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Player Standouts at Phenom Queen City Showcase

6’1 ’24 Zyan Hager (D1 Stars) Numerous guys stood out for the D1 Stars, including Hager and the clear leadership he brought to this group. He’s a smart, steady guard with an excellent balance between playmaking and three-level scoring. Hager controlled the tempo, played with pace, and consistently created for himself and others. He finished through contact, made smart decisions, and hit jumpers...

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Super Sophomores: Start recognizing these forwards in the Class of 2025

2025 Andrews Grimes (Clayton): In all honesty, we aren’t surprised at all that schools are coming his way early on… we wrote about it nearly a year ago to watch out for Grimes (Click Here). The sophomore forward flourished then and is flourishing this season, averaging an impressive 16.4ppg and nearly seven rebounds. Grimes has a fluid feel, understands how to operate in the post, has nice touch...

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Notable Risers in North Carolina’s Class of 2025

On Wednesday, Phenom Hoops released our updated rankings for North Carolina’s Class of 2025. There are always a ton of subplots and headlines worthy of attention, including which players have taken the biggest jump (whether ability or recruitment) and who is still being “slept on” according to the masses. It’s always important to remind the general public that rankings have no real significance...

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Bendel’s Best: Underclassmen at Summer Havoc

Over the last five days, Phenom Hoops was stationed in Fort Mill, South Carolina for our annual Summer Havoc Live. There were two sessions, both loaded with talent and noteworthy matchups, which made for a highly entertaining week of basketball. College coaches were constantly filtering throughout the multiple venues, and numerous offers were extended to players. We’ve already taken a closer...

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Player Standouts at Day Three of Phenom Summer Havoc

6’5 ’23 Walker Woodall (Wildcats Elite) Even after numerous departures from Wildcats Elite, Woodall has been a steady, constant presence for them throughout the summer. Although his role has progressively changed, he’s seen no issue finding production while standing out as a leader. Woodall is a knockdown three-point shooter with size and a sturdy frame, but has also shown vision, solid creation...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 3 at LaMelo Ball Invitational

2024 Brandon Jennings (Team PUSH VA): Jennings was strong all game long to start the day on Day 3.  The long-framed guard blended his game very well, whether it was creating and getting in the paint to finish or stepping out to knock down some key shots from outside.  Really liked his balance on the floor, picking his spots to be aggressive and finish strong through contact or get to...

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