Player: Seven Spurlock
Class: 2026
Height: 6’5
High School: Frisco Memorial HS
AAU: Pro Skills

Phenom Hoops continues to highlight players all around the country, and 2026 Seven Spurlock is the latest player we wanted to learn and share more about. The 6’5 prospect is having a strong summer with Pro Skills, as he breaks down more about his game and his thoughts on earning two big early offers from Missouri and Nebraska.

Summer Ball:

“My summer has been great. I’m doing great on the EYBL Circuit and I’m shooting 52 percent from the floor. I’m averaging 14.5ppg and I have picked up two big-time offers and getting more recognition. I just want to keep my shot consistent all summer and that is really the main factor right now because I’m shooting well and I just got to keep being consistent.”

Playing with Pro Skills:

“We punched our ticket to Peach Jam; this is a great program, they show a lot of love, and they help you a lot as well. I feel like we practice more than anyone a week and they put me against the best, and being on the big stage means a lot to me because if I feel like I’m a top player in my class, I must show that I am. I feel like being on that big stage is what helped me get ranked in my position on ESPN, which was exciting this summer but also, I have to know a lot of people are going to come at me now. I have to be ready.”

Game Description:

“I would describe my game as a big guard that loves to get to the cup and loves to pull up mid-range and my 3-point shot is pretty smooth; going to knock it down.  I like to operate by getting downhill, coming off screens, and just getting downhill to drive and pull up.”

Early Recruitment:

“Good, I just hope I can keep them coming in and keep working and trusting the process. Nebraska is just my hometown, so I always visit; I have all my family down there. For Missouri, the coach just seemed like he had a lot of confidence in me and loved watching me play. Nebraska coach was the same way.”

In speaking more with Spurlock, he also mentioned that schools like SMU and TCU have also reached out to his coaches about him. And as far as any dream schools for him, he mentioned Duke, Oregon, Kentucky, Kansas State, and North Carolina all would be up on his list.