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2021 6’7 Maxwell Lewis (AZ Compass): Already holding several west coast offers, Lewis does a lot of the little things for his team that doesn’t always make the box score. With his 6’7 frame, he defends multiple positions and makes it incredibly difficult with his size and mobility. Offensively though, he stretches defense with his perimeter game but also gets it done inside. ...read more
Our Patrick O'Brien caught up with 7' junior John Butler at SCBCA Media Day to catch us up on all the latest... Here is the full interview.read more
John Butler is a 5-Star talent who people have been talking about at the highest level since middle school. Josh Taylor is emerging after he moved from Georgia to attend Greensboro Day and reclassified to the 2021 class.read more
John Butler & Eric Gaines Got Team United 17U LOOKING READY FOR EYBL!! #PhenomQCShowcase Highlights!
Check out highlights from Team United 17U led by 7' John Butler and guard Eric Gaines from Georgia.read more
Morgan County: 5’8 ’19 Stevin Greene Though small, the point guard prospect was one of the most exciting players to take the floor thus far. He’s an incredibly polished scorer with the ability to generate a clean look out of thin air, especially given his sharp handle and overall quickness. Greene is problematic for opponents, since his lack of size only makes him more challenging to defend....read more
Jeff Bendel Mikey Dukes is the Top Available Senior in the Carolinas After this weekend, it became increasingly clear that Mikey Dukes should be the most coveted unsigned senior in the Carolinas. He’s a terrific all-around point guard that recently decided to place his main emphasis on basketball, despite being a high-major football player. That being said, there are really no holes within...read more
South Carolina Top 80 Evaluations Team 9 Coach: Michael McCray #10: 5’9 ’22 Shane Blakeney (Rock Hill, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased an intelligent and unselfish approach to both sides of the ball, Shane Blakeney. He’s a point guard prospect with great quickness and a fundamentally sound feel for the game. Blakeney does a nice job of initiating the...read more
South Carolina’s finest made their way to Lexington for the annual SC Top 80 to showcase their abilities in front of College Coaches, Media, Scouts, and many others, and there was a ton of excitement. There was talent of all levels in the gym, leading to tons of memorable moments, highlights, and kids making a name for themselves in front of a lot of eyes. Let’s take a look at some...read more
No. 102 6’6 2021 Keyan Mims Keyan is one of the most gifted athletes we have seen come out of South Carolina since Jalek Felton. His explosiveness is at the very highest level and he loves to display his incredible bounce in both transition and the half-court. He catches lobs, throws back tip-dunks, and can literally go over-top of a defender. No.118 6’10 2019 Cooper Fowler Fowler’s...read more
The 4th Annual SC Top 80 took place at the beautiful gymnasium of Lexington High School. To put it simply, the state of South Carolina has a deep and loaded list of collegiate level prospects. Known for being a “football” state, the state of South Carolina is quickly changing its reputation and becoming a hotbed for talent. The 4th Annual SC Top 80 showcased the top players in the...read more
The 4th Annual South Carolina Top 80 went off without a hitch. In fact, the talent level there was as good as any Top 80 we have had. The high level, known, players came out and set the tone, but it was the depth of players that really opened eyes. With over 35 college coaches in the stands watching, the players went all out from the skills and drills into the games. With so many standouts it...read more
Phenom’s Challenge LIVE (April 20-22) Has Major Draws … Here are the Players the Blue Bloods are Coming to See
Anytime you gather hundreds of teams and put them in front of hundreds of coaches something great is bound to happen. This upcoming weekend’s Phenom Challenge Live will bring in teams from seven different states to compete in front of hundreds of coaches. In fact around 300 college coaches showed up to the 2017 version of this event with countless players earning offers and getting put on the...read more