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Don’t Overlook the Talent: Class of 2024 (Part 2)

2024 Jacob Brandly (Combine): Brandly is one that I’ve been high and intrigued with more than others, and I do believe that he is one that should get more looks.  With what he provides on the court, he can be an interesting matchup for a program.  The 6’5 prospect has a big frame and is one that hurt opponents with his ability to battle around the basket but is one that can surprise you with his...

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Having a Strong Summer: Class of 2024 (NC) (Part 2)

2024 Jullien Cole (Richmond): Cole has only continued to improve and it seems that more people are taking notice. From when we first wrote about him over a year ago (Click Here) to where he is today, Cole has continued to showcase how effective he can be on the court. He looks bigger and stronger, showing more of his ability to knock down shots from outside, his ability to create and make strong...

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Watch out for Davidson Day this upcoming season with new additions

Though we are right in the middle of the travel ball season, it seems that Davidson Day has been making some noise this offseason as well.  Several players this month have been announcing that they will be heading to the program this upcoming high school season, as the Patriots will be looking a bit different. After coming off a season in which they finished 5-17 overall, Davidson Day will...

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Learning New Names from Phenom Lakesgiving

2023 Elijah Ford (Central Cabarrus): A new name on Central Cabarrus, Ford really stepped up and made big-time shots for his team on Day 2. He should fit in nicely with this team, as he was able to be a big perimeter threat hitting multiple threes.  With how the team shares the ball, Ford will have his opportunities to shine and will be a big part of the team’s success this year along with...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Phenom Lakesgiving (Day 2, Part 2)

2023 Rashad McCormick (Hough): McCormick is a player that has been going under the radar here in North Carolina but his stock should start rising even more with college programs. The 6’6 prospect continues to show that he can be a force around the basket with his athleticism and length, but he also shows that he be a mismatch with his ability to step out.  McCormick did a great job in finishing...

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