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2020 Ahmil Flowers had a very exciting summer but he has narrowed down his list of colleges, as he announced his Top-3 schools he will be focusing on.read more
Watching the development of Talford over time now, he hasn’t only impressed Phenom Hoop Report with his development but now college coaches are coming his way.read more
Each and every time Phenom Hoop Report gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day. It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player. Here is the latest commitment Player: Daniel Ransom Class: 2020 Committed to: Western Carolina What the Player Said: Q:...read more
Western Carolina landed a great piece for its 2019 recruiting class, as Nicholas Evtimov announced his commitment.read more
Brady O’Connell is a junior prospect that may have slid under the radar as of late, as the 6’7 junior finished up his season at Ravenscroft averaging 9.3 points per game. He is also the younger brother of Duke’s Alex O’Connell, as others may have known. But now, it may be time for people to start recognizing the intrigue and skill set Brady has to offer. He showcased that recently at the NC...read more
Over the last few years, it seems like more and more student-athletes are placing an increased emphasis on fit and relationship as opposed to forcing themselves to the highest possible level. That’s becoming a major part of how programs build success, as it cuts down on outgoing transfers and allows players to comfortably develop their game. It’s a contributing factor that has vaulted teams like...read more
Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1 What We’re Looking For (Part 6/10) Independence HS Vs. Greensboro Day (3:40 PM at Prohelific Park) Defending NCHSAA 4A Vs. Defending NCISAA 3A Greensboro, North Carolina is right smack in the middle of the state the nation (led by Webb Wellman) has dubbed The Hoop State. Right in the heart of Tobacco Road, where every college basketball season, the entire...read more