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Brandon’s Big Time Ballers Pt 2 #PhenomSummerFinale

Time flies when you’re having fun, another season of AAU is almost in the books!Greensboro, North Carolina– The Phenom Hoops crew is going out with a bang here at the Summer Finale! The stars came out for one last go around, coaches at multiple levels flooded the sidelines in search of a late boost to 2019, and others got the jump on some classes of the future. 6’2 2022 LeBron Thomas (FIBA)...

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Final Thoughts from the #NCHSAALivePeriod

The new NCAA Live Period blew past all expectations and, most importantly provided a platform for a vast amount of talent to be displayed in front of dozens of college programs, but there are always improvements to be made in the future. Charlotte, North Carolina- What Year one did was brought in a lot of exposure, and offered the states best a legitimate chance to hoop in front of college...

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Five Spring Stockrisers in North Carolina’s Class of 2020

As the travel season continues to pick up, so does the overall recruitment process. Players have begun to accumulate offers and under-the-radar guys are becoming more identifiable for college coaches. This article will take a closer look at some of the prospects that are currently blowing up…   6’7 Nick Farrar (Apex Friendship/Team Loaded RDU) It’s easy to see, but no player within the...

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North Carolina Phenom Top 80 Camp Evaluations: Team 1

Team 1 Coach: Ryan Bernardi   #1:5’8 ’22 Jordan Marsh (Hickory Ridge) Starting things off, we look at a player that showcased a strong array of two-way tools, especially for his age, Jordan Marsh. He’s an undersized point guard prospect that plays with great intelligence and looks to make the right play. Marsh is very quick with the ball in his hands and can beat his man off the dribble...

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Morning Standouts at Phenom’s North Carolina Top 80

#28- 6’2 ’21 Jaquantae Harris- The lefty point guard has been arguably the most impressive floor general on display through the first slate of games. He’s so strong and in-tune with his skillset that it’s almost unfair for opposing guard. Harris is incredibly smart and navigates wherever he desires on the floor. He’s very polished and basically unstoppable when getting downhill.   #106- 6’8...

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Northwest v. Myers Park

On Thursday, Phenom Hoops traveled to Oak Ridge, North Carolina as the Northwest Vikings were prepared for a playoff battle against the Myers Park Mustangs. This game featured two really strong, well-rounded squads with clear-cut identities on the basketball court. We’ve seen Northwest as much as anyone this season and they’ve been quite impressive, especially defensively. The junior-duo of...

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Grimsley v. Northwest Guilford

On Tuesday, Phenom Hoops traveled to Northwest Guilford to see the Vikings host the Grimsley Whirlies for a first-round playoff matchup. The previous two meetings between these teams went down to the closing minutes and were ultimately decided by a total of nine points. Grimsley entered this contest just under .500 on the season, but have a unique roster composition and are capable of competing...

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Page v. Northwest Guilford

On Tuesday, Phenom Hoops traveled to Oak Ridge, North Carolina for a quality matchup between the Page Pirates and the hosting Vikings of Northwest Guilford. We saw these two do battle earlier this season and the Vikings walked away with an eleven-point victory. This has mainly been a rebuilding year for the Pirates, but they possess a solid foundation and nice mix of prospects on their roster....

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Southwest Guilford v. Northwest Guilford

On Wednesday, Phenom Hoops traveled to Oak Ridge, North Carolina to see a battle between two of the most talented teams in Greensboro. The Cowboys of Southwest Guilford entered this contest with an undefeated record of 19-0 and were out to prove themselves as the best team in the area. Meanwhile, the Northwest Guilford Vikings have enjoyed a quality season, but have suffered three of their four...

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Page v. Northwest Guilford

Last night, Phenom Hoops traveled to Page High School to see the Pirates host the Northwest Vikings for an inter-conference battle between two of Guilford County’s most intriguing programs. Northwest continues to enjoy great success by playing a patient, intelligent, tough two-way brand of basketball. They are headlined by Christian Hampton and Dean Reiber, but Coach Lee Reavis also deserves a...

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Northwest v. High Point Central

Phenom Hoops traveled to Summerfield, North Carolina for a terrific battle between Northwest Guilford and High Point Central. It was a great midseason test for both teams, as it featured phenomenal matchups and a lot of high-level basketball. Northwest entered this contest at 11-2 while High Point Central stood at 7-7. The Vikings have hit their stride and looked increasingly tough as the season...

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Northwest Guilford v. Eastern Guilford

On Tuesday evening, a pair of Guilford County’s most noteworthy basketball programs collided at Northwest Guilford to see the hometown Vikings open their season against the undefeated Wildcats of Eastern Guilford (3-0). The football players have recently joined both squads, which provided an interesting subplot for Eastern, as many of their top contributors come from the gridiron. There’s an...

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Diving in with: Dean Reiber

Dean Reiber has been praised for his upside for years now, at 6’9 he does a lot of things well prospects that size can’t usually do. It seems Reiber is putting it all together, after a huge travel season and continued production throughout the preseason for Northwest Guilford, local university High Point is the latest in state school to offer.   Guilford County, North Carolina- Overall Reiber...

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Kevin Dawkins “Bold predictions for Guilford County Basketball”

Bold predictions for Guilford County Basketball  1. Southwest Guilford will go undefeated and win the state championship.  Southwest returns 6’6 2019 Jayden Turner, 6’4 2019 Christian Martin, 6’4 2019 Joel Pettiford, 6’1 2019 Amillia Huggins and also bring back UNCG commits 6’1 2019 Keyshaun & Kobe Langley. This group will be one of the most talented teams in NC as well a team with a lot...

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Dawkins “All Guilford County” First Team Public Schools

Public School Preseason All Guilford County 1st Team    Basketball has been good to Guilford County over the last couple years the kids from the area have gone on to play college basketball at every level. In this 3 part series we will dive in with some of the top players in Guilford County.   6’1 2019 Keyshaun Langley (Southwest Guilford High School)  Langley the point guard is...

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North Carolina Phenom 150 Session 1: Evaluation Team 13

North Carolina Phenom 150 Camp Evaluations   Team 13 Coach Derek Hodge   #73: 5’7 ’21 Lavonte Hughes (Cherryville, NC) Starting things off, we look at a player that displayed strong playmaking instincts at camp, Lavonte Hughes. He’s a point guard prospect that is capable of getting opposing guards on their heels and touching the paint with great regularity. Hughes can shoot, but...

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Phenom’s Open Gym Tour: Northwest Guilford

Over the last six or seven years, few Greensboro-based public school programs have enjoyed more on-court success than Northwest Guilford. Folks from around the area know that the Summerfield-Oak Ridge-Stokesdale trinity isn’t typically considered as a hotbed for basketball talent. That being said, Coach Lee Reavis has done an impeccable job of developing players and implementing a well-oiled...

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Jamie’s List of 5 — NC Phenom 150 Session 1

This was the fifteenth edition of the Fall NC Phenom 150 Exposure Camp. A foundation built over 15 years, has created this as the region’s top exposure camp, and the word has spread like wild fire. This camp SOLD OUT with 190 campers showing up from 9 different states. To say the competition was stiff would be an understatement. Here is who showed out. 6’6″ 2020 Traymond Willis...

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NC Phenom 150 Session 1: Coach K’s Top Ten

Coach K (Mills) Top Ten  Sundays camp showcased a plethora of talent,  we knew it was going to be a fun filled exciting day went over 180 kids registered.  The Phenom staff was comprised of high school coaches and some of the best high school and club/travel coaches from around the state.  The coaches and staff did not disappoint. Coming out of stations the temple had been sent lots of hot...

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Mid-Day Standouts: #NCPhenom150

6’1 2021 Brock Williams: Burlington Christian Academy Williams grabbed a lot of attention for scoring over 29 PPG as a freshman last year and he has been nothing but excellent in his first couple of game at #NCPhenom150.  The kid simply knows how to score the basketball in a multitude of ways and isn’t afraid to put on a show while he’s doing it.  A wide array of layups at the...

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Morning Standouts at NC Phenom 150 Camp

#131- Michael Wade- Quick point guard with great defensive poise; he moves extremely well on both sides of the ball and bothers opponents with his quickness. Wade gets to the rim at will and finishes a strong majority of his attempts. He’s smart and reads the floor quite well.   #210- Bryson Nesbit- Versatile two-way forward prospect; he has a lot of translatable skills and can play as the...

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Jamie’s List of 5 (+2) — North Carolina’s 2020 July Breakouts

6’2” Luke Stankavage AAU: Hoop State Elite 2020 High School: Ardrey Kell Stankavage is a pure shooter, more so than that he is a pure scorer. While playing varsity at Providence Day as an 8th grader, he missed his 9th grade season at Ardrey Kell with a knee injury. He came back for his sophomore year on a mission averaging 12 points per game and finishing the year on a tear in the playoffs with...

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#PhenomSummerHavoc Night One Standout’s

It’s the live period ladies and gentlemen, offers flying in the sky like butterflies, oh my goodness we are back in business with the busiest three weeks of the year for tons and tons of people around the basketball industry and where else would I be… Spartanburg at the Upward Stars Center where all the action is this week.  Here are some of the standout’s from night one!...

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