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Accumulation of talent has become the biggest priority for a vast majority of high school programs over the last few years. Sure, every coach aims to put out the best possible on-court product but the rapid increase in private/independent school popularity has turned the landscape into mayhem. Too many coaches are determined to build the most talented teams instead of hunting for cohesion and...read more
This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to the Rock Hill Sports and Events Center to host our partnered event with 1 of 1 Elite—the Lamelo Ball Invitational. The event was loaded with talent and noteworthy matchups, which subsequently generated a lot of buzz throughout the Carolinas. Between the three days, there were a healthy variety of standout prospects. This article will take a closer look...read more
5’8 ’24 Jeremiah Benthall (Big Business Ballerz) Though slightly undersized, it’s easy to appreciate how much Benthall does as a leader for this group. He’s a smart, unselfish, passer-friendly point guard prospect with an understanding of how to run a team and locate the best available shot on seemingly every possession. Benthall handles the ball with care, passes to the open man, and scores the...read more
6’1 ’23 Derek Bradley (PSB Bethel) Although there were various standouts for PSB Bethel, Bradley was easily among their most consistent and reliable performers. He’s a smart, strong, sturdy guard prospect with the ability to make an impact with or without the ball in his hands. Bradley’s perimeter shooting and three-level scoring allow him to pose a quality off-ball threat, but he also shows...read more
Team 7 Coach: Jacob Senyo #0: 5’7 ’23 Justin Cornwell (Rock Hill) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a quality impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Justin Cornwell. He’s a fairly well-rounded guard prospect that understands how to overwhelm his assignment as an all-around defender. Cornwell utilizes his quickness very well to stay in front of his man, which...read more