The Nation’s premier Tip Off basketball showcase is slated to take place on November 16-17. The 5th Annual Phenom’s National High School Showcase presented by Chatlee Boats will again take place right in the middle of Tobacco Road at Greensboro Day School in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Now in its 5th year, Phenom’s National High School Showcase has made a name for itself as one of the premier Tip-Off basketball showcases in the country by routinely bringing in some of the nation’s best talent, along with the nationally viewed media and the incredible fans show up to watch and report on this event.

Max Preps has named this event a “Can’t Miss Prep Tournament…” and USA Today has called Phenom’s National High School Showcase a “Must See Tip Off Event…”. This year the event is fortunate to add Chatlee Boats as a presenting sponsor. Make sure you check them out

In only five years, the event already has 6 players who have been drafted in the NBA draft, 7 players who were chosen to play in the McDonald’s All-American game and 115 players who went on to sign to play Division 1 basketball.

With all the talent that has already come through, the 2018 version of Phenom’s National High School Showcase may be deeper with talent than any event we have hosted.

With over 20 players already committed to play Division 1 basketball and over 20 players ranked in their classes Top 150, let’s Take a Look at the Immense Talent, Set to be on Hand.

Committed Players:
Juwan Gary (Alabama), Antavion Collum (Ole Miss), Greg Gantt (Providence), Josh Nickelberry (Louisville), Carson McCorkle (Virginia), Mike Fowler (JMU), Jackson Gammons (Citadel), Marcus Henderson (Evansville), JC Tharrington (Appalachian State), Paul Hudson (Dartmouth), Myles Pierre (Houston Baptist), Jake Boggs (UNC-Wilmington), Marten Maide (Liberty), Deangelo Epps (College of Charleston), Donovan Gregory (Appalachian State), Caleb Fields (Arkansas State), Jihaun Westbrook (Colorado State), Moulaye Sissoko (Dayton), Brandon Stone (LaSalle)

Nationally Ranked Prospects (Top 150)
6’6” Juwan Gary (Liberty Heights), 6’4” Damion Baugh (Tennessee Prep), 6’7” Antavion Collum (Tennessee Prep), 6’4” Donovan Gregory (Carmel Christian), 6’8” Greg Gantt (Trinity Christian), 6’5” Josh Nickelberry (Northwood Temple), 6’8” Elias King (Lincoln Academy)

6’10” Justice Ajogbor (Christ School), 6’10” Isaiah Todd (Trinity Academy)

6’10” Sekou Seda Kalle (Aspire Academy), 6’9” Bretner Mutumbo (Lincoln Academy), 6’9” Frank Anselem (Lincoln Academy), 6’20” Massou Diabate (DME Academy), 6’3” Carson McCorkle (Greensboro Day), 6’9” Josh Taylor (Greensboro Day), 6’3” Cam Hayes (Greensboro Day)

6’4” Jaden Bradley (Cannon School), 6’7” Perry Smith Jr (Lincoln Academy), 6’3” Jalen Hood Schifino (Northside Christian), 6’3” Freddie Dillione (Trinity Christian)