Rolling back to two seasons ago at Dorman, when Phenom Hoops was watching Myles Tate and PJ Hall in action, we also were introduced to 2022 Noah Clowney coming off the bench. When on the court, this young big showed flashes of athleticism on both ends and screamed potential with his game.
Fast forward to today, he is now dominating the paint and a future star on the court for both Dorman and Team Dickerson this summer. But again, it was just a matter of time before the blow-up would come and he is now showing confidence in his game.
“My confidence is there now,” he told Phenom Hoops. “I work on ball-handling and my shot just about every day. I play more face-up and use my shot to open up a lot more and still won’t hesitate to post on the block. As far as defensively, I feel I’ve always been strong.”
Last year, he earned offers from USC-Upstate, Virginia Tech, and Xavier but in the last month, he added offers from Appalachian State, Providence, Clemson, Georgia Tech, with his latest three coming from Indiana, Georgia, and Tennessee.
“All are great schools, all seem to have great coaching staffs,” Clowney said. “Amazing opportunities.”
“They talked about themselves and their experience and their thoughts on getting me to the next level. I haven’t had a chance for a zoom call with any of the last three to see how I would fit in the system yet. Right now, I’m more focused on how I will fit into these programs and how they can make me better, and how I can help the team be better.
It’s exciting to know that these coaches who have coached these big-time names and players believe I could be a top-of-the-line player.”
Clowney mentioned that he does plan on making visits to Tennessee, Indiana, and a few other schools very soon, and that schools like Southern Cal, Kansas, and Wake Forest have also expressed interest his way.