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Phenom November Classic: Cannon vs. Freedom Christian (Recap/Standouts)

Cannon and Freedom Christian kicked off Game 2 in the Arena.  Cannon was coming off a solid performance the week before in Rock Hill and seemed to continue that early on, knocking down shots and finding a rhythm early on in the first quarter to secure a 19-10 lead after one.  Cannon continued to hold their double-digit lead throughout the second quarter but Freedom Christian really...

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Jamie’s Upside Picks (The Future is Bright) — Hoops and Dreams Showcase

7’ 2020 Jeriah Coleman Great Bridge Christian (Norfolk, VA) Coleman walks onto the floor with a great frame. He is a very fluid athlete who has great hands and natural timing. He was able to knock down his free throws and transition effortlessly from defense to offense. Coleman is new to Virginia, transferring down from Alaska this summer. So he is new to the radar and conversation, however he...

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Hoops and Dreams Showcase — Early Day 1 Names You Got to Know

6’ Unsigned Senior John Michael Wright Fayetteville Academy (NC) Wright has always been a productive player. A very explosive, downhill guy who plays with a chip on his shoulder. This game he showcased his ability to make the right play. He touched the paint often and was able to deliver great passes or finish in the paint. Surprising he doesn’t have any Division 1 offers, they should be coming....

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Player Profile: 6’5″ 2019 Brandon Murray

6’5” 2019 Brandon Murray Freedom Christian (NC)/Team ENC When talking about the best shooters in North Carolina, among the first names mentioned should be Brandon Murray. The length 6’5” shooting guard has consistent volleyball line range with a quick release and has a good IQ off the ball, shot prep and getting to his spots. Over the past year, Murray has become much more aggressive and...

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April Blow Ups Turn into Must Watch July Players — 6’9″ 2020 Aymeric Toussiant

Our first time watching Aymeric Toussiant was his freshman year at the inaugural Phenom’s Feast of Champions event in 2016. He walked on the court and you could see the upside, but he was young, almost like a deer in headlights. However, during that game you could see glimpses. Although he was the third of fourth guy off the bench for that Victory Christian team, the (then) 6’7” forward made a...

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