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Phenom Open Gym: South Meck

We have heard the early buzz around South Meck and it starts with head coach Gary Hall, one of the top coaches in the country who is now looking to make his mark in North Carolina with the Sabres. He has the winning pedigree and knowledge of the game, and it seems that he has earned some early traction with the program now.

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Anthony Morrow Elite: Clear Appeal for College Coaches

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops traveled down to Rock Hill, South Carolina for our annual Queen City Showcase. There were dozens of quality teams from each age group and countless prospects worth noting for college coaches. The Anthony Morrow Elite squad was among the most intriguing groups for next-level programs to track. They’ve done a great job of piecing this roster together from all parts...

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Evening Standouts at Day Three of Phenom Queen City Showcase

5’10 ’21 Immanuel Stanback (Charlotte Nets McClary) Though somewhat undersized, Stanback is a steady ball-handler with a quick first step and the ability to attack the basket. He knocked down multiple jumpers and made his presence felt in transition. Not only did he complement others well, but also showed the ability to take over as needed.  5’9 ’21 Kadyn Dawkins (Cobras 2021) There is an...

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Tommy’s Ten from JMAC Showcase (Part 2)

This weekend at the JMAC Showcase in Fort Mill, SC there was an immense talent pool ranging from 12U to 17U. I was stationed at Nation Ford High School and took in over 15 games throughout the weekend. Here are some of the standouts, in no particular order, that made an impression on me. Let’s get into it!

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 1: Evaluation Team 5

North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations   Team 5 Coach Tyler McHone   #84:5’9 ’20 Calvin Woods (Raleigh, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that brought an excellent attitude to his team throughout camp, Calvin Woods. He’s a point guard prospect that rebounds extremely well for his position and frequently pushes transition play. Woods showed the ability to...

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Four to Watch: NC Phenom 150

The NC 150 camp has always served as a platform specifically for underclassmen looking to break onto the scene, and unsigned seniors looking to prove their worth for last minute offers. Greensboro, North Carolina- This years camp was no different it was chalk full of youngsters in what seems to be talented 2021 and 2022 classes, the game continues to evolve at great speeds, and these young...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 1: Kevin’s Fab 5

Kevin’s Fab 5 -NC Phenom 150 Session 1   6’0 2019 Michael Wade: The Burlington School (Burlington NC) TBS will be in good shape with Wade running the point for them this year. Did a good job at applying pressure and getting paint touches, once there most of the day he was able to finish at the rim or dropped it off for a teammate to finish. His first step is a blur and was hard to stay in...

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Morning Standouts at NC Phenom 150 Camp

#131- Michael Wade- Quick point guard with great defensive poise; he moves extremely well on both sides of the ball and bothers opponents with his quickness. Wade gets to the rim at will and finishes a strong majority of his attempts. He’s smart and reads the floor quite well.   #210- Bryson Nesbit- Versatile two-way forward prospect; he has a lot of translatable skills and can play as the...

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