High School Basketball

Three of the Hottest Names in High School Basketball Recruiting

With the second evaluation period for coaches underway, offers continue to pile up in the High School Basketball recruiting world. With all of the big time AAU tournaments around the country producing talent right and left. We at Basketball Society want to bring three of the hottest names on the market right now to your

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Jayden Gardner

Jayden Gardner of Team Loaded NC is rolling through the Mid-Major offers

Team Loaded NC is an elite level AAU program that seems to produce consistent Division 1 talent. We decided to catch up their star Power Forward, Jayden Gardner. Jayden is a 6’7″, 230lbs forward who is the definition of a walking double-double. He is a native of Durham, North Carolina that plays his high school

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Dontrell Shuler

Unsigned Class of 2018 Combo Guard Dontrell Shuler Shines at Adidas Gauntlet Finale

When I hear the last name Shuler, my first thought is basketball family. There’s DJ, Dontae, Donnella, Donnesha, Dominic, Devontae, and Dontrell. No matter male or female if you have had to come across these names, you know all of them were All-State caliber players. We recently featured Devontae Shuler and his capability of becoming the next

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Marvin Bagley III

Marvin Bagley reportedly looking to reclassify to Class of 2017

A few days ago, we broke down the dynamics of Zion Williamson and  Marvin Bagley III, as they battle it out for the top two positions of the Class of 2018. It looks like Marvin has his sights set on bigger dreams than a senior year of high school basketball. A source close to CBS reporter Gary

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Deuce Dean

Deuce Dean 2019 PG Cracks Rivals Top 100

A couple of weeks ago we published an article on an underrated high school basketball player. That player was point guard Deuce Dean class of 2019. The Columbia, South Carolina native has been making a lot of noise on the national level with Team Loaded NC this summer. We mentioned that Deuce is a 6’4″ 180lbs

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Marvin Bagley III

Class of 2018: Marvin Bagley III vs. Zion Williamson

Zion Williamson seems to be the hottest name for the Class of 2018. With all of the media coverage and attention, why isn’t he ranked no. 1 for the class of ’18? One name, Marvin Bagley III. Marvin is a 6’10”, 220lbs forward who has the skills of a guard. He seems to be gaining

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Zion Williamson

How does Zion Williamson translate on the next level?

Even if you aren’t a basketball fan, through social media you have most likely come across Zion Williamson. The high-flying athletic small forward for the Class of 2018 who looks like he is physically mature enough for the NBA. His in-game dunk videos make the NBA Slam Dunk contest look like amateurs are taking over the

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Deuce Dean

Deuce Dean could be a diamond in the rough for Class of ’19

The recruiting world is a tricky one. Think about it: you have thousands of young players playing across black tops, high school tournaments, AAU tournaments, and anywhere a basket can be posted. This presents finding every possible college level talent a difficult one. There are 351 Division 1 schools alone, which means every year you

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High School Basketball

High School Basketball: Underrated Prospects of the 2017 Class

High School basketball is on the rise.  Thanks to social media outlets, it has become easier to watch future college stars show out in high school basketball. Fans could have an early sense of how future prospects play the game without even waiting for college. Plus, the energy in high school basketball can be just

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Lonzo Ball

The Hate for LiAngelo, LaMelo, and Lonzo Ball needs to stop

The Ball brothers are the best show in America.  In case you don’t know them, they are three brothers who have become sensations in the basketball community. Lonzo Ball, the eldest is at UCLA and is projected to be a top 5 draft pick. LiAngelo and LaMelo are in high school and have also committed

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