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LakePoint Live Showcase Forward Standouts - July 21, 2020

The LakePoint Live Showcase was completed last weekend at the Champions Center with high-level 15U-17U teams coming together to compete. As expected there were lots of impressive guards who helped their teams, but there were also a host of frontcourt players who made significant contributions at the event. Here are some forward prospects that left their mark at LakePoint. By: Trent Markwith 2021 PF Omarion Smith If you were looking for a tenacious paint enforcer at LakePoint, Omarion Smith more than satisfied that desire. He plays a vital role for an Aim High......

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2022 forward breakdown -April 13, 2020

Kok Yat is one of Georgia’s best in the 2022 class. Photo – Stan Johnson Atlanta, Ga – Continuing on with the 2022 rankings breakdown, forwards are the next area of focus. It doesn’t take long to go through Georgia’s best 5 forwards in this class as all of them are within the Top 10 of the rankings. All 5 prospects bring versatility but also have unique qualities that distinguish them from the others. By: Trent Markwith Photo – @hoopsbystan Full Rankings:   Relentless Hoops Class of 2022 Rankings   In the......

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Sweet 16 Matchup's to track - February 18, 2020

North Gwinnett (GA) has the talented needs to make a run in the state tournament.  Atlanta, Ga – The GHSA State Playoffs started last week and all 1stRound were finished by Saturday. Some teams performed as expected, but there were also some surprising outcomes that shook the brackets up. 2ndRound contests begin tomorrow and there are numerous pairings that should make for exciting games. Here are some of the best Sweet 16 matchups across the different GHSA Classifications. Shiloh at Wheeler (7A) This game between Shiloh and Wheeler might be the one......

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Big South Shootout Underclassmen Standouts - January 5, 2020

Felix Okpara dominated the competition at the Big South Shoot.  Atlanta, Ga– At events like the Big South Shootout at Holy Innocents, it was a good chance to look into the future and see who basketball fans will be following in years to come. This event gave a quality look at underclassmen who will inevitably see their recruitment pick up as the summer months approach. 2023 PG AJ Cheeks (Mountain View)-Having seen Mountain View twice in the past 2 weeks, I really liked how Cheeks played in both of these close matchups for......

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