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Kevin’s Player Standouts at NC Top 80

2020 #59 6’4 Ahmil Flowers (Greensboro) Ahmil is one of the most athletic kids in the state that nobody talks about. Flowers was a terror in transition and on the boards, he also has the potential to be a lockdown defender. Flowers does an excellent job of utilizing his body to navigate through traffic. Ahmil best basketball is ahead of him with his ability to fill the stat sheets up. #47 6’3...

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Grimsley v. Northwest Guilford

On Tuesday, Phenom Hoops traveled to Northwest Guilford to see the Vikings host the Grimsley Whirlies for a first-round playoff matchup. The previous two meetings between these teams went down to the closing minutes and were ultimately decided by a total of nine points. Grimsley entered this contest just under .500 on the season, but have a unique roster composition and are capable of competing...

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Jamie’s Stock Risers from Phenom’s High School Jamboree Session 1

Year after year, this is the 6th year of the event, this platform is perfect for players to break out in a big way. Any time you have a baseline filled with college coaches and a court filled with incredibly talented players, something is bound to happen. Session 1 was no different. Add in incredible coverage of EVERY court and a live stream being blasted out by Baller TV and the amount of...

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Phenom HS Jamboree Session I (11/3/18): K-Rob’s ‘Seven’

  Over 40 high school programs had the opportunity to get in some early season action as we kicked off Session I of our annual ‘Phenom High School Jamboree.’ With an abundance of talent and plenty of college coaches filling up space in our two hosted locations, Proehlific Park and Northwest Guilford High School, the day resulted in successful fashion. Assigned for coverage on Court 3 at...

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Late Morning Recaps: #PhenomHSJamboree Court One @ Proehlific Park

Carolina Basketball Academy Vs Greater Beckley Christian (WV) Coming into the Jamboree as a virtual unknown by many Carolina Basketball Academy assured that everybody would know their name by the end of the day.  The feature backcourt of 6’5 2019 Gavin Singleton and 6’4 2020 Omar Gardner controlled the game from the opening tip until the final buzzer, creating many highlights along the way. ...

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