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Cooper's Notes: Opening Week of NCISAA

By: Cooper Hart Greensboro Day School vs GRACE Christian Cary Academy vs Southern Wake Academy Durham Academy vs St. David's 6'2' '24 Will Otto (Greensboro Day) Otto shined as a clear leader for the Bengals, carrying the scoring load without forcing the action or playing outside the offense. He was consistent as a finisher, able to absorb contact and make contested layups with efficiency. He...

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Two Rising Stars to Watch For in North Carolina

Phenom Hoops recently took a trip to Greensboro to check out the battle between Grace Chrisitan and Greensboro Day, with the Bengals ultimately taking home the victory. It was a great opportunity to check out an array of talent, but what enticed me was the opportunity to watch two rising stars on the court, as I believe they have a ton of potential. 2026 6'5 Michael Phillips for Grace Christian...

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Phenom Game Report: Greensboro Day vs. Grace Christian

A very intriguing matchup to start the season, Grace Christian hit the road to Greensboro to take on the Bengals on Tuesday night.' It was a slow start for both teams, getting a feel and getting into a rhythm. Greensboro Day was able to take the narrow lead early on after the first quarter, 9-3 but Grace Christian started to get their offense going early on in the second quarter. But GDS had an...

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Immediate Impact Freshmen in North Carolina

6'4 King Gibson (The Burlington School) It should probably go without saying, but King Gibson should be as impactful as any freshman in the state. Not only does he possess a ton of talent, but the 6-foot-4 wing is entering a situation tailored for his development. Gibson is long, explosive, and well-rounded with the ability to consistently make his presence felt on both ends of the floor. He can...

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NCISAA LIVE Sideline Report: Young Players to Watch

Jagger Emerson Phenom Hoops was on deck this past weekend at Greensboro Day for the NCISAA LIVE Period Session 1, where we have a great chance to view teams and players of all ages and levels.  So we are wanting to dive into more of what we saw, bring you names that impressed us, and put names on college coaches' radars.  There were a few young players that really impressed, and they...

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Rising Pros Training displays young, rising talent at Phenom Summer Showcase

The Phenom Summer Showcase brought a ton of unique talent to the court, along with some intriguing teams.' One young team that really caught the attention of all our scouts was Rising Pros Training 14u, bringing new names to really watch for down the road as they continue to develop. 2027 Jagger Emerson, 2026 Nick Fowler, and 2026 Chad Graves all were names that stood out and though it is early...

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Greensboro Day School Showcasing Impressive Balance

This past weekend, Greensboro Day School attended our Phenom Summer Showcase and played against some quality competition in preparation for the upcoming June Live period. Folks should expect nothing less than greatness from Coach Johnson, Coach Smith, and each team they've assembled. While this squad is primarily comprised of returning pieces, they have thrown a few new names into the mix. Given...

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Reece's Standouts: Phenom Summer Showcase (Day 1)

by: Ethan Reece 2025 Johnniyus Sharpe (Carolina Heights)This guy's performance in their G2 win was easily the most impressive of the day. His composed nature made it seem effortless for him, but he was displaying seriously impressive moves and feel for a freshman. He knocked down threes, created numerous opportunities for others drawing help off penetration, and just has a natural basketball...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Phenom Summer Showcase (Day 1, Part 1)

2027 Sean Taylor (Triad Falcons): Taylor started his weekend off well with his performance, really displaying his all-around impact on the floor. Whether it was scoring (finished with 19 points), getting on the boards, making plays for his teammates, or playing with a strong motor, Taylor opened a few eyes in Game 1 of the day. 2027 Braylin Hill (Future Prep): Hill is another young prospect that...

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