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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Adrian Lee #128: 5’8 ’23 Gavin Stinson (Oak Grove) Starting things off, we look at a player that has steadily grown into a heady, reliable floor general over the recent years, Gavin Stinson. He’s a smart, unselfish point guard prospect with a nice balance between scoring and playmaking. Stinson shoots the ball very effectively from the perimeter but also understands how to...

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Phenom 150 Session I Standouts: Points Guards

Camp season is upon us at Phenom Hoops, as it gives us a chance to watch a blend of experienced players, young players, and ones that are simply new names to Phenom Hoops. It also provides these players a chance to start their story with us and play against some great competition. Session I on Saturday in Greensboro brought us some intriguing names to watch, players that grabbed our attention...

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POB’s Eye Catchers: Phenom 150 Session I (Part 1)

2023 Trevor Barrett (Trinity Academy: Barrett is a guard that has a smooth, confident feel on the court.  He plays terrifically at different paces on the floor and makes high-IQ decisions and shots on the court. Loved his feel for the game early on. 2023 Cortez Moore (Northwood Temple): Long guard that is smooth and does well in creating off the dribble and finishing over and around defenders....

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Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: John Combs #1: 5’8 ’21 Sean Iadonisi (Fort Mill) Starting things off, we look at a player that offered his team with a pretty tough, heady two-way presence, Sean Iadonisi. He’s a smart, high-motor guard prospect with a willingness to make the right play on every single possession. Iadonisi is a capable three-level scorer and utilizes his blend of quickness and ball-handling to...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Greg Harmon #60: 5’5 ’23 Mason Trombley (Northwest Cabarrus) Starting things off, we look at a player that showed a willingness to do whatever possible to get involved in the action, Mason Trombley. He’s a smart, slightly undersized point guard prospect that knows how to communicate and maximize his offensive touches. Trombley can initiate offense, operate without the ball, and...

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