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West Virginia loves its basketball, and while the talent there is a little more spread out than other players, there is a lot of talent there. We took this past week to travel around West Virginia to see some of the teams who will be playing in our events this coming season. No surprise to us, we saw so much talent. College coaches, take in these notes (also be sure to subscribe to THE Phenom...read more
Phenom Hoop Report hit the road and headed to the state of West Virginia, checking out some fantastic talent. Early on, Jamie Shaw and Patrick O’Brien went to Chapmanville high school, a program that has produced incredible talent and have secured two straight state titles. Now, the seniors look to once again finish what they have started. Phenom Hoops caught the Tigers in action for their...read more
This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to Queens University for our annual June team camp, which featured an incredible amount of talent from various different pockets of the region. College coaches were in the building and kids got seen by a variety of different programs at the D2, D3, and JUCO levels. This article will take a closer look at some of the most impressive performers from over...read more
6’9 ’20 Obinna Killen (Chapmanville) It would be difficult to not be impressed with Killen, a long, high-motor forward with elite athleticism and physical tools. He’s able to assert his will and control action in the paint on every possession. Killen forces turnovers at an incredible rate through his strong anticipation skills and causes a ton of problems when barreling towards the rim in...read more
Team 9 Coach: Michael Norris #36: 5’10 ’21 Trey Kennedy (Newton, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that has a very useful skillset and a quality two-way presence, Trey Kennedy. He’s a pretty well-rounded point guard, especially on offense, and possesses a strong feel for the game on both ends of the floor. Kennedy has excellent quickness and gets downhill with relative ease,...read more