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Evening Standouts at Phenom’s Capital City Jam

Moravian Prep: 6’8 ’20 Josh Hall The newly reclassified combo-forward continues to cause matchup problems for most opponents, given his combination of size and three-level scoring ability. In this showing, Hall immediately opened the game with an effortless scoring display—going four for four from beyond the arc while still applying pressure as a penetrator. He’s a capable defender that plays...

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#AmateurHour (Ep33): BoBash Recap and A Preview of the Capital City Jam

Jamie Shaw, Rick Lewis, and Miles Masercola break down some major takeaways from the Bojangles Bash (Start-13:00) and everything leading into this weekends Capital City Jam (13:10-End). Be sure to subscribe and leave a rating! https://soundcloud.com/amateurhourphr/bojangles-bash-recap-capital-city-jam-preview-and-more-ep33

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Lakewood Duo Becoming Worthy of National Recognition

There are a lot of meaningful subplots for Phenom’s upcoming Capital City Jam at Ben Lippen High School, but few will be more intriguing than the tandem of Quentin Hodge and Juwan Perdue. It seems like not too long ago that we were talking about how Perdue was starting to become overlooked and should be getting courted by an abundance of Division I programs. Somehow only Radford, Austin Peay,...

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Jamie’s List of 5: Who is Still Available in South Carolina’s 2019 Class

South Carolina’s 2019 Rankings 6’7” Marlow Gilmore Hunter Kinard Tyler (Neeses, SC) SC 2019 Ranking: 15th Current Offers: South Carolina St, Lincoln Memorial You cannot watch Gilmore and not get incredibly excited about his length and explosion. Perhaps the most explosive kid in the state of South Carolina, he is a true defensive dynamo, able to defend the 1-5 at the D1 level. Gilmore’s...

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Unknown 6’7″ South Carolina Junior Has All The Tools

Juwan Perdue has all the tools to be a high-level wing. He has the skill set to slide up to the four or down to the two. In fact, his game was so loud and in your face at Phenom’s Low Country Showcase, the opposing team’s coach (who plays a national type schedule) thought Perdue was a Top 100 player and would have numerous high major offers. The South Carolina junior was that good. Perdue is a...

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