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Players are often underrated for one reason or another but it’s truly difficult to understand and pinpoint why more people aren’t talking about Shane Peterson. His foundation was built on three-point shooting but has certainly expanded from being a spot-up threat to a well-rounded offensive player. He’s steadily improved, added more to his game, and maintained his status as an exceptional...read more
#71- Chris Hunter- Few players have been tougher or played harder than Hunter, who makes an abundance of plays without necessarily needing to score. He’s smart, rugged, and extremely productive on both sides of the ball. Hunter is a guy that every team needs to have. #79- Dorien Johnson- The calm, steady guard did a ton of things well during his first contest of the day, making defensive...read more
Part 2 of Kevin Dawkins' standouts from the Phenom Summer Havoc Live. See which names made his list.read more
Team 8 Coach: Antonio Threadgill #66: 5’10 ’19 Devin Resper (Grimsley High School) Starting things off, we look at a player that approaches the game with an unselfish, team-first mentality, Devin Resper. He’s a smart, strong-bodied point guard prospect that possesses an incredibly well-rounded skillset. Resper does a great job of setting up the offense and creating for others, but also...read more
One of our scouts was sitting on the baseline this past weekend for the Carolina Showcase and a few players stood out. See who made the list.read more
Team 12 Coach: Antonio Threadgill #72: 5’8 ’21 Kadyn Dawkins (McLeansville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that easily stood out among the top two-way performers at camp, Kadyn Dawkins. He’s a sharp, intelligent point guard prospect with fantastic poise and the ability to lead by example on both ends of the floor. Dawkins is somewhat undersized, but understands how to...read more
North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations Team 10 Coach James Blackburn #69: 5’7 ’20 John Bonney (Brooklyn, NY) Starting things off, we look at a player that highlighted his blindingly quick first step throughout the day, John Bonney. He’s a point guard prospect that effortlessly gets by opponents and touches the paint. Offensively, Bonney is at his best when making plays for...read more