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Eye Catchers from Coach Rick’s TOC: Class of 2023 (Part 2)

2023 Jacob Tiller (Team Swish): Tiller was a consistent presence on the court and really showed that he can lead the charge offensively.  But outside of his offensive capabilities, Tiller showed that he is a hard-nosed, tough, and a player that leaves it all out on the court.  He plays with high energy, brings good athleticism, and plays with a chip on his shoulder. Offensively though, he...

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Reece’s Standouts: NCHSAA Live Period (Part 2)

by: Ethan Reece 2024 Chase Daniel (Central Cabarrus)Any other team would be complaining about their lack of height, but the Vikings have bought in and adapted to beating you with their speed. Chase is one of the quickest and scrappiest defenders in the state, snagging countless steals with sticky fingers and fully operating a two-man press with his twin Carson. No matter how skilled, coaches...

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Noah’s Hoopers Day 2 Part 1: Phenom G3

By: Noah Hooper 6’5 2023 Lamont Guy Jr. (Team Hope 2023 CHRIS)Lamont is a player that immediately caught my eye this morning as he was doing everything for his team on both sides of the ball. He had a very high motor from the start and did not take his foot off the gas down the stretch. Along with his great work ethic, Lamont showed great versatility at his size as his footwork around the basket...

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Dynamic playmakers: Class of 2023 (Guards, Part 1)

Phenom Hoops doesn’t just shed light on the top players in the state but we want to provide a platform for ALL players. The class of 2023 is still fully loaded with talent and there are plenty of players that are having a strong high school season that you may want to check out, especially if you are looking for dynamic guards. Here are a few guards having a tremendous high school season. 2023...

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Western North Carolina All Star Games

Phenom Hoops traveled to Asheville, North Carolina to cover the Western North Carolina All Star game hosted by Jake Senyo of the Ranking Report. 60 of the top players were divided into three groups, freshmen/sophomore, juniors and seniors. It was a great opportunity to see some of the young and promising players in the western part of the state. Now, let’s take a closer look at some of the...

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