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Joshua Beadle from Cardinal Newman announced his commitment to Clemson over the weekend. Patrick O'Brien with Phenom Hoops reached out and spoke to the 2021 guard on his decision. What made Clemson the place for him and what kind of relationship did he have with the staff? How do they want to use him in the coming years and how would he best describe his game? That and much more, as Beadle will be heading to the ACC.read more
Last week, Wake Forest shocked the basketball community by accelerating their process to rid themselves of Danny Manning and hire a new coach. The hire? Steve Forbes from East Tennessee State was chosen over a group headlined by Wes Miller (UNCG). It was a move that seemed to be widely respected from all fans, players, and coaches, but what would be the ultimate implication? We already know that...read more
Phenom Hoops continues to keep track of players that have come through their platform and have been seen by our scouts, as they rack up offers from college programs. We want to bring you the latest around what has been going on. Check out what you have missed in the last week.read more
Down in South Carolina at Cardinal Newman, 6’4 Josh Beadle has been able to make a name for himself over the years with his impressive play. He brings a unique skill set to the table with a blend of athleticism, poise, and versatility. Phenom Hoops’ founder Rick Lewis described him best this summer, when he was one of the standouts at the Elon Elite camp, saying: “He can play and guard multiple...read more
Heritage IJN: 6’2 ’20 Uziel Muteba The lead guard arguably enjoyed his best all-around performance of the season, as he was able to control the offense—primarily from beyond the three-point arc. He was able to knock down multiple attempts from the perimeter, but still showed his ability to enter the paint and make plays. Muteba has continually improved his overall feel for the game and should be...read more
South Carolina Top 80 Evaluations Team 11 Coach: Latrose Brace #13: 5’10 ’23 Chrisean Oree (West Columbia, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that has already showcased an abundance of translatable skills at quite a young age, Chrisean Oree. He’s a combo-guard with quickness and a terrific feel for the game. Offensively, Oree is an effective scorer at all three levels,...read more