Player News for June 2019

Big men are always a priority for every program in the country. Dominating the paint, rebounding and blocking shots are keys to a championship contending program at every level. 

PSB Elite 16U made the trip to Suwanee Sports Academy in May for the Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions. 

Scoring translates at every level. Elijah Jamison did it for Louisburg High School this season and this summer is doing it for Team Loaded NC.

Greenforest Christian big man Christian Fussell was going to be a player who college coaches loved at the NCAA Georgia team camp. We knew that would happen. 

Standing 6-foot-6 with a powerful frame, Upward Stars combo forward Dillon Jones passes the eye test. 

Jalen Speer was a key member of the Florida Knights backcourt and contributor to his team’s championship run at the loaded Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions. 

A necessity for mid-major programs throughout the country is perimeter scoring. 

Looking back to the Holiday Hoopsgiving event in metro Atlanta right after the Thanksgiving holiday, Southwest Dekalb SG Eugene Brown put together a body of work that elevated his

Suwanee, GA- Garner Road wing Justin Thomas caught the attention of our HoopSeen staff at The Tip-Off event in late March. 

Michael Eads of Team CP25 has consistently been one of the top overall players at our HoopSeen events this season. The 6-foot-5 guard from Orlando (FL) Edgewater has a recruitment to prove it. 

Frank Anselem’s phone has been ringing a little more than usual this week. The 6-foot-10 big man from the class of 2021 is a big target in Georgia’s junior class. 

Broc Bidwell has been one of the most productive point guards in Georgia’s 2021 class this travel season with the Game Elite.

Jabari Smith hasn't slept in his own bed in nearly a month.

Suwanee, GA-Throughout the spring one name that generated a lot of buzz was Kelton Talford, a 6-foot-6 small forward for Carolina Pressure.

The class of 2021 prospect from Atlanta Pace Academy talks about the growth of his game, his recruitment and where he was 12 months ago as a player.

Khalil Shaheed was one of the most aggressive guards at our events this travel season. The 6-foot-4 guard from Game Elite Florida was a load to stop en route to the rim.

Game Elite forward Sam Hines has been productive in the paint this travel season.

If you’ve read this site, or follow us on social media or even been at one of our events, this line won’t surprise you. 

Myles Tate is one of the best point guards in the Southeast’s 2020 class. He doesn’t have to tell you that. Neither do his coaches. 

His recruitment will. 

Upcoming Events

Date
October 31, 2020
Venue
TOA Sports Performance Center
Who
Boys 9th-12th grades
Entry Cost
$165
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November 21, 2020 – February 7, 2021
Venue
Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 5th-9th grades
Entry Cost
$950
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February 13 – 14, 2021
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Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 5th-8th grades
Entry Cost
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