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20195
AchiuwaPreciousSF6'9"190BronxNYMontverde Academy6/26/18 - athletic with huge potential, rebounder, developing defender, capable ballhandler; needs to improve as a shooter and in the halfcourt | 7/16/18 - While he did attempt 14 3-point jumpers, it was his ability to slice to the basket using his unique body control that really stood out. Achiuwa got to the line over 40 times this week and made over 60 percent of his field goal attempts.
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AgbonkpoloMaxSF6'8"180
Rancho Santa Marg.
CA
Santa Marg. Catholic
7/6/18 - A big guard who can stretch the floor and owns a high level of versatility. A truly position-less player who can initiate offense and be a small-ball center.
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AkokAkokPF6'10"195PutnamCTPutnam Science7/20/18 - Buy stock in Akok Akok. He's pushing 6-10 now. Versatile, mobile & active. Holding a block party on court 5 at the Summer Championship. He needs a bump in our rankings. | 7/31/18 - Akok showed a tremendous motor and impacted the game by blocking shots, rim running and making open jump shots. Akok has grown to 6-foot-10, is quick off his feet and a good athlete. Offensively, he has nice touch, good hands and does a good job of stretching the floor with his ability to shoot the ball.
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AllenDontaieSF6'6"185FalmouthKYPentleton County
7/11/18 - a big, high-scoring wing | 7/12/18 - One of the better scorers off the bounce that I’ve seen this summer.
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AmaefuleRichardPF6'8"205DallasTXBishop Lynch7/23/18 - The London native can really run the floor and is wiry strong with tremendous quickness that he uses to his advantage in the post. Once he becomes a bit more comfortable with the mid-range jumper, I can see him being dangerous as a pick-and-pop guy, too.
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AnthonyColePG6'3"185New York CityNYOak Hill6/22/18 - dynamic athlete, fierce competitor, attacking mentality, great perimeter rebounder, improving 3 | 6/25/18 - explosive PG | 7/16/18 - Cole Anthony is probably the most well-known player in this class, in part because of his pedigree — he is Greg Anthony’s son — and in part because he’s an uber-productive player that led the EYBL in scoring with highlight reel athleticism. | 8/7/18 - What makes him special is that he can get to any spot on the floor with his dribble to create a basket for himself or an assist. He's adept and aggressive in ball-screen scenarios and possesses a subtle change of pace, yet he also has explosive burst when blowing past defenders and creating separation.Damian Lillardhttp://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/insider/story/_/id/24302111/cole-anthony-impressive-point-guard-prospects-chris-paul-camp
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AntoineBryanSG6'5"170Tinton FallsNJRanney School
6/26/18 - long, athletic guard who can shoot from range and handle; developing confidence and gradually realizing defensive potentialhttps://www.app.com/story/sports/2018/07/19/team-rio-usa-basketball-scottie-lewis-bryan-antoine/793056002/
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ArmstrongTerrySG6'5"180ScottsdaleAZBella Vista Prep6/11/18 - physical 2 guard
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AskewDevinPG6'2"170Santa AnaCAMater Dei9/23/18 - Askew has good size, terrific control of the ball, plays fast and his confidence combined with his ability to stick shots from deep, on mid range pull-ups and then get to the rim make him a no brainer as a high major prospect and one of the best young players on the West Coast.
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AustinMaceoSG6'4"170HermitagePAKennedy Catholic7/16/18 - Austin's ability to serve as a rangy playmaker and dangerous shooter was key. He has good size, is pretty fundamentally sound and has really beefed up his off-the-dribble game over the last year.
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BacotArmandoC6'10"240BradentonFLIMG Academy
7/31/18 - Bacot is a very good area rebounder, but he’s also an offensive threat. He has very good touch around the basket, finishes well with either hand is a good passer.
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BakerWillC6'11"240AustinTXWestlake6/28/18 - good interior touch, developing floor spacer, needs to develop defensively and as a rebounder (comp: HS Steven Zimmerman) | 7/11/18 - Blend of skill, talent and toughness | 7/12/18 - The super-talented, modern-day center displayed added dimensions to his game as he created for himself off of the bounce, finished through contact with his off hand and made some plays out of high-low sets. | 7/16/18 - He facilitated his team’s half-court offense, ran high-ball screen sets and knocked down jumpers to the perimeter.Steven Zimmerman
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BaldwinPatrickSF6'8"190SussexWIHamilton6/20/18 - son of Milwaukee head coach Pat Baldwin, combo of size, solid athletecism, high level shot making | 7/18/18 - These two colts have size, they have skill, they have a great feel for the game and they seem to be all about team. Either could go and be the man demanding 20 shots a game but they play on a very good team and take turns making shots from deep (Baldwin) and doing a little bit of everything, especially passing in the case of Johnson.
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2019NRBarnesCobieSF6'5"175Floyds KnobINFloyd Central
5/29/18 - One thing that Barnes very clearly can do is put the ball in the basket. At 6-foot-5, Barnes has long arms and is just a natural scorer. He is at his best in the mid-range, but also can hit from deep. Not an elite athlete, Barnes can score in traffic, and just have the savvy for putting the ball in the basket, which he did at a high clip all weekend long.
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BarnesScottieSF6'8"200Fort LauderdaleFLUniversity School6/17/18 - energetic player, great interior passing, solid rebounder, streaky jumpshooter | 7/12/18 - Barnes showed why he is strongly in the mix for the No. 1 spot in 2020. He was all over the glass, defended multiple positions, made one highlight play in transition after another and took over as a scorer when his team was down. | 7/16/18 - He’s a 6-foot-8 wing that defends, can handle the rock and is a really good passer, especially in transition.
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BatesEmoniSF6'7"170YpsilantiMILincoln10/11/18 - Smooth, athletic and skilled beyond his years, Bates was easily the best 2022 prospect in attendance and perhaps the best prospect regardless of class. He swished deep threes, handled and created off the dribble while playing above the rim and showed a well-developed all-around game.
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BaughDamionPG6'3"190MemphisTNTennessee Prepgreat size, nice feel, top perimeter defender
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2020NRBeardTylerSG6'0"169ChicagoILWhitney Young6/10/18 - good decision maker, blended facilitating and scoring, disruptive defender | capable playmaker, competitor, mid-range scorer, faciliates in a half-court offense, defends both guard positions, finishes in traffic
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BeauchampMarjonSG6'6"175SeattleWAGarfield7/16/18 - One of the smoothest scorers in the class of 2020, Beauchamp has always had a high skill level and the size that you would want to see out of a high level wing prospect. However, he hasn't always been overly aggressive and thus a bit inconsistent | 7/21/18 - 2020 wing Marjon Beauchamp continues to get better. Just watched him score 30 points on 14 shots. Hit four three-pointers. Twice dunked on defenders in traffic. Competed. High-level talent.
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BeverlyHarlondCG6'4"167SouthfieldMIMontverde Academy5/29/18 - Beverly has good size at around 6-foot-4, and his jump shot is improving to go with his explosive athleticism. Beverly has to continue to refine his decision making, but all weekend he was nearly impossible to keep out of the lane, and he made some of the biggest highlight reel plays in the event. | 7/18/18 - In a bit of a grind-it-out game, Beverly impressed with a few high-level awareness plays down the stretch and showed that he can play the one or the two. It's that versatility that has the coaches coming back.
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BishopDamirSG6'5"175PhiladelphiaPA
Imhotep Inst Charter
6/11/18 - tough, off-the-ball scorer
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2020NRBlakeNickSG6'4"170Los AngelesCAMiddlebrooks Acad.7/16/18 - Blake puts the ball on the floor a bit, is a confident scorer and is somebody that will have to get considered for the national rankings in 2020.
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BostonBJSG6'6"160AtlantaGANorcross7/20/18 - The star of the game without question was five-star wing BJ Boston, who went off for 52 points. The No. 14 player in the 2020 class scored it in a variety of ways. He connected on five triples from downtown. He put the ball on the floor and got to the rim, and also showed off the pull-up jumper. He leaked out in transition a few times for highlight reel dunks. He’s firmly placed himself in the conversation as one of the best long-term shooting guard prospects in the country. | AOT’s BJ Boston is one big time prospect. Pushing 6-7, long and athletic. The wing can knock down shots with range and create off the bounce. Just went off for 52pts.
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2022NRBradleyJalenPG6'3"170CharlotteNCCannon School7/16/18 - Bradley impressed with his unselfish ability to make others better but also his understanding of taking the correct shot. Bradley is an a sure-fire five-star prospect that will be coveted as an underclassman by blue blood programs.
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BrakefieldJaemynPF6'8"210HuntingtonWVHuntington Prep7/27/18 - He's embracing the role of skilled four man and can stretch teams out with his shooting. The one thing that I would like to see him do a little more of is pound the offensive glass for some easy buckets.
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BreidenbachWilhelmC6'9"210Santa AnaCAMater Dei9/23/18 - I loved watching Breidenbach finish just as well with his left hand as he did his right and his ability to handle the ball in transition, passing skills and motor were impressive.
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20194BrownChristianSF6'6"205ColumbiaSCLower Richland6/26/18 - open floor athlete, high motor, agile defender, transition player, developing shooter and ballhandler, straight line driver with no real shake
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BrownGregPF6'7"190AustinTXVandegrift6/10/18 - incredible athlete, potential rebounder, energy player | 6/14/18 - very impressive, can play the 3 or 4, scores at all three levels
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BrownJoelPG6'2"180WolfeboroNHBrewster Academy
10/02/18 - One of the top point guards in the country, Brown is athletic and tough. He gets to the rim, isn't afraid to take jumpers and has all of the tools to be a dynamic defender at some point during his career in the Pac 12.
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BurnettNimariSG6'3"180NapaCAProlific Prep7/31/18 - Burnett has a bit of an unconventional style but he knows how to score and operates with a drive-first style. He has good size and strength, plays long through the lane, is an improving shooter and a good rebounding guard.
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20193ButtsDevinCG6'5"180MaconGAStratford Academy7/20/18 - Not many prospects will go for nine three-pointers in one game this summer. The list of those who will do it twice is much shorter, but go ahead put Devin Butts’ name on that list of those who have done it. And that’s why he’s slowly becoming a prospect that has high-major coaches excited.
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CamaraToumaniSF6'6"190HollywoodFL
Chaminade-Madonna
7/23/18 - Camara is a native of Belgium that came to the United States last year. He has good size and length for the position, he’s a versatile defender, a good rebounder, especially for a wing, and he showed some feel as a scorer.
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20195CareyVernonPF6'10"275Fort LauderdaleFLUniversity School6/22/18 - old school game, polished footwork, outstanding hands w/soft touch, can shoot the 3, strong frame | 6/25/18 - big and strong center who plays more of a skill-based game. Yes, he can use his 275-pound frame to bully defenders in the post, but he really likes to step out and shoot the ball as well | 7/2/18 - Above all, Carey is a skilled basketball player. He passes exceptionally well out of double teams, he is in the right spots on offense and whether it be on the low block or facing the rim, he's a pure scorer with loads of moves at his disposal. Around the rim he uses either hand, has every fake and spin and if it comes down to it, he can just overpower opponents. Facing the hoop he has legitimate three-point range and is pretty good at finding ways to score off of one or two dribbles against other big men. | 7/16/18 - At 6-foot-10, Carey has the athleticism, mobility and handle to thrive. He is a constant grab-and-go threat in transition, he can score in the post and while facing up and, when engaged, he’s a man-child on the glass.
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20204CarlsonBenPF6'9"205Saint PaulMNEast Ridge5/29/18 - He finished above the rim with dunks, was good rebounding the basketball, and also blocked a few shots. Add in a perimeter jumper, and there was a lot to like with how Carlson played on the weekend. | 7/15/18 - Carlson is a bit stronger than Garcia and maybe not quite the same athlete, but he's skilled and tough.
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CartonDJPG6'2"195Bettendorf, IAIABettendorf
6/22/18 - southpaw lead guard has multiple speeds, navigates well in ball screens, creates separation, high assist maker in the open floor, can read the defense well | 6/25/18 - tough PG
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CaseyAndrePF6'8"185ChicagoILSimeon10/7/18 - A slim and mobile freshman who can really run, Andre Casey impressed me with his activity level. He looked unafraid to mix it up with the older players, rebounded and played good positional defense. What really caught my eye, though, was the fluid looking jumper he has.
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ChristopherJoshuaSG6'4"190BellflowerCAMayfair6/10/18 - best pure scorer in the class, unlimited range, nice handle, capable passer | strong frame, +5 wingspan, clutch scorer | 6/19/20 - best scorer at u17 camp, can really create space - capable from 3, but he needs to develop
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2021NRClarkeTerranceSF6'5"180WestonMAThe Rivers School6/11/18 - long and athletic, good court vision and passing | 6/14/18 - wiry wing, top shelf motor, solid athleticism, slick ballhandling skills, impressive court vision, and a tremendous feel for the game
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CockburnKofiC6'11"248Middle VillageNYOak Hill6/29/18 - A mammoth of a big man who measured in last summer at 6-foot-10 with a 7-foot-3 wingspan, they just don’t make them the size of this five-star center anymore. A true low-post asset who can score over his left shoulder, Cockburn has developed a Dirk Nowitzki-like mid-range jumper and is a willing passer out of the double team | 7/11/18 - NY Rens big man Kofi Cockburn is getting better. Tough, physical bruising post player. Wants to get to a right hook, rebounds his area & plays hard.
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20203ColemanTreSF6'5"190JeffersonvilleINJeffersonville5/29/18 - Coleman just plays his role, and it is a very impressive one. He is a very good athlete with excellent length, and then also plays with a good motor. Coleman rebounds well for a wing, is good getting to the rim, and is improving in the mid-range. All weekend long Coleman answered the bell and did all of the little things to help Indiana Elite to the title.
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20193CollinsYuriPG5'10"175St. Louis MOSt. Mary's7/11/18 - What most don’t understand about Collins is that he’s one of the last of a dying breed: the pure point guard. Pound for pound, you won’t find a tougher player in the country.
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2021NRCollinsZaonPG6'0"155Las VegasNVBishop Gorman7/27/18 - Collins was electric off the dribble and got to the lane at will. He's small and skinny, but he sure is tough
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20194CollumAntavionSF6'7"190MemphisTNTennessee Prep6/25/18 - wing who can handle and create a little; can play a small 4
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CooperSharifePG6'0"160MariettaGAMcEachern7/13/18 - He led the relentless attack with 25 points while getting his teammates involved and leading on both ends of the floor.
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20194CrowleyAustinCG6'6"175Bel AirKSSunrise Christian7/12/18 - Capable of playing as a long and rangy playmaker or sliding off the ball as a scorer
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20205CunninghamCadeSG6'5"213ArlingtonTXBowie6/10/18 - complete player, physically mature wing, attacks the rim off the bounce, good athlete, good feel
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20204DainjaDainPF6'8"230Brookyln ParkMNPark Centerbig who can handle, matchup nighmare
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DawesAl-AmirCG6'1"170NewarkNJSt. Patrick
7/13/18 - the Playaz are a tough and all-around solid bunch led by guard Al-Amir Dawes | 7/27/18 - I was impressed by his playmaking and shot making on Thursday. It's a point guard's job to elevate the play of those around him and I feel like Dawes is really doing that with his New Jersey Playaz team.
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DelaireJaidenPF6'8"210GranbyCTLoomis Chaffee
8/8/18 - He has good size at just a hair under 6-foot-9, a 7-foot-2 wingspan, and budding skill at all three levels. He can shoot the ball with range, score over the top of smaller defenders in the midrange area, and has a crafty finishing package around the rim with his footwork and layup-making ability. Delaire doesn't yet know where his spots are in terms of creating his own shot in a way that translates to the next level, but should blossom into a skilled forward who can space the floor, play out of pick-and-pop as well as dribble-handoff action, and also attack closeouts. While he has versatile offensively, he's a straight four on the defensive end, but needs to be more consistent on the glass and playing through contact at that position.
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DickinsonHunterC6'11"220HyattsvilleMDDeMatha Catholic6/29/18 - polished game, best back to the basket big since Jahlil Okafor; limited athletically
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DisuDylanPF6'8"205PflugervilleTXHendrickson
long/rangy foward, defends multiple positions, nice perimiter jumper (comp: Javin DeLaurier)Javin DeLaurier
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DixonEricPF6'7"250Willow GrovePAAbington
7/19/18 - Class of 2019 Villanova commit Eric Dixon was tremendous this morning. He was attacking the defense off the bounce & consistently knocking down shots. Safe to say Wildcat fans should be happy with this get.
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EdwardsAnthonySG6'4"215AtlantaGAHoly Spirit Prep6/14/18 - could be best off-guard prospect, versatile scoring package, scores at all three levels, aggressive off the bounce, creating shot opportunities | 6/19/18 - big time scorer | 6/25/18 - scores with punishing physicality and tremendous explosiveness | 7/12/18 - His scoring wasn’t up to par compared to past showings, but it was his focus on defense that impressed. Thanks to his size at the 2-guard spot - along with his plus-five wingspan - there is no reason why Edwards can't be heralded as one of the best two-way guards in high school, regardless of classification. | 7/16/18 - he did show off improved defense and passing skills (comp: Brad Beal) | 7/27/18 - He's not really either, he's just a dude that you give the ball to, get out of the way and watch him get buckets and make others better. | 7/31/18 - A scoring guard who blends athleticism and skill, he's been playing to rave reviews at virtually every stop throughout the last two months. He has become more explosive off the bounce, built up a powerful body, and is proving to be one of the most dangerous and versatile perimeter scorers in the country.Bradley Beal, young James Harden
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2021NREdwardsKeonPF6'7"175PasadenaTXSam Rayburn7/18/18 - Standing easily above 6-foot-7, Edwards is the next prospect out of Texas to be highly recruited. While he is just an infant in this stage of his development, the upside and talent with him is impressive. He can run the high ball screen set, is a fluid athlete at the basket and once he becomes accustomed to his body, evolve into a versatile defender. Edwards finished with three made 3-point jumpers and also made a few plays that appeased the eyes.
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EllisBoogiePG6'2"165San DiegoCAMission Bay7/11/18 - He came out shooting flames from deep early -- daggers the Indy Heat could never quite recover from -- and that jump shooting on top of a skilled floor game makes him a weapon who can play at the one or the two. | 7/14/18 - Big, big fan of Boogie Ellis, point guard out of San Diego. Vocal, poised, very nice shooter. | 7/14/18 - Not many guys have boosted their stock this week more than ESPN 100 guard Boogie Ellis. Consistently making plays, hitting perimeter shots. | 7/31/18 - Ellis is a dynamic scorer and shot maker that is capable of playing on or off the ball effectively. | A big guard with a long and solid frame to fill out, he can score at all three levels, shoot it with deep range and has a lot of game off the dribble.
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ForbesJaylenSG6'4"185FlorenceMSFlorence
major perimeter scoring threat, can create for himself | 7/11/18 - Forbes has the tools to emerge as one of the better shooters in the South | 7/28/18 - high level shooter from 3
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2021NRFosterMichaelPF6'8"220MilwaukeeWIMilwaukee Wash.6/25/18 - impressive physical frame, super-skilled, and feathery jumper; body comp: Terrence Jones | 7/18/18 - A 6-foot-8 forward with athleticism, skill and range on his jump shot all the way out to the three-point line
Terrance Jones
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20203FrankTerrenPF6'7"200ChatsworthCASierra Canyon7/16/18 - aggressive nature and how relentless he was in attacking on the offensive end and the work he did on the glass.
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20194FreemantleZachPF6'8"220OradellNJBergen Catholic
7/13/18 - At 6-foot-9 he is skilled, has toughness, scores over either shoulder and he can step out to shoot the ball with some range. He's a good athlete and he competes the entire game and could be a stretch five or a big four depending on system.
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GaffneyAlonzoPF6'8"185WolfeboroNHBrewster Academy
4/13/18 - The Ohio State-bound Gaffney produced a handful of triple-doubles while helping the Bulldogs to 18 wins. No player in Northeast Ohio was more sought by colleges than Gaffney, who averaged 18.2 points, 9.0 rebounds and 4.0 blocks.
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GaffneyJalenPG6'2"175WesttownPAWesttown School
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20203GallowayTreySG6'3"165CulverINCulver Academyscoring shooting guard, struggles with high speed games
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GarciaDawsonPF6'10"200Prior LakeMNPrior Lake5/29/18 - Garcia hit threes, got to the rim, and finished above the rim. Add in that he has a good handle for somebody 6-foot-10, and Garcia was too much for virtually any player in the 16 and under division to deal with one-on-one. | 7/15/18 - At 6-foot-9 he's a smooth athlete with inside/out skill and he's getting better in a hurry. If he keeps up at this rate, he's knocking on the door of being an elite level prospect and his ceiling for improvement is still tremendous.
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GaryJuwanSF6'6"200ColumbiaSCGray Academy
7/9/18 - Gary is a gritty, athletic and tough wing who has leadership qualities and a willingness to sit down and lock in on opponents defensively.
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GermanyJacobC6'9"210KingstonOKKingston7/11/18 - Playing for Team Griffin, look for him to show good athleticism, a nice level of skill and loads of upside. I’m not sure he’s an out-of-the-box, ready-to-contribute high major as a freshman, but long term he’s got all the tools to be a nice piece.
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20193GillsMasonPF6'6"215New CastleIN
New Castle Chrystler
5/29/18 - Gillis is a good rebounder and someone who can play a variety of different roles with his faceup game as well as his skill. It was a good first step for a player who missed a lot of time due to injury. | 6/25/18 - A new age forward who can play either on the wing or as a stretch power forward
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20193GloverNivenSG6'5"180OrlandoFLOak Ridge5/29/18 - An elite, elite athlete who has a developing jumper, Glover was impressive over the weekend. Glover has improved as a catch and shoot guy, and also is showing his explosion attacking with dribbles off the bounce. While his offensive game is continuing to come around, Glover remains a very high potential defender and someone who can really rebound from the guard spot.
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20193GordonDajuanSG6'3"180ChicagoILCurieathletic scorer, can shoot from deep and attack off the dribble | 7/15/18 - Though skinny, Gordon is tough, has athleticism and can play on or off the ball as a scorer or playmaker. You know what else he can do, defend. Gordon is among the better perimeter defenders I've seen during the grassroots season and it's clear that he takes pride on that side of the ball.
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20193GordonDeAntoniPF6'8"175MobileALJohn L. Leflore
7/3/18 - glue-like front court defender with a high motor
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20193GrahamJalenPF6'8"190PhoenixAZMountain Pointe7/18/18 - He played with a controlled aggressiveness on both ends of the floor, and his rim protection proved to be elite (3.3 BPG).
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GreenJalenSG6'5"170FresnoCA
San Joaquin Memorial
6/19/18 - explosive athlete, improving as a jump shooter, good defenisve awarenss, impressive in transition | 6/22/18 - quick-twitch athleticism, raw playmaker, needs to develop as a long-range shooter, needs to learn how to play without dominating the ball | 6/25/18 - smooth operator, high flyer, 40-point threat | 7/5/18 - Lean and explosive, Green is a 6-foot-5 scoring machine out of Fresno (Calif.) San Joaquin Memorial who makes the game look effortless. Chief in that ability to make things look easy is how quick his first step is. Yes, he plays predominately to his strong hand, but he’s also a very good ball handler who defenders simply can’t stay in front of because of his quickness and elite athleticism. 7/10/18 - The athletic playmaker has improved his passing ability, but he was best in this event as a scorer, due to his size, length, athleticism, handle, attacking mentality and shooting.
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GreenJosh SG6'5"185BradentonFLIMG Academy6/22/18 - good size and athletecism, advanced scoring all over the floor, confident ballhandler, point-guard vision
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GuerrierQuincySF6'7"190Quebec CityQBThetford Academy7/15/18 - High scoring, tough and athletic wing Quincy Guerrier confirmed that his plan is to enroll in college this winter. On Sunday, Guerrier was a man on fire on the offensive end. He's impressed in the past with his ability to get to the rim, rebound and finish in transition but on Sunday it was his lights out jump shooting from deep that had the gym buzzing. Guerrier hit eight of 11 from deep and was simply unstoppable.
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HagansAshtonPG6'3"180CovingtonGANewton
lead-guard, operates well in transition and downhill, creates off the dribble, good court vision and speed, good on-ball defender; not a shooter, force him to be a stationary passer
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HallMalikPF6'7"190Wichita KSSunrise Christian6/14/18 - can defend a variety of positions, a thief, steady and reliable offensive player, low turnover numbers | 7/6/18 - Hall can create his own offense off of the straight-line drive attack, keep the ball moving as a perimeter pass, knock down shots to the perimeter and post his man in the low block.
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HamptonRJPG6'4"170Little ElmTXLittle Elm6/17/18 - scores from all three levels, relentless competitor; needs to develop his body | doesn't impress physically or athletically, can shake defenders laterally, tries to force it at the rim, employs floaters, jumpers, and 3s, not a great passer or defender | 6/22/18 - more developed as a scorer than a point right now, big-bodied point guard | 7/11/18 - Tremendously talented playmaker that is beginning to compete on both ends. | 7/12/18 - A tremendous play-maker - especially around the basket - Hampton, who has been known in the past as a scorer first, was more about creating for others than looking for his own.
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HarmonDe'VionPG6'1"190DentonTXGuyer
6/17/18 - "pressure applier," forces defenses to collapse on downhill drives, uses +7 wingspan to guard all three perimeter positions | 7/10/18 - A tough, physical point guard, Harmon played with energy on both ends of the floor and it was contagious amongst his teammates. He stays in attack mode, has improved as a passer and in his ability to run a team. Perhaps what sticks out the most is the command he has of his team and his effort on defense. Harmon is a lockdown on-ball defender that doesn’t take plays off and he demands that of his teammates as well
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HarrisAnthonyCG6'3"180FairfaxVAPaul VI Catholic7/6/18 - fast paced energy player with an ability to score
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HarrisDominikCG6'4"170TemeculaCARancho Christian
7/27/18 - Gonzaga has a good one in the already committed four-star. He can play some on or off the ball, shoots well from deep, is sneaky good off the bounce and looks like he has the tools to one day be a very high level defender.
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20204HarvellAustinSF6'6"210AthensALClementssolid frame, intelligent, and can shoot from deep
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HarveyZachSG6'4"170TopekaKSHayden7/11/18 - biggest standout of Day 1 Peach Jam; Tremendous potential as a jumbo playmaker that does all of the small things | 7/12/18 - A do-it-all guard who stands over 6-foot-4 but is best used on the basketball, Harvey checks all of the boxes | 7/18/18 - The 6-foot-4 guard was very aggressive driving the ball to the rim, set up teammates for jumpers and played with tremendous energy in a loss. | 7/20/18 - Harvey has been as good as any player that I have seen at the Summer Jam. He absolutely crushed it as a one on one creator and big playmaking guard for the last two days. FELONY SEX CHARGES: https://usatodayhss.com/2018/zach-harvey-top-prospect-child-sex-charge
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20193HillJalenSF6'6"180Las VegasNVClarkversatile - scoring, rebounding, and versatilie defender
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HoggardAJPG6'3"185WaynePAHuntington Prep6/10/18 - big bodied guard, creates space and makes shots, not that quick or powerful, good feel
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2020NRHuffmanGrantSG6'3"165LakewoodOHSt. Edward5/29/18 - Huffman is one of the tougher guards in the class, and at 6-foot-4 he can really score the ball. He also showed pretty decent athleticism, and the ability to break people down off the dribble. Huffman doesn’t get a ton of national publicity yet, but he keeps on improving and has shown significant ability all spring long. | 7/3/18 - high major prospect who combines shot making, toughness, and solid athleticism on the wing
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HunterChaseSG6'3"180AtlantaGAWestlake
7/14/18 - microwave scorer | 7/24/18 - The wing has been able to put points on the board quick using pull up jumpers and athletic finishes in the paint. Lateral quickness makes him a good on ball defender with good anticipation skills when defending off the ball. | 7/27/18 - A tough and competitive guard who has become a better playmaker in recent months, Hunter will first be relied upon for his scoring, a facet of his game that will translate a high level. He is already a solid on-the-ball defender that displays quality competitive traits, and because of his ability to impact the game in a variety of ways his stock has quickly improved.
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HurtMatthewPF6'9"199RochesterMNJohn Marshall (MN)5/29/18 - When he wanted to he went to the post and scored, and then also handled it well on the perimeter and showed ability there. Hurt was too much for anybody to handle, and absolutely dominated every step of the way. 6/26/18 - modern stretch 4, good shooter, scores in a variety of ways - floaters, half-hook, not particularly long or explosive, smart player
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20195IgiehonAidanC6'10"215WoodmereNY
Lawrence Woodmere
6/22/18 - elite physical profile with good length and athletecism, high motor, stretching his game with face-up tools and productivity from the high post | 6/25/18 - rough around the edges, somewhat raw but tough and athletic big man who can really run the floor and tries to dunk anything that he gets his hands on | 7/25/18 - tough, physical, bruising post player that impacts the game on both ends of the court
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20194IwuakorVictorPF6'8"210Sulphur SpringsTXSulphur Springsathletic freak, big time shot blocker | 7/26/18 - Victor Iwuakor is one of the most intimidating rim protectors I’ve seen in recent months. Sculpted big man that lacks the ideal height but makes up for with timing, instincts and quickness.
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20204JacksonIsaiahPF6'9"190DetroitMI
Old Redford Academy
6/14/18 - best as a shot blocker, but he can rebound and pass capably; 6/29/18 - One of the best frontcourt defenders that I have ever had the chance to evaluate, Jackson is the definition of a multi-positional defender. Limited offsensively.
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20194JacksonTrayPF6'8"200DetroitMISunrise Christian6/14/18 - He’s not just a long, interesting lefty who can maybe knock down a 3. Now he has the whole package to be a stretch forward at the next level. | 7/20/18 - tough as they comehttps://www.rockmnation.com/mizzou-basketball-recruiting/2018/6/14/17425410/tray-jackson-missouri-basketball-recruiting
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JamesJosiahPG6'6"198CharlestonSCPorter-Gaud
7/11/18 - Love Josiah James' vision. High-level passer. Jumbo guard with strength. Lot of potential as a multi-positional defender.
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JeffressWilliamSF6'6"195EriePACathedral Prep10/8/18 - A 6-foot-6 forward that can play a variety of positions
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JeffriesDJSF6'7"185Olive BranchMSOlive Branch7/3/18 - He can eventually be a knock-down shooter with great size and athleticism; will thrive in a secondary role at Kentucky - could become an NBA shooter
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JohnsonDavidCG6'5"170LouisvilleKYTrinity
7/21/18 - 2019 guard David Johnson is a really solid basketball player. Impressed with his feel, ability to pass & vision. Can score it too.
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20214JohnsonIsaacC6'11"210American ForkUTAmerican ForkReclassified due to 2 year Mormon Mission 7/26/18 - Impressive blend of size and shooting. Has some sneaky toughness and straight line athleticism too. Unique frontcourt guy in 2019 | 7/27/18 - He hit timely 3s, finished at the basket thanks to his sneaky athleticism, and made the appropriate read and play out of the mid- and high-post settings on the floorhttps://www.sltrib.com/sports/high-school-sports/2018/06/19/american-forks-isaac-johnson-is-among-nations-top-basketball-recruits-and-hes-only-a-sophomore/
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JohnsonJalenSF6'8"215Sun PrairieWISun Prairie7/18/18 - These two colts have size, they have skill, they have a great feel for the game and they seem to be all about team. Either could go and be the man demanding 20 shots a game but they play on a very good team and take turns making shots from deep (Baldwin) and doing a little bit of everything, especially passing in the case of Johnson.
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JohnsonKDPG6'1"170DecaturGASouthwest Dekalb7/11/18 - Playing with Atlanta-based Game Elite Black, Johnson is emerging as a big-time athlete and relentless point guard who attacks on both ends. He can score at the rim, pushes things in transition and appears to be primed to emerge as one of the top 2020 guards in the Southeast.
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20204JohnsonKeonSG6'5"180Bell BuckleTNThe Webb School6/14/18 - A super athletic 6-foot-5 shooting guard
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20193JonesKaiC 6'10"205WolfeboroNHBrewster Academy6/14/18 - can run the floor, massive wingspan, shot blocker, good touch, offensive potential | 7/14/18 - Emering power forward Kai Jones had some impressive moments this morning. Long, active, athletic & has potential on offensive end. He's 30 pounds away, but when he gets it, it'll be scary.
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