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Players To Watch Out For More: Phenom MDC

2024 Jordan Dixon (NLPB Team Select): Dixon has been producing big time all throughout this summer on the Phenom Hoops platform. Whether he has been putting up big numbers, flying high to finish thunderous dunks, creating and finishing strong, or knocking down shots from multiple levels, Dixon has been a consistent producer on the court with his play.' He has been earning some more attention his...

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POB’s Eye Catchers: Day 3 at Phenom MDC

2025 Elijah Melton (Sandhills): Melton simply continues to be a name that pops up with his play. You can't help but want to go to battle with this young man, because he is going to be that physical force that you love to have on the floor. A bruising forward that plays hard, battles constantly on the boards, embraces contact, and knows how to be extremely productive. Underrated prospect here in...

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Phenom Hoops LIVE Recap: Garner Road 16u Select has talent to be found

Just because the LIVE period is over in April, doesn't mean that Phenom Hoops is stopping their coverage, as we are bringing you a ton of post-event coverage as well throughout the coming weeks.  Let's dive into a few players and teams that we saw at the event, as we shed light on players that performed well throughout. Garner Road 16u Select This is a team that I was excited to watch and...

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Cooper’s Developments: Phenom Hoops LIVE (Part 1)

By: Cooper Hart 6'6' '25 Levi Beckwith (All Carolina/Heritage) Beckwith possesses a ridiculous amount of intrigue thanks to his size, skillset, and motor. It's rare to see a big that sees the game as well as he does. He operated as a passing and creation hub for All Carolina this weekend, initiating the offense and creating plays for himself and his teammates at the point of attack.' He has a...

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Taking Notice of More: Phenom Rise Showcase (Part 1)

2025 Elijah Melton (Sandhills NLPB): We had a great opportunity to watch Melton in action, and he simply dominated en route to a 30+ point game. The 6'5 forward from Pinecrest is coming off a HS season in which he averaged a double-double, and he should only garner more attention this summer. He is a strong, physical prospect that is incredibly active in the paint, finishes at the rim, can step...

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Phenom Game Report: Pinecrest at Richmond

Final: Richmond 82 ' Pinecrest 55 Pinecrest: 7 ' 10 ' 16 ' 22 : 55Richmond: 17 ' 21 ' 28 ' 16 : 82 Phenom Hoops was on deck for what looked like an intriguing matchup between Pinecrest and Richmond, getting a chance to watch 2024 Paul McNeil and company in action going up against a scrappy Pinecrest team.  McNeil came out strong early in the first half, imposing his will against Pinecrest...

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