Brandon Walker

Q & A with 2019 Jonesboro (GA) Combo Guard Brandon Walker

Brandon Walker, is a 6-foot-2 combo guard from Jonesboro (GA) High School. On September 23rd, we were able to see Walker at Big Shots Top 100 Southeast event in Rock Hill, SC. We liked how Walker utilized screens as the primary ball-handler making smart decisions. Walker is also a flat out shooter that you cannot

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Taylor Trudeau

2019 1 Family Hoops Guard Taylor Trudeau Talks Recruiting

Taylor Trudeau, a Class of 2019 6-foot-3 guard from Mount Dora Christian (FL) Academy caught up with us at Basketball Society to discuss his recruiting trail. Although Trudeau hasn’t picked up any offers at the moment, he has taken unofficial visits to North Florida and Stetson. He broke down each visit. North Florida-“North Florida has

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Christ (NC) School vs Spartanburg (SC) Day

Christ (NC) School vs Spartanburg (SC) Day Takeaways

On Tuesday night, we had a great matchup to help kick off the high school basketball season with Christ (NC) School vs Spartanburg (SC) Day. Spartanburg Day traveled to Arden, North Carolina to take on the Christ School Greenies. This matchup was highly anticipated since two of the best high school basketball athletes faced off,

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2020 Players

Basketball Society’s Class of 2020 Players to Watch

With high school basketball season about to be fully underway, we have a list of players to watch in the class of 2020. These sophomores have already started to cement a name for themselves in the recruiting world. RJ Hampton– A 6-foot-5 point guard from Little Elm (TX) High School is being considered as the

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Class of 2019

Basketball Society’s Class of 2019 Players to Watch

With high school basketball season about to be fully underway, we have a list of players to watch in the class of 2019. These are players that are mostly already known by now in the recruiting world but have a good chance of improving their stock while climbing the ranking boards. Zimife Nwokeji– A 6-f00t-7

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Jaquan Harris

Class of 2022 Jaquan Harris is a Future Star

Jaquan Harris, a 6-foot-3 point guard from St. Patrick’s (NJ) middle school caught our eye at BASKETBALL SOCIETY while watching him play at the Tri-State Classic in the Bronx, New York. Harris was playing for his Class of 2022 AAU team, the New Jersey (We R 1) Bulldogs when we went to discover any up and coming

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Jason Harris

Q&A with 2020 Five-Star Forward Jason Harris

Jason Harris, a 6-foot-8 forward from Higley (AZ) High School has already proven to be one of the top players in the Class of 2020. According to ESPN, Harris is the No. 10 player overall for the Class of 2020 and the No. 2 player in the state of Arizona. Harris was a participant for the

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Big Shots

Basketball Society’s Top Performers at Big Shots Top 100 Southeast Event

On Sept. 23, we at Basketball Society had the pleasure of covering Big Shots Top 100 Southeast event in Rock Hill, South Carolina. The event was held at York Comprehensive (SC) High alongside ESPN’s National Director of Recruiting and player rankings, Paul Biancardi. Here are Basketball Society’s top performers from the event. @PaulBiancardi doing some 4 on

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Mitchell Robinson

Why is Everyone Bashing Mitchell Robinson?

Former Class of 2017 top 10 recruit, Mitchell Robinson, has left Western Kentucky for the second time that Scout first reported. Since it was reported last night, there has been a lot of backlash of his decision. One high-ranking NBA exec on Mitchell Robinson: “He’s a huge red flag. … and I’m not sure he’s

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Mitchell Robinson

Mitchell Robinson Leaves Western Kentucky Yet Again

Former Class of 2017 high school star Mitchell Robinson, has left Western Kentucky yet again. His decision was made based on wanting to focus his efforts on training for the upcoming 2018 NBA Draft. Robinson told “I’ve decided to leave Western Kentucky and just focus on next year’s NBA Draft. I want to thank

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