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This past weekend, Phenom Hoops took the opportunity to maximize our downtime and continue providing coverage throughout the region. While the event in Rock Hill drew a ton of attention, prospects could be found playing in numerous locations—including at the Triad Blue Chips East Fall League in Greensboro. We traveled out to Shining Light Academy and caught most of the action, and this article...read more
Memorial Day Weekend is a special weekend to share with family and friends. But it also provides a chance for teams to compete in one of the best events around at the David Rose MDC with Phenom Hoops. We have over 80 teams competing at a high-level, showcasing their talents and earning exposure! Come out and show your support, as well as support a great cause in the Wounded Warrior Project....read more
NC Empire 6’4 ’20 MJ Wilkerson- There’s so much to like with Wilkerson, who is the clear leader of this group and sets the tone on both ends of the floor. He has great athleticism and physical tools, which he utilizes nicely to rebound the ball and make hustle plays. Wilkerson operated with an excellent motor, scored the ball effectively, and reliably set up his teammates throughout this...read more
North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 3: Evaluation Team 5 Team 5 Coach Huntley #5: 5’7 ’22 Isaiah Smith (High Point, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to provide his team with nice energy on both sides of the ball, Isaiah Smith. He’s a young point guard prospect that showed a quality midrange stroke and the potential to shoot from beyond the arc. Next in his...read more
#1-Zehern Hilton- Young point guard prospect that can succeed with or without the ball, given his ability to effectively pass and shoot the ball. Hilton has decent quickness and ball-handling ability. #6-London Johnson- Young guard prospect with natural ability on the basketball court; he shoots the ball very well from the floor and has an innate playmaking sense. Johnson moves...read more
Over the last six or seven years, few Greensboro-based public school programs have enjoyed more on-court success than Northwest Guilford. Folks from around the area know that the Summerfield-Oak Ridge-Stokesdale trinity isn’t typically considered as a hotbed for basketball talent. That being said, Coach Lee Reavis has done an impeccable job of developing players and implementing a well-oiled...read more