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2020 Kellen Tynes announced that Montana State would be the next school he would call home.read more
Phenom’s Four Corners (3.30): Jamarii Thomas lands first D1 offer; ’20 Ricky Council IV commits to Wichita St.
2021 Jamarii Thomas secured a big offer over the weekend, while things are picking up for 2021 Lucas Taylor and 2020 Kellen Tynes. That and much more in our latest feature.read more
This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to Methodist University in Fayetteville, North Carolina for our third annual Hoops and Dreams showcase. As loaded as the National Showcase and Gate City Classic were, one can truly argue that this field was even better. It featured a majority of the top teams from North Carolina in addition to a national powerhouse (Huntington Prep) and a very impressive...read more
Kellen Tynes is the Canadian prep league the National Prep Association's leading scorer this year at almost 30 per game. He came into the Hoops and Dreams, severely underrated as he is also its leader in steals and 3rd in assists.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
Check out the early standouts from Day 1 of the Hoops & Dreams in Fayetteville, NCread more
There is one program of interest from Canada though that will look to introduce themselves to North Carolina. Rothesay Netherwood School has a few prospects that will make for must-see for fans, so let's introduce them to you.read more