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: Hayden Assemian
Committed to: South Carolina
What Has Been Said:
“6’8 ‘25 Hayden Assemian (Legacy Early College) has arguably been the most impressive performer on display. Big, strong, and explosiveness. Dominating around the basket on both ends. Highlighting touch, footwork, and excellent feel #SCTop80”
“6’8 ’25 Hayden Assemian (Legacy Early College) has made an early impression with his tough, aggressive, and full-throttle approach to the game. Plays with passion + energy #SCTop80 #PhenomHoops”
“2025 Hayden Assemian (Legacy) has quickly imprinted a permanent mark on this game, long with a built frame and the agility to handle the ball, finish and make plays, attacks the rim with dangerous intentions for anyone who looks to challenge #SCTop80”
“The strong forward was back with Powdersville, and college coaches were sitting baseline when we were there on Friday night. Assemian continues to be a player of interest for many, as you can’t deny the physical presence that he brings to the table down around the paint and basket. Simply overpowering opponents and bullying them in the paint, Assemian continues to shine as an overpowering threat around the basket, one who can finish through contact and make strong plays for his team, as well as be a commanding rebounder on the court. Time after time, you can see that he only continues to get better, and he should be a target for so many schools as he continues to be a problem for opponents.”
“Assemian is a player that I continue to be impressed with but still think he is a bit underrated as a national prospect and with college programs. Holding a few offers already, Assemian should be a target for many programs with what he provides on the court. When you talk about his game, this is one of the most physical forwards in the region. He bullies his opponents on the boards, he finishes well through contact, and simply overpowers so many defenders. And there is room for even more growth in his game, which makes him only even more intriguing. Assemian though should be a hot target for college coaches this summer in a big way.”