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2019-20 Phenom Hoops All-Defense teams

There were several players could make a case for the Phenom Hoops' All-Defensive Team, but here are the players that made our list. Check out the first, second, and third-team all-defense teams below.

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Defensive Difference Makers

Defensive Difference Makers  There’s an old saying, “Offense sells the tickets, defense wins the game.” No matter the level, defense is the name of the game. When speaking to college coaches, one of the biggest questions we get as basketball scouts concerning a prospect is, ” Who can they defend?” In addition, we often hear players will play at the level they can defend. That being...

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Defense is the name of the game for 2020 6’0 Lawrence Frost (Combine Academy)

Coaches can teach defense all they want but players have to by into that part of their game as well. When you watch Jeff McInnis’ Combine Academy, the one thing that you will immediately see on the floor is that they buy-in on the defensive end and 2020 6’0 Lawrence Frost may be their best defender of the group.

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Miles Magical Five: #CCSTOC19 Day Two Late Slate

6’3 2021 Nick Green: Henderson Collegiate (5-8 From the Field, 5-7 From Deep, 15 Points, 6 Rebounds, 2 Steals) Green is a vital piece to a Henderson Collegiate squad that features an abundance of backcourt talent. His ability to impact the game as a 3 & D guy is a perfect compliment to the playmaking of Javonte Waverly, the dynamic offensive force of Kalib Matthews, and the steadying...

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#PhenomChallengeLive: Miles Saturday Standouts (Early Slate)

6’0 2020 Lawrence Frost: Juice All Stars Stephenson Frost had a huge impact in this one with his ability to defend the point of attack and ensure the team is being run at a high level.  He excels at breaking his man down off the bounce and finding his teammates for easy buckets.  He had a handful of D2’s watching along that really liked what he brought to the table as a leader to how with the...

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Miles Magical Five: #PhenomCityOfOaks Session One

6’3 2021 Elijah Jamison: Louisburg High School (28 Points) Jamison is one of the best pure scorers in North Carolina regardless of class, showing a wide array of moves in his arsenal while he was looking to score.  He has great size and length for a lead guard that’s always looking to score.  For a right handed player he’s incredibly confident going left, and in fact he goes...

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Session I Player Standouts at Phenom’s City of Oaks Classic

Louisburg: 6’3 ’21 Elijah Jamison The point guard was simply exceptional during the opening contest of Phenom’s City of Oaks Classic. He displayed the ability to create space against any assignment and relentlessly scored the ball from all levels. Jamison has an excellent frame and absorbs contact really well on penetration chances. He also possesses an incredible feel for the game. There’s a...

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The Game of Intrigue: Ravenscroft vs. Athens Drive

This Saturday, Phenom Hoops will be traveling to Trinity Academy in Raleigh, North Carolina for our second annual City of Oaks Classic. We’ve reached our final preview in the series, but it’ll be exciting, as it’s going to have the potential to shut the gym down. These two teams share few similarities, but both squads have something to prove. Each team contains a senior committed to a Division I...

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Storylines From #TheJohnWall Holiday Invitational: Part One

I had the wonderful opportunity to work the single greatest high school event in the country; The 47th Annual John Wall Holiday Invitational at Broughton High School, Inside the Beltline, in downtown Raleigh.  There was an abundance of talent in this years event leading to four consecutive days of sold out crowds.  3500+ fans from the #HoopState filled the stands creating the single greatest...

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NCHSAA Game Recap — Tri-6 4A Semifinals … Athens Drive Vs. Panther Creek

The NCHSAA playoffs are here and last night Phenom Hoops was at Riverside High School, in Durham, to watch the Tri-6 semi-finals. This is an under rated 4A league in the RDU that has a lot of next level talent playing across multiple rosters within the region. The second game of the night featured Athens Drive High School (Raleigh, NC) against Panther Creek High School (Morrisville, NC) and it...

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