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Player Standouts at Day Two of Phenom Summer Havoc

6’3 ’25 Omaurie Phillips (Team Trezz) Although there were a ton of standouts on this Team Trezz roster, Phillips consistently found ways to stand out with his tough, rugged approach. He’s a very physical, athletic wing prospect who doesn’t require offensive touches in order to make a lasting impact. Phillips plays extremely hard, pursues rebounds and loose balls, and does the little things on...

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North Carolina Jr. Phenom Spring Camp Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Greg Harmon #5: 5’0 ’25 Joshua Dorsette II (Durham) Starting things off, we look at a player that seems to make strides in his progression with each viewing, Joshua Dorsette. He’s a wiry, slightly undersized point guard prospect with a quality feel for the game and the ability to run a team decently well. Dorsette can knock down open shots, create off the bounce, and position...

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Phenom Eastern North Carolina Junior Camp Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Andre Simmons   #5: 4’9 ’26 Braylen McRae (Garner) Starting things off, we look at a player that already does an excellent job of asserting himself despite a lack of true size, Braylen McRae. He’s a young, skilled point guard prospect with quickness and the ability to properly run a team on both ends of the floor. Next in his development process is working to get stronger, as...

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North Carolina Jr. Phenom 150 Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Daymond Lindell   #1: 4’9 ’25 Tristan Nunez (Lexington, NC) Staring things off, we look at a player that showcased a fairly well-rounded skillset at camp, Tristan Nunez. He’s a wiry guard prospect with nice length and a solid balance between scoring and playmaking. Nunez proved to be a competitor on both sides of the ball and operated with a strong motor throughout the day....

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Miles Magical Five: #NCJrPhenom Mid-Afternoon Slate

#62 6’1 2024 Brandon Ihle (Apex, NC) Ihle is a high quality young post player that has range that extends out to the 3 point line and beyond.  He has a firm understanding of the game, utilizing his talent to his advantage and maintaining a high level of productivity in both of his games thus far.  If he continues to grow he can be a really versatile forward at the high school level, and if...

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