Justin Forrest

Decatur, GA
6' 2"
Travel Team
HoopSeen Rankings


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

The race to the highly competitive Class A Private championship now moves into good match-ups across the board. We dive into the second round and preview what is on tap for Thursday. 

The summer travel ball period is a grind. And come July, there are a lot of tired legs and success can often come to who wants it the most.

The 2016 Best of the South is in the books and as we look back on the event, we wanted to highlight the top performers from the field.

The Live Summer Festival, presented and organized by Hoop Exchange and HoopSeen, is a two-day event on Wednesday, July 13th and Thursday, July 14th that encompasses the Live P

As we continue to look back at the 2016 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions, we wanted to break down the top overall performers from the 17 and under division.

The 2016 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions was a loaded event and our staff of a dozen talent evaluators collected their votes, notes and suggestions for the 17 and under all-tournament team.

The Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions is set to tip off this weekend as some of the best throughout the east coast and beyond hit the floor at Suwanee Sports Academy; we take a look at the names to watch on the 17-under level.

The April travel period started off with a bang as the 2016 Norman Parker Showcase was loaded with talent. Here are the 17U All-Tournament selections from the event.

It was another successful weekend with the annual Norman Parker Showcase. Georgia and the surrounding area brought their best talent to be showcased against some of the top teams the area had to offer.

The Georgia Elite Preview was jam-packed with talent and our staff looks back on each player at the invite-only camp. Here are the player breakdowns from Team 5.

Rising senior Justin Forrest captured his first state title with Greenforest Christian this year after knocking off St. Francis and Kobi Simmons from their two-year reign.

1st Team All-State
De’Andre Ballard, SACA, SF, JR
Robert Baker, Walker School, PF/SF, SR
Ikey Obiagu, Greenforest Christian, C, JR

ATLANTA, GA – After a great first day of action on Friday, Saturday’s slate was out to make more noise.

As always, the Jared Cook Classic was a well-run showcase over three days that provided great basketball while also raising money for a great cause. On the basketball side, a lot was learned, a lot was established. Here are a few notes from Monday and Tuesday:

The Elite Preview was a tremendous day of basketball at Suwanee Sports Academy Cobb. We had 80 of Georgia's best players from the class of 2016, 2017 and 2018.

The class of 2017 was well-represented at The Fall Preview on Sunday at Suwanee Sports Academy. The sophomores brought their games and battled until the very end.

Perhaps the strength of the Havoc on the Hardwood was the depth of talent in the younger divisions.

The Finals of the Georgia Cup were jam-packed with players. Picking our all-tournament teams was a difficult, but fun, task for our team. The picks are: