Class of 2018 6-foot-7 200lb versatile forward RJ Barrett, ranked #1 per 247Sports, is on his official visit to Duke this weekend (September 15th-17th). It is always a daunting task for any coach to land the #1 prospect in the country as competition is fierce. Duke fans are salivating at the possibility that Coach K
Class of 2018 Robert Kendrick is a 6’2″ 180lbs Combo Guard who has really started to put himself on small to mid-major Division 1 recruiting boards. The Velma Jackson High School (Jackson, Mississippi) is the definition of a utility guard. The kid seems to be able to do it all. On film, he seems to
Buzz Williams has really worked hard on helping make Virginia Tech a contender within the ACC and nationally. Williams has always had the reputation of being a relentless recruiter. He and his staff have always had the ability to genuinely connect with recruits making them feel comfortable wherever he has been the head man. Virginia
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
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
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
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.
It seems like many players on Team Loaded NC (Jayden Gardner and Landers Nolley) helped raise their stock this summer on the Adidas Circuit. Next up to talk about from Team Loaded NC is Trey Wertz. Trey is a Class of 2018 6’5″ 180lbs combo guard from Charlotte, North Carolina who plays his high school
Lately, class of 2018 forward Javian Fleming has turned himself from a mid-major to major prospect. Many SEC schools have taken notice with offering the 6’9″, 230lbs powerful forward. Javian is an old school power forward who plays efficiently under the rim. The first comparison that came to mind was Zach Randolph. He reminds me