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The Talent in Phenom’s 2nd Annual Capital City Jam has Made it a Big Hit with College Coaches

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Talent in Phenom’s 2nd Annual Capital City Jam has Made it a Big Hit with College Coaches will take place at Ben Lippen School on Saturday, December 15   Columbia, SC – Ben Lippen School will hold host to the 2nd Annual Phenom’s Capital City Jam, set to take place this Saturday, December 15. The event is set to host eight of the premier teams from...

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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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Player Profile — 6’7″ 2019 Marlow Gilmore (Hunter Kinard Tyler HS (SC) / Columbia Hoyas)

6’7” 2019 Marlow Gilmore is good for at least one “Oh My Gracious” moment per half. The long and incredibly bounce lefty has jaw-dropping type athleticism that has him finishing furiously above the rim or pinning a shot at the top of the square, regularly. This explosion, this incredible pop in his game is what opens eyes about Gilmore, these plays. But what gets him on the floor at the next...

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The Region’s Inevitable July D1 Blow Ups — Part 1

April is over and some blow ups happened, for sure, but there are still some that are left on the table. Anytime you get a large grouping of coaches together, like at all Phenom Hoops’ Live Period events, someone is bound to rise to the occasion and force their name onto school’s recruiting lists. Look for these names to do just that come July in Part 1 of Inevitable July Blow Ups. 6’6” 2019...

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Another Mid to High Major 2019 SC Prospect No One is Talking About…Yet

It is always fun coming across an unknown player. Especially for college coaches, it is a great feeling to find a player that is good enough, but you won’t have to fight for. Schools outside of the Carolinas region have enjoyed the fruits of recruiting the state of South Carolina recently because of this…South Carolina is a completely untapped state in terms of having immense basketball talent...

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