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Five Juniors Deserving of More Offers

6’9 Clash Peters (Trinity Academy) Given everything he’s showcased over the last twelve months, Clash Peters’ lack of offers really doesn’t make any sense. The appeal of a strong, physical, highly skilled 6-foot-9 power forward should be pretty self-explanatory. Between his feel, vision, interior scoring, and perimeter shooting, Peters brings a dynamic offensive presence to a team. He can...

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Phenom Game Report: Trinity Academy vs. St. David’s

Phenom was on deck to check in at Trinity Academy, as they took on St. David’s.  Trinity Academy was able to come out strong early on to jump out to an early double-digit lead by the end of the first quarter, leading 22-9.  The Tigers didn’t let up from there, getting out in transition and using their size to their advantage.  It is what helped them gain an impressive 37-16...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Summer Finale (Day 1) (Part 3)

2026 Latrell Allmond (Carolina Heights): Already showing that he is one of the premier rising young bigs around the region, Allmond came out and gave everyone a reminder of what he can provide on the floor. He continues to show how skilled he is with touch in the paint, scoring with great touch around the basket but also showing his ability to operate from other levels.  Also loved his impact in...

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Player Standouts at Phenom Summer Finale

6’7 ’25 Sadiq White (Elite One) Referring to White’s performance as “impressive” would be a massive understatement, as he dominated the game without even looking to do so. The ridiculously long, explosive forward controlled the glass, caused problems with his defensive presence, and finished seemingly anything he attempted around the basket. White plays so far above the rim that it’s almost...

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Bendel’s Best: Lamelo Ball Invitational

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to the Rock Hill Sports and Events Center to host our partnered event with 1 of 1 Elite—the Lamelo Ball Invitational. The event was loaded with talent and noteworthy matchups, which subsequently generated a lot of buzz throughout the Carolinas. Between the three days, there were a healthy variety of standout prospects. This article will take a closer look...

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Player Standouts at Day Three of Lamelo Ball Invitational

5’10 ’26 Max Van Weerdihuzen (Team United) Although there were a ton of standouts for this loaded squad, Weerdihuzen consistently found ways to stand out within the flow of the action. He’s a very intelligent point guard prospect with an extremely low-maintenance identity. Weerdihuzen typically works with the ball in his hands, setting up others and constantly looking to make the right play, but...

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Expected Risers in North Carolina’s Class of 2023

After two long months of travel basketball, June is finally here. This period basically marks as the halfway point of the summer season, providing us with the perfect opportunity to review some of the breakout performers and ultimately make predictions going forward. Obviously, there have been more than just a handful breakout performers in North Carolina’s Class of 2023, but this article will...

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Opening

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled down to the Rock Hill Sports and Events Center in Rock Hill, South Carolina for a three-day stretch of very entertaining competition. We had a trio of different events taking place from the Hoopstate Championship to the Post Grad Nationals to the Phenom Opening, and each offered its own collection of standouts. Although we still plan to highlight...

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Phenom Game Report: Northern Durham vs. Jordan

Jayan Walker Phenom Hoops continues their travels around the state of North Carolina to check in on the talent around the state.  Wednesday night, we took in Northern Durham as they went over to Jordan high school.  Jordan has been a program of interest this season with the talent and their success so far, as they look to be a team to be reckoned with.  They came out strong against Northern...

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