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Unsigned Senior Spotlight: Nathan Yow

Winning is a skill set, it is something that either you have or you don’t. 6′ Nathan Yow makes everyone around him better. Prior to Yow transferring to Grace Christian, nestled in Sanford, North Carolina, the team went 0-21 for the season. Now, two years later, Grace Christian is sitting at 18-8, coming off a 20-11 season, Yow’s first at the school. Yes, Yow transferred to...

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#PhenomNationalShowcase: Early Slate Standouts

6’2 2020 Creighton Lebo: Greenfield School (Game MVP) Lebo was excellent in the opening game of the Phenom National Showcase, exhibiting a high basketball IQ and maintaining a high level of productivity that he’s sustained over his High School and AAU Career.  He’s an excellent shooter, doing it off the catch and dribble, while also doing a great job running his team.   He...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 1: Evaluation Team 7

North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations   Team 7 Coach Donovan Perry   #66: 5’6 ’22 Jackson Hartzell (Summerfield, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that truly bought into the team concept and made his presence felt, Jackson Hartzell. He’s a young guard prospect that understands his role within a team and does an excellent job of spotting-up around the perimeter. Hartzell...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Exposure Camp — Session 1 2019s to Know

6’9″ Brandon Franklin Northwood Temple (Fayetteville, NC) When you have a very lengthy 6’9″ prospect with guard skills he opens a lot of eyes. Throughout the day, Franklin continuously knocked down 3-pointers and showed off a confident mid-post game. Still developing the finer parts of his game (especially footwork), He did a good job of rebounding his area and has...

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NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp Scouting Reports — 2019 Standouts, Part 2

Every year the NC Phenom 150 Exposure camp brings out players from across the region, they are players who walk into the gym and want to compete. They want to showcase themselves and write their own stories. Spring of 2018 was no different, in fact we were able to sell out two camps with players coming from six different states around the area. There were some familiar names that we saw a ton of...

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