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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 at Summer Havoc (Part 3)

2024 Jordan Patton (Upward Stars Carolina): Mr. Do It All is the name of the game for Patton, and he has shown that over several years of playing. What you have to like about his game is simply what he can bring and do; score, finish at the rim, play with tremendous energy on both ends, does the dirty work, and also just helps make winning plays for his team. 2024 Jordan Dixon (NLPB Team...

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Players that deserve more looks: Phenom Summer Showcase (Class of 2024)

2024 Michael Wilson: Wilson, who will now be playing for Fork Union Academy in Virginia this upcoming season, is a player that I believe deserves more attention and could be a valuable piece for a future program.  There are a lot of things that you can find in what he provides; his size, his strength, his ability to be effective from a variety of levels, and his IQ for the game. ...

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Players To Watch Out For More: Phenom MDC

2024 Jordan Dixon (NLPB Team Select): Dixon has been producing big time all throughout this summer on the Phenom Hoops platform. Whether he has been putting up big numbers, flying high to finish thunderous dunks, creating and finishing strong, or knocking down shots from multiple levels, Dixon has been a consistent producer on the court with his play.  He has been earning some more attention his...

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Phenom Hoops LIVE Recap: NLPB Team Select 2024 stepping up on the big stage

Just because the LIVE period is over in April, doesn’t mean that Phenom Hoops is stopping their coverage, as we are bringing you a ton of post-event coverage as well throughout the coming weeks.  Let’s dive into a few players and teams that we saw at the event, as we shed light on players that performed well throughout. NLPB Team Select 2024 This is a team that has continued to come to the...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 2 at Grassroots TOC (Part 2)

2024 Gianni Vines (Team White): Vines continues to jump out as a player with intrigue. A 6’3 long prospect, he did a great job in using his length to his advantage, whether it was attacking and finishing at the rim or rising up over defenders.  He is tough to stop with his combination of athleticism and length, and he was extremely effective on Day 2 at the event. 2025 Zeus Batts (WBC):...

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