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Cooper’s Notes: Phenom Summer Havoc Session 1 (Part 1)

By: Cooper Hart 6’2” ’27 Chris Gomez (NC Spartans Neisler) Gomez is a recent addition to the 2027 class and he’s already one of the age’s more impactful and productive players. He’s a true combo guard that can create for himself and others at an exceptionally high level. His ball skills are incredibly mature for his age, already being able to act as a high-usage initiator. The handle is crafty...

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Under-the-Radar Prospects for NC Heels Elite

The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event. A local program that captured my eyes with their play was the NC Heels Elite, as there were two players that really impressed with their play...

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SW15H Elite making a statement and bringing intriguing talent to the court

The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event, and what is great is that this team will be back in action this weekend at the Phenom Hardwood Classic. SW15H Elite, coached by Scott Wood, has been...

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Team Blessed brought new names to watch out for at Summer Havoc

The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event. Coming from Texas, Team Blessed looked to make noise and compete against some of the premier talent around the region.  Though there were ups...

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Start Paying Attention to More: 2024 Cooper Kowalski (Charleston Raptors)

Player: Cooper KowalskiClass: 2024Height: 6’8School: First BaptistAAU: Charleston Raptors One thing is for sure, 2024 6’8 Cooper Kowalski from Charleston Raptors certainly had the attention of our scouts at Phenom Hoops at the Phenom Summer Havoc. Kowalski brings size along with a strong skillset that should cater to college coaches.  When watching him in action, he was able to bring...

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Hidden Talent: 2024 6’6 Bo Koebbe (Eastern Carolina Phenomz)

Player: Bo KoebbeClass: 2024Height: 6’6School: Living Water ChristianAAU: Eastern Carolina Phenomz The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event. Eastern Carolina Phenomz has been a team that has...

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Carolina Riptide Hickory 2025 clicking during the LIVE Period

The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event, and what is great is that this team will be back in action this weekend at the Phenom Hardwood Classic. Carolina Riptide Hickory 2025 is coming off...

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Put on your Watch List: 2026 6’5 Nicholas Daniel

The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event. Carolina Clutch has been a staple with Phenom Hoops, bringing in some intriguing talent each time they take the court. A player that Phenom Hoops...

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2024 Caden Caskey and 2024 Patrick Penosky shine for ACE SD Elite Pena

The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event. ACE SD Elite Pena made some noise at the Summer Havoc with their play, as there were a few players that really opened up eyes to what they could...

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Bendel’s Best: Summer Havoc

On Thursday, Phenom Hoops traveled down to Fort Mill, South Carolina to host our annual Summer Havoc Live. Between Catawba Ridge, Fort Mill, Nation Ford, and Indian Land, there was talent across all age groups. College coaches attended and a considerable number of players saw their recruitment take a leap. Although there were several standouts over the four-day period, this article will take a...

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Looking for young bigs' 1of1 Rare has a few to keep track of

The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event. Though we only had a chance to watch 1of1 Rare for one day, there is still plenty of appeal with this team and what they have to offer. And one thing...

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Taking Notice of the Brantford Hawks (ON)

The Phenom Summer Havoc has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean the coverage stops there as we want to talk a little bit more about what we saw on the court throughout the last four days. Here are a few topics that I was able to view at the event. If you haven’t noticed as of late, Phenom Hoops has been shedding more light on the talent from Canada and that continued again this weekend down at...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 at Summer Havoc 2 (Part 2)

2024 Maleek Taylor (Upward Stars Pee Dee Regional): Taylor is a 6’5 athletic, long prospect that not only was a force offensively but made winning plays in a variety of other ways. Taylor played with a strong motor, always staying active and engaged, battling around the paint, and finishing strong around the basket time after time. He finished with 26 big points to lead his team, but he also...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 of Summer Havoc 2 (Part 1)

2024 Martez James (Team Blessed): James was a player that we saw on Day 1, and he impressed once again. College coaches need to be looking his way, as James can be a bully on the floor but also brings a lot of production. Love his intensity and motor, always playing hard, attacking off the dribble, getting in the paint, and is relentless on the boards. Another big showing for the young man. 2024...

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Reece’s Standouts: Phenom Summer Havoc (Session 1)

2025 Lincoln Jackson (NC Spartans) What’s great about Lincoln’s game is that he knows what his strengths are and makes the easy plays. He’s a physically demanding, mobile forward that easily finds service in today’s game with his ability to step in and find holes for dish offs or work as a perimeter piece in more spread out actions. His strength is practically unmatched, he’s fundamental in...

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Coach Jones’ Standouts: Summer Havoc (Session 1) (Day 2)

2025 6’8 Dylan Clark (Team MVL) – This young man is a stud! Very long and extremely athletic. Has a strong post-up game and will put it on the defenders head. He has great hands, anything he gets his hands, on is his. He is the anchor on defense for this MVL team. He’s constantly changing shots and getting multiple blocks a game. If I’m a college coach, I would be in the gym to watch this...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 2 at Summer Havoc (Part 2)

2024 Carter Bobbitt (Horry Select): Bobbit had a very good showing on Day 2 when we watched him, scoring 19 of his 25 points in the second half and doing so in a variety of ways. Bobbitt was a crafty scorer from multiple levels but doing most of his work knocking down shots with his mid-range shot as well as getting to the basket. The 6’4 brought a ton of production to the table to help his team...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 2 at Summer Havoc (Part 1)

2024 Bryson Heath (Warriors): Heath fit the name on his jersey; even though the game didn’t go the way he wanted, Heath really showcased his ability to create and use his speed to his advantage. Creating well off the dribble, Heath was able to get around defenders and make play after play, creating not only his own shot but setting up others. 2025 Jayden Little (NC Jayhawks): Little led the...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 at Summer Havoc (Part 3)

2024 Jordan Patton (Upward Stars Carolina): Mr. Do It All is the name of the game for Patton, and he has shown that over several years of playing. What you have to like about his game is simply what he can bring and do; score, finish at the rim, play with tremendous energy on both ends, does the dirty work, and also just helps make winning plays for his team. 2024 Jordan Dixon (NLPB Team...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 at Summer Havoc (Part 2)

2025 Brycen Redmon (Team EAT): Redmon put on a show early in the afternoon, going for 30 points and really showing his ability to mix it up offensively. He started off with his perimeter game going, confidently knocking down shots with range. But once they figured to get out on him, he was in full attack mode, making plays off the dribble and consistently getting to the free-throw line. 2025...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 at Summer Havoc (Part 1)

2025 Ahmari Hicks (Team HOPE Gripper): Hicks has had a solid few weeks this summer, and continued that early on here at the Summer Havoc. In a team-first victory, Hicks shows an ability to score and be effective when called upon in a variety of ways; knocking down shots, driving and creating, and making strong plays. 2025 Zymari Perry (NC Heels): Perry had a very good start to the event, and he...

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Summer Havoc Player Preview: Madden Collins (Upward Stars Columbia)

Given the fact that July is right around the corner, it feels like no better time to start introducing some of the players that college coaches should be monitoring. Going into the busiest recruiting month of the year, our Summer Havoc should be a hotbed for coaches and players alike. As usual, Phenom Hoops will have prospects of all levels in attendance. This series will continue by taking a...

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Summer Havoc Player Preview: Jordan Patton (Upward Stars Carolinas)

Given the fact that July is right around the corner, it feels like no better time to start introducing some of the players that college coaches should be monitoring. Going into the busiest recruiting month of the year, our Summer Havoc should be a hotbed for coaches and players alike. As usual, Phenom Hoops will have prospects of all levels in attendance. This series will continue by taking a...

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Summer Havoc Player Preview: Derek Ross Jr. (Wildcats Elite)

Given the fact that July is right around the corner, it feels like no better time to start introducing some of the players that college coaches should be monitoring. Going into the busiest recruiting month of the year, our Summer Havoc should be a hotbed for coaches and players alike. As usual, Phenom Hoops will have prospects of all levels in attendance. This series will continue by taking a...

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JUST A FEW NAMES to watch out for at Summer Havoc

The July LIVE PEriod is here and Phenom Hoops is extremely excited to check out all the talented teams in action with college coaches along the baseline. We have already released the teams that will be in action, but we wanted to shed just a LITTLE bit of light on a FEW players that should have some eyes their way. But the list will only continue to grow with this loaded field! 2023 Addison...

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Phenom Summer Havoc Team List (Session 1 and Session 2)

Summer Havoc LIVE Session 1 July 6-7, 2023Catawba Ridge HS, Fort Mill HS, Nation Ford HS, Indian Land HSEvent Page/ Info: https://www.phenomhoopreport.com/events/summer-havoc-live1-details-page/  Summer Havoc LIVE Session 2 July 8-9, 2023Catawba Ridge, Fort Mill, Nation Ford, Indian LandEvent Page: https://www.phenomhoopreport.com/summer-havoc-live-session-ii/Session 1 Teams: 17U:1 of...

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Summer Havoc Player Preview: Jake Benham (Mint Hill Lakers)

Given the fact that July is right around the corner, it feels like no better time to start introducing some of the players that college coaches should be monitoring. Going into the busiest recruiting month of the year, our Summer Havoc should be a hotbed for coaches and players alike. As usual, Phenom Hoops will have prospects of all levels in attendance. This series will continue by taking a...

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Summer Havoc Player Preview: Gevonte Ware (1 of 1 Academy)

Given the fact that July is right around the corner, it feels like no better time to start introducing some of the players that college coaches should be monitoring. Going into the busiest recruiting month of the year, our Summer Havoc should be a hotbed for coaches and players alike. As usual, Phenom Hoops will have prospects of all levels in attendance. This series will continue by taking a...

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Summer Havoc Player Preview: Makel Smith (PSB Kisonas)

Given the fact that July is right around the corner, it feels like no better time to start introducing some of the players that college coaches should be monitoring. Going into the busiest recruiting month of the year, our Summer Havoc should be a hotbed for coaches and players alike. As usual, Phenom Hoops will have prospects of all levels in attendance. This series will continue by taking a...

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College-Worthy Rosters at Summer Havoc: New Light Disciples

Last week, Phenom Hoops traveled down to Fort Mill, South Carolina to host our annual Summer Havoc Live. The event featured a slew of noteworthy teams and players, which naturally led to a ton of college coaches attending to find their next program-changing piece. While a lot of attention was centered around a handful of teams, college coaches were able to find worthy prospects at seemingly...

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