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Team 6 Coach: Lauren Galvani #6: 5’4 ’25 Brooklyn Saunders (Butler) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a quality impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Brooklyn Saunders. She’s a smart, unselfish, high-motor point guard prospect with a reliable presence on both ends of the floor. Saunders is an excellent defender with the blend of IQ, quickness, and awareness...read more
Player: Morgan SmithClass: 2024Height: 5’8School: Ben L. Smith What a day it was at the Lady NC Top 80, as not only was it a great way to showcase the talent around the state but it also kicked off what we hope to bring with Lady Phenom. We want to continue the coverage from the event, as we talk about more players that grabbed our attention. It was great to get another view of 2024 Morgan...read more
Player: Morgan SmithClass: 2024Height: 5’8School: Ben L. Smith Looking in the Greensboro area, Phenom Hoops was able to stumble upon an intriguing junior guard that has had a good solid start to the season and played well at the Phenom Tourney Town Showcase. 2024 5’8 Morgan Smith from Ben L. Smith high school has started the season off strong in averaging double-figures (14.5ppg, 4.5rpg,...read more
5’9 ’24 Morgan Smith (Ben L. Smith) It’s easy to see the value Smith brings to this Golden Eagles squad, especially given her status as their primary ball-handler and overall creator. She’s a very tough, rugged, polished lead guard with a quick first step and the ability to fill it up as a scorer or create for others. Smith attacked the basket and finished, but also hit pull-ups at a high...read more
2024 Morgan Smith (Ben L. Smith): Smith led the way on Day 2 for her team, helping secure a strong overtime victory. She finished with 22 points and filled it up, doing a nice job of penetrating and creating. Smith was at her best when she was able to get downhill and attack the defense, finding ways to score inside but also did a tremendous job in getting to the line. But that doesn’t...read more