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Commitment Alert: 2023 Gus Yalden calls Wisconsin his next home

Each and every time Phenom Hoop Report gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day.  It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player. Here is the latest commitment. Player: Gus YaldenClass: 2023Committed to: Wisconsin What Was Said by Phenom Hoops:...

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A Closer Look: Phenom Hoops’ Rankings for North Carolina’s Class of 2023

It’s that time of year again. The high school season has nearly concluded and postseason play is set to begin very soon. As exciting as it is to chase and potentially win a state championship, the subsequent six months of travel ball will be the time for prospects to really shine. Whether positive or not, college coaches simply have more time and resources to properly evaluate (and offer) kids...

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2023 Gus Yalden making his mark here in North Carolina

2023 Gus Yalden has quickly been making his mark here in North Carolina and even for a player that is ranked as one of the premier talents around the country, it hasn’t always been easy, especially over the last year or so. Facing a rough year but now back and healthy, Yalden has been helping lead the way at Asheville School. Also being back on the court, the big man is reminding everyone...

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Legitimate Contenders: Asheville School

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled down to Matthews, North Carolina for our annual Carmel Christian MLK Showcase. The event featured a six-game slate of intense, highly talented competition from throughout the state. Although each of the twelve teams in attendance have their own respective subplots and storylines, the Asheville School Blues were too impressive to ignore. We’d previously...

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#CCSMLK22 Game Report: Concord Academy vs. Asheville School

We continued on throughout the early part of the evening, as Concord Academy and Asheville School took the court for a terrific showdown. Concord Academy was missing a key player in Noah Van Bibber, but Concord had veterans that could step up to the challenge. The size and playmaking of Asheville School came out strong early to gain the early 16-12 lead. They were able to get attack the boards...

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