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NC Phenom 150 Camp Recap (Session I)

High School: Top Performer- 6’6 ’24 Tyler Showalter (Butler) The versatile two-way forward was easily the most consistently productive performer throughout the event. Showalter secured the MVP award by playing hard, unselfishly dictating the action as the offensive focal point, and establishing his presence as a defender and rebounder. Showalter created for himself and others, scored the ball...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 1 Scoring Leaders

ClassHeightNo. NameHigh SchoolStateDivisionAvg.20246′6″217Tyler ShowatlerButler High SchoolNCHS1520245′10″87Bobby Erwin Jr. Hickory Grove Baptist NCHS14.520236’431AJ BarkervilleWest Forsyth High SchoolNCHS1420246′2″173Malaki Long Ashbrook High SchoolNCHS13.520255′9″75Kenneth Bartlett J. West Forsyth High SchoolNCHS12.520246′8″219Richard GoodsPiedmont Classical High...

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Phenom 150/ Jr Phenom Camp Award Winners

NC Phenom 150 Session 1 MVP: No. 217: 6’6 2024 Tyler Showalter (Butler HS) Offense: No. 155 Jacari Brim (West Forsyth HS) Playmaker: No. 75 Kenneth Bartlett (West Forsyth HS) Hustle: No. 216 Teyachta Harris (East Rowan HS) Defense: No. 218 Osvaldo Haynes (Providence Day) NC Junior Phenom MVP: No. 25 Syncere Caviness (Alston Ridge Middle School) Offense: No. 81 Jack Baker (Burlington Christian...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 1 Camp Roster

ClassHeightNo. NameHigh SchoolCityStateDivision20294′5″1Dante CavinessCreekside Elementary SchoolDurhamNCMS20294’73Terrell Thomas Jr. Liberty Christian AcademyLynchburgVAMS20294′8″11Carson GladieuxApex Friendship Middle SchoolHolly SpringsNCMS20294′8″13Jamir KnightRiver Bend Elementary SchoolRaleighNCMS20294′10″15Stephen MontoyaHuntington Middle SchoolHuntingtonWVMS20204′10″17Ty...

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Why are Phenom camps so important?

Why are basketball camps important?Every spring, summer, and fall, parents and players are bombarded with emails and advertisements concerning basketball camps. Basketball camps are important and let us explain why? We at Phenom Hoop Report have provided quality exposure camps for the past 18 years. We have stood the “test of time,” and we provide a true exposure/evaluation camp. Phenom Hoop...

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Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 7

Team 7 Coach: Bronal Gary  #105: 5’6 ’26 Ashton Arthur (Independence) Starting things off, we look at a player who competed extremely well despite being the youngest camper on this team, Ashton Arthur. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with vision, perimeter shooting, and a terrific off-ball presence. Arthur plays hard and understands how to maximize his presence on both ends of the...

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Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 8

Team 8 Coach: Jermaine Williams  #106: 5’6 ’25 Jalon Bailey (Shady Spring) Starting things off, we look at a player who made a quality impact despite his somewhat unassuming nature, Jalon Bailey. He’s a young, wiry, well-rounded guard prospect with useful creation skills and the ability to operate with or without the ball in his hands. Bailey is a nice shooter, passer, and overall...

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Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: Kelvin Mills  #104: 5’5 ’25 Dean Ruthstrom (Lake Norman Charter) Starting things off, we look at a player who simply knows how to make his presence felt despite his lack of size, Dean Ruthstrom. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with an excellent off-ball presence and the ability to pose problems as a shooter from midrange and beyond the arc. Ruthstrom plays with an...

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Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: Austin Collins  #102: 5’3 ’25 Brylee Austin (Cox Mill) Starting things off, we look at a player who consistently found ways to make an impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Brylee Austin. He’s a young, wiry point guard prospect with nice vision, solid craftiness as a creator, and the ability to score in a variety of different ways. Austin positions...

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Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Tyler Lewis  #103: 5’3 ’27 Leighton Little (Raleigh) Starting things off, we look at a player who competed very well despite being one of the youngest campers on display, Leighton Little. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with an unselfish mentality and reliable spot-up presence from beyond the arc. Little possesses vision, ball-handling ability, and a pretty active motor...

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Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Dre Simmons  #113: 5’10 ’26 Caden Ryker (High Point) Starting things off, we look at a player who contributed quite well, especially for his age, Caden Ryker. He’s a young, team-first guard prospect with reliable spot-up abilities and a willingness to make hustle plays whenever possible. Ryker didn’t force the action and impacted all facets within the flow of the action....

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Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 2

Team 2 Coach: Colby Lewis  #101: 5’1 ’26 Braydon Temple (Raleigh) Starting things off, we look at a player who competed extremely well despite being the smallest camper on this team, Braydon Temple. He’s a small, young guard prospect with a quality motor and the ability to knock down midrange jumpers at a reliable percentage. Temple handled the ball well and looked to set up others...

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Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Gerroid Doughty  #100: 5’0 ’28 Gideon Mount (Forsyth Country Day) Starting things off, we look at a player who contributed quite nicely despite being the youngest camper on display, Gideon Mount. He’s a young, sturdy, high-motor prospect with excellent perimeter shooting abilities and a clear willingness to make hustle plays whenever possible. Mount worked well within the...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 1 Scoring Leaders

ClassHeightNameHigh SchoolCityStateAvg20226′1″Neeko TaylorFarmville CentralGreenvilleNC28.020226′5″Isaiah WilliamsPorter Ridge High SchoolIndian TrailNC16.320235′11″Koda LewisNorthwood High SchoolChapel HillNC16.320246′2″Caleb TillmanStatesville High SchoolStatesvilleNC15.020235′11″Brandon TempleSoutheast Raleigh High SchoolRaleighNC13.320255′10″Drew JohnsonCharles E. Jordan High...

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Player Standouts at Phenom 150 Camp

#115- Drew Johnson- Given how many times we’ve seen him throughout the years, it should come as no surprise to see Johnson shining as a two-way floor general. He’s so smart, crafty, and able to consistently set up others in excellent scoring position. Johnson genuinely understands how to effortlessly control the pace and overall action. He scores the ball well from multiple levels and forces...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 1 Player Roster

ClassHeightNo. Name High SchoolCityState20246′6″175Aaron HallGreater Beckley Christian SchoolBeckleyWV20226′2″147Aidan EllerNorthwest Guilford High SchoolGreensboroNC20256′2″148Aiden LesterShady Spring High SchoolShady SpringWV20256′0″129Aiden MyersMallard Creek High SchoolCharlotteNC20256′1″141Amorie MileyOrangeburg-Wilkinson High SchoolOrangeburgSC20265′6″105Ashton ArthurIndependence...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 8

Team 8 Coach: Ryan Bernardi #63: 5’9 ’22 Isaiah Smith (Southwest Guilford) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a strong impression with his vision and two-way motor, Isaiah Smith. He’s a smart, energetic lead guard prospect with quickness and tremendous playmaking instincts, which allows him to setup others at a nonstop rate. Smith is a capable scorer but really shined when...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 7

Team 7 Coach: Jordan Washington #62: 5’9 ’23 Khamani Wertz (Providence Day) Starting things off, we look at a player that possesses a nice crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Khamani Wertz. He’s a young, smart, slightly undersized guard prospect with a terrific three-point stroke and blossoming offensive skillset. Wertz can reliably handle and pass the ball but typically works...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: Bronal Gary #61: 5’9 ’23 Samuel Hepler (Fred T. Foard) Starting things off, we look at a player that was quite impactful on both ends of the floor, especially for his age, Samuel Hepler. He’s a smart, skilled point guard prospect with a terrific jumper from midrange and beyond the arc. Hepler displays an advanced feel for his age and is able to set up others at a solid rate or...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: T. Deshazior #60: 5’8 ’23 Seth Foster (High Point Christian) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a true blue-collar approach throughout camp, Seth Foster. He’s a young, high-motor guard prospect with great defensive instincts and a team-first mentality. Foster is a solid midrange shooter but typically looks to set up teammates whenever the ball is in his hands....

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Mason Padgett #58: 5’8 ’23 Noah Pless (Northwestern) Starting things off, we look at a player that offered his team with a pretty steady presence as a floor general, Noah Pless. He’s a young, quick guard prospect with the ability to get downhill and attack the basket basically whenever he desires. Pless is a nice defender, especially for his size, and positioned himself to force...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Dre Simmons #56: 5’6 ’23 Chase Detenber (Charlotte Christian) Starting things off, we look at a player that really stood out for his three-point shooting, especially for his age, Chase Detenber. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect that plays hard and within the team concept at all times. Detember is a great spot-up threat that knows how to make the extra pass whenever available. Next...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 2

Team 2 Coach: Daymond Lindell #55: 5’6 ’22 Joshua McNair (Cornerstone Charter) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a lot of skill and productivity, despite his lack of size, Joshua McNair. He’s a smart, team-first point guard prospect with a tight handle, quality vision, and the ability to score in a variety of different ways. McNair looks to set up others whenever possible...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session I Camp Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Antonio Threadgill #44: 5’8 ’23 Brooks Allred (Western Alamance) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a really well-rounded skillset and approach during camp, Brooks Allred. He’s a young, smart, high-motor guard prospect that knows how to run a team or make an impact without the ball. Allred is a steady ball-handler and overall creator with vision and quality...

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2020 6’4 Austin Locklear brings much more than energy to the court

Phenom Hoops’ exposure camps allow players to shine on one of the biggest stages around.  Year after year, players take advantage of the platform in a big way and 2020 6’4 Austin Locklear has done just that this fall. Locklear, a rising senior at Cape Fear Christian, participated in two NC Phenom 150 camps this fall so far and has attracted the eyes of many with his play. At the Phenom 150...

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NC Phenom 150 2020 All Tournament Team

Class Height No. Name City State High School 2020 6′3″ 117 Austin Locklear Coats NC Cape Fear Christian Academy 2020 6’3″ 114 Jackson Dobson Graham NC Western Alamance High School 2020 6′1″ 99 Jalen Lynch Roanoke Rapids NC Roanoke Valley Early College 2020 6′2″ 109 Justin Stephens Clayton NC Corinth Holders High School 2020 6′2″ 107 Darien Long Raleigh NC Rolesville High School...

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NC Phenom 150 2021 All-Tournament Team

Class Height No. Name City State High School 2021 6′3″ 121 Walter Ghaffar Lumberton NC Cleveland High School 2021 6′4″ 128 Jayson Fain Martinsville VA Carlisle School 2021 5′10″ 71 Chris Hunter Concord NC Cox Mill High School 2021 6′6″ 135 Jacob Morgan Huntersville NC Pine Lake Prep 2021 6′0″ 89 Arrington Jones Winston- Salem NC Winston Salem Christian School   No. 121 6’3 2021 Walter...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 1 Award Winners

NC Phenom 150 Session 1 Award Winners It was another successful NC Phenom 150 camp. Entering our 16th season hosting the top regional evaluation/exposure in the country, we want to take the time to honor the “Award Winners” from session 1 of the NC Phenom 150 camp held Sunday, October 6th.   No. 117 6’3 2020 Austin Locklear (Cape Fear Christian Academy)  Camp MVP: With...

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