The players in the class of 2016 have fully left their mark on Georgia high school basketball and are prepared to move on to the next level. With their impression fully ingrained on the landscape of the high school basketball scene, we have done our final update to the HoopSeen Georgia 2016 rankings.
The past few weeks has been quite busy for Robby Carmody, a 6-foot-3 guard out of Mars High School, located 20-minutes north of downtown Pittsburgh. Already boasting a bevy of high-major offers and further attention, HoopSeen was able to catch up with the highly potent sophomore with where things stand with his recruitment and his ongoing high school season.
We are on the cusp of the best days of the calendar year. Yeah, you got it. It is March Madness and while this year’s freshmen class isn’t the best compared to past years, guys like Jamal Murray, Jaylen Brown, and Brandon Ingram will still have a strong say as to who cuts down the nets in Houston. That got us to thinking, with most seniors finishing out their high school careers, who are some of the members of the 2016 class that could be in the spotlight come this time next year as catalysts in cutting down the nets in Phoenix? We indulge.
One of the most versatile and unique prospects in the 2017 class has set his first official visit, a trip that will take him across the nation. Kodye Pugh, a 6-foot-7 wing-forward type with excellent upside and unteachable length, will take an official visit to Stanford this weekend.
Quite possibly the best junior within the Richmond, Virginia area, Mario Haskett has been the go-to guy for his LC Bird bunch all winter long while also picking up priority attention by those throughout the east coast.