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#OTRHoopsReport - Available Seniors from the Georgia Challenge - September 26, 2014

Prospects from Georgia and around the region received valuable exposure last weekend while competing at the Georgia Challenge presented by OntheRadarHoops.com. Photo cred – Ty Freeman On the advantages that the OntheRadarHoops.com Georgia Challenge provides is for seniors to get exposure before the high school season begins. With over 30 college coaches in the building last Saturday afternoon, prospects were able to show their abilities are garner interest moving into the high school season. Here are a few notable seniors who were in the building on Saturday afternoon. By: @OntheRadarHoops Jonesboro High School......

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#OTRHoopsReport - Georgia Challenge Headliners - September 23, 2014

With several offers already under his belt, class of 2015 post Trey Kalina of Marietta, Ga., is poised for a big senior year. Photo cred – Ty Freeman/OTR DULUTH, Ga. – The Georgia Challenge presented by On the Radar Hoops is the place to be to  face the region’s top talent and getting great exposure. This year over 100 high school prospects packed into Joe Marelle Gymnasium at Duluth High School to make a name for themselves. Here are several players who lived up to their reputations last weekend. Top Talent Take the Georgia Challenge......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Spring Showcase Recap Part II - April 11, 2014

Isiah Greer drove his way into the attention of several college coaches at the Spring Showcase. *Photo by Nakita Hemingway Atlanta, Ga. – Here are a few more names that stood above the rest from the Spring Showcase presented by OntheRadarHoops.com. This post high school season event is the perfect opportunity for the unsigned seniors to get noticed and for young players to gain notoriety. By: @JLHemingwayPSB Undoubtedly one of the big stock risers of the event was Isiah Greer of Banneker High School. The 6-foot-5 left-handed guard showed his ability to......

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#OTRHoopsReport - CoachHemi.com Feature Performers Part II - April 5, 2014

Jy’lan Washington showed his potential at the CoachHemi.com Showcase in March. *Photo by Nakita Hemingway Murfreesboro, Tenn. – The CoachHemi.com Showcase provided a great opportunity for over 40 local players get exposure to a national scouting service and multiple local schools. Players worked within skill sessions and competed on live-streamed games. Several players improved their games and gained college interest in early March. Here is a look back at a few of the top performers that competed at the showcase. By: @JLHemingwayPSB 2014 CoachHemi.com Showcase Recap Part II  FEATURE PLAYERS Jy’lan Washington......

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OTRHoopsReport: Available Senior Report - April 1, 2014

McKinley Brown is looking towards the future after the Spring Showcase. *Photo by Nakita Hemingway Available Senior Report OTRHoopsReport.com National Evaluator Jonathan Hemingway tabbed Elijah Weems of Marietta, Ga. as the biggest stock riser of the 2013-14 season.  This 6-foot-3 combo-guard had an outstanding year which led to a year-long offensive outburst. He can create his offense off the dribble as well hit the jumper from long-range.  Weems had multiple 30 point performances this season and thus caught the attention of schools such as College of Charleston, Florida Atlantic, UNC-Ashville, Winthrop, and......

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#OTRHoopsReport - Elijah Weems In Focus - March 28, 2014

Editor’s Note: “In Focus” is a feature of OntheRadarHoops.com to give readers an in depth view of notable basketball players from around the state of Georgia. *Photo by Nakita Hemingway By: @JLHemingwayPSB Occasionally the world of basketball will find a player who does it the right way and is rewarded. That is impression that we got when we talked with Elijah Weems of Walton High School. He is a young man that followed the formula of hard work and persistence that eventually paid off both individually and for his team. His senior......

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#OTRHoopsReport - Post Play from the Spring Showcase - March 27, 2014

Ramses Sandifer was one of many post players who stood out at the Spring Showcase last weekend. *Photo by Nakita Hemingway Atlanta, Ga. – The Spring Showcase at Oglethorpe University was a great opportunity for uncommitted players to show their specialties. In the game of basketball, there never seems to be enough big men available. Several senior post players received attention on Saturday afternoon.  Here is a look at a few of the names who stood out. SENIOR POST PLAY College programs are always looking for players with size; there were many......

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#OTRHoopsReport - Seniors Shine at Spring Showcase - March 26, 2014

McKinley Brown helped St. Francis to a state championship this year and should help a college program next season. *Photo by Nakita Hemingway Atlanta, Ga. – The first day of spring already is already in our rearview mirror. For people around the game of basketball that means preparation for the spring travel season.  However, for uncommitted high school seniors it means that is time to make a decision on a college home. The On the Radar Hoops Spring Showcase provided the perfect stage for many regional players to display their skills to......

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#OTRHoopsReport - Spring Showcase Recap I - March 25, 2014

Trey Williams drove his way into the attention of college coaches this weekend. *Photo by Nakita Hemingway Academic Excellence Numerous Division III programs attend On the Radar Hoops Spring Showcase this weekend and there were a number of high academic prospects that left impressions with these coaches.  Senior forward Trey Williams of Atlanta, Georgia, showcased the ability to attack the basket going right to get to the rim. He consistently knocked down jumpers from 15 feet in. Jayson Snearl took advantage of the stage after missing half of the season due to......

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#OTRHoopsReport: In Focus with Eric Hamilton - Oct. 28, 2013

Editor’s Note: “In Focus” is a regular piece designed to give readers an in depth view of notable basketball players from around the country. By: @JLHemingwayPSB Each year there is a player that takes the college scouts by surprise on the summer circuit.  This year it was Eric Hamilton of Duluth, Ga. who solidified himself as a four-star prospect during the summer months.  Hamilton who recently transferred to Duluth High School for his senior year did not play in the previous season, but that has not prevented his recruitment from taking off......

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