Phenom Hoops doesn’t just shed light on the top players in the state but we want to provide a platform for ALL players. The class of 2023 is still fully loaded with talent and there are plenty of players that are having a strong high school season that you may want to check out, especially if you are looking for dynamic guards. Here are a few guards having a tremendous high school season.


2023 Caleb Senyo (Haywood Christian Academy):

You have certainly heard the name, as Senyo has been putting up some outstanding numbers this season. He is averaging 37.2ppg, 9.5rpg, 5.8spg, and 3.9apg this season and leads his team in a big way. There haven’t been many that have slowed him down this season, as Senyo can score in a variety of ways, is always looking to make plays, and gets to the line well.

2023 Keenan Wilkins (Hendersonville):

Hendersonville plays an up-tempo style, as they have been known to score the basketball. Wilkins has been one of the main catalysts in doing so, averaging 27ppg this season.  Wilkins understands how to find ways to get his shots, no matter if is showing his range, creating for himself, using his speed to get by defenders or get to the line.

2023 Randall Pettus (Bessemer City):

Many might have not heard about Pettus but he is helping lead Bessemer City to a very strong record (17-3 overall), as he is really putting up consistent numbers on both ends of the floor.  He excels in getting inside and scoring, more than his presence outside, but he also impacts the floor in all sorts of ways. On the year, he is averaging 25.8ppg, 6.9apg, 6.6rpg, and 6.6spg for his team.

2023 Chad Clark (North Buncombe):

Clark is another name that many might have not heard but one thing is for sure; Clark is going to find ways to find his shot.  He has scored inside and out, has knocked down 73 3-pointers on the season and shooting 40 percent from behind the arc, and has been the consistent offensive threat for his team, averaging just under 25ppg.

2023 Tomir Moore (Arendell Parrott Academy):

Moore is a name that simply continues to produce. He was at the NC Top 80, where he was able to show how crafty he is as a guard, playing with a high motor, an unselfish mentality, and with tremendous ball-handling skills.  Moore continues to show he is a quick penetrator but also is knocking down 43 percent of his threes.  On the season he is averaging 22ppg to lead his team.

2023 Jacob Tiller (Enka):

We have spoken about Enka basketball quite a few times, as they are having one special season sitting at 20-2.  They have a tremendous balance inside and out, with Tiller posting averages of 20.2ppg.  The 6’3 guard scores in a variety of ways, using his size well at times and getting inside to score.