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POB’s Eye Catchers from Phenom Holiday Classic (Day 2, Part 2)

2025 John Lash (Charlotte Christian): Hard to believe that this young man is only a freshman, as he plays more like a veteran on the court.  Really like his size and his motor on the floor, being assertive on the boards but also plays with such poise and touch.  Great frame already for his age, has a smart IQ in how to score around opponents, and has good touch with his shot. 2022 Logan Blair...

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Players stepping up at Northside Christian

Daniel Lubamba Northside Christian, under Coach Hatchett, has seemingly always had talent that has attracted the eyes of college coaches of multiple levels.  That seems to be the same this year, especially with a talent like 2023 Wesley Tubbs that already holds high-major offers.  But when watching this team compete at the Carmel Christian Tip-Off Classic, there is more talent to be found with...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Carmel Tip-Off (Day 1)

2022 Cinque Lemon (Liberty Heights): One thing about this Liberty Heights team, on any night they can have someone step up and lead the charge. On Day 1, it was 2022 Cinque Lemon that stepped up for his team. Lemon continued to show what he has shown over and over; the ability to knock down shots from multiple levels with a confident jumper.  But what was also impressive was the...

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Northside Christian Open Gym Report

On Tuesday, Phenom Hoops got the chance to check out Northside Christian. Coach Erasto Hatchett is coming off of a 19-8 record last season where they finished 2nd in the NCISAA Metrolina Conference. They will once again be one of the top teams in the NCISAA 2A division as they look to make a run at the state championship. In watching them workout, one thing is for sure, this team will get...

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Brandon’s Big Time Ballers from Phenom Hardwood Classic (Day 1)

6’6 2022 Nolan Hodge (NC Gators)- Hodge already committed to Unc Wilmington came in today in full attack mode, and it seemed like he had a message to send. Hodge, always a team player, was more aggressive than we’re used to seeing. Hodge completely took over the game at times and showed he can score anywhere on the floor when he feels like it. Hodge was also locked in on the defensive end. 6’6...

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Noah’s Hoopers Session 2 Day 1 (Part 1)

By: Noah Hooper 6’8 2022 Kingston Christie (NLPB Big Cats 17U) Although Christie has not developed into his body fully, that is what makes this kid an intriguing prospect. What caught my attention with Christie was not a finesse or flashy style of play, but the things he did to play the role that his team needed such as running the floor hard, being active on defense, crashing the offensive, and...

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NLPB-204 National brings must-see, recruitable talent to the floor

Next Level Prospects Basketball is a fantastic program that puts its players first and gives them a platform to succeed.  We got a full glance at all their teams this past weekend at the Phenom G3 Showcase but one team really captured my eyes with the amount of recruitable talent they have. Their NLPB-204 National team has a bunch of talent that could help programs of multiple levels win...

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