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Top Unsigned Prospects in North Carolina’s Class of 2021 (Part Three)

6’7 Saiquone Harris (Word of God) In terms of raw talent, there is no real questions surrounding Harris and his massive long-term upside. At 6-foot-7, he’s undeniably skilled for his size with athleticism, toughness, and useful offensive versatility. Harris handles the ball well, displays solid vision, and actively mixes up his approach as a three-level scorer. He’s great in transition and...

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North Carolina Top 80 Camp Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Rod Bridgers #0: 6’2 ’22 Elijah Jamison (Liberty Heights) Starting things off, we look at a player that has proven himself as easily one of the toughest, most prolific scorers in the state, Elijah Jamison. He’s a strong, rugged, downhill guard prospect with the ability to access and convert nearly any shot from inside the arc. Jamison is quick and crafty enough to get by...

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Player Standouts at NC Top 80 v. SC Top 80

Jamarii Thomas- The tough, heady point guard prospect offered a very consistent two-way presence, overwhelming opponents with his motor and toughness. Thomas attacks the basket very well and displays a strong balance between scoring and playmaking. He’s great in the open floor and shows a willingness to make hustle plays. Julian Kiett- It’s somewhat perplexing to try and understand why Kiett...

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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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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Queen City Showcase

The Phenom Hoops’ travel schedule is officially back in full swing, as we traveled down to the Rock Hill Sports and Events Center in Rock Hill, South Carolina for our Queen City Showcase this past weekend. There was an abundance of talent in the gym, which led to numerous standout performers across the weekend. This article will take a closer, more detailed look at some of those personal...

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Evening Standouts at Day One of Phenom Queen City Showcase

6’0 ’21 Khalil Brantley (Mint Hill Lakers) There should be no disputing the notion that Brantley was the most utterly dominant performer from this contest. He’s a compact guard with quickness, craftiness, and the ability to generate shots (and convert) from anywhere on the floor. Brantley gets downhill whenever he wants, displays great athleticism, and makes a ton of plays in transition. ...

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College Coaches need to watch QCAA 17u at Queen City Showcase

Rock Hill will be loaded with talent and Phenom Hoops wants to not only get everyone ready for an exciting event but also make sure we provide exposure for teams and players all throughout. We start previewing teams and players that coaches and fans will want to check out at the event.

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Due for a Jump: 6’9 Joseph Ferrante

Each year in North Carolina, rankings are in constant fluctuation due to the amount of prospects that either drastically improve, find a new setting, or maximize an unforeseen opportunity. Sometimes, none of these apply to the actual circumstances. However, this article series will take a look at some of the most worthy prospects due for a likely jump in our rankings. Starting with North...

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