Reggie Perry

Thomasville, GA
Class
2018
Position
PF
Height
6' 8"
Travel Team
HoopSeen Rankings
National
10
State
1
College

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We released our post-summer rankings for Georgia’s 2018 class today. There weren’t a lot of changes, to be honest. This class is an interesting group.

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. 

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.

After checking out talent from all corners of the state of Georgia during the high school season and evaluating talent at our Elite Preview camp, it was time to redo our class of 2018 rankings for

With the season now in the books for Class AA, we are happy to unveil our picks for All-State.

The Class AA bracket has some potential fireworks in the second round of the GHSA state tournament. We take a deeper look at what to expect.

BEST SECOND ROUND MATCH-UP 

Class AA is an interesting one and nearly always difficult to predict. This year isn’t any different. Who will raise the GHSA trophy in March? The road won’t be easy but it will be balanced.

We take a look at some of the programs that have already celebrated some success on the recruiting trail for the 2018 class and a few others that could be in for giant years out on the trail.
Ethan Henderson commits to Arkansas.
Marvin Bagley III cements his case as the top prospect in the 2018 class as we release the HoopSeen Top-100 Rankings.
Florida dominates the 2018 HoopSeen Rankings, producing nine within the top-100, as Jaylen Hoard becomes the top newcomer into the mix.
Arkansas and Georgia State end the week on a super strong note, reeling in two of their top targets.
Desi Sills commits to Arkansas.

Reggie Perry’s recruitment surged the day college coaches could call prospects from the class of 2018. High-major staffs knew they had to get in there before it was too late. 

Arkansas lands the talents of sharpshooting 2018 guard Isaiah Joe.
Zion Williamson stands out from day one at adidas Nations with his utter domination en route to 21 points on the scoreboard.
Marvin Bagley leads the way in the 2018 class but who else could step ahead from the class? Is there enough star power throughout?
Reggie Perry stands among the elite as Victory Bailey and Jamal Bieniemy shows great upside and talent.

The Adidas Gauntlet Finale tipped off at the Upward Stars Center in Spartanburg, South Carolina Thursday morning, with a plethora of college coaches from all over the country converging on the East