Phenom Hoops National Basketball Showcase coming to the Greensboro Day School this Friday and Saturday(Moorman, Dillard, Perkins, Newman from GDS and many more schools will be there)

Posted by Press Release on November 9, 2016 at 10:58 am under High School | Comments are off for this article

from the Phenom Hoops Report:

Phenom’s National Showcase
November 11-12, 2016 at Greensboro Day School
5401 Lawndale Drive; Greensboro, N.C 27455

The Third Annual Phenom Hoops’ National Showcase is here. With numerous McDonalds All-American alumni and countless players strewn across NCAA Division 1 rosters, this event has proven to be the must attend for college coaches to start the prep year. This year’s event features Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.), Word of God (Raleigh), Greensboro Day School, Christ School (Arden), Providence day (Charlotte), Greenfield School (Wilson), York Prep (Rock Hill, S.C.), Porter Guad (Charleston, S.C.), Lincoln Prep (Canada) and Meadowcreek High (Norcross, Ga.) playing on two courts at Greensboro Day School.

Games begin at 4 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday. The Schedule Will Be Posted Here on Friday

This year’s field is as good as ever, there is depth of talent across the board for all levels. Some key players are listed below:

We Look Forward to Seeing You!!

Greensboro Day (Greensboro, N.C.)
-2017 6’7″ JP Moorman (Top-150 Ranked)
-2018 6’2″ Will Dillard (Top-150 Ranked)
-2017 6′ Jordan Perkins (NC Central commit)
-2018 6’6″ John Newman (Top-150 Ranked)

Christ School (Arden, N.C.)
-2018 6’8″ Giir Ring (Top-100 Ranked)
-2018 5’10” Damon Harge (Top-150 Ranked)

Word of God (Raleigh, N.C.)
-2017 6’9″ Brandon Huffman (Top-100 Ranked)
-2017 6’3″ Blake Harris (Top-100 Ranked – Washington commit)

Northwood Temple (Fayetteville, N.C.)
-2017 6’3″ Michael Hueitt
-2017 6’5″ JJ Smith (Top-100 Ranked)
-2018 6’10” Immanuel Bates

Providence Day (Charlotte, N.C.)
-2018 6’2″ Devon Dotson (Top-50 ranked)
-2018 6’5″ Trey Wertz (Top-150 ranked)
-2018 6’3″ Issac Suffren

Greenfield School (Wilson, N.C.)
-2018 6’5″ Coby White (Top-25 ranked – UNC commit)
-2018 6’5″ Elijah McCadden (Top-150 Ranked)

Cannon School (Concord, N.C.)
-2018 6’7″ Jairus Hamilton (Top-50 ranked)
-2018 6’6″ Qon Murphy (Top-150 ranked)

Liberty Heights (Charlotte, N.C.)
-2018 6’5″ Michael Wynn
-2018 6’4″ Dominick Welch
-2018 6’10” Heratio Carr

Carmel Christian (Charlotte, N.C.)
-2019 6’4″ Donovan Gregory
-2019 6’2″ Myles Pierre

Oak Hill Academy (Mouth of Wilson, Va.)
-2017 6’10” Billy Preston (Top-10 prospect)
-2017 6’2″ Lindell Wigginton (Top-50 prospect)
-2017 6’3″ Devontae Shuler (Top-75 prospect)
-2017 6’2″ Matt Coleman (Top-40 prospect)
-2017 6’4″ Tyshon Alexander (Top-100 prospect – Creighton commit)
-2018 6’10” Kenny Nwuba (Top-100 prospect)

Mountain Mission (Grundy, Va.)
-2018 6’11” Florent Thamba (Top-150 prospect)
-2019 6’9″ Oscar Tshweibe (Top-30 prospect)
-2018 6’8″ Daniil Kasatkin

Forsyth County Day (Winston Salem, N.C.)

Bishop Sullivan (Virginia Beach, Va)
-2018 6’2″ Rasir Bolton (Top-100 prospect)
-2017 6’7″ Mike Barfield Owens
-2018 6’8″ Logan Wells

Porter Gaud (Charleston, S.C.)
-2019 6’6″ Josiah James (Top-50 prospect)
-2018 6’5″ Aaron Nesmith
-2018 6’9″ Jake Lanford

York Prep (Rock Hill, S.C.)
-2019 6’8″ DJ Burns (Top-50 prospect)
-2018 6’6″ Jaron Williams
-2017 6’1″ Zach Mack

Christian Academy (Myrtle Beach, S.C.)
-2017 6’6″ Bryce Schneider (Top-150 prospect – Richmond commit)
-2019 6’2″ Mike Green
-2017 6’1″ Justin Busby

22 Feet Academy (Greenville, S.C.)
-2017 5’10” Daniel Sackey
-2018 6’8″ Kyle Rawson
-2017 6’9″ Mamadou Diarra (Top-100 prospect – Washington commit)
-2019 7′ Ousmane Ndim (Top-100 prospect)
-2017 7’1″ Mumin Tunc (Top-100 prospect)

Wesley Christian (Allen, Ky.)
-2018 6’10” Christian Lorng (Top-150 prospect)
-2018 6’7″ TJ Smith

Lincoln Prep (Ontario, Canada)
-2017 6’4″ Kevin Kangu
-2017 6’4″ Sam Jenkins

Meadowcreek High School (Norcross, Ga.)
-2019 6’5″ Jamir Chaplin
-2018 6’7″ Cory Hightower
-2018 6’9″ Amari Kelley
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