Player News for July 2019

Justin Amadi brought the energy and explosion to the Best of the South and was an eye-catcher with the Upward Stars Upstate program.

Jordan Sears was one of the top overall point guards at the 2019 Best of the South. The Floridian from Daytona Beach plays with toughness from tip to finish. 

Caleb Love was one of the top overall players at the USA Basketball Junior National Team Minicamp. The 6-foot-3 guard from St.

Bryce Thompson has been one of the best players here in Colorado Springs for the USA Basketball Junior National Team minicamp. But that’s not a big surprise.

Class of 2021 guard Langston Love is one of the best guards that we have seen this year on the national stage.

Keon Johnson is down to two schools - Ohio State and Tennessee. And he's going to pick one on August 6th.

Paolo Banchero is one of the best prep players in America. He's also one of the smartest.

Glenn Taylor, a big combo guard from Las Vegas, was one of the eye-catchers from the first session of the Phoenix NCAA Academy.

Floridian David Green drew a crowd in Phoenix. The 6-foot-6 wing from Orlando had schools follow him across the country to see him at the NCAA Academy at Grand Canyon University. 

Dominique Clifford, a 6-foot-5 wing from Colorado Springs, Colorado, was one of the eye-catchers on Tuesday night of the NCAA Live Period event. 

PHOENIX, AZ - Alex Fudge is one of the most impressive young prospects we had at our HoopSeen events in 2019.

Team Florida big man Andre Wier wrapped up his travel ball career this week in Los Angeles at the adidas Gaunlet Gold Finale.

Brandon Stroud finished the summer playing with Game Elite Florida at the adidas Gauntlet Gold tournament in Los Angeles.

LADERA RANCH, CA - The streak is daily. At least it feels like it is. Caleb Murphy’s scholarship offers almost seems like it happens every day.

LADERA RANCH, CA - Devin Carter was the Most Valuable Player of the storied Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions as he helped pilot his Team Knight club to the championship. 

When the class of 2020 has all found a place to go play in college, we are going to look back at this group from Georgia and ask ourselves who really “won” the recruiting game? 

I love tough guys. I love competitors. I love players that just play. And win. 

Just win, baby. 

The month of June was an interesting one with the NCAA Live Period now extending into the high school landscape.

Upcoming Events

Dates
April 10 – 12, 2020
Venue
The Finley Center
Who
Boys 6th-11th grades
Entry Cost
$395
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April 17 – 19, 2020
Venue
Raleigh Convention Center
Who
Boys 8th-12th grades
Entry Cost
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April 24 – 26, 2020
Venue
Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 8th-11th grades
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