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Grace Christian: Open Gym Report

Tuesday night, Phenom Hoops had the opportunity to workout the team and watch open gym at GRACE Christian in Raleigh. Coach DeShannon Morris is entering his 7th season with the Eagles. He took over and rebuilt the program. During his tenure at GRACE Christian, he has had several players play at the next level including Keeyan Itejere, Jaylon Gibson, Olsbey Mercer, Messiah Pankey, Stefon McLeod,...

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#NCPhenom150 Session Two: Miles Magical Five (Early Slate)

#112 6’11 2021 Cooper Land: Middle Creek High School Having had the opportunity to watch Land in multiple settings over the course of the last year and a half, seeing his progression up close was really good to see. He’s starting to figure out how to translate his size into consistent productivity while never forcing the issue on either end of the court. He has nice timing and anticipation on...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from the NC Phenom 150 Session II (Part II)

For the second weekend in a row, Phenom Hoop Report headed to Proehlific Park to check out the talent from around the state of North Carolina and it may have been the best group of talent we have had in one 150 camp. The talent was absolutely everywhere and at all ages but here are just a few names that really stood out to our scouts on Sunday. — 2022 6’6 Elijah Gray Gray continues to...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 1: Evaluation Team 15

North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations   Team 15 Coach Daymond Lindell   #76: 5’8 ’21 Hudson Hargette (Greenville, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that showed a lot of toughness and a clear willingness to outwork his assignment, Hudson Hargette. He’s a guard prospect that provides an excellent balance between three-level scoring and creating for others. Hargette...

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NC Phenom 150 Session I; Court 3 Standouts (1st Half of the Day)

No. 167, 6’2” 2019 Nicholas Tybenn Sturm – Cabell Midland HS (Hurricane, WV) The senior guard has a good frame on him as a primary ball-handler. His productivity on both sides of the ball stands out especially, as he does best at stripping the ball from opponents and converting two points on the other end by finishing or dishing to an open teammate. I really like Sturm’s confidence and patience...

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