Player News for August 2016

2017 Velma Jackson (MS) point guard Nick Weatherspoon proved himself as one of the top players on the adidas circuit during the travel season.

Wyatt Wilkes commits to Florida State.

Willie Hayes and the Alabama A&M Bulldogs got an early start to their 2017 recruiting class on Tuesday, as 2017 Monroeville (AL) Monroe County forward DeAndre Robinson made his

North Alabama picked up a big commitment Monday evening, as 2017 Winfield (AL) point guard Payton Stovall made his early pledge to Bobby Champagne and the Lions. 

Jericho Sims commits to Texas.
Anthony Polite commits to Florida State.

We’ve seen this situation play out time and time again on the recruiting front. A college coach walks through the door at Suwanee Sports Academy in July for the Best of the South.

Kyle Young becomes the third member of the 2017 class for Butler.
Darryl Morsell one step closer to a college decision.
Darius Bazley and Justin Ahrens commit to Ohio State.
Villanova lands the commitment of Jermaine Samuels.
Tevin Brown commits to Murray State.
Virginia Tech, Clemson, and SMU stand out for MIchael Okauru.
Alex O'Connell commits to Duke.

With value as an elite shot-blocker, Ikey Obiagu has been a widely recruited big man in the class of 2017. The 7-footer from Greenforest Christian in Decatur, Georgia.  

While prospects are lining up official campus visits this fall, Alexandria (LA) Peabody guard Cedric Russell is taking a different approach to his recruitment. 

Rayshaun Hammonds was one of the most productive players on the Nike EYBL circuit this season and his recruitment shows it. 

Ohio State becomes the first power conference program to offer Justin Ahrens.
Brion Whitley, a top-30 wing out of Florida, commits to UNC-Wilmington.

Upcoming Events

Dates
February 13 – 14, 2021
Venue
Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 5th-8th grades
Entry Cost
$350
Date
March 14, 2021
Venue
Woodward Academy Athletic Complex
Who
Boys 9th-12th grades
Entry Cost
$125
Dates
March 19 – 21, 2021
Venue
Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 3rd-11th grades
Entry Cost
$295