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Phenom Game Report: Dodge City CC vs. Kansas Wesleyan JV

Phenom Hoops tuned into the action on Monday night, as Dodge City CC and Kansas Wesleyan JV tipped off.  Why tune in for this game? Well, there are plenty of Phenom Hoops alums that were in action including one of the hottest players in the country. Players like Nick Pringle, BJ Freeman, Kahari Rogers, Jordan Love, Jonathan Breeland, Jacquez Shuler, and Themus Fulks all have been on the...

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Here Comes the Blow Up: 2022 Nick Pringle (Dodge City CC)

It doesn’t seem too long ago when Phenom Hoops was sitting baseline, getting a chance to watch a prospect that we thought was going under the radar but also could be considered a little bit of a late bloomer.  Well, now, Nick Pringle has emerged as one of the hottest targets out there recently for college programs.  Watching him at Whale Branch HS, there were just so many things to like about...

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Five JUCO Priorities Worthy of Attention

The grassroots landscape is an intensely competitive setting for young kids to try and achieve their goals in making it to the collegiate ranks. Given the overabundance of talent within North Carolina, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing extremely talented players take the JUCO route as opposed to other alternatives. Whether for grades, lack of exposure, or something completely different, each of...

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South Carolina Phenom Top 80 Camp Evaluations: Team 11

Team 11 Coach: Tay Robinson   #8: 5’9 ’21 Omazeon Tinsley (Lancaster) Starting things off, we look at a player that simply knows how to properly run a team on either end of the floor, Omazeon Tinsley. He’s a smart, lightning-quick point guard prospect that offers a nice balance between scoring and playmaking. Tinsley is able to get downhill with relative ease, where he’s able to frequently...

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Potential breakout: 2020 6’8 Nick Pringle should have college coaches’ attention now

We honestly don’t know what will grow faster; the attention and college recruitment for 2020 6’8 Nick Pringle or his size from his freshman season to now? The growth can be seen literally and figuratively for Pringle over the years.  Once standing at 6’1 as a freshman, Pringle has seen a huge change in his game over the years due to his growth.  And now, with what he brings to the floor, college...

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#SCTop80: Miles Magical Five (Late Slate)

#108 6’6 2020 Keyon Mims: Fort Mill High School Mims is a really versatile player due to his ability to defend multiple positions on the perimeter and interior. His offensive skillset is diverse. He can handle the ball, post up, shoot it from 3, and get above the rim for high flying finishes. He brings a lot to the table on the wing with the lineage of things he does well. He maintains a...

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South Carolina Top 80 Breakouts

On Sunday, Phenom Hoops hosted the 5th annual South Carolina Top 80 exposure camp, the premier exposure camp held in the state of South Carolina. 30+ college coaches from around the region stopped in to watch the talent, as nationally read media and NCAA compliant scouts sat baseline to watch. This is the beauty of Phenom Hoops exposure camps, many do come in with big reputations, but some are...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from South Carolina Top 80 (Part III)

The Phenom Hoop Report Top 80 camps bring all the top talent from around the state all under one roof and there is just a different feel when these players step on the court.  Phenom Hoops headed back to Lexington high school once again for the South Carolina Top 80 and man, it did not disappoint. One could sit down and talk about each player from the event, which we will in our evaluations but...

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Bendel’s Best: Phenom Champion Showcase

This past weekend, Phenom Hoops returned to Rock Hill, South Carolina for an absolutely loaded event. We featured some of the biggest teams in the region, from Upward Stars to Team Charlotte to TMP and PSB, which made for some high-level competition across the two days. This article will take a closer look at the five players that stood out the most…   6’0 ’20 Myles Tate (Upward Stars)...

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Player Standouts at Day Two of Phenom Champion Showcase

6’6 ’22 Elijah Gray (Team Synergy) In many ways, Gray was among the most impressive players from day two of Phenom Champion Showcase. He showcased a newfound aggression and actually played his best two-way game while nearly angry. Gray handles the ball quite well, especially for his size, and scored the ball in a variety of different ways. He worked from the block, displayed footwork, finished...

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Miles Saturday Standouts: Phenom Champion Showcase

6’9 2020 Justus Shelton: PSB McCarthy Shelton is a guy the Phenom Hoops Staff is very familiar with.  His combination of length, motor, and basketball IQ make him a really nice prospect.  Now that he’s shown he can add strength and consistency on his finishing ability around the rim, displaying some nice post-moves and flashes of high level footwork.  It’s hard to look at Shelton as anything...

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