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South Carolina Phenom Top 80 Camp Evaluations: Team 12

Team 12 Coach: Austin “Rudy” Mays   #9: 5’9 ’22 Dylan Williams (Irmo) Starting things off, we look at a player that already has a reputation as one of the most electric prospects in the state, Dylan Williams. He’s a smart, crafty, quick point guard prospect with a tight handle and excellent balance between playmaking and three-level scoring. Williams loves to dice up his man, get downhill,...

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Player Profile: 6’5 ’21 Malachy McGuirt (Rock Hill/Rock Hill Ballers)

Each year, we at Phenom Hoops are fortunate enough to watch and evaluate thousands upon thousands of basketball prospects. This allows us to have a wider scope and determine which players are overrated versus underrated. Malachy McGuirt is someone that we’ve seen numerous times in multiple different settings and we truly believe that he’s just beginning to scratch the surface of his long-term...

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South Carolina Top 80: Evaluation Team 4

South Carolina Top 80 Evaluations   Team 4 Coach: Kenneth Hunter   #4: 5’9 ’21 AJ Thompson (Rock Hill, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player with a lot of craftiness and natural ability to run a team, AJ Thompson. He’s a sharp-minded point guard with an excellent IQ and overall feel for the game, which allows him to frequently manipulate opposing defenses and make plays within...

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South Carolina Phenom 150: Team 2 Evaluations

South Carolina Phenom 150 Evaluations   Team 2 Coach: Jordan Washington   #55:5’6 ’22 Jaden Sanders (Dalzell, SC) Starting things off, we look at a player that brought a team-first approach to camp, Jaden Sanders. He’s a scrappy guard prospect with a strong motor and the ability to complement teammates on the court. Sanders scored the ball decently well and consistently looked to make...

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#PhenomChampionShowcase Morning Standout’s: Court Three

6’8 2020 Jason Thompson: HoopState Elite/United Faith Thompson recently made the switch from Garner Road over to HoopState Elite and he didn’t miss a beat in his first game with his new squad. Thompson fit right in, looking like one of the best players on the court in game one, he used his versatility to his advantage finding different ways to contribute in a tough loss to WCBA.  Look for...

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