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Phenom Hoops Player Profile: Tre McNeil

Height: 6’7 Class: 2023 School: Dudley Travel Team: New Light Disciples Sophomore Season: 2.3 PPG, 3.1 RPG Junior Season: 6.9 PPG, 4.8 RPG, 66% FG What Was Recently Said: (6/23/22) Although the Panthers received a notable transfer, McNeil should still be a leader and focal point for this group. His game has made clear strides over the last calendar year. McNeil thrives as a very active...

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College-Worthy Rosters at Summer Havoc: New Light Disciples

Last week, Phenom Hoops traveled down to Fort Mill, South Carolina to host our annual Summer Havoc Live. The event featured a slew of noteworthy teams and players, which naturally led to a ton of college coaches attending to find their next program-changing piece. While a lot of attention was centered around a handful of teams, college coaches were able to find worthy prospects at seemingly...

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“Getting to Know” 6’6 ’23 Tre McNeil

We’ve seen a lot of players come through our doors over the years, varying in appearance, skill level, and everything in between. We decided to put forth a “Getting to Know” series on some players who have attended events but still remain on the lesser-known side of things. Each of these prospects embody being a student-athlete and getting it done in the classroom as well as on the basketball...

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Five More Players to Watch at Phenom Challenge LIVE

6’2 ’23 Jahreece Lynch (NC Spartans Haidinger) Given the departure of a major piece, folks should expect Jahreece Lynch to take over leadership responsibilities for the remainder of the summer. Though his game is tailored to thrive in a complementary role, Lynch has never had an issue producing in any setting. He’s a strong, athletic, physically imposing wing with useful creation skills and the...

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A Closer Look: New Light Disciples

Over the last calendar year, normalcy has started to return to the grassroots landscape. The reinstated Live Periods have given these young prospects some semblance of hope in making it to the next level. However, coaches are still aggressively leaning into the transfer portal and opting to recruit guys who have already played (using the term loosely) in college. From the contrasting viewpoint,...

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The Expected Rise of Dudley Basketball

On Tuesday, Phenom Hoops traveled out to Greensboro, North Carolina for the Haeco Invitational. Formerly the Timco Little Four, this post-Christmas event has been a staple in the city over the last 45 years. During a thrilling first day of games, Dudley narrowly fell to Smith and found themselves in the consolation bracket. Regardless, the Panthers have shown consistent flashes throughout the...

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Page v. Dudley

On Monday, Phenom Hoops traveled out to the “Big Four” at Ben L. Smith High School, as Page and Dudley prepared to kick off their season with a neutral site contest. Given their talent, leadership, and coaching staff, the Pirates entered this contest with their highest expectations in recent memory. Meanwhile, Dudley quietly trended upward as one of the Triad’s more underrated teams throughout...

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Open Gym Report: Dudley High School

On Thursday, Phenom Hoops traveled out to the heart of Greensboro for another quality open gym session at Dudley High School. The Panthers have seen a variety of talent come through their doors over the years, including some of the best athletes in North Carolina’s history. This program has never struggled with getting kids to the next level, as evidenced by their slew of college players in the...

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