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Bendel’s Best: Summer Havoc (Part Two) As stated in our previous edition of Bendel’s Best: Summer Havoc, there were dozens of the most intriguing teams and prospects in the southeast on display in Spartanburg this past week. Scholarships were handed out and that is the goal, above all else. If you missed part one, click here… 6’3 ’20 Tyler McKinney (Team Vision-NC) Productivity is...read more
Year after year, the stage is set at Phenom’s Summer Havoc for breakouts to take place. This year is no different as 60 or so coaches lined the baseline for the three game sets. It was great, players played great and offers were handed out…first offers even. This is typical of Phenom’s Summer Havoc, but here are the guys from night one who should see their first offers come, this week. 6’6” 2020...read more
6’7” 2019 Marlow Gilmore is good for at least one “Oh My Gracious” moment per half. The long and incredibly bounce lefty has jaw-dropping type athleticism that has him finishing furiously above the rim or pinning a shot at the top of the square, regularly. This explosion, this incredible pop in his game is what opens eyes about Gilmore, these plays. But what gets him on the floor at the next...read more
It does not matter how accomplished of a basketball coach you are, you cannot teach 6’10” with a 7’2” wing span…That is something you are born with. 2019 prospect David Elien was born with an incredible basketball frame as these are his dimensions. He is a natural run and jump athlete who possesses natural timing on the defensive end. Everything about Elien, and his game, fits exactly with the...read more
It was only a matter of time before 6’2” 2020 Jajuan Carr picked up his first offer. On June 15, Carr picked up an offer from East Carolina University, a big first offer as they are considered a “Power 6” program in the American Atlantic Conference, the conference that broke off from the Big East a couple years ago and has programs such as UConn, Wichita St, Cincinnati, SMU, Memphis, etc…in the...read more