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Week 3 Open Gym Recap: West Virginia’s Got Dudes!

West Virginia loves its basketball, and while the talent there is a little more spread out than other players, there is a lot of talent there. We took this past week to travel around West Virginia to see some of the teams who will be playing in our events this coming season. No surprise to us, we saw so much talent. College coaches, take in these notes (also be sure to subscribe to THE Phenom...

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Phenom Open Gym Tour: Chapmanville (West Virginia)

Phenom Hoop Report hit the road and headed to the state of West Virginia, checking out some fantastic talent.  Early on, Jamie Shaw and Patrick O’Brien went to Chapmanville high school, a program that has produced incredible talent and have secured two straight state titles. Now, the seniors look to once again finish what they have started.  Phenom Hoops caught the Tigers in action for their...

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Phenom Team Camp: Chapmanville is Tough

A team doesn’t have to win every game in camp to illustrate what they’re fully capable of achieving during their upcoming high school basketball season.  A highly-attended team camp in Charlotte, North Carolina, drew local teams and not-so-local teams in search of competition and intensity to kick off their summer training.  Teams ranged from those full of AAU superstars to lesser-known teams...

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Talent all over the place on Day 1 of the Phenom Team Camp

Sometimes, shots fall.  Other times, they don’t.  This was the main takeaway from Court Two during the first of three days at an exciting Phenom Team Camp at Queens University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Court Two was an action-packed site for most of the first day, including two match-ups that lived up to the hype.  First up is the game between Moravian Prep (NC) and Chapmanville Regional...

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Tennessee Phenom 150 2019 Spring Award Winners

    Tennessee Phenom 150 Camp MPV: 6’9 2020 Obinna Anochili-Killen (Chapmanville HS, WV)     Tennessee Phenom 150 Playmaker: 5’11 2021 Hamilton Campbell (Grundy HS, VA)     Tennessee Phenom 150 Mr. Hustle: 6’5 2020 Lucas Jenkins (Mountain Heritage HS, NC)     Tennessee Phenom 150 Mr. Defense: 6’8 ‘2021 Tre’Lin Harper...

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Obinna Anochili-Killen DOMINATES Phenom TN 150 Camp! WV’s TOP Junior IS A FORCE!

Check out highlights from 6'8" Obinna Anochili-Killen at the Phenom Tennessee 150 Camp. Obinna is a back to back state champion from Chapmanvill, WV. He currently hold numerous D1 offers and put his skills on display this weekend.

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Early Standouts at Tennessee Phenom 150 Camp

#11- 5’8 ’25 Eli Ellis- The strong-bodied guard was among the youngest players from the first set of games, but more than held his own. He’s a leader with a tight handle and strong two-way feel for the game. Ellis effortlessly creates scoring opportunities and has the three-level ability to apply constant pressure as a penetrator or shooting threat from the perimeter. He sees the floor well and...

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Carmel Christian MLK Showcase Names and Storylines You Need to Know

Carmel Christian Vs. Independence was the Hoop State’s Game of the Year!! 6’9″ junior Obinna Anochili-Killen Chapmanville (WV) What is not to like about a high level defender, who is fluid with good hands and touch. The defensive switchability for Anochili-Killen is off the charts, exactly what you look for in modern basketball. Standing at a lengthy and explosive...

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Carmel Christian MLK Showcase “Recap and Storylines”

The Second Annual Carmel Christian MLK Showcase sponsored by Phenom Hoop Report was another huge success. There were four outstanding games, great crowds and an unbelievable atmosphere for a high school event. Now, let’s take a closer look at our observations and storylines. Be sure to check out our scoreboard link https://www.phenomhoopreport.com/carmel-christian-mlk-showcase-scoreboard/...

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Player Standouts at Session I of Phenom’s Carmel Christian MLK Showcase

Chapmanville (WV): 6’9 ’20 Obinna Anochili-Killen There’s a lot to like with this Chapmanville team, especially when Anochili-Killen is on the court. He’s long, athletic, and moves like a guard, which makes him a very intriguing two-way prospect. Anochili-Killen can do a solid amount of things on offense, as he can shoot, operate within two to three dribbles, and possesses excellent touch around...

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