Bronny James

The Decision Part Four: Bronny James Commits to Crossroads

Bronny James has finally put an end to all of the speculation surrounding the second most anticipated decision in the basketball world this summer. The 14-year old basketball sensation has decided to take his talents to Santa Monica Crossroads in California per TMZ Sports. Many thought that Bronny would attend Sierra Canyon High School in

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LeBron “Regrets” Giving Son Bronny His Name

LeBron James Jr. aka “Bronny” has been receiving all of the hype this summer. He led his team the North Coast Blue Chips to a USBA National Championship with some of the most stellar performances of the summer. Much like his father basketball fans are getting the chance to see Bronny blossom right before our

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Bryan Antoine

2019 G Bryan Antoine cites Duke, Villanova as most aggressive suitors

Class of 2019 wings Scottie Lewis and Bryan Antoine are two of the most sought-after prospects in their class. The pair is an ultra-dynamic tandem for the Ranney School in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and if some college programs have their way, they might even continue playing together at the next level. Antoine and Lewis

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Drew Lowder

Drew Lowder: Meet Michigan’s Future at Point Guard

If you’re born in Ann Arbor, most probably you’d want to call the University of Michigan your alma mater. Ask –as if it was necessary– Drew Lowder, the leading Junior point guard of Pioneer High School and 2019-class prospect. AA born and raised, Lowder is poised to make a run at Michigan’s hoops scene, and

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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 Scout.com: “I’ve decided to leave Western Kentucky and just focus on next year’s NBA Draft. I want to thank

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Jalen Cone

PrepHoops NC Class of 2020 No. 2 Player Jalen Cone is Turning Heads

Class of 2020 5’11” 155lbs Point Guard Jalen Cone is already turning heads in the recruiting world. The Kernersville, North Carolina product who plays his AAU with Team Loaded NC is a do-it-all point guard already. He already is a great penetrator who uses his passing ability and court vision to set his teammates up.

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Robert Kendrick

2018 Guard Robert Kendrick is Hungry for More Division 1 Attention

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

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Myles Tate

Q&A with PrepHoops SC Class of 2020 No. 1 Player Myles Tate

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

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Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech Could Shake Up ACC with Potential 2018 Class

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

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