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Given all the constant movement and overall flux within the high school landscape, it can be difficult for someone who isn’t especially involved in the scene to understand its nuances. What does this mean? Think specifically about the group over at Liberty Heights. Their coaching staff of Mike Wright, Ben Johnson, DaQuan Santos, and Robert Shuler has been around for quite a while, but the...read more
At the beginning of each new year, Phenom Hoops works to assemble a series of articles centered around unsigned senior prospects. Last season, over one hundred players from North Carolina went on to play at the Division I, II, III or NAIA levels, and that number looks likely to continue increasing with the current senior class. Typically, we take a closer look at guys who are overlooked and...read more
Liberty Heights has proven over and over that they have talent that can play at the next level.read more
It was hard narrowing down to a top 5, here are the players I believe made the greatest impressions.read more
The players really came out, and for a few hours of skills and drills (over the 2 day period) and 5 games played, they left it all on the floor.read more
The players, coaches, and staff crushed it over the weekend in Greensboro, with talent of all ages competing at a high level. It is always great see new names and undiscovered names to showcase their talent and there were quite a few players that could have gone home with some hardware this weekend. But here were our winners from the NC Phenom 150. MVP 15th Annual #NCPhenom150 6’3 2022 Julius...read more
#152 6’4 2019 Colin Radcliffe: Richlands High School (NC) Radlciffe was absolutely unconscious in the first half, ringing in 23 points on 5/7 from deep, and he kept it up in the 2nd half, doing more work getting downhill and creating contact at the cup. He’s a no brainer scholarship level talent that should be a major priority for D2s looking for a high level wing to add to their...read more