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Unsigned Senior Spotlight: 6’8 Caleb Maul

At the beginning of each new year, Phenom Hoops works to assemble a series of articles centered around unsigned senior prospects. Last season, hundreds of players from North Carolina went on to play at the Division I, II, III or NAIA levels, and that number looks likely to continue increasing with the current senior class. Typically, we take a closer look at guys who are overlooked and...

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Phenom Open Gym Tour: Metrolina Christian

Phenom Hoops continues to hit the road this offseason to check in on programs as they prepare for the upcoming high school season.  We made a recent stop at Metrolina Christian, a program we have seen quite a few times throughout the Hoop State League as well. We took in another practice to check in on the program, and there are several names that should have your attention. Seniors Leading...

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Dawkins’ Standouts: HoopState League/ Fall Finale

By: DeAjai Dawkins 6’3 2022 Toby Nnadozie (Believe Prep National)  Few players have impressed me these past few weeks like Toby Nnadozie, as few players have been as consistently productive on the offensive end. Physical with explosive athleticism, Nnadozie offers a competitive presence about him that could be acknowledged by any onlooker. He’s comfortable scoring from beyond the arc as well. I...

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Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Brian Allen #10: 6’7 ’22 Caleb Maul (Waxhaw) Starting things off, we look at a player that possesses a nice crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Caleb Maul. He’s a big, sturdy post prospect with solid effort and the ability to operate within the team on both ends of the floor. Maul does a useful job of utilizing his size to wall-up defensively and alter shots...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 13

Team 13 Coach: Antonio Perkins #0: 5’8 ’24 Quincy Prince (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed quite nicely despite being the smallest camper on this team, Quincy Prince. He’s a smart, quick, young point guard prospect with great vision and a nice pace to his game. Prince possesses a nice midrange pull-up, but also attacked the basket and finished while...

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