Josh Carlton

Hyattsville, MD
6' 10"
Travel Team
HoopSeen Rankings


The Pac 12 and the SEC lead the brigade of talented classes as they boast a couple of programs atop of the 2017 HoopSeen Top-25 Class Rankings.
UConn leads the way as the Huskies take the seat of the top class in 2017 within the American Athletic Conference.
With less than five weeks to go before the early signing period begins, we give an update on the 2017 HoopSeen class rankings as Auburn, Washington, and Illinois lead the pack early on.
UConn makes another splash within the 2017 class in landing the services of top-125 forward Tyler Polley.
UConn leads the way early on for the race for the top spot within the American Athletic Conference 2017 class rankings.
Georgia Tech & Illinois State pick up immediate producers in the backcourt as we roll out the list of commitments received from last week.
Florida, Clemson, Texas, and Colorado among those with a heavy list of visitors found in this weeks' On the Trail.
Purdue, Syracuse, UConn, and Butler take center stage in this week's On the Trail series displaying your go-to resource for where the best are this weekend.
Josh Carlton speaks on visits planned and mindset heading into his final year of high school ball.

While much of the talk surrounding this year’s DeMatha Catholic bunch is about five-star guards Markelle Fultz and DJ Harvey, it should be noted

The National Hoops Festival, an annual event put on by Keith Stevens and the Team Takeover crew on the grounds of DeMatha Catholic High School, once again brought together some of

The first annual PlayMakerz Breakout Classic went down on Saturday in Richmond, Virginia and brought in some of the best talent from within the state, along with those form the DMV and North Carolina. While there were a lot of known ballplayers like Aamir Simms and Ejike Obinna, a few committed recruits like Demonte Buckingham and Bruce Moore, and others unknowns that made headways like Ben Stanley and Kris Monroe, the day couldn’t have been much better in finding the best of the best out of the Mid-Atlantic. Highlighting those that broke out from the relative unknown were Josh Carlton, Kaleb Hunter, Ben Stanley, Isaiah Moseley, and Isaiah Todd.