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Player Standouts at Day Two of Phenom September Classic/Hoopstate League

5’9 ’25 Q Williams (CP3BA) Though it should probably be common knowledge at this point, Williams continues to solidify himself as one of the top floor generals in the state. He’s an extremely smart, unselfish point guard prospect with the ability to create and set up others in an effortless manner. Williams gets wherever he wants on the floor and has the necessary instincts to generate clean...

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POB’s Eye Catchers: Hoop State Fall League (Week 1, East Division)

2024 6’1 Gabriel Marquis (Team Raleigh): The young guard really captured some eyes with his play early on.  Plays with a calming and fluid feel on the floor, making plays for himself and for others.  He led the charge offensively, viewed the court, and made multiple plays for himself off the dribble or found open teammates.  Strong start for this young man. 2023 6’3 Nicholas...

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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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Sean’s Standouts from Coach Rick’s TOC (Day 1, Part 2)

Julien King By: Sean Halloran 2022 Julien King (Garner Road 17U) King was a player to catch my eye today with his impressive performances. The most impressive part about Kings game is the defensive intensity that he contains on every possession. He causes havoc while guarding the ball and is very physical while defending off the ball. He uses his long arms to affect opponents and make things...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Coach Rick’s TOC (Day 1, Part 2)

2022 Jacob Dar (Garner Road): Dar is one that I think continues to fall under the radar but is starting to gain some traction with coaches and that he should.  We are talking about a 6’6 developing prospect that continues to grow with his understanding of his game each time he is on the court.  He can operate and defend multiple positions, especially with his wingspan, but also showed...

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A chance to watch the future at Queen City Showcase: Garner Road 3SSB 16u

Rock Hill will be loaded with talent and Phenom Hoops wants to not only get everyone ready for an exciting event but also make sure we provide exposure for teams and players all throughout. We start previewing teams and players that coaches and fans will want to check out at the event.

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6’2 ’22 Julien King, “Books, Basketball and Leadership”

6’2 2022 Julien King (Broughton HS) “Books, Basketball and Leadership” Julien King has been a leader for Broughton High School the past two seasons and has led the team in scoring, while being one of the top rebounders and assist leaders. During his freshman JV season at Broughton, he was the leading scorer and recognized as the Most Outstanding Player of the Year. During his sophomore season on...

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The Will Otto Era at Broughton

North Carolina’s Class of 2023 has as much star-power and raw talent as any freshman class within recent memory. Guys like Treymane Parker, Addison Archer, Caleb Foster, and countless others came in and immediately stood out as leaders. Others like Jaydon Young, Robert Dillingham, and Mekhi Grant are incredibly talented and likely to take on more responsibility this season. There are at least...

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Phenom Eastern North Carolina Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Andre Simmons   #13: 5’8 ’22 Joshua Rogosich (North Raleigh Christian Academy) Starting things off, we look at a player that was arguably the most reliable/impressive three-point shooter from this team, Joshua Rogosich. He’s a wiry, slightly undersized guard prospect with an excellent motor and team-first mentality. Rogosich showed the ability to handle and create for others,...

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