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Jalen Johnson is one of the most sought after players in the country ... His attendance during the Live Period at the NBPA Top 100 Camp proved just that ... Johnson showed out for everyone in attendance. Here are some of his RAW Highlights from the camp.read more
Phenom Hoops’ Low Country Showcase continues to be a January staple in Charleston, South Carolina, and this field might be the best collection of talent yet. The slate is littered with noteworthy contests from top to bottom, but the most anticipated matchup will be between CJ Felder and Josiah James, as Sumter versus Porter Gaud will conclude the evening with a flurry of highlight plays. Though...read more
Heritage IJN: 6’2 ’20 Uziel Muteba The lead guard arguably enjoyed his best all-around performance of the season, as he was able to control the offense—primarily from beyond the three-point arc. He was able to knock down multiple attempts from the perimeter, but still showed his ability to enter the paint and make plays. Muteba has continually improved his overall feel for the game and should be...read more
Finally… I can check it off the list that I attended the annual ‘DC National Hoopfest.’ I’ve heard SO much about this event for the last several years but never had the opportunity to go and watch due to my own college basketball career. This past Saturday, it felt pretty surreal to walk into the historic Wooten gymnasium on DeMatha Catholic High School’s campus and prepare for media...read more
Indiana Top 80 Evaluations (Matthew Qualters) Team 8 Coach: Don Bowling #11: 5’11 ’19 Tyrus Bever (Covington Community HS, Covington, IN) Starting things off, we look at a player with a lot of speeds and the ability to command the court, Tyrus Bever. He’s an extremely skilled point guard who possesses the quickness to get to the rim. While his quickness is one of his best traits, he is an...read more
6’8” 2019 Jalen Johnson of Emmerich Manual HS (Indianapolis) All of the coaches and all of the scouts in attendance quickly fell for Johnson. As early as the skills and drills portion, he was giving all out performances. Each station, he would show something new in, drop stops, jump shots, moving his feet, etc…Once the games started and he knocked out a 36-point performance in game one, it was...read more