Phenom Hoops was down in Columbia, South Carolina to check out a ton of talented teams and players from the state at the 2022 Holiday HoopFeast presented by Columbia Basketball Group. Check out the games and standouts from each game below.

Final: Hartsville 54 – EAU Claire 44

Hartsville: Kameron Foman 17pts, DeAndre Huggins 15pts
EAU: Sean Quick-Streeter 16pts, Cedric Schofield 11pts

2023 Kameron Foman (Hartsville): Foman was the clear leader for this team in this one, as he impacted the game in so many ways.  He is a long, 6’5 prospect that was able to initiate the offense, create off the dribble, attack downhill and in transition, and score in a variety of ways. Terrific motor and athleticism in his game.

2023 Sean Quick-Streeter (EAU Claire): The 6’3 senior guard had some good flashes all throughout the game, showing his ability to pull-up and knock down shots with his jumper whether it was a smooth shot from mid-range or from three.  But also liked his veteran leadership and seeing the entire court.

2025 Cedric Schofield (EAU Claire): Schofield is an intriguing young prospect to jot down and watch out for. He has good size already at 6’5/6’6, plays hard on both ends of the court, can make plays down in the paint on both ends, and uses his length well.  He had a strong showing with Phenom this summer and made plays today, as he is a young forward to watch for as he gets stronger and develops.

2023 DeAndre Huggins (Hartsville): Huggins is a bruising forward down low in the paint for Hartsville. He was active in the paint, embraced contact, finished nicely with touch around the basket, and was able to get to the line as well as impact the game on the boards.

Final: Sumter 47 – Powdersville 33

Sumter: Caleb Jenkins 9pts, Antoine Bracey 9pts, Jamie Tedder Jr 8pts, BJ Brown 7pts
Powdersville: Nicholas Sweet 19pts, JB Spealman 6pts

2024 Nicholas Sweet (Powdersville): Sweet was the go-to player for much of the game, as the junior guard got it going with his outside shot but also playing extremely hard and not settling out in transition. He excelled in catch and shoot situations with a fluid shot with range from three, but also plays extremely hard and attacked, finding ways to score in other areas and make good decisions.

2026 BJ Brown (Sumter): Brown is a young guard that got the start for Sumter and when watching him play, you could see that this is a player that plays with confidence and is a confident shot-maker. He was able to get to his spots and knock down shots, playing well in the corner and displaying a smooth jumper with range.

2024 Caleb Jenkins (Sumter): Though he stands at 5’7, Jenkins was strong in leading the charge for his team. He uses his speed well, was shifty and quick with his dribble, was able to create and get downhill, and not only be a playmaker for himself but also for others. Stepped up big in the second half for his team.

Final: First Baptist 53 – Camden 50

First Baptist: Taye Robinson 12pts, Jaiden Morrison 11pts, Matty Foor 8pts
Camden: Israel Maculin 16pts, Nyrell Stradford 9pts

2023 Matty Foor (First Baptist): If schools are looking for a point guard, Foor is one that you should seriously look at more and is one that should hold more offers.  He put his game on full display in this game, showing his ability to be an effective scorer and shot maker, dissecting the defense and showing tremendous court awareness, and delivering some terrific passes. Was highly impressed with his tough on his passes and his ability to find/setup his teammates for easy baskets. A very good point guard that gets everyone involved.

2024 Israel Macklin (Camden): When in warm-ups, Macklin is a player that captures your eyes with his size and he was the leader in this game for Camden. He brings a nice two-way presence to the floor, can guard multiple positions with his size as well. Whether it was playing off the ball and knocking down shots in catch-and-shoot situations from three, or putting on the deck and getting to the basket, he was effective in several areas.

Final: Ridge View 73 – Dreher 45

Ridge View: Jayden Pretty 11pts, Tristen McClary 9pts, Yale Davis 11pts, Bishop Ukata 9pts
Dreher: Ryan Lominack 13pts, Lorenzo Tucker 10pts, Jeremiah Hollins 12pts

2023 Ryan Lominack (Dreher): Dreher had a tough matchup against Ridge View but the senior shooting guard played extremely hard all over the court.  When you talk about his game offensively, you quickly notice his ability to create his own shot, not needing much space or time to get find his release and to be able to knock down shots from a variety of levels. Whether it was from three or one/two dribble pull-ups, Lominack was able to be an effective scorer in the game.

2024 Jayden Pretty (Ridge View): Pretty looks to be one of the focal pieces for this team, as the 6’6 junior forward showed a nice presence in the paint. Whether it was him showing more of his footwork, his physical game around the basket, or his ability to float around from multiple areas of the court, Pretty was a strong presence that was tough to stop.  He was also strong on the boards as well.