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POB’s Eye Catchers from Week 2 (East) at Hoop State League

2025 Trevor Best (Word of God): Best really had a tremendous showing; he backed up the talk with his game in Week 2, creating extremely well off the dribble, creating space for his shot from multiple areas, showing his range and confident release, as well as being a true energy player that competes on both ends of the floor.  His team needed every point from the guard today and he stepped up big...

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Phenom Hardwood Classic Player Preview: Cam Daniels 

Given the fact that the next July Live Period is right around the corner, it feels like no better time to start introducing some of the players that college coaches should be monitoring. Currently amidst the busiest recruiting month of the year, our Hardwood Classic should be a hotbed for coaches and players alike. As usual, Phenom Hoops will have prospects of all levels in attendance. This...

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North Carolina Top 80 Camp Evaluations: Team 7

Team 7 Coach: Austin Collins #7: 5’11 ’24 Keenan Wilkins (Christ School) Starting things off, we look at a player who has consistently made strides in his transition into a floor general, Keenan Wilkins. He’s a polished, skilled point guard prospect with the ability to fill it up in a variety of different ways offensively. That being said, Wilkins has made clear strides as a playmaker and...

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HoopState League Stock Risers

Trevor Best By; Cooper Hart After 3 weekends of HoopState League basketball in Raleigh, these are the names that I think benefited the most from their performances. Trevor Best (Holy Rams Gold) – 6’2” Guard – Word of God ‘25 Trevor has been one of the top sophomores through six games in the east. What stood out to me were his shooting ability and his perimeter defense. He can shoot off the catch...

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Reece’s Standouts from Phenom Opening (Day 1: Part 2)

by: Ethan Reece 2023 Alex Madrid (TNT Hoopsquad)While the whole guard core showed true balance and impressed with their skillsets, Alex made his case for being the team’s top-scoring option. Smooth handle with the ability to create for himself and a true shooter’s form. He would be utilized best at the 2 guard but could run the show at the 1 if needed due to the team’s system, understanding of...

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