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Team 2 Coach: Tyrone Smith #2:4’11 ’25 Dionte Neal (Reidsville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that stood out with his ability to run a team, especially at his age, Dionte Neal. He’s a young, intelligent point guard prospect with exceptional quickness and a tight handle, which allows him to enter the paint and make plays with ease. Neal displayed great footwork to go with...read more
#11- 5’8 ’25 Eli Ellis- The strong-bodied guard was among the youngest players from the first set of games, but more than held his own. He’s a leader with a tight handle and strong two-way feel for the game. Ellis effortlessly creates scoring opportunities and has the three-level ability to apply constant pressure as a penetrator or shooting threat from the perimeter. He sees the floor well and...read more
North Carolina Jr. Phenom Camp Session Two Evaluations Team 6 Coach Holloway #2:5’5 ’25 Kohi Stickland (Greensboro, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that possesses a pretty intriguing two-way skillset, Kohi Strickland. He’s a forward prospect that is capable of excelling from inside the arc, given his nice blend of size and physicality. Strickland shot the ball well...read more
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...read more
5’4 2023 Evaan Ezhilan (Mooresville, NC One of the better shooter in the camp. Has a nice touch and follow through on his shot. He a small guard but understands spacing and how to get his shot off. Has a very high IQ and know how to play on and off the ball. Good team player and likes getting his teammates involve. 5’8 2023 Isaiah Sanders (Lexington, NC) Sanders was one of the...read more
The second session of NC Jr Phenom showcased a diverse collection of talent, 63 junior high prospects from both Carolina’s and Virginia gathered in Greensboro to battle it out. Greensboro, North Carolina- Campers warmed up in competitive heart racing drills conducted by Phenom’s prestigious counselor staff, before breaking up into live play. Many of these youngsters are still learning the...read more