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POB’s Eye Catchers from Carmel Tip-Off (Day 2, Part 1)

2024 Steven McLeod (Gaston Christian): McLeod stepped up big for his team throughout the game and in so many ways. A strong two-way prospect on the court, McLeod brings energy to the floor. He can be scrappy and intense defensively, is a vocal leader for his team, and does a great job in embracing contact and getting downhill.  But he also competes in all other ways, as he led the way for...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 of Summer Havoc 2 (Part 1)

2024 Martez James (Team Blessed): James was a player that we saw on Day 1, and he impressed once again. College coaches need to be looking his way, as James can be a bully on the floor but also brings a lot of production. Love his intensity and motor, always playing hard, attacking off the dribble, getting in the paint, and is relentless on the boards.  Another big showing for the young man....

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Noah’s Hoopers from Summer Havoc Session 2 (Day 2)

By: Noah Hooper 6’2 2025 Cedric Kenan (TSB 2024) I have been familiar with Cedric’s game since session one and he impressed me, but after his performance this afternoon against Virginia Warriors Elite, I felt that it was only right to talk about him from a more in-depth perspective. When I watch Kenan, the first thing I notice about him is how high his motor is as he is always the first one to...

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Dawkins’ Standouts from Summer Havoc Session 2 (Day 2)

By: DeAjai Dawkins 6’0 2025 Cedric Kenan Shortly after announcing his reclassification into the class of 2025, Kenan made it a purpose to play the weekend with a high level of intensity and focus. Today against a talented Virginia Warriors squad, he was undoubtedly the team’s most engaged player. He played with intensity until the final buzzer sounded, even when it looked as if momentum was...

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DeAjai’s Day One Standouts #PhenomChallenge (Part 2)

By: DeAjai Dawkins 6’5 2023 Harrison Poole (Go Hard 16U) Harrison Poole had periods in the game I watched him where he was the most active player on the floor, and other sequences where he seemed to slightly blend in. In the sequences in which he shined, Harrison Poole left no doubt in my mind that he could make these next two years of high school very productive. A long, wiry wing that shows...

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