The high school basketball season ended this year without a public school state champion, as of right now.
In this week of The Carolina Corner we take a look at Ben Bryson's commitment, we check in with Alex Holt, Geico National Tournament moving South, NCHSAA Finals schedule, and more.
The season is approaching its final month before we crown a new state champion in March.
In our Best of the Rest series, we take a look at the unsigned seniors in North Carolina by position.
The season is right around the corner and most teams start practice this week and early next week. A lot of players are making their college decisions and some are waiting it out.
The Carolina Corner is here again.
In this edition of Fastbreak Friday we take a dive into the mid-major level of college basketball recruiting and see who is going where.
The Best of the South was the place to be for independent teams on the travel circuit. There were hundreds of college coaches
Team Phoenix 6-foot-8 center Alex Holt saw his recruitment rise after playing on the HoopSeen platform.
The next wave of talent shined bright at the Georgia World Congress Center for the Best of the South. The 17 and under division was full of intensity and competition.
The 2019 Best of the South was trending during the NCAA Live Period.
ATLANTA, GA-The HoopSeen Best of the South will be tipping off at the World Congress Center in downtown Atlanta, Georgia on July 11th and running until July 14th.
Suwanee, GA —Throughout this spring at HoopSeen events players from all over the Southeast have came through the doors at Suwanee Sports Academy.
With 114 teams in the 17U division of the 2019 HoopSeen Atlanta Jam, you had to really stand out to make our All-Tournament team.
The Hoop State came strong at the HoopSeen Atlanta Jam and Justin Byerly was on hand to see all of the players from North Carolina. Who did he think were the five best players from the state?
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