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POB’s Strockrisers at the Coach Rick TOC (Part 2)

2026 Sam Quebedeaux (Team Push): Quebedeux had a very good showing all throughout the Coach Rick TOC and should be a name that more people start learning as he heads into the upcoming high school season.  At the event though, he was a very good scoring presence consistently throughout and did so in a variety of ways.  He plays under control and at a great pace, sees/reads the floor well, is a...

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NCISAA Sideline Report: Players that left an impression

2025 Ian Bush (Burlington Christian): Bush was a name that caught our attention purely by his hard work and how he competes.  Bush, a 6’5 prospect from Burlington Christian, just made play after play on each end, putting his body on the line, making plays offensively, impacting the game on the boards, and simply outworking others on the court. 2025 AJ Jamison (Charlotte Christian): With a...

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Coopers Notes: Phenom Memorial Day Classic (Part 1)

By: Cooper Hart 6’6” ’24 Jeff Clark (Team Trezz Williams/New Garden Friends) Clark improved his stock as much as anyone this weekend due to his constant energy and eye-popping athleticism. He thrived in transition scenarios, using his athleticism and motor to get down the court and finish around and through defenses with regularity. Defensively, he can do everything from stop the point of...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations (Session II): Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Stan Carpenter #6: 5’5 ’25 Kaden Bradley (Rocky River) Starting things off, we look at a player who offered a pretty scrappy, productive presence despite being the smallest camper on this team, Kaden Bradley. He’s a tough, heady, high-motor guard prospect with a fairly well-rounded skillset and unselfish approach to the game. Bradley is a capable initiator, but finds a lot of...

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NC Phenom 150 Camp Recap (Session II)

Top Performer- 6’6 ’25 Jake Cackovic (Holly Springs) Although there were a lot of notable guys on display, Jake Cackovic utilized this camp to serve as the setting for his breakout campaign. He was an impressive player throughout the summer, but really showcased flashes of pure dominance at the event. Winning the MVP award was relatively simple for the young, skilled forward. He’s a knockdown...

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Reece’s Standouts: Triad Blue Chip Fall League (West Division Week 1)

by: Ethan Reece 2023 Adam Hege (Surry Central)If you’re looking for the textbook example of a point guard, you should see the way Adam plays the position. He was a brilliant game manager that played a major catalyst in orchestrating everything they did and didn’t even have to score to leave his impact. He handled the pressure, scrappily defended, and consistently set up the offense for proper...

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