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Commitment Alert: CS Fullerton gets late get in 2022 Victor Panov

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: Victor PanovClass: 2022Committed to: CS Fullerton  What Was Said by...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 at PG Nationals (Part 1)

2022 Nordin Kapic (TSF): Kapic came out strong to start the event and really captured our scouts' eyes with his tremendous skill set. Kapic displayed the ability to operate and knock down shots from multiple levels, as well as finish with great touch around the basket at 6'8. Fluid forward that can operate from multiple areas of the court and has a nice inside-out feel. Displayed his ability to...

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Phenom Senior Spotlight: 2022 Victor Panov (DME Academy)

Player: Victor PanovHeight:Class: 2022School: DME Academy Last week, Phenom Hoops was able to watch DME Academy take on Rock Hoops; a tremendous battle between two teams.  It was our second viewing of DME Academy over the last few months and one player that simply continues to impress is 2022 6'8 Victor Panov. And to learn that he doesn't hold a single offer yet… kind of surprises us...

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Phenom Game Report: DME Academy vs. The Rock

Phenom went down south on Tuesday night to check in on a very intriguing matchup with LOADS of talent, as The Rock Hoops traveled to DME Academy for a showdown. Two tremendous teams battled it out in a thriller. DME came out really strong to take an early 16-2 lead behind the play of 2022 Victor Panov and 2022 Alex Doyle. They were able to knock down shots and really showcase how skilled they...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 3 at Phenom Holiday Classic (Part 2)

2022 DJ Nix (Cannon): Even in a loss, Nix was incredibly productive and just seemed to be everywhere on the court. No matter where you put him, Nix was able to create havoc and simply produce. He showed his full arsenal, creating for himself, getting to the basket to score, knocking down shots on all levels, and getting on the boards.  He finished with 35 points and 12 rebounds, in one of...

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