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By: Ethan Reece 2024 Peter Moye (CC Elite Blue) Peter displayed a smooth shooting touch in the 8 am win, really good rotation on the shot. Standing at 6’2, he’s got a long frame for a young guard and was very poised. He knew what play needed to be made and how to get it done, displaying a good set of ball fakes and using his body. If needed, Peter could easily move down low and play post as...read more
Rakease Passmore 2024 6’6 Rakease Passmore (NLPB 828): Talk about a star in the making. Watching him on multiple occasions, you can see that this young man has the “it” factors in his game that is going to make him a big-time target in North Carolina and one of the top prospects in his class. He has the athleticism that will get you out of your seat and he excels at getting downhill. But he...read more
Every year, we can start creating and adding names to our watch list at Phenom Hoops. One name that has been added to the 2024 watch list for Phenom Hoops 6’6 Richard Goods from Ben L. Smith high school and who recently played with Carolina Clutch.read more
Jamarcus Wilkins The Phenom Challenge was a great event that provided us several new names to the scene, especially some young big’s that will be ones to watch in the coming years. Here though are five players that captured our eyes in how they were able to make their presence known on the court down low. 2023 6’7 Jamarcus Wilkins (Upstate Select): Wilkins was a player that we got to watch...read more
2025 Treyvolis Walker (Elite 8 SC): For a player in middle school, he has a very intriguing and smooth game that he brings. He is shifty on the court, can create for himself and for others, and plays with a good motor at his age. Strong performance from him on Day 1. 2022 LeBron Thomas (FIBA): Thomas has only grown and gotten stronger with his game, while still being that playmaker on the...read more