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The Opening Notebook Part III - March 30, 2021

Simeon Cottle put up big numbers at The Opening. Photo – Stan Johnson Powder Springs, Georgia – On the Radar Hoops presented “The Opening”earlier in the month, which provided many of the state’s top teams a chance to compete. It is unclear whether college coaches will be able to travel at all this spring or summer for the viewing periods. This creates an important need for prospects to start building recruiting momentum as soon as possible. Here is a final look at players who should be popping up on recruiting radars in......

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Super 64 Camp Standouts - Oct 19, 2020

Emerson, Georgia, – Over 100 high school aged prospects trained and competed at the OTR Super 64 Camp at Lakepoint last Saturday morning. The camp was filled with talent and national media. It was a great chance for established talent and hidden prospects to show their in front of national evaluators and college coaches via live stream. Here is a review of the camp’s top performers. Robert Cowherd – Grayson (GA) – 2022 He is a true shooting guard with excellent three-point range. Cowherd can spot up on the break, come off screens......

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OTR Academy Rundown - June 19, 2020

Ian Schieffelin is one of the top bigs in the state of Georgia and in the Southeast. Atlanta, Ga– The On the Radar Hoops Academy provided the perfect stage for many regional players to display their skills to college coaches and scouting services. Here are a few players that caught our eye Ian Schieffelin – Grayson – Grayson (GA) – 2021 Following the On the Radar Hoops Academy, several ACC/SEC programs have inquired about Schieffelin. He may not be flashy, but the kid consistently produces. He understands how to post up and......

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Super 64 Camp Notebook from Willie Evans - September 28, 2019

Atlanta, Ga – The Super 64 Camp is a platform for Juniors & Seniors to showcase their abilities against some of the best competition the Peach State has to offer. This past weekend there were plenty of players walk into camp unknown and leave as prospects to be followed into their seasons. In a state, so rich with talent from top to bottom, it’s not hard to find hidden talents from all over the Metro-Atlanta extending out into the towns and cities less familiar to some. Here is the first list of......

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