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Team 7 Coach: Rodney Gore #67: 5’6 ’23 Mario Williams Jr. (Highland Springs) Starting things off, we look at a player that impacted the game well despite being among the smaller prospects at camp, Mario Williams Jr. He’s a young, wiry point guard prospect that knows how to get downhill and make plays for himself and others around the basket. Williams has a tight handle and displays...read more
#119 6’7 2022 Tyler Nickel: Massanutten Nickel is one of the more intriguing long term prospects in attendance today. He has legitimate explosion off of 1 or 2 feet and a perimeter skillset that makes your jaw drop. He’s a confident 3 level scorer, capable of posting up, attacking from the wing, or spotting up from deep for a catch and shoot 3. As he continues to learn how to apply...read more
To be completely honest with you all, I’ve probably looked forward to this weekend more than any other one since the summer concluded. Our entire Phenom Hoops has finally made the trip here in my home state for the 2019 ‘Virginia Phenom 150 Camp.’ I haven’t seen the crew since May so it feels great having them all at the ‘U-Turn Sports Complex’ (Richmond, VA) for what should be a commonly...read more
#83- Jason Nelson- Despite the many impressive point guard prospects on display, Nelson was in a league of his own throughout camp. He’s incredibly smart, quick, and consistently sets the tone on both ends of the floor. Nelson leads through communication and by example, always setting the floor for others, defending with purpose, and applying efficient three-level scoring pressure. He has all...read more
It was a great trip to Virginia once again, getting a chance to see an array of talent from around the state. Several of these names will be ones you will hear about in the coming years but they caught our eyes in Richmond. Here are some of the standouts from the Virginia Phenom 150. — 2024 Damon Thompson Even at a young age, Thompson has a nice feel as being a lead point guard on the...read more
A little matchup between Private School Virginia Powerhouse The Miller School, and South Carolina Public School defending 5A State Runner-Ups Irmo High School on a great Saturday Afternoon here at Battle At The Rock. This one was a tightly contested battle from start to finish with some young players really stepping up in key spots for The Miller School to come away with the win. It was one of...read more