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It’s that time of the year and July is here once again, it’s the busiest time In the Travel Ball scene, the Live Period!Fort Mill, South Carolina- With Summer Havoc wrapped up, we officially have one travel ball showcase remaining on the Phenom Hoops schedule. Summer Havoc was four days of non stop hardwood action, dozens of offers were earned, and a number of prospects drove their...read more
The day most definitely continued to be filled with high-intensity exciting ball games, here are the players that I found most impressive.read more
Chris Sause was on the baselines all Sunday as well at Nation Ford, with a few players catching his eye on Championship Sunday.read more
5’4 2022 Zane Caudle (Carolina Wolves 16u) Zane Caudle quickly became one of my favorite players to watch this weekend. A rising sophomore playing up with rising juniors, Caudle performed exceedingly well and fit right in with his older peers. His game is extremely advanced, playing with patience and controlling the floor as his team’s starting point guard. His court vision cannot be...read more
Ah, it feels refreshing to be back down here in North Carolina with our Phenom Hoops scouting team! As the Virginia guy, I’ve spent the last several months occupied with covering events in my home state. Still, I knew I had to capitalize when the opportunity presented itself to cover our annual ‘David Rose Memorial Day Classic’ (honoring the late staff sergeant, David Rose) in the city of...read more
Team 1 Coach: Kelvin Mills #1: 5’4 ’23 Caleb Bruni (Jonesborough, TN) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to highlight a nice array of skills, Caleb Bruni. He’s a young, slightly undersized guard prospect with a solid feel for the game and the ability to operate with or without the ball. Bruni showed the ability to score from all levels while getting his teammates...read more
North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations Team 9 Coach Josh Thompson #68: 5’7 ’21 Jarius Northam (Durham, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that possesses a lot of natural playmaking and leadership ability, Jairus Northam. He’s a point guard prospect with sharp quickness and a solid overall feel for the game. Offensively, Northam easily gets by opponents and showcases...read more