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A Closer Look: Point Guards in South Carolina’s Class of 2022

At this point, it should be no secret that our neighbors to the south have some of the most underrated basketball talent of any state in the country. Sure, South Carolina might not necessarily have the depth of prospects like North Carolina but their top grouping could consistently go toe-to-toe against the best players from almost any other state (including North Carolina). Even looking back at...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Spring Camp Evaluations: Team 8

Team 8 Coach: Johnny Moses #17: 5’6 ’23 Michael Forte II (Summerville) Starting things off, we look at a player that impacted the game pretty well despite being the smallest prospect on this team, Micahel Forte II. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with a team-first mentality and willingness to make hustle plays on both ends of the floor. Forte looks to create for others whenever possible but...

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South Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: Walker   #8:5’4 ’23 Keenan Wilkins (Hendersonville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that has the chance to become a really high-level floor general, Keenan Wilkins. He’s a somewhat undersized point guard with great two-way instincts and an exceptional feel for the game. Wilkins is a smart, unselfish ball-handler that can get by basically any opponent and enter the...

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SC Phenom 150 Morning Standouts

#61 6’2” 2024 Cameron Scott Lexington, SC Scott has a chance to be very good. Already he has the length that makes him look as if he still has considerable growth physically. Playing in this one, against high school-aged kids, the 7th grader battled. He was good in the mid-range and finished at the rim. He is one to watch moving forward, the upside is considerable. #26  5’9” 2022 Savion Brown...

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#SCPhenom150: Early Day Standouts (Court Two)

#39 5’10 2020 Jordan Coleman: Chester High School (SC) Coleman is a strong explosive athlete that plays the game with a chip on his shoulder.  He fully understands that playing with a high level of effort is a great way to get noticed and that’s exactly what he did in this one.  He did a great job at getting downhill, finishing at the cup, either through contact or straight-line above the rim!...

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