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On Saturday, Phenom Hoops traveled out to Winston-Salem, North Carolina for another special open gym feature on Team CP3’s 15s, 16s, and 17s. This organization is consistently one of the most talented programs in the state and home to numerous NBA players and overseas professionals. Since basically every player on the roster is a noteworthy name, we will be taking a closer look at some personal...read more
Team 3 Coach: Greg Harmon #5: 5’0 ’25 Joshua Dorsette II (Durham) Starting things off, we look at a player that seems to make strides in his progression with each viewing, Joshua Dorsette. He’s a wiry, slightly undersized point guard prospect with a quality feel for the game and the ability to run a team decently well. Dorsette can knock down open shots, create off the bounce, and position...read more
It is a standard practice that we, at Phenom Hoop Report, don’t rank players until they have finished their freshman year in high school. That being said, we will take a closer look at some of the players that should make an immediate impact this coming season. In (Part 1), we took a look at Jaylen Curry, Addison Archer, Trey Green, London Johnson, and Treymane Parker. See attached link:...read more
South Carolina Jr. Phenom Evaluations Team 5 Coach: Yusuf English #15:5’4 ’25 Cameron Davis (Columbia, SC) Starting thins off, we look at a player that brought an excellent attitude to the team and looked to motivate whenever possible, Cameron Davis. He’s a guard with a solid nose for the ball, always ready to make a play and try to secure extra possessions for the team. Davis...read more
Over the weekend some of the top junior high prospects around the region gathered at Lexington high school for an elite skills camp hosted by our staff at Phenom Hoops. Lexington, South Carolina- A handful of the most respected coaches around the Carolina’s led hours of drills and instructions before the youngsters battled it out in live game play. A handful of players caught my eye...read more