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BSA Supreme proving itself as a top dog nationally; talent to be found for college programs
You know the team, you know the program, and you know the logo… BSA Supreme has been taking on all challenges so far this season and they have proven to be one of the top dogs, not only regionally but you could also mention nationally. This is a program that is built a certain way, plays a certain way, and simply has a different mindset compared to others. That is why they sit 12-0 on the...read more
Will BSA Supreme Remain Undefeated?
Through the first month, the travel ball season has been full of exciting matchups, subplots, and individual performances. It’s always fun to see who emerges as the biggest threat within the state and, while it’s usually considered a shoe-circuit squad, it seems as though BSA Supreme has clearly asserted itself as the team to beat. Why? Well, they have yet to lose a single game. They’ve beaten...read more
Player Standouts at Day Three of Phenom Challenge
6’5 ’22 Mikhail Pocknett (WBC Elite) It’s difficult to say anything that hasn’t already been mentioned, as Pocknett continues to dominate as a primary option for this squad. He’s a strong, mobile forward who thrives at securing rebounds, pushing the break, and consistently finishing around the basket. Pocknett can knock down the occasional jumper and understands how to set up others at a useful...read more
Phenom Grassroots TOC Team Preview: BSA Supreme
The Phenom Grassroots TOC is this weekend in Rock Hill/Fort Mill, as it is the first LIVE Period with Phenom Hoops this season. The talent pool runs deep throughout and we want to give college coaches a leg up on who to watch and who will be in action. Here are a few players to check out for each team, presented by the head coach. BSA Supreme Carson Daniel2024PgCarson is a floor general that...read more
BSA Supreme: Even Better Than Before?
The grassroots landscape has gradually (not entirely) drifted away from the competitive balance between independent programs and the primary circuit teams. While it’s still evident, we would be naïve to think that the current scene is comparable to that of three or five years ago. Regardless, BSA Supreme (formerly CC Elite) has maintained their status as a premier independent program and a squad...read more
Player Standouts at Phenom Summer Showcase
6’3 ’24 Austin Swartz (CB Hoops) Although CB Hoops is fairly balanced as a group, Swartz was arguably their most reliable performer throughout their first contest of the day. Between his IQ, size, and well-rounded skillset, he understands how to consistently affect all facets of the game. Swartz displays a pretty advanced feel for his current age, and should only continue to get better with...read more
Evening Standouts at Phenom’s Queen City Middle School Showcase
Carolina Bad Boyz: 5’4 ’26 Khristian Bruce- The all-around wing prospect is capable of filling a variety of different voids for this team. He’s young, but already competes and works really hard on the court. Bruce is really impactful when he’s able to maintain a calm demeanor. 4’5 ’25 Nicholas Mason- Though undersized, Mason plays with an overabundance of heart and passion. He’s an...read more