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.



Greensboro Day (Greensboro, NC)


Freddy Johnson

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Will Dillard

Dillard is an elite prospect in the 2018 class and returns as one of the most dynamic guards in the state of North Carolina. He should have a much bigger role this season, as he showed his talent this summer at the CP3 event for Phenom Hoops. He already holds offers from Charlotte and Wake Forest, but this young man could see a dramatic increase with a phenomenal sophomore season. This young man is athletic, skilled, and talented, and his game should only continue to rise. You don’t want to miss this young man in action, as he certainly will have everyone around his team.

JP Moorman

Moorman showed exactly why he is one of the top players in the 2017 class a few weeks back at Phenom 150, where he averaged almost 25 points per game. He is a lengthy, big small forward that can guard multiple positions. He has worked hard to get into shape and has it paid off, as programs like Wake Forest, Charlotte, UCF, College of Charleston have all offered him. He already made noise is some thundering dunks and scoring at will this summer; he certainly will be yet another elite prospect for a talented group of players for the Bengals.

John Newman

Yet another young talented prospect that also competed at the Phenom 150 a few weeks back, as he averaged almost 19 points per game at the event. Already holding a Charlotte offer, Newman could see his recruitment pick up even more with a good showing sophomore season. He is an athletic, unique prospect that can rebound, get out and transition and finish.

Jordan Perkins

This young man could be the next great guard for the Bengals, as Perkins is smooth with the ball in hands and can make things happen. He is in complete control when he has the ball, while he showed he is more than capable of getting to the rim and finishing.




Pearce Landry – Junior

Alex Michael – Sophomore

Solomon Smith – Junior

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