OTRHoops Tournaments


#AtlantaInvitational - The Future - June 15, 2015

   Georgia Red Storm battled back after being down each game to move on to the championship. Photo Cred: Kemi Griffin Stackhouse Elite  Jamir Chaplin & Kyle Sturdivaint are the heart & soul of this team with their scoring ability and leadership, but let’s not forget the supporting cast in twin brothers Matthew & Brian Gonzalo. The two brothers put pressure on defenses and open the floor up with their shooting ability and deceptive speed with the ball. Stackhouse Elite will be a dominant force the rest of this summer, keep an......

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#AtlantaInvitational - Kyle Sturdivant has next - June 12, 2015

Stackhouse Elite guard Kyle Sturdivant was one of the most talked about players at the Atlanta Invitational. Photo Cred: Willie Evans I don’t watch much middle school basketball for evaluation purposes, maybe once or twice a year when there is a collection of players that are supposed to be heads above the rest usually in a camp setting.  This weekends action at the On the Radar Hoops Atlanta Invitational was well worth my time.  It’s tough evaluating young talent due to the fact that its hard to predict where a player will......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Bledsoe Ice - June 9, 2015

Bledsoe Ice guard Triston Chambers shot the lights out in the first session of the Sweet 16. Photo Cred – Willie Evans Session I of the Sweet 16 was loaded with talent across the board, Bledsoe Ice was no exception. From their first game Friday night until their last on Sunday, coaches filled the baseline to see this team and watch these college prospects play together. Micah Fuller Fuller was one of the best players on the court every game. His combination of quick moves and quick midrange jumper was tough for......

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#Sweet16: Underclassmen Standouts - May 5, 2015

South Georgia Kings guard Zion Williams was one of the top scorers at the Sweet 16 Session II. Photo Cred: Courtney Davis Zion Williams – 5’8 – PG – South Georgia Kings The young guard scored the ball in bunches. Knocked down the long ball every game while putting pressure on bigs when he got in the painted area. The 15 year old played up to 16U and gave Charlotte Aces 38 points Noah Burroughs – 5’10 – Guard – Alabama Basketball Academy The ABA PG shot the ball at a high......

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#Sweet16 - Video Footage - April 29, 2015

College coaches were packed along the baseline taking in the action at the Sweet 16, here is a look at some notable names. Photo Cred: Courtney Davis The Sweet 16 proved to be an overwhelming success and the premier spot for teams in the Southeast to receive exposure during the first NCAA evaluation period. College coaches from over 70 college and universities attended the event that was held in gyms throughout the Atlanta area. As a result a number of prospects received new interest and offers after the event ended. Here is......

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#Sweet16SII - Top performers - April 29, 2015

Ebuka Izundu showed why he is one of the top available post in the country over the weekend at the  Sweet 16 Session II. Photo Cred: Courtney Davis Spring basketball is in full effect as teams from across the country packed into McEachern High School for the Sweet 16 Session II this past weekend. The April tournament gave us an early look at which players are poised for big seasons on the circuit. Here is a look at some of the top performers this past weekend. Andrew Gordon – 6’10 – Team Speights......

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#Sweet16 - Arkansas Wings fly above the rest

The Arkansas Wings 16U won the Platinum Division at the first session of the Sweet 16. Photo Cred: Willie Evans The Arkansas Wings Elite 16U showed up at the Sweet 16 in Atlanta over the weekend and treated it like the business trip it was.  The Wings used a swarming press along with being relentless on the glass to capture yesterdays title in 16U Platinum Division with a 52-49 over fellow Nike sponsored team the Alabama Challenge.  This young Wings team is well coached and boast plenty of future Division I talent......

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#Sweet16: Day Two Bigs - April 15, 2015

Georgia Kings forward Davion Thomas caught the attention of many programs in attendance. Photo Cred: Ty Freeman Day two at the On The Radar Hoops Sweet 16 Session I meant more teams, more players.  The action tipped off bright and early with  the first game being played at 8am.  The Live Period brought out coaches from all over the country to Atlanta to evaluate prospects.  Coaches have roster spots to fill so the barrage of questions about players abilities come non stop.  The one thing in recruiting that will most certainly get a coaches......

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#Sweet16: Recruiting Recap - April 15, 2015

Currently ranked No. 50 in the BrandonClayScouting.com ELITE 100, class of 2016 center Raekwon Long picked up new interest at the OTR #Sweet16. Photo cred – Jon Lopez/Nike The Sweet 16 proved to be an overwhelming success and the premier spot for teams in the Southeast to receive exposure during the first NCAA evaluation period. College coaches from over 70 college and universities attended the event that was held in gyms throughout the Atlanta area. As a result a number of prospects received new interest and offers after the event ended. Here......

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#Sweet16: Day 1 Recap - April 14, 2015

Dwayne Brown was tabbed one of the biggest stock risers at the first session of the Sweet 16. Photo Cred: Courtney Davis Friday afternoon marked the start of the Spring Live Period in which Division I college coaches can get out on the road and evaluate prospects.  Tournaments were kicking off all over the country with the most popular being the shoe company sponsored events, but one must not look over lesser known events and today in Atlanta the action was at the On the Radar Hoops Sweet 16 Session I. Impressive......

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