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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...read more
By: Cooper Hart Kaden Hammond – 2025 – The Burlington School The newest addition to the TBS roster, Kaden gives them much needed frontcourt depth. In the first game of the tournament, he displayed his ability to score with touch and efficiency, putting up 12 points on 5/8 shooting. He scored in a variety of ways, using great touch on layups, hooks, and short jumpers. He also added 9 rebounds and...read more
By: Cooper Hart With public school basketball starting this past Friday, I was able to catch three games live over the weekend. Fuquay-Varina @ Holly SpringsGreen Level @ Willow SpringHeritage @ SE Raleigh Isaac Ericksen – Sophomore – Green Level Isaac dominated inside for the Gators in their win over Willow Spring on Friday night. Isaac finished as the second-leading scorer with 14 points and...read more
Team 5 Coach: Ricky Moore #5: 5’11 ’25 Mason Dobie (First Flight) Starting things off, we look at a player who showcased a very steady, reliable presence, Mason Dobie. He’s a tough, unselfish guard prospect with a high motor and the ability to produce from either backcourt position. Dobie handles the ball well, gets others involved, and can create off the bounce, but is also capable of...read more
2026 Cole Cloer (Durham Hurricanes): Cloer has been a favorite of mine since the summer and he was off the charts today with what he showed. Early on, you must like his size and his feel for the game, as he was making spectacular decisions and passes to set up his teammates, created well and found ways to score around defenders, displayed good athleticism and body control, as well as being...read more
Phenom Hoops travelled to Holly Spring, North Carolina to cover Holly Springs High School. Coach L.J. Hepp has plenty to be excited about with a team that finished 23-5 last season and should be one of the early favorites in the NCHSAA 4A. To put it mildly, Holly Springs and Myers Park could be the two early favorites to compete for the coveted 4A state championship. Coach Hepp has a unique...read more
On Wednesday, Phenom Hoops released our updated rankings for North Carolina’s Class of 2024. 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...read more