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Team 3 Coach: Patrick Paul #1: 5’2 ’28 Christopher Strayhorn (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed nicely despite being the youngest and smallest camper on his team, Christopher Strayhorn. He’s an unselfish, team-first guard prospect that allows himself to learn and absorb information through coaching. Strayhorn displayed a useful midrange jumper and passed...read more
Team 3 Coach: Andre Simmons #13: 5’2 ’24 DeAngelo Brooks (Columbia) Starting things off, we look at a player that stood out as a quality floor general throughout camp, DeAngelo Brooks. He’s an unselfish, high-motor guard prospect that offers an excellent balance between playmaking and three-level scoring. Next in his development process is working to add strength, as it’ll make him a more...read more
Check out some of the standouts from the South Carolina Junior Phenom camp in Lexington, SC.read more
In what was probably the most electric game of the day and what was definitely the most electric 12U Game I’ve ever seen with my own eyes the Carolina Bad Boyz prevailed over Team Truth to come away with a crazy comeback victory in the championship game of the 12U bracket at the Phenom Hoop Report JMAC Showcase. After Trailing by as many as 21 points in the 2nd half, this group of young...read more
Carolina Bad Boyz: 5’3 ’26 Khristian Bruce- Though young and playing up, Bruce was a major part of the Bad Boyz success this morning. He forced an abundance of turnovers, pushed transition play, and willingly looked to create for others. Bruce is a pesky all-around defender with a blossoming offensive skillset. He’ll certainly be one to watch develop, especially as he grows into his body. ...read more
Game One: Carolina Bad Boyz 12U (51) Vs LKN1 2025 (50) Carolina Bad Boyz: 5’7 2025 Kielin Thomas: 10 Points Thomas was a consistent presence in this one, and made some big time shots and FT’s down the stretch for his team in a tightly contested game to start the day. He’s a talented young prospect that has a legitimate future in basketball if he continues to play and work on his craft. LKN1:...read more