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Phenom 150 Camp Session I Evaluations: Team 9

Team 9 Coach: Stanley Walker #133: 5’9 ’23 Darrius Taylor (Chatham Charter) Starting things off, we look at a player that performed quite well despite being the smallest camper on this team, Darrius Taylor. He’s a tough, heady, fairly high-motor guard prospect with quickness and a reliable two-way presence. Taylor is a capable penetrator, but arguably even better as a perimeter...

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Phenom Hoops’ Carolina High School Showcase Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: Jake Senyo   #39: 6’0 ’19 Mahdiy Trotman (Dudley High School) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a useful, well-balanced skillset at camp, Mahdiy Trotman. He’s a strong, smart guard prospect that possesses sharp quickness and penetration skills. Trotman did an excellent job of getting downhill, attacking the basket, and finishing strong through contact. He...

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North Carolina Junior Phenom Session 2: Evaluation Team 2

North Carolina Jr. Phenom Camp Session Two Evaluations   Team 2   #9:5’0 ’23 Jaydyn Sowell (Pageland, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to consistently highlight a strong two-way presence at camp, Jaydyn Sowell. He’s a point guard prospect that can handle the ball and generate scoring chances for himself and others. Sowell was able to effectively touch the...

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NC Junior Phenom Session 2: Coach K’s Standouts

Coach K’s Standouts Let’s take a look back at today’s stand out performers from North Carolina Junior Phenom camp session 2 and remember the play makers,  the defensive stoppers, and the rest of the high impact players No. 54:  5’10  2023 Malik Brunson (Fayetteville, NC) You may remember Malik from session 1. (Mr. Defense Award Winner) Well today this man child had no problem performing at...

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Miles Magical Five: First Slate of Games @ #NCJrPhenom Session Two

#37 5’7 2023 Elijah Calhoun: Paisley IB Magnet School Calhoun is as pure as it comes when shooting the ball from the perimeter, he’s super comfortable coming off screens or just squaring up and letting it fly.  It’s easy to tell when watching him that he oozes confidence when shooting the ball, but the other aspects of his game give reason to get excited about his potential. ...

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