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Team 6 Coach: Kelvin Mills #105: 5’10 ’24 Deon Harvey Jr. (Christ Church) Starting things off, we look at a player that consistently outperformed opponents despite being the smallest camper on this team, Deon Harvey Jr. He’s a smart, unselfish, high-motor point guard prospect with quickness and the ability to score with efficiency from all levels. Harvey is a quality playmaker and looks to...read more
by: Ethan Reece 2022 Caden Fitzgibbons (NC Spartans)Whether in transition or the half court, Caden was getting to the basket. He relentlessly attacked, utilizing his long frame and quickness, not to mention his effortless ability to elevate and play above the rim. He capitalized on a lot of opportunities created by his defensive activity as his team set up their full-court pressure. His natural...read more
July is going to be fun, especially with Phenom Hoops. That is why we are getting just a small head-start on the teams and players that will be in attendance for the Summer Havoc. Here, we look to preview just a few names to watch for throughout the weekend in Rock Hill, with many others stepping up their game in front of college coaches.read more
This past weekend, Phenom Hoops returned back to the Rock Hill Sports and Events Center in Rock Hill, South Carolina for another exciting grassroots event. The combination of atmosphere and overall talent led to a ton of standouts, competitive battles, and general buzz for the upcoming summer season. With so many college coaches still inquiring about shooting, we figured it would be advantageous...read more
Team 6 Coach: Smith #0: 6’0 ’22 Omari Bryson (South Pointe) Starting things off, we look at a player that knows how to assert himself as a steady two-way threat with any collection of teammates, Omari Bryson. He’s a wiry, unselfish guard prospect with a reliable spot-up presence and ability to operate with or without the ball in his hands. Bryson attacks the basket well, makes the...read more
6’7 ’21 Earl Burgess (Team 864) It’s easy to appreciate someone like Burgess, who is so noticeably effective without ever needing to be the primary focus on either end of the floor. He simply makes plays and understands how to maximize his presence. Burgess is long, wiry, and moves very well for his size. He runs the floor properly in transition, makes smart decisions with or without the ball,...read more