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On Tuesday, Phenom Hoops traveled to Mount Tabor High School in the heart of Winston-Salem, North Carolina as the Spartans prepared to open their season up against a tough Winston-Salem Prep squad. Between depth, transfers, and player development, all the stars are beginning to align for Mount Tabor. On the other side, Winston-Salem Prep is a yearly contender for the state championship and...read more
Phenom Open Gym Tour “Winston-Salem Prep” Phenom Hoop Report travelled to Winston-Salem to cover open gym of Winston-Salem Prep. Coach Andre Gould is in his 15th year as head coach and he is quietly building one of the NCHSAA most successful programs in the state. Coach Gould was named head coach back in 2004 when the school opened and only fielded a freshman team. During this time...read more
The annual Triad 48 hosted by the BlueChip Triad Academy lived up to the billing once again as some of the elite Triad talent battled it out at Forsyth Country Day School. Lewisville, North Carolina- It was quite a spectacle watching this group of athletes compete at their highest levels. The camp provided a stage for established stars to prove their value and other sleepers are looking to make...read more
The travel season is finally upon us and competition has begun to heat up; the who’s who of shoe-circuit teams are beginning to separate themselves from the pack while many of the top non-shoe-circuit programs have been at our events and playing in front of dozens of college coaches. Team Winston, Team Trezz, Juice All-Stars, New Light Disciples, the Greensboro Warriors, and numerous others have...read more
This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled to Spartanburg, South Carolina for the first live period of the early summer season. There were over 150 teams in attendance from all over the region, college-level talent was on display, and college coaches of all levels were sitting baseline throughout the weekend. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at some of my personal standouts from the guard...read more
Team Winston 6’7 ’19 Zack Austin- The two-way forward has been on an absolute tear since the travel ball season began and this contest was no different. He showed flashes of dominance on defense, utilizing his length and athleticism extremely well to alter shots and accumulate deflections. Austin is pretty skilled and can do a variety of different things on offense, from creating off the bounce...read more
Team 4 Coach Morris #4:5’10 ’20 Stephen Minor (Winston-Salem Prep) Starting things off, we look at a player that looks increasingly likely to have a big-time senior campaign, Stephen Minor. He’s a slightly undersized point guard prospect with a nice blend of IQ, skill, and athleticism. Minor is pretty strong for his size and shows no issue getting by opponents, which allows him to enter...read more