KJ Buffen

Gainesville, GA
6' 6"
205 lbs
Travel Team
HoopSeen Rankings


With the season now in the books for Class AAAA, we are happy to unveil our picks for All-State.

Gainesville (GA) forward KJ Buffen committed to Middle Tennessee State on Wednesday morning, following an official visit to the Conference USA school. 

After his productive travel season with Nike Team Florida, Gainesville (GA) forward KJ Buffen is shifting his focus to his recruitment.

The 2017 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions is in the books and field was deep with talent. Our staff watched hundreds of players and made sure we saw every team in the 17U and division.

KJ Buffen will be a popular player at the end of April when college coaches can evaluate players in game situations.

Langston Hughes won the AAAAAA state championship in a competitive season in the Peach State. We crown the all-state teams for the classificiation. 

1st Team All-State

Opening day at the Jared Cook Classic offered up five games, plenty of players and plenty to take in at North Gwinnett High School.

Our one-day HoopSeen Shootout was chalked full of who's next in Georgia and the stage allowed our staff to see some of the top teams in Georgia.

The players in Georgia’s 2018 class have just finished the spring after their sophomore year, and the HoopSeen team has seen enough to debut the class rankings.

The fourth stop of the Nike EYBL comes through Atlanta and Suwanee Sports Academy.

The Nike and Under Armour circuits both ran their second sessions over the weekend in Indianapolis where the best talent from across the nation was on display.

The Georgia Elite Preview was jam-packed with talent and our staff looks back on each player at the invite-only camp. Here are the player breakdowns from Team 2. 

As always, the Best of the South was a stage for the next wave of talent to showcase their skill set.

The underclassmen at the Atlanta Jam was jam-packed with talented players in the 2018 class. Our staff had a chance to see a good number of 15 and under players.

A number of talented prospects took the floor Saturday and began their own stories to start the April recruiting period. With college coaches in attendance, here are the players that made a mark for themselves with their own story lines. 

The Elite Preview was a tremendous day of basketball at Suwanee Sports Academy Cobb. We had 80 of Georgia's best players from the class of 2016, 2017 and 2018. The camp was so good we decided to break down every player at camp. Here's an examination of Team 1 from our staff of evaluators and media.

AAAAA Senior of the Year: Roger Davis, SF, Brunswick
AAAAA Junior of the Year: Alterique Gilbert, PG, Miller Grove
AAAAA Sophomore of the Year: Jordan Usher, SG, Sequoyah

The Cobb edition of the Georgia Cup was filled with terrific players and competitive action all weekend long at Allatoona, Etowah and Harrison High Schools.