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Each year, North Carolina reminds everyone just how much talent resides within the Hoopstate. New faces emerge, prospects transfer in to prove themselves, and dozens upon dozens of players earn opportunities to further their career at the next level. That being said, the consistent amount of young, upcoming talent is what continues to stand out across the entire state. Now, North Carolina’s...read more
Team 1 Coach: Rod Bridgers #0: 6’2 ’22 Elijah Jamison (Liberty Heights) Starting things off, we look at a player that has proven himself as easily one of the toughest, most prolific scorers in the state, Elijah Jamison. He’s a strong, rugged, downhill guard prospect with the ability to access and convert nearly any shot from inside the arc. Jamison is quick and crafty enough to get by...read more
Team 12Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJSuI1FGChQZvni-VINIUKGoTVtM3JdS8 Coach: Colby Lewis #0: 5’7 ’21 Questin Overman (Liberty) Questin was extremely coachable and one of the best teammates I’ve ever had the opportunity to coach. He’s the type of person who will be successful in life beyond basketball due to his work ethic and team-first approach. He is an extremely...read more
Lewis Walker By: DeAjai Dawkins 2025 Jamier Rice (Durham Hurricanes) I love when I get the opportunity to watch point guards that operate years ahead of their respective age group. It’s one thing to see this quality in wings & big men, but a guard playing with an older mentality usually means that they have a set of traits they perform at an elite level. Jamier Rice possesses an elite set of...read more
Phenom Hoop Report headed back to a familiar place over the years, as Proehlific Park in Greensboro, North Carolina held their first of three North Carolina Junior Phenom camps. Not only does it provide a fantastic chance for young, rising prospects to learn the game but also gives us an early preview of the talent coming up in the years to come. Check out a few names that impressed at the...read more
North Carolina Jr. Phenon Camp Evaluations Team 6 Coach: Ryan Bernardi #43: 5’5 ’24 Caleb Jenkins (Sumter, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a really strong impression with his two-way presence during camp, Caleb Jenkins. He’s a point guard prospect with great IQ, quickness, and the ability to make his teammates better. Jenkins is a willing passer with nice...read more