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Put on your radar from Phenom Exposure (Varsity Division)

2025 Abdulai Kabba Fanta (Victory Christian): Fanta has been a name growing more and more this summer with his play, as the 6’11 big man has continued his development and understanding of the game.  Fanta’s size immediately catches your eye, but we have noticed his development over the last year both offensively and defensively. He has added more, been more assertive around the basket, and...

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Reece’s Standouts: Phenom Team Camp (Day 2)

2024 Ethan Ratledge (Davie County) It’s not uncommon to find a senior taking on a role like this to work for the betterment of the team as a whole. Davie has a clear system working off ball screens and several weapons that fit the mold to operate them at a high efficiency, and what you have to love is how unselfish Ethan is in working that continuity instead of prioritizing finding his shot....

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Dawkins’ Dimes: PG Nationals and Phenom Opening Standouts

By: DeAjai Dawkins 2023 Kyler Harris (Cap City Scrappers)  You will be hard-pressed to find a player in NCHSAA 4A who had a more individually dominant season at the guard spot. Kyler Harris terrorized opponents this past high school season with some of the more entertaining scoring performances I watched all year. One thing is for sure; Harris is not afraid to take it to any defender. His...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: Austin Collins #49: 5’7 ’24 Kris Lewis (Green Hope) Starting things off, we look at a player who impacted the game quite well despite being the smallest camper on this team, Kris Lewis. He’s a wiry, scrappy guard prospect with an active motor on both ends of the floor. Lewis displayed IQ, unselfishness, and great balance between defense, playmaking, and apply scoring pressure...

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NC Phenom 150 Camp Recap (Session I)

High School: Top Performer- 6’6 ’24 Tyler Showalter (Butler) The versatile two-way forward was easily the most consistently productive performer throughout the event. Showalter secured the MVP award by playing hard, unselfishly dictating the action as the offensive focal point, and establishing his presence as a defender and rebounder. Showalter created for himself and others, scored the ball...

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Phenom All-American Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: DeAjai Dawkins  #7: 5’7 ’24 Kevin Thompson (Phoebus) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a fairly lasting impression with his toughness and tone-setting presence, Kevin Thompson. He’s a scrappy, somewhat undersized point guard prospect with quickness, unselfishness, and a nice offensive balance between scoring and playmaking. Thompson is a nice defender,...

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