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North Carolina Jr. Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: Rod Williams #6: 5’0 ’25 Alexander Brodie (Wendell) Starting things off, we look at a player that stood out with his sharp passing and quality defensive instincts, Alexander Brodie. He’s a smart, wiry guard prospect that plays with tremendous energy on both ends of the floor. Brodie looks to setup others whenever possible but also displayed a reliable midrange jumper quite often....

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North Carolina Jr. Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Mason Padgett #5: 4’11 ’25 Jalen Mills (Hope Mills) Starting things off, we look at a player that really knows how to stand out with his nonstop effort and team-first approach, Jalen Mills. He’s a tough, scrappy guard prospect with a nice handle and quality vision as a playmaker. Mills looks to set up teammates whenever possible but also knows how to take advantage of easy scoring...

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North Carolina Jr. Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Dre Simmons #4: 4’9 ’26 Amari Goggins (Fayetteville) Starting things off, we look at a player that stood out with his phenomenal effort on both ends of the floor, Amari Goggins. He’s a young, strong-bodied guard prospect that knows how to work within the flow of the team. Goggins hustles at all times, looking to force turnovers, secure rebounds, and set up others whenever possible....

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North Carolina Jr. Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 2

Team 2 Coach: Kelvin Reid #3: 4’8 ’26 Kelby Taylor Jr. (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player that already possesses a lot of skill, especially for his age and size, Kelby Taylor Jr. He’s a young, smart, wiry point guard prospect that offers a terrific balance between playmaking and three-level scoring. Taylor does a great job of displaying craftiness, able to break down his...

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North Carolina Jr. Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Ryan Bernardi #2: 4’6 ’27 Adam Reavis (Kernersville) Starting things off, we look at a player that offered an extremely energetic, team-first presence on both ends of the floor, Adam Reavis. He’s a smart, high-motor guard prospect that impacted the game incredibly well despite being among the youngest campers in attendance. Reavis works within the flow of the offense, never forces...

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NC Junior Phenom Scoring Leaders “Top 30”

Class Height No. Name City State High School Avg. 2024 5′6″ 35 Quay Watson Charlotte NC Francis Bradley Middle School 27 2024 6′1″ 52 Zion Walker Graham NC The Burlington School 18 2025 5′3″ 19 Jayden Davis High Poiint NC The Point College Preparatory 16 2024 5’10” 17 Kaedon Porter Shannon NC Red Springs Middle 14.5 2024 5′10″ 48 Austin Swartz Indian Trail NC Sun Valley Middle 13...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from NC Junior Phenom Session I (Part III)

Phenom Hoop Report headed back to a familiar place over the years, as Proehlific Park in Greensboro, North Carolina held their first of three North Carolina Junior Phenom camps.  Not only does it provide a fantastic chance for young, rising prospects to learn the game but also gives us an early preview of the talent coming up in the years to come. Check out a few names that impressed at the...

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Afternoon Standouts at NC Jr. Phenom Camp

#2- Adam Reavis- Though young and somewhat undersized, Reavis knows how to make his presence felt—especially on defense. He plays with a nonstop motor and simply looks to affect the action however possible on either end of the floor. Reavis knows how to disrupt his assignment on defense and was the only player in attendance that attempted to take a charge.   #3- KJ Taylor- The two-way...

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Early Standouts at NC Jr. Phenom Camp

#5- Jalen Mills- No player has worked harder than Mills, who genuinely gives maximum effort on every possession. He’s a true team-first guard that looks to make hustle plays, but is also capable of making the extra pass to open teammates. Mills is the type of player that every coach can utilize.   #17- Kaedon Porter- There’s a lot to like with Porter, who is an extremely smooth, skilled,...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from NC Junior Phenom Session I (Part II)

Phenom Hoop Report headed back to a familiar place over the years, as Proehlific Park in Greensboro, North Carolina held their first of three North Carolina Junior Phenom camps.  Not only does it provide a fantastic chance for young, rising prospects to learn the game but it also gives us an early preview of the talent coming up in the years to come. Check out a few names that impressed at the...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from NC Junior Phenom Session I (Part I)

Phenom Hoop Report headed back to a familiar place over the years, as Proehlific Park in Greensboro, North Carolina held their first of three North Carolina Junior Phenom camps.  Not only does it provide a fantastic chance for young, rising prospects to learn the game but it also gives us an early preview of the talent coming up in the years to come. Check out a few names that impressed at the...

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