Oshae Brissett

Oshae Brissett Scouting Report

School: Syracuse Year: Sophomore Height/Weight: 6’8, 210 lbs Strengths: Oshae Brissett is a tremendous athlete who is at his best playing aggressive and attacking the rim. His height and wingspan make him a great fit on the wing in Jim Boeheim’s 2-3 zone, and also allows him to comfortably shoot jumpers over smaller opponents. He

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Admiral Schofield

Admiral Schofield Scouting Report

School: Tennessee Year: Senior Height/Weight: 6’6, 241 lbs   Strengths: Admiral Schofield is a beast. He’s one of the more physical players you will ever see in college basketball. His size enables him to defend multiple positions, he could realistically defend the 2-4 positions at the next level. Schofield can defend both on the perimeter and in the

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What We’ve Learned From Each Atlantic 10 Team Early In The Season

After nearly two weeks of Atlantic 10 basketball, enthusiasm is low on the potential for this conference. Three teams remain defeated and most teams have already suffered a bad loss on their tournament resume. Davidson, St. Joseph’s, and Saint Louis still look like potential NCAA Tournament teams, but the rest of the conference remains unpredictable.

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Grant Williams

Grant Williams Scouting Report

School: Tennessee Year: Junior Height/Weight: 6’7, 236 lbs   Strengths: The reigning SEC player of the year has many strengths in his offensive game. Williams mostly operates on the blocks and short corners. He is very physical and seems to always get a good post-up position for an entry pass by using his big body and spinning off

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Cameron Johnson

Cameron Johnson Scouting Report

School: North Carolina Year: Senior Height/ Weight: 6’9, 210 lbs   Strengths:  Cam Johnson is a professional shooter; Averaging 18.3 points and 6.7 rebounds so far this year. He’s shooting an absurd 71% from the three point line so far and 59% from the field this season. A potential dark-horse for the ACC Player of the year, his fluent shooting is the reason

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Kamar Baldwin

Kamar Baldwin Scouting Report

School: Butler Year: Junior Height/Weight: 6’1, 195 lbs   Strengths: Kamar Baldwin prides himself on his defense and rightfully so. He’s one of the best defensive guards in the nation without a doubt. We are hard-pressed to call Kamar Baldwin as good of a defender as Khyri Thomas from last year, but he’s in that discussion. He’s listed

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Markus Howard

Markus Howard Scouting Report

School: Marquette Year: Junior Height/Weight: 5’11, 174 lbs   Strengths:  Markus Howard is a baller and we can say that confidently. He is one of the best in the nation at scoring the rock and that’s the most appealing part of his game. He does such an excellent job of creating his own shot and barely needs any

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Myles Stephens Reaches 1,000 Career Points in Princeton Opening Win

Myles Stephens scored 21 points and crossed the 1,000 point career mark in an overpowering Princeton win against Division III DeSales 85-51 on Friday night. Princeton 78, DeSales 46 | 6:48 2ndThere it is! Myles Stephens becomes the 35th member of the 1,000 point club. Congrats Myles! Watch – https://t.co/xEKux6Aa2n #TigerUp #MakeShots pic.twitter.com/dPMwzgpaXP — Princeton

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Brandon Williams

Brandon Williams Scouting Report

School: Arizona Year: Freshman Height/Weight: 6’2, 190   Strengths: Brandon Williams is a professional scorer who has the ability to not only create his own shot, but also get to his spots to distribute at a high rate as well. His agility when slashing to the basket helps him draw a lot of fouls on opponents when

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Princeton Tigers

2018-2019 Season Preview: Princeton Tigers

After going unbeaten in Ivy League play in the 2016-2017 season, the Princeton Tigers had a rough going last year, finishing 5-9 in conference play and 13-16 overall while allowing the most points in program history. They lost a handful of games in the worst way, finishing 1-4 in overtime during conference play. The Tigers

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