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Stockrisers from the Phenom 757 Showcase

There were plenty of storylines through the event at the Phenom 757 Showcase, along with college coaches lining the baseline. This is why these players could be ones that see their stock rise after a strong showing in Virginia Beach. Check out who made the list this week. Jacob Cooper 2022 6’9 Khouri Carvey (Team Trezz): Carvey was one of the first players I watched this weekend, wanting to see...

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Player Standouts at Day Two of Phenom 757 Showcase

6’7 ’23 Ben Nicol (West Virginia Generals) Although the entire roster is loaded with reliable shooters, Nicol constantly found ways to stand out and shine. He’s smart and quite skilled for his size, which naturally leads to mismatches, but also produces very well inside the arc. Nicol shoots the ball with range, consistency, and repeatable mechanics. That being said, he actively looks to take...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Phenom 757 Showcase (Day 1, Part 1)

2024 6’6 Joshua Randolph (All Carolina): Though it didn’t turn into a win, Randolph captured my eyes with his size and length as a 2024 prospect.  He certainly showed his range on Day 1, knocking down multiple threes for his team but with how young he is and his continuing development, he is one to monitor his progression. 2022 Caleb Hymon (Eastern Carolina Phenomz): Hymon and his team started...

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Special K’s Superstars: Phenom G3 Showcase

6’7 Patrick Tivnan of Team HOPE Laney 2023 has steadily improved his game over the past summer. He has worked on his ability to be able to push the ball in transition and has developed a nice jumper from midrange. He is an active forward who is a high-quality rebounder while also being an offensive threat in the paint. He has nice length and a strong frame that allows him to be a good paint...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Grassroots TOC: Day 3

Umar Lawson 2022 Caden Fitzgibbons (NC Spartans Hartzell): Fitzgibbons continues to have a tremendous weekend, really filling up the boxscore, moving well without the ball, creating for himself, and simply putting points on the board.  His production has been consistent all throughout the weekend and should be one to really monitor throughout this summer. 2022 Jevon Long (Next Level SC):...

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