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Battle at the Rock “Final Thoughts” To say the inaugural Battle at the Rock was a success would be a huge understatement. The partnership between Visit York County and Phenom Hoop Report pulled off one of the country’s best early season tournament. With a mixture of high profile teams like Oak Hill and IMG Academy and local and state high school powerhouses provided the...read more
Battle at the Rock Stock Risers The inaugural Battle at the Rock Showcase featured two of the nation’s best teams in Oak Hill Academy and IMG. Both rosters feature high major prospects that are mentioned as the nation’s elite level talent. That being said, there was an abundance of talent at all levels and will be playing at the collegiate level. Today, we want to take a closer look...read more
The Oak Hill Warriors came down to Fort Mill, South Carolina without their Head Coach Steve Smith and they still took care of business against a short-handed, although tough Dorman squad, playing without South Carolina’s #1 2020 PJ Hall, that is arguably the best Public School team in The Carolinas at full strength. Dorman hung around in the first half, largely due to the play of Morehead...read more
6’2” Tre Jackson AAU: Team SC High School: Blythewood Jackson blew up in July, there is no simpler way to say it. He now is carrying upwards of 20 offers and is being tracked and talked about by Power 5 programs. This was quite the leap for Jackson who was a solid low major prospect heading into July with 4 or so offers. He was spectacular at Phenom’s Summer Jam Team Camp this Summer where he...read more
It’s the live period ladies and gentlemen, offers flying in the sky like butterflies, oh my goodness we are back in business with the busiest three weeks of the year for tons and tons of people around the basketball industry and where else would I be… Spartanburg at the Upward Stars Center where all the action is this week. Here are some of the standout’s from night one!...read more
Every July someone pops out and earns numerous offers. This July, that player may just be 6’3” 2019 Ta’Lon Cooper. As Cooper runs with the Upward Stars Upstate team, he is certain to show his ability to flat out score the basketball, and that shows well with lines of coaches watching. Cooper is a long-armed shooting guard who has easy, 3-level scoring ability. He has a quick release with...read more