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The season got started in North Carolina, as GRACE Christian traveled to Greensboro Day Friday night. With Coach Johnson sidelined for this one, Coach Smith led the charge for the Bengals as both teams wanted to start the season off right. Both teams traded baskets early but it was the play of Graham Worland and Jackson Noble in the first quarter to help GDS earn the early lead. Gary...read more
Game 5 Strong Center Hart – 53Team Wall 2024 – 58 6’4 2024 Jayden Harris (Team Wall) led the way for Team Wall, finishing with 19 points and the game-winner in overtime. Harris is a gifted scorer who can create his own shot off the bounce. He showcased his ability to knock down shots from the perimeter and get into the paint, finishing in a variety of ways. 6’6 2024 Ari Fulton...read more
2024 6’1 Gabriel Marquis (Team Raleigh): The young guard really captured some eyes with his play early on. Plays with a calming and fluid feel on the floor, making plays for himself and for others. He led the charge offensively, viewed the court, and made multiple plays for himself off the dribble or found open teammates. Strong start for this young man. 2023 6’3 Nicholas...read more
Tuesday night, Phenom Hoops had the opportunity to workout the team and watch open gym at GRACE Christian in Raleigh. Coach DeShannon Morris is entering his 7th season with the Eagles. He took over and rebuilt the program. During his tenure at GRACE Christian, he has had several players play at the next level including Keeyan Itejere, Jaylon Gibson, Olsbey Mercer, Messiah Pankey, Stefon McLeod,...read more
North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations Team 17 Coach Stackhouse #78: 5’7 ’22 Jordon Wall (Greensboro, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that was able to consistently highlight his poise as a ball-handler, Jordon Wall. He’s a young point guard prospect that can play as the lead creator or slide off-ball and create havoc. Wall possesses great upside as a playmaker and...read more