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Phenom G3 Showcase Superlatives: Player that can go for 30

After every event at Phenom Hoop Report, it is always fun to listen to what our scouts have to say when comparing players and their skillset.  Of course, we have scouts watching different teams, which only means they have different opinions. That is why we want to hear the thoughts of our scouts on different topics. Player that can go for 30 at the Phenom G3 Showcase: Jeff Bendel: 6’0 ’22 Neeko...

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Andrew Shull GOES AT EVERYONE … the FLOOR GENERAL is a STONE COLD KILLER

Andrew Shull is the consummate point guard. He defends, passes and can flat score the basketball. He also is the typical gritty, coach on the floor that you find in a pure winner. Shull is the starting point guard for the back to back West Virginia state champions, Chapmanville High School. At last weekend’s G3 Showcase Shull averaged 25 points per game. He is a stud … Here are his...

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“Mamma There Goes That Man!” Greensboro’s Finest, Ahmil Flowers TURNS UP at Phenom’s G3 Showcase

Ahmil Flowers has experienced an awesome blow up during the month of April, and into May. He went from no college interest to multiple D1 offers. This has been great to watch, as the young man is well deserved of these offers (and the many more to come).

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Phenom’s G3 Showcase Breakouts You Must Know

When given this big of a platform, the known players step up to perform. However, when a stage is as big as the one provided by Phenom Hoops at Phenom’s 3G Showcase, there can also be players who you don’t expect to really shine. Breakouts are a wonderful part of travel basketball … Here are some players who left Phenom’s 3G Showcase, firmly on the radar (college coaches, you should follow suit...

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Jamie’s 5 to Know: Phenom G3 Showcase

What a weekend it was. 50 teams came in, from four different states, to compete from the 14u-17u age groups…Greensboro, NC got things popping. True to form, dozens of college coaches attended the event, and there were some players who really took advantage of the spotlight. Typically a Phenom Hoops travel ball event has 80–120 teams playing in it, we kept this one small intentionally. As...

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