OTRHoops Tournaments


#OTRHoopsReport: Sweet 16 Session II Rundown -May 7, 2018

Over 100 College Coaches were in attendance for the Sweet 16 Session II.  Atlanta, Ga – All eyes were on big names such as Diante Smith, Mayoum Mayoum, and Austin Harvell over the last live period weekend at On the Radar Hoops Sweet 16; however there were more efficient prospects that made positive trends in regards to their recruitment as well. Bringing in some of the best non-shoe sponsored teams to the peach state capital is something On the Radar Hoops is known for and it’s always intriguing to find new players......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Sweet 16 Session II Notebook -May 4, 2018

Austin Harvell made a name for himself this spring at the On the Radar Hoops Sweet 16.  Atlanta, Ga – The second stop of our Sweet Sixteen spring evaluation series was a star-studded event that brought out the likes of Roy Williams, Tom Izzo, Rick Barnes, and Tom Crean to name a few. Below we examine a couple standouts from session II. By: @HypesouthMedia 6-6 PG, Josiah James, 2019, TMP James was clearly the best player on hand this weekend. His superior basketball-IQ set him apart from the rest. The south-paw floor......

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OTR SWEET 16 SESSION II - ON THE RADAR - MAY 4, 2018

POWDER SPRINGS, Georgia – The second edition of the OTR Sweet 16 featured some of the nation’s most pursued prospects. National media such as Eric Bossi from Rivals.com and Andrew Slater of The Athletic were on hand to report on the action. In our first recap of the weekend, we take a look back at which prospects improved their stock the most. By: @JLHemingwayPSB #OTRSweet16 📈Stock-Up ‘19 Ishan White (@tmpbasketball) ‘19 Christopher Boggs (@PSBelite) ‘19 Jadakiss Soto (@TeamSpeights5) ‘20 Christian Shaneyfelt (SEBA) ‘20 Samon Ruzhentsev (GA Stars) ‘19 Jonathan Lawrence (Q6 All-Stars)https://t.co/o9z1G1Ara5 pic.twitter.com/CpWP1gtUWf —......

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OTRSweet16 Session II - STAR POWERED WEEKEND - May 2, 2018

POWDER SPRINGS, Georgia – The second edition of the OTR Sweet 16 featured some of the nation’s most pursued prospects. National media such as Eric Bossi from Rivals.com and Andrew Slater of The Athletic were on hand to report on the action. In our first recap of the weekend, we take a look back at which prospects had the most buzz coming in and out of the weekend. #OTRSweet16 Stars of the weekend ‘19 Josiah James (@tmpbasketball) ‘19 Diante Smith (Showtime Hoops) ‘21 Jaden Harris (GA Stars) ‘19 Caleb Mills (@PSBelite) ‘20......

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OTRSweet16 - STAR PREVIEW - April 26, 2018

Session II of the OTR Sweet 16 takes place this weekend in the Greater Atlanta area. Check the Schedule HERE. Below is a quick peak at a few of the players who will have the attention of college coaches this weekend. By: @JLHemingwayPSB Diante Smith Battle For The Rankings Alumni 2019 Diante Smith 6’6 SG | Choctaw (FL) has officially blown up at @OntheRadarHoops. Picking up numerous HM offers. @D5SHOW. Throwback footage below. https://t.co/pZaMwiIaug — BAMAMIXTAPE (@BAMAMIXTAPE) April 23, 2018 TEAM: Showtime Hoops CLASS of 2019 POSITION: Wing HEIGHT: 6-6 RECRUITING: Picked up offers......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Sweet 16 Session I Notebook - April 26, 2018

Several players stood out above the rest in the first session of the Sweet 16 Session I.  Atlanta, Ga. – The Sweet 16 Session I was held during the first April evaluation period. This was a must attend event for college programs around the country, which featured some of the top programs in the Southeast. Here are a few of the notable performers from the first session. Austin Harvell – Elite Stars – 2020 Harvell is a tough-minded wing that competes on both ends of the floor. He can score in bunches at times with......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Sweet 16 Session I Biggest Winner- April 25, 2018

Devin Butts and Diante Smith each picked up numerous offers at the first session of the Sweet 16. Atlanta, Ga -For years our Sweet 16 Series has been a recruiting ground for college coaches during the spring evaluation period and this year was no different as over fifty coaches took out time to check out session one over the weekend. Here a few prospects that took full advantage of the stage. By: @HypesouthMedia  6-6 G, Diante Smith, 2019, Showtime Hoops Who shined brightest during Sweet 16 Session One? Look no further than......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Seven to Know at Our Sweet 16 Series - April 19, 2018

Team Georgia Magic guard Zyrice Scott is a player to keep an eye on this spring. Photo Cred – Ty Freeman Atlanta, Ga – The spring NCAA Live Period is upon us and players are geared up to earn offers and make names for themselves. Here are seven to know that will be in attendance at our Sweet 16 series. Session I (April 20-22) & Session II (April 27-29). By: @HypesouthMedia 6-5 G Marcus Foster, 2019, GA Canes Foster has burst onto the scene over the past couple months with his stellar......

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#OTRHoopsReport: The Opening Stockrisers - April 10, 2018

The Opening provided a prefect platform for teams to showcase before the evaluation period. Marietta, GA—On the Radar Hoops officially opened up the 2018 spring & summer travel ball season with its inaugural The Opening Tournament. Top shoe-company and independent teams flocked to Wheeler High School (GA) for some intriguing matchups. Hypesouth Media was in attendance and reveals a couple players that turned heads all weekend. By @HypesouthMedia 6-7 SG, 2020 Brandon Boston Jr, Athletes of Tomorrow (A.O.T.) Sophomore sharpshooter Brandon Boston, Jr. was nothing more than a spot-up shooter when I......

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#OTRHoopsReport: The Opening Brings First Impressions - April 9, 2018

MARIETTA, Georgia, – OntheRadarHoops.com hosted “The Opening” last weekend at Wheeler High School. The preseason tournament provided an outlet for some of the city’s top teams to get great match-ups and top notch media exposure. Here are a few of the notable names from the weekend. By: @JLHemingwayPSB Brandon Boston – AOT – 2020 Boston backed up all of the praise and recruiting attention that he earned this winter with Norcross High School. The 6-7 wing has arms and length that remind us of Brandon Ingram at the same age. While we have......

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