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Walking Away Impressed: John Wall Invitational

2024 6’5 Billy Richmond (Camden): Richmond came in ranked as a Top-100 type talent but after getting a first-hand view of him in action, I walked away incredibly impressed and having a feeling that he will be getting a bump from many national outlets.  Shortly after that, Richmond walked away with an offer from Kentucky… the 6’5 prospect was flying high, finishing effortlessly at the rim,...

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“Quote-ables” from Day 3 at The John Wall

By: Evan Rogers The third day of the John Wall Holiday Invitational featured a number of high-stakes contests. Here’s a look at some of the noteworthy players and some insight on their performances.  2024 Zion Walker (The Burlington School) In The Burlington School’s win over Raleigh Christian Academy, the Spartans’ grit was on full display. Behind the physical play of their lead guard,...

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John Wall Day 1 Standouts

6’9 2023 Torey Alston (Winston-Salem Christian) The Sam Houston State commit led the way for Winston-Salem Christian in their opening round win. While the game was close at half, Alston made his presence felt, scoring 14 of his 20 points in the second half. Although he led the game in scoring, Alston is a difference maker on the defensive end. He guards multiple positions, protects the rim, and...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from John Wall Invitational (Day 1) (Part 2)

2024 Dylan Harper (Don Bosco): Coming into the event, Harper was going to be a big-time target for so many and he showed why he is one in front of HM coaches surrounding the baseline. When you watch Harper operate, he makes the game look effortless on the court, playing at a terrific, methodical pace, reading the floor well, picking his spots and attacking, using his body well to get out in...

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