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Commitment Alert: Campbell adds size with 2022 Wesley Johnson

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: Wesley JohnsonClass: 2022Committed to: Campbell  What Was Said by Phenom...

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Top Available Unsigned Forwards/Bigs in North Carolina

6’8 Ezra Ausar (Liberty Heights) It usually doesn’t take very long for folks to identify what separates Ezra Ausar from other similar prospects. He might appear to be a long athlete with toughness and enticing physical tools (all of which are true), but he’s also more skilled than tends to meet the eye. At 6-foot-8, Ausar can comfortably play alongside a center or operate as the lone interior...

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2022 Wesley Johnson earns offer from Austin Peay; talks latest in recruitment

Nothing like finding a true 7-footer on the court and it seems more schools are paying attention to 2022 7’0 Wesley Johnson from Leesville Road.  The senior big man has continued to make strides in his game and he recently announced he had earned an offer from Austin Peay.  Phenom Hoops was able to speak to him more about his thoughts on the offer and who else has been coming his way, as well as...

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Player Standouts from Coach Rick’s TOC (Day 3, Part 1)

By: Heath Gulledge 2022 6’5 Tim Vaughn (Chattanooga Elite Grey 17u) Vaughn impressed me this morning with more than one skill set today. He came out of the gate getting to the rim with ease and finishing in transition. As the game went on he began to show a more versatile skill set. He started knocking down deep balls off the catch and off the bounce whether he had a hand in his face or...

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Noah’s Hoopers from Coach Rick’s TOC (Day 1, Part 2)

By: Noah Hooper 6’4 2021 Glenn Bynum (Mint Hill Lakers Elite) In the two events I have seen Bynum play in so far, Bynum has really impressed me with his shot-making ability as he is able to spot up and shoot off the bounce at a high level. He has also shown me that he is able to control the pace of the game and be a floor general given the fact that he is a solid ball-handler and knows how to...

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