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#PhenomOpenGymTour: Bishop McGuinness

The latest stop on the Phenom Hoops Open Gym Tour was at Defending NCHSAA 1A Champions Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School in Kernersville, North Carolina. This group lost some key pieces from last years team including guys like Cam Caroway and Mac McAlhany, Gus O’Hale, and Ty Cressman. They bring back some key pieces from last years team including a couple of new pieces that make the...

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Phenom Summer Havoc: Miles Early Friday Standouts

6’5 2022 Travis Shaw: Greensboro Warriors 15u We already know about Shaw as a high level football kid, but his basketball abilities need some recognition as well.  He’s a strong bodied post that possesses excellent footwork, soft hands, and great court awareness.  He’s an excellent vocal leader that anchors this Greensboro Warrior squad on the defensive end, getting his guys in the right place...

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Nation Ford court 2 Standouts Sunday #PhenomChampionShowcase

Jalen Mattocks 6’6” Forward (Charlotte Supreme) class of 2022 Long athletic forward. Uses his length in a variety of ways. From making easy plays around the basket or elevating for nice mid-range jumpers. To be a force in the rebounding department and a defensive presence. A sneakily skilled player, highly competitive and fundamentally sound. Just gets it done. Being a 2022 prospect he...

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Team Camp (Part Three)

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...

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Early Standouts at Day Three of Phenom Team Camp

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...

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David Rose MDC Team Preview: NC Spartans 16u

Memorial Day Weekend is a special weekend to share with family and friends.  But it also provides a chance for teams to compete in one of the best events around at the David Rose MDC with Phenom Hoops. We have over 80 teams competing at a high-level, showcasing their talents and earning exposure! Come out and show your support, as well as support a great cause in the Wounded Warrior Project....

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Ledbetter and Caroway Shine as Bishop McGuinness Throttles Mount Airy 70-39

Last night I had the opportunity to take the drive up I-85 North to Kernersville to check out Bishop McGuinness High School on their Senior Night as they hosted rival Mount Airy and it was everything was going the Villains way in this one!  Let’s take a look at some of the standouts from last nights game. 6’2 2020 Jake Ledbetter: Bishop McGuinness (27 Points, 10/13 From the Field,...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 1: Evaluation Team 11

North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations   Team 11 Coach Aaron Hogner   #70: 5’7 ’21 Kadyn Dawkins (McLeansville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that is just beginning to scratch the surface of his abilities, Kadyn Dawkins. He’s a point guard prospect with an exceptional feel for the game, able to consistently create scoring opportunities for himself and others....

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Midday Standouts at NC Phenom 150 Camp

#154- Dawson McAlhany- Solid guard prospect with nice size and a quality feel for the game; he’s pretty skilled on offense and understands how to score within the team-concept. He’ll be a definite contributor for his high school team.   #213- Ethan Hefner- Athletic wing prospect with great size and a rugged two-way approach. One could argue that his motor and ability to constantly pursue...

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