Myles Tate, a 6’0″ 155lbs Combo Guard, who plays his High School basketball at Dorman (Spartanburg, South Carolina), which is one of the biggest public schools in all of South Carolina. Myles has started at Point Guard for the varsity club since his 8th-grade year. He even helped lead Dorman to 4A State Championship last
The 2019 Game Elite AAU team has been identified as a “Dream Team” on the AAU level no matter the age group. The 16U team this Summer even played up on the 17U circuit and dominated. With all the attention and being labeled the number one AAU team no matter the circuit, we were able
Class of 2018 Houston Defenders point guard, PJ Byrd is set to make his commitment tonight at 7 pm CT, 8 pm ET. The 6’1″ 170lbs is an electrifying point guard who innately has a pass-first mentality. PJ is an excellent on-ball defender with quick hands that leads to many steals and transition points. He has
With Marvin Bagley III reclassifying to the Class of 2017 and committing to Duke, we all know he has been on top of the High School Basketball world. Even with reclassifying, Marvin became the number one recruit for the Class of 2017 beating out Michael Porter Jr. The thing is Marvin isn’t the only one
Class of 2018 Basketball Society Top 25 RJ Barrett SF 6’7″ 200lbs Montverde (FL) Zion Williamson SF 6’7″ 230lbs Spartanburg Day School (SC) Cameron Reddish SF
If you’re looking for a classic big man with a spice of how basketball is revolutionizing for the big man, DJ Burns is your guy. DJ is a Class of 2019 6’9″ 250lbs Forward/Center who plays his high school basketball at York Prep (Rock Hill, South Carolina) is a force down low. DJ possesses great
It seems that many recruiting sites all agree in having Brandon Slater in their Top 50. The 6’6″ 195lbs Wing is hard to classify as a shooting guard or a small forward due to his versatility. The Centreville, Virginia native has really made a name for himself on the EYBL circuit with Team Takeover (D.C.).
With the landscape-changing news that Marvin Bagley III will reclassify to the Class of 2017 and commit to Duke, this allows RJ Barrett and Zion Williamson to have a 1-2 battle for the Class of 2018. The term I have paired with Marvin Bagley III is a generational player. Many people feel the same about RJ
It seems like everyone in the basketball world is waiting for the 11 PM Sportscenter announcement tonight to see where Marvin Bagley III will commit to and if he reclassifies. Bagley III is a generational type of player standing at 6’10”-6’11” 220lbs and can even be classified as a wing with his skill set. I
Class of 2018 stretch forward Colin Castleton might be the biggest name going unranked for his class. Colin is a 6’11” 215lbs power forward who has the capability of stretching the floor. Last year at Father Lopez (Daytona Beach, Florida) he averaged 23 points per game, 11 rebounds per game, and 5.4 blocks per game.