MJ Thomas (Team Loaded NC): Thomas, a familiar name that we have continued to watch and develop, consistently brings a force that can’t be denied and looks to be a rising big to watch out for. With his frame and size at his age, along with his physicality, Thomas is a demanding presence in the paint, controlling the glass, embracing and finishing through contact, and impacting the game on...

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US Open Championship Standouts (Day 1, Girls)

2030 Jadah Townsend (Team Ego): Townsend was one who captured my eyes with her play; she was scrappy and active, created problems on the defensive end that ultimately led to transition points, and she was able to showcase good quickness off the dribble. She created well for herself and for others. 2030 Jordan Avila (Georga Pearls): Avila was the catalyst for her team, really displaying a strong...

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