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Different feel, same aspirations: Greensboro Day

Phenom Hoops loves the month of June, as we get a great chance to get an early viewing of high school teams and what they may look like. We started out with the Phenom Team Camp, as teams from all around the region came to compete and gave us an early look at what the upcoming season may look like for them. One team certainly had our attention, as the Bengals of Greensboro Day gave us an early...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Phenom March Madness (Day 2, Part 3)

2025 Cash McSweeney (Sw15h Elite): McSweeney continues to be a forward in the class of 2025 that you will want to monitor.  Had a very good showing on Day 2 and liked the steps he has made with his game.  McSweeney is quite skilled for his position, and is only getting stronger and more physical. Love his feel on the glass, while also doing a nice job of spacing the floor and showing his touch....

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POB’s New Names to Learn: Phenom Grassroots TOC

2023 Orlando Hudson (Carolina Bad Boyz): Hudson may be a familiar name to some but a new one to others. But one thing is for sure… the guard produced every time he touched the court this past weekend in Rock Hill.  He plays poised and with a mature game, really displaying strong handles, and scoring well from multiple levels. He posted multiple 20-point performances all weekend long and got...

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Sean’s Standouts: Phenom Grassroots TOC (Day 2, Part 2)

By; Sean Halloran 2024 6’9 (GATA Academy Elite) Reece Ketron Reece Ketron was one of the better big-men that I have watched yet this weekend. Ketron maintains a big presence inside the paint, with his lengthy frame he affects shots all-around the rim. He consistently played with a high-motor on both ends of the floor and displayed a nice touch inside when fed by his guards. Ketron has the tools...

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POB’s Eye Catchers: Phenom Grassroots TOC (Day 2, Part 1)

2025 Jackson Fannon (Riptide 2025): Fannon is going to be a name you will want to continue to watch over the years.  Already at 6’6, he brings a ton of versatility to the floor.  His understanding of the game and skill set is unique, as he has a tremendous feel with the ball in his hands and the ability to operate and score in a variety of ways. 2025 Abram Early (Team Griggs): When you watch him...

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