Wendell Carter

Atlanta, GA
Class
2017
Position
PF
Height
6' 10"
Weight
250 lbs
School Team
Travel Team
HoopSeen Rankings
National
3
State
1
College

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The class of 2017 is a month away from turning the tassel and starting a new journey of their respective basketball careers.

First Team All-State 

With Pace Academy now crowned as the champions in AAA, it is time to unveil our All-State selections in Georgia for the classification. 

1st Team All-State

ATHENS, GA — Sometimes you win pretty. Sometimes you win ugly. And sometimes you win it all. 

SAVANNAH, GA — Pace Academy is going back to the state championship. And they did it by pure power, perimeter shooting and clutch free throws in the fourth quarter. 

Three teams in this year’s AAA state playoff bracket won a state championship last season. Now with realignment, only one will come away as the champion in this year’s bracket.

There’s a lot to catch up within the Peach State so we wanted to do a big picture look at the storylines happening in high school hoops.

Isaiah Kelly produces at the City of Palms Classic as he names an early top four.
The Pac 12 and the SEC lead the brigade of talented classes as they boast a couple of programs atop of the 2017 HoopSeen Top-25 Class Rankings.

One of the biggest and most impressive high school basketball Thanksgiving events takes place this Friday and Saturday at Corinth (MS) High School – and, yes, you read that correctly.

Duke lands the number one player in America as Wendell Carter commits to the Blue Devils.
Who has the most to gain coming off of the early signing period? Duke, Syracuse, and Kansas come to mind.
Duke gets it potent scoring presence in the backcourt as Gary Trent, a top-15 shooting guard, commits to the Blue Devils.
Now that the first signing period is finally here, we lay out the next few days and possible and probable commitments set to ensue.
With signing day approaching, how might things play out and what conferences have the most to gain?
Now that the first signing period is less than a few days away, what might ensue in the days ahead and how might some of the blueblood programs fair following it?
Now that the first signing period is just a few days away, the final weekend prior to it is one that brings a few elite, five-star talent hitting the road to the likes of Kentucky, UNLV, and Georgia Tech.
With the first singing period now just a week away, we take a look at where each prospect might land and when they might decided to come off the board.
Duke leads the way with its bevy of elite visitors while VCU and Syracuse hope to pull in a commitment within the coming days.
The spotlight is on at Duke, Syracuse, NC State, and Louisville this weekend leading this week's On the Trail series.