Each and every time Phenom Hoops gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day.  It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player.

Here is the latest commitment.

Player: Clash Peters
Class: 2024
Committed to: Coastal Carolina

What Has Been Said:

“The 6-foot-9 post prospect from Trinity Academy is probably as under-recruited as anyone, but it really doesn’t make sense. He’s strong, sturdy, and possesses an excellent combination of IQ, skill, and athleticism. Peters can post-up and finish over either shoulder but also displays great footwork and the ability to consistently score on counters or advanced moves on the block. He handles and passes the ball very well for his size/position and will look to attack opposing bigs off the bounce whenever possible. Peters is capable of causing constant matchup problems with his mobility and inside-out skillset. He’s extremely tough, active, and understands how to utilize his body on the glass–where he’s proven to be a double-digit rebounding machine for quite a while. Add in his useful rim-protection ability, and there’s no reason Peters shouldn’t already hold a dozen Division I offers.”

“Given everything he’s showcased over the last twelve months, Clash Peters’ lack of offers really doesn’t make any sense. The appeal of a strong, physical, highly skilled 6-foot-9 power forward should be pretty self-explanatory. Between his feel, vision, interior scoring, and perimeter shooting, Peters brings a dynamic offensive presence to a team. He can reliably finish through contact, above the rim, or with either hand. Peters knows how to screen and roll or pop, and exploit mismatches whenever available. He utilizes his body well around the basket, especially as a rebounder, and poses a double-double threat whenever he’s on the court. Peters is quite crafty for his size and displays the ability to effectively create off the dribble. He currently holds four offers, but don’t be shocked when that list doubles or triples in size by next year.”

“Peters is regarded as one of the better bigs in his class, and he showed why.’ Several things stood out in this game; he did a great job in seeing the whole court and making terrific outlet passes. But he also was strong around the basket, keeping the ball high, displaying touch and feel, and carving out space. He was a dominant force that filled it up.”