ATLANTA, GA — Another great Holiday Hoopsgiving is in the books and the event lived up to the hype as one of the best two-day events in the country.
2018 Warner Robins (GA) wing Nelson Phillips was the most impressive player we saw at our HoopSeen events this travel season.
With the travel season now behind us, it is time to reshuffle the rankings deck for the class of 2018 here in Georgia.
With the travel season now over, we wanted to look back and highlight some of the season’s highlights from 2017. Kyle Sandy looks back on the best things he saw from our HoopSeen events.
Another spring and summer of travel basketball has come and gone.
The long, grueling July days continued Friday at Best of the South with coaches from a variety of levels looking to fill their future rosters.
Now that we are deep into the hot summer months, it was time to look back and re-evaluate our 2018 rankings for the state of Georgia.
The 2017 HoopSeen Atlanta Jam is in the books and we look back on the top overall performers from the event.
SUWANEE, GA — The Atlanta Jam is rolling forward and Saturday was filled with competitive games, big time match-ups and tons of action.
Middle Georgia, Major Talent
With the Live Period upon us, it’s time for coaches from across the nation to migrate down to the south to catch a Peach State staple, the Atlanta Jam.
The 2017 Norman Parker Showcase is in the books and there is a lot to sort through. Justin Young empties his notebook on the biggest lessons learned from the weekend at Suwanee Sports Academy.
Meet the 2017 Norman Parker Showcase 17 and under all-tournament team.
Sharing the Wealth
Our annual Elite Preview took place on Saturday at Kell High School and the camp was filled with talent from the 2018, 2019 and 2020 classes.
The 2017 Elite Preview was loaded with the next wave talent in the state of Georgia. We polled our staff and coaches to determine the top overall performers from the camp.
The 2016-2017 season is now officially over in the state of Georgia and Buford finished at the top of the throne in Class AAAAA. Meet our All-State selections from our staff.
We’ll admit it, Class AAAAA is a hard one to figure. There are a host of options for the team that could take it all. This is a balanced bracket without much of a no-brainer favorite.
We had a busy slate on Wednesday at the Lake City Classic and there were plenty of showings to write home about.
The players in Georgia’s 2018 class have just finished the spring after their sophomore year, and the HoopSeen team has seen enough to debut the class rankings.
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