Player: Charlotte Tune
Class: 2026
Height: 5’6
School: Charlotte Latin

What a day it was at the Lady NC Top 80, as not only was it a great way to showcase the talent around the state but it also kicked off what we hope to bring with Lady Phenom.  We want to continue the coverage from the event, as we talk about more players that grabbed our attention.

A player that is still so young, but we have a feeling you will be hearing more about here in North Carolina, 2026 Charlotte Tune had a terrific overall event at the camp, ultimately winning tournament MVP with her game-winning three to clinch the title.  But when you talk about her game, she has a great understanding for someone is just finished up her freshman season. Tune put up some impressive numbers, scoring the ball effectively throughout but also making her presence felt in other ways. One thing that you will certainly notice about her is her ability to knock down shots with her jumper. Connecting from all levels and showing strong range, Tune is a high-level shotmaker with a fluid release and one that is extremely confident. But she also brings a well-rounded game that helps her not only find ways to score for herself but to get others involved also. She has the IQ, finds ways to score, loves to battle and compete on both ends and makes good decisions as well; but she also has a very effective shot. 

Tune is going to be a name that we believe you will start hearing more about, and so far, every time she has played on the Phenom Hoops platform, she has proven that she is a big-time player not afraid of the spotlight.

What Was Said:  

“5’6 2026 Charlotte Tune (Charlotte Latin) is a talented freshman to keep an eye on. A skilled lefty guard who can knock down shots at a high level. Sees the floor well & can make the proper reads.”

“2026 5’6 Charlotte Tune has shown a nice ability to knock down shots with range today. Smooth, fluid release and shows her confidence from behind the arc.”

“2026 5’6 Charlotte Tune has a well-rounded game. Her IQ sets her apart. She can create her own shot and for her teammates. She is definitely a kid that you need to watch out for.”