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First Baptist: 5’11 ’19 Mikey Dukes It might sound like a broken record, but Mikey Dukes is incredibly impressive and absolutely possesses the necessary ability to be a high-level Division I basketball player. He’s an elite athlete with a terrific two-way skillset. Dukes is able to get by opposing guards with ease, which allows him to make an abundance of plays inside the paint–both for...read more
Liberty Heights: 6’4 ’20 Christian Koonce One could argue that Koonce was Liberty Heights’ most important contributor during their contest against Greenville Tech Charter. He scored the ball very efficiently from all levels and made one big shot after another when they desperately needed it. Koonce was especially lethal from beyond the arc and was able to get downhill or spot-up effectively. He...read more
Village Christian: 6’1 ’19 Travion McCray It should come as no surprise by now, but McCray is an absolute dog that makes winning plays on both ends of the floor. He’s strong, tough, and does a great job of creating scoring chances for his teammates. McCray is able to get by most opponents and finish strong around the basket, but can also knock down perimeter jumpers whenever necessary. His...read more
Myrtle Beach Christian Academy: 6’2 ’19 Mike Green The unsigned senior is still one of the most effective and dynamic players available, especially in the state of South Carolina. Green simply excels at putting the ball in the basket–from anywhere on the court—and provides a strong playmaking presence. He’s a smart two-way player that can control the action with relative ease. Green...read more
After taking two years off, Porter Gaud’s Holiday Classic is back in full force. This year they guys at Porter Gaud teamed up with Phenom Hoop Report and will be bringing a star studded event for everyone in the Low Country to enjoy. The last time Porter Gaud’s Holiday Classic took place, players such as Zion Williamson, Josiah James, Trey McGowens, Aaron Nesmith and others took the...read more