On November 7th, Phenom Hoop Report will be hosting our third annual High School Jamboree at Proehlific Park in Greensboro, North Carolina. Over 30 teams will be making their way to Tournament Town to showcase their talents to a plethora of scouts, college coaches, and passionate fans. After thorough review of the field, our team decided to put together a little “sneak preview” of individual players and teams that people need to keep a close eye on.


Cox Mill (Concord, NC)


Jody Barbee

2014-2015 RECORD:




Messiah Baptiste:

Messiah Baptiste is a player who gradually made his name known throughout the course of his high school career. Although he may be a tad bit undersized, this 5’10” PG plays with an unreal amount of determination. Tournament after tournament, Baptiste continuously seems to get the job done. His limitless range, sneaky handles, and blazing quickness make him an opponent’s nightmare whenever he gets the rock on O. Look for Baptiste to make a significant impact Chargers at the Jamboree, and throughout the rest of the year.


Ethan Goude:

Messiah’s partner in crime, Ethan Goude, is a name many people aren’t necessarily familiar with. When we first got a look at Goude at our Phenom Havoc Tournament this past summer, we were downright impressed. He was consistent on both sides of the floor, smart with the ball, and determined to get a W every single game. Goude is an electric offensive player with a true team leader mindset and an incredible passion for the game of basketball. If Goude can get hot and knock down a few jumpers, we wouldn’t be surprised if he received some interest from a few low-major colleges at the Jamboree.


Wendell Moore:

Wendell Moore could be one of the most talented young prospects in the entire country. Standing at 6’5”, this frosh has already received interest from an unreal amount of high-major programs. What can’t this kid do' Offensively, Moore’s game is outstanding. He has beautiful, shifty handles, phenomenal court vision, and an ability to knock down shots from all over the floor. He’s a true floor general. Whenever his squad needs a big time play, expect Moore to deliver. On defense, this young gun is just as strong. His freakishly long frame and outrageous versatility allow him to guard every position on the floor. His potential is flat-out ridiculous. Did we forget to mention he’s 14 years old' The sky is the limit for this Cox Mill all-star. Look for Moore to develop into one of North Carolina’s most highly recruited players in quite some time.



Francis Sio

Jonathan Earl

Caleb Stone-Carrawell

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