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After last night's 26 point outburst against Austin Peay, Nesmith is averaging 26.5 points per game through his first four games of the season.read more
They say the power of talent lies in public schools in the state of South Carolina, and to some extent that is true, but the independent schools are rapidly catching up. There are some immensely talented players, top players nationally, playing South Carolina private school basketball. One of the most slept on events of the year are the SCISA playoffs, the semi-finals and finals held at Sumter...read more
What a great day of basketball. The games were buzzing with a gym full of fans streaming through to watch throughout the day. Coming into the event, there were players who were garnering major attention on a national scale, however as with most of Phenom Hoops events, this showcase provided a platform for players to breakout. Who made today’s 5 to know… THE LIST Phenom’s Low Country...read more
Phenom’s Low Country Showcase will take place on January 20 in Charleston, South Carolina (at Porter Gaud School) and as expected, the event is loaded with talent. There will be a number of players competing in the event who are universally considered as high-flyers. Guys the mix tape people will not want to take their cameras off of. Guys they fans will get out of their seats and uncontrollably...read more
It has been a long time coming for the Porter Gaud pair, but senior Aaron Nesmith and junior Josiah James are finally getting their due on the national level. The pair has long been thought of among the top prospects in the state, by Phenom Hoops but it has taken the national writers far too long to catch up. When Rivals.com came out with their updated rankings for the 2019 class on Wednesday...read more
Biggest Subplots of July TMP Elite Players Finally Receiving Due Diligence This was an extremely underrated storyline of the summer, as we saw prospects from TMP start to pop up on a national scale. This is in reference, more specifically, to their top five: 6’7 ’19 Josiah James (PG), 6’6 ’18 Aaron Nesmith (SG), 6’7 ’18 Shaq Davis (F), 6’8 ’18 Jalen Slawson (F), and 6’9 ’18 Jake Lanford...read more
A Star in the Making: Aaron Nesmith Phenom Hoop Report has consistently sought to put college coaches in front of college-worthy players and it has led to the emergence of next-level opportunities, both at the collegiate and professional ranks. We have the honor of calling over a half-dozen NBA players “Phenom Alumni” while placing that same label on hundreds of current collegiate athletes....read more