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: Grant Hamilton
Class: 2024
Committed to: Roanoke

What Has Been Said:

“In terms of Hamilton’s actual on-court identity, he’s a fairly well-rounded player who can legitimately dominate a game from beyond the arc or simply pose an extremely lethal threat at all times. Opponents truly have to stay attached to his hip for every second of the game or he’ll consistently make them pay. He moves extremely well without the ball and possesses basically perfect shooting mechanics. Between his balance, foot placement, and quick release, the precision he displays is truly incredible. If he gets off a clean look, go ahead and count the three points. He never seems to miss off the catch, but is also highly accurate when creating his own shot and firing off the dribble. Hamilton is great off movement or a standstill. That being said, he’s shown abilities far beyond being a pure catch-and-shoot guy. Hamilton is a useful creator and sharp passer who displays IQ, motor, and an understanding of how to play within the team structure. He pursues rebounds, attacks closeouts, and positions himself well defensively. Expect him to have a highly productive junior season for the new-look Warriors.”

“Not only did he bring his high-level shooting to the EYBL program, but he more than held his own as an overall two-way player. However, the 6-foot-2 guard remains among the most under-recruited prospects across North Carolina. One would’ve assumed that his production with a bigger program on a massive stage should’ve led to an uptick in his recruitment—yet here we are. Hamilton is an elite shooter with IQ and a solid blend of vision, athleticism, and defensive ability. He knows his identity exceptionally well on every team and is capable of leading the charge or producing within a role. Given everything he’s shown, Hamilton should be a priority for various types of programs.”

“Hamilton has made a statement to start the travel ball season, and it doesn’t seem like he is slowing down any time soon.  Hamilton can be a threat and be used in a variety of ways; whether it is his ability to change the game with his outside shooting, his IQ and feel in making plays for others, his ability to put on the deck and score inside the defense, or his overall energy and impact on the court, Hamilton knows how to fill it up.  This is why this could be a big summer for the 2024 guard from North Carolina, as he will be one college coaches should have eyes on even more in the coming months.”