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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 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: John Combs #1: 5’8 ’21 Sean Iadonisi (Fort Mill) Starting things off, we look at a player that offered his team with a pretty tough, heady two-way presence, Sean Iadonisi. He’s a smart, high-motor guard prospect with a willingness to make the right play on every single possession. Iadonisi is a capable three-level scorer and utilizes his blend of quickness and ball-handling to...

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Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: Robert McCullough #0: 6’1 ’22 Jamison Graves (Elon) Starting things off, we look at a player that consistently found ways to make an impact within the flow of the team, Jamison Graves. He’s a smart, unselfish, high-motor guard prospect with a great understanding of how to operate with or without the ball in his hands. Graves is an excellent three-point shooter with the...

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Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 4

Team 4 Coach: Brian Allen #10: 6’7 ’22 Caleb Maul (Waxhaw) Starting things off, we look at a player that possesses a nice crossroads between productivity and long-term upside, Caleb Maul. He’s a big, sturdy post prospect with solid effort and the ability to operate within the team on both ends of the floor. Maul does a useful job of utilizing his size to wall-up defensively and alter shots...

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Phenom 150 Session II Camp Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Jacob Senyo #1: 6’0 ’23 Markeevis Latta (Oxford) Starting things off, we look at a player that easily stood out as one of the most dynamic floor generals on display, Markeevis Latta. He’s a smart, sharp, quick point guard prospect with a nice blend of playmaking and three-level scoring. Latta is capable of breaking down his man, touching the paint, and making plays for himself...

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Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 2

Team 2 Coach: Greg Harmon #0: 5’4 ’25 Jalen Mills (Hope Mills) Starting things off, we look at a player that consistently stands out with his motor and hard-nosed approach, Jalen Mills. He’s a young, team-first guard prospect with great passing instincts and a willingness to make hustle plays whenever possible. Mills defends with purpose and doesn’t necessarily require a ton of offensive...

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Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Colby Lewis #0: 5’6 ’24 Chaz Beasley (Augusta, GA) Chaz Beasley is a young point guard that has a knack for creating off the bounce and getting downhill to the basket. Despite his height, he has the ability to find ways to finish over taller defenders with crafty finishes. From the perimeter, he showed the ability to knock down the three-point shot. Defensively, he has the ability...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 20

Team 20 Coach: Rod Williams #0: 5’9 ’24 Denzel Foster (Greensboro) Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed quite well despite being the smallest camper on this team, Denzel Foster. He’s a young, sturdy guard prospect with a fairly well-rounded skillset and approach to the game. Foster utilizes his quickness very well to touch the paint and harass his assignment as an...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 19

Team 19 Coach: Greg Harmon #0: 5’9 ’22 Baron Williams (Clayton) Starting things off, we look at a player that performed quite well despite being the smallest camper on this team, Baron Williams. He’s a scrappy, team-first guard prospect with quickness, a nice handle, and the ability to touch the paint with regularity. Williams is a useful creator that scores effectively but also looks to...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 18

Team 18 Coach: Wesley Tubbs  #0: 5’9 ’24 Kai Logan (Roanoke) Starting things off, we look at a player that stood out nicely despite being the smallest camper on this team, Kai Logan. He’s a big, strong-bodied guard prospect with great energy and a team-first approach on both ends of the floor. Logan is fairly well-rounded and capable of scoring from all levels or setting up others as a...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 17

Team 17 Coach: Jordan Washington #0: 5’9 ’22 Grant Adams (Franklin) Starting things off, we look at a player that made his presence consistently felt despite being the smallest camper on this team, Grant Adams. He’s a young, high-motor guard prospect with a team-first approach to the game on either end of the floor. Adams is a quality perimeter shooter but also capable of creating off the...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 16

Team 16 Coach: Kenneth Hunter #0: 5’8 ’22 Quentin Rice (Morganton) Starting things off, we look at a player that simply knows how to control the action on both ends of the floor, Quentin Rice. He’s a smart, quick, heady point guard prospect with a tight handle, sharp vision, and great defensive prowess. Rice breaks down opponents with ease and makes plays for himself and others with...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 15

Team 15 Coach: Brian Allen #0: 5’8 ’22 Nathaniel Kornegay (Creedmoor) Starting things off, we look at a player that showed the ability to make a strong impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Nathaniel Kornegay. He’s a tough, unselfish guard prospect with quickness and a great penetration sense, which allows him to touch the paint with regularity. Next in his development...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 14

Team 14 Coach: Patrick King #0: 5’8 ’23 Robert McCullough (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a pretty reliable presence on both ends of the floor, Robert McCullough. He’s a rugged, high-motor guard prospect with quickness and the ability to touch the paint with regularity. McCullough is a solid ball-handler with great vision and a willingness to setup others...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 13

Team 13 Coach: Antonio Perkins #0: 5’8 ’24 Quincy Prince (Charlotte) Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed quite nicely despite being the smallest camper on this team, Quincy Prince. He’s a smart, quick, young point guard prospect with great vision and a nice pace to his game. Prince possesses a nice midrange pull-up, but also attacked the basket and finished while...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 12

Team 12 Coach: James Black #0: 5’7 ’23 Darren Lloyd (Florence) Starting things off, we look at a player that understands how to make an impact through his tough, heady approach, Darren Lloyd. He’s a smart, quick point guard prospect with sharp instincts and the ability to play bigger than his size would imply defensively. Lloyd is an effective floor general in the half-court but genuinely...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 11

Team 11 Coach: Kenny Orr #0: 5’6 ’24 Emon Rhodes (Fort Mill)  Starting things off, we look at a player that made quite a solid impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Emon Rhodes. He’s a smart, wiry, team-first guard prospect with a very reliable perimeter jumper and quality penetration instincts. Rhodes displayed a tight handle and was able to create for others with...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 10

Team 10 Coach: Jermien Williams #0: 5’7 ’24 Nehemiah Quarles (Rock Hill) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a solid impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Nehemiah Quarles. He’s a young, team-first guard prospect with a useful penetration sense and capable instincts as a finisher or playmaker. Quarles moved well without the ball and looked to find open seams...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 9

Team 9 Coach: Jay Reynolds  #0: 5’6 ’22 Tremell Rhodes (Williamston) Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed quite effectively despite being the smallest camper on this team, Tramell Rhodes. He’s a tough, high-motor guard prospect with excellent quickness, unselfishness, and a quality penetration sense. Rhodes defends the ball very well and is capable of forcing...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 8

Team 8 Coach: Robert McCullough   #0: 5’6 ’23 Myles Taylor (Waxhaw) Starting things off, we look at a player that contributed nicely despite being the smallest camper on this team, Myles Taylor. He’s a young, team-first guard prospect that provided a quality defensive presence at the point of attack. Taylor looked to attack and set up others whenever possible, but also showed a...

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Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations: Team 7

Team 7 Coach: Jacob Senyo #0: 5’7 ’23 Justin Cornwell (Rock Hill) Starting things off, we look at a player that made a quality impact despite being the smallest camper on this team, Justin Cornwell. He’s a fairly well-rounded guard prospect that understands how to overwhelm his assignment as an all-around defender. Cornwell utilizes his quickness very well to stay in front of his man, which...

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Player Standouts at Phenom 150 Camp

Jaydin Spillman-Martin- There are so many underrated prospects within North Carolina, but Spillman-Martin might be towards the top of that list. He’s incredibly skilled, particularly for his size, and immediately causes matchup problems as soon as he enters the game. Spillman-Martin operated from the block, took opponents off the dribble, and knocked down a lot of perimeter jumpers within the...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 10

Team 10 Coach: Antonio Threadgill #7: 5’7 ’23 Sebastian Knight (Hendersonville) Starting things off, we look at a player that competed well despite being the smallest and youngest prospect on this team, Sebastian Knight. He’s a wiry guard prospect that knows how to work within the team concept on both ends of the floor. Knight plays hard, knocks down the open jumper, and makes the extra pass...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 9

Team 9 Coach: David Kaplan #2: 4’11 ’23 Jaden Dodd (Greensboro) Starting things off, we look at a player that was quite impressive despite being the youngest and smallest prospect on this team, Jaden Dodd. He’s a young, smart, fairly skilled point guard prospect with a quality balance between scoring and playmaking. Dodd is a great penetrator with the ability to finish strong or set up others...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 8

Team 8 Coach: Harold Johnson #11: 5’9 ’23 Elijah Calhoun (Winston-Salem) Starting things off, we look at a player that provided great effort and unselfish tendencies during his time at camp, Elijah Calhoun. He’s a young, wiry guard prospect with a nice-looking jumper from midrange and beyond the arc. Calhoun can knock down open shots, handles the ball pretty well, and makes passes to open...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 7

Team 7 Coach: Stephen Jones #12: 5’9 ’21 Michael Conrad (Atkins) Starting things off, we look at a player that highlighted his ability to effectively run a team on both ends of the floor, Michael Conrad. He’s a smart, unselfish point guard prospect with a strong balance between playmaking and three-level scoring. Conrad handles the ball well and knows how to navigate through traffic quite...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 6

Team 6 Coach: Rodney Cozart #15: 5’9 ’21 Kristopher Franklin (Henderson Collegiate) Starting things off, we look at a player that simply knows how to make his presence felt alongside any group of teammates, Kristopher Franklin. He’s a quick, scrappy, high-motor guard prospect with excellent rebounding ability, especially for his size. Franklin handles the ball and gets downhill well, but can...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 5

Team 5 Coach: Jordan Washington #13: 5’9 ’25 Jacari Brim (Winston-Salem) Starting things off, we look at a player that competed and impacted the game well despite being the youngest prospect on this team, Jacari Brim. He’s a smart, wiry point guard prospect with a nice balance between scoring and playmaking. Brim knows how to create or move without the ball, which allows him to effectively play...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Session II Evaluations: Team 3

Team 3 Coach: Terry Smith #5: 5’5 ’24 Darnerian Gibson (Thomasville) Starting things off, we look at a player that was easily among the most impressive floor generals on display, Darnerian Gibson. He’s a young, incredibly smart, crafty point guard prospect that already knows how to run a team extremely well on both ends of the floor. Gibson utilizes his quickness and tight handle to reliably get...

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