With the 2014-15 high school season in the books and in the rear-view mirror, we decided it was time to close out the Class of 2015 rankings in Alabama. After another entertaining year of basketball, these prospects are expected to have productive careers at the next level.

Mohammed Abdulsalem, C, Georgia Stars United:

Welcome to the 2015 NCAA Live Evaluation period. Let the games begin at the 2015 HoopSeen Atlanta Jam! What should you be watching as we head into the weekend event? What players are the prime time guys? How will things play out at Suwanee Sports Academy? We preview the storylines. 

Schedules will be released HERE by Wednesday at 10 p.m.

17 and under

Alabama Magic
Atlanta All-Stars
Atlanta Hoop Starz
Atlanta Select Black
Atlanta Select Black (Gates)
Atlanta Select Preeminent
Atlanta Select Pro
Birmingham Bluedevils
Birmingham Kings
Birmingham Storm
Charlotte ACES
Charlotte Court KY
Charlotte Gators
Chattanooga Elite
Coastal Crew Rebels 16
DSG Gators - TX
FCI Warriors
First Coast Elite
Florida Celtics
Florida Hoyas
Florida Tarheels Gold
Florida Tarheels White
Gainesville Basketball Club
Georgia Shock
Georgia Tarheels
Georgia Thunder
Jacksonville Tigers
LA 4 Black
Nike Team Florida
NSA Celtics
Reach Higher Kings Black
Reach Higher Kings Blue
River City Reign NC
Runnin Rebels
Savannah Thunder
South Carolina Raptors Elite
South Florida Elite
Southeast Elite
Spectrum Elite Black
Spectrum Elite Purple
Sports Academy South
SR1 Mississippi Basketball Club
Tampa Bay Knights
Team Forrest
Team Heat
Team Impact
Team Power
Team SAC
Team Speights Blue
Team Speights Elite
Tennessee Bobcats
Tennessee Tigers
Tennessee Triple Threat
Upward Stars Atlanta South
Wellington Wolves

16 and under

Atlanta Condors
Atlanta Lightning
Atlanta Timberwolves
Atlanta Xpress DB
Birmingham Bluedevils
Charlotte ACES
Chattanooga Elite Navy
Florida Hoyas
Florida Tarheels Blue
GA Stunners
Georgia Phoenix
Impact Elite
Jacksonville Tigers
Louisiana Dream Team Elite
Miami Suns
SC Phenoms
South Carolina Raptors Orange
Southeast Elite
Spectrum Elite
SR1 - Mississippi Basketball All-Stars
Tampa Bay Knights
Tampa Titans
Team Forrest
Team Forrest South
Team Impact Blue PS
Team Power
Team SAC
Team United 16U Elite
Tennessee Select
Tennessee Tigers
Warner Robins Express

15 and under

Atlanta Lightning
Atlanta Select Burton
Charlotte ACES
Charlottes Finest Hornets
EOTO Graham
EOTO Wonnum
Florida Elite Clearwater
Florida Hoyas
Florida Sons
Fort Walton Beach Thunder
GA Stars (MW)
Georgia Bulls
Georgia Phoenix
Jacksonville Tigers
Lexington Future
Mobile Hurricanes
North Ga Elite
SC Raptors Elite
Sports Academy South
Team Power
TNBA Cougars
TNBC 2018 Gold
TNBC 2018 Select
Wellington Wolves

14 and under

Atlanta Select Stephens
Charlotte Court KY
LA4 2019
SC Heat Elite
SC Raptors Elite
Spectrum Sports
TNBC 1918
TNBC 2019 Gold


The 16 and under division came down to the Georgia Stars and Atlanta Xpress.

The 17 and under division of the Norman Parker Showcase was fantastic. There was talent all around and our staff of writers break down the best performers we saw from the weekend.

It’s always fun to see players have success on the biggest stages.

DeAndre Ballard is As-Advertised

By Kory Keys

Chuma Okeke's Rise

Bigs. Bigs Everywhere


By Kory Keys

If you watched the 2015 McDonald’s All-American game last night, you probably didn’t come away with an overwhelming feeling about the future of college basketball and beyond. 

Despite only being an 8th grader, 2019 Shades Valley (AL) forward Trendon Watford is already taking Alabama by storm. He hasn’t stepped foot into a high school hallway, yet he is one of the most popular prospects in the Heart of Dixie, and rightfully so.

The Georgia Cup is a great platform for our staff to take a good, long look at teams and players. Justin Young empties his three takeaways from the weekend.

By Kory Keys

Kory Keys looks back at a busy weekend for the Georgia Cup #2. What were his three takeaways from the weekend of basketball?

The second Georgia Cup of the circuit is in the books and we look back at the lessons learned from the high school division. Carter Wilson unloads the three biggest takeaways from the weekend.

The second stop on the Georgia Cup circuit had 124 teams playing over 10 different age divisions. Here are the recaps for the championship game stories.

17U | 16U | 15U | 14U | 13U | 12U | 11U | 10U | 9U | 8U