The state of Georgia is always loaded with college basketball prospects and these four guys were the center of hot and heavy recruitments.
To borrow a line from Ray Cappo, we're back!
RJ Godfrey is one of the most sought out prospects in Georgia's 2022 class. At 6-foot-7, he has a college ready frame and is one of the most versatile players in the state.
LOUISVILLE, KY - Opening day of the Grassroots Showcase was a great start to what should be a big-time weekend.
1st Team All-State
Kanaan Carlyle, Milton, SOPH
Malique Ewin, Berkmar, JR
Camron McDowell, McEachern, SR
Danny Stubbs, Pebblebrook, SR
We are amidst a fun time in GHSA hoops as region games are beginning to wrap up with state playoff seeding on the line.
Another week down, another top-10. Christmas week brought us some quality games and performances highlighted by the Tournament of Champions Holiday Classic which occurred the day after Christmas.
The 2020 Tournament of Champions Classic at Wheeler High School got off to a great start. There were several of the top teams and players around the state in attendance.
All throughout the high school season I am constantly looking for who could be the next break out prospect.
As we put a bow on the long, strange trip that the 2020 season has been, we wanted to look back on the best of from our platform.
RJ Godfrey was one of the top overall performers on our HoopSeen stage in 2020. The 6-foot-7 from North Gwinnett was a match-up problem with the Atlanta Xpress.
As is the case most HoopSeen events, our underclassmen group of teams and players was impressive.
As we prepare for the bounce back in basketball, it is important for us to look at those players we believed were on the brink of a breakout prior to the quarantine season.
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