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Given all the constant movement and overall flux within the high school landscape, it can be difficult for someone who isn’t especially involved in the scene to understand its nuances. What does this mean? Think specifically about the group over at Liberty Heights. Their coaching staff of Mike Wright, Ben Johnson, DaQuan Santos, and Robert Shuler has been around for quite a while, but the...read more
It has been a crazy time and multiple offers have gone out, as well as commitments from North Carolina prospects. In our recruiting roundup with Phenom Hoops, we look at some of the latest news around the region.read more
On Tuesday, Phenom Hoops traveled to Browns Summit, North Carolina for a high-level showdown between two of the top independent schools in the state in Liberty Heights and Piedmont Classical. Liberty Heights entered this game with two wins over Piedmont Classical and sought out a third. Even though these squads possess equal talent and coaching, Liberty Heights has found a way to be slightly...read more
Liberty Heights rallies for signature win Make no mistake about it, Liberty Heights come from behind 44-39 win over Teays Valley was especially sweet for head coach Mike Wright. Being a non-association team, Liberty Heights doesn’t have a budget to fund their program or does the coaching staff get paid for coaching at Liberty Heights. It’s done for the passion and the fact they can make a...read more
Liberty Heights has proven over and over that they have talent that can play at the next level.read more
6’3 ’20 Kellen Tynes (Rothesay Netherwood) Through two games at the Hoops and Dreams showcase, few players have been better than Tynes. He’s been the ultimate leader and overall decision-maker for this group, consistently setting up the offense, getting others involved, and scoring whenever he desires. Tynes is smart, sharp, and plays with a phenomenal pace to his game. He understands how to...read more
6’8 ’20 Tay Williams (Liberty Heights) Few teams in the region have as much talent as Liberty Heights, and Williams is arguably their most impressive prospect. He’s long, athletic, and possesses great size but moves and plays like a guard, making him a walking mismatch against any type of opponent. Williams scores regularly from all three levels, displays quality passing vision, and has strong...read more