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#OTRHoopsReport: EYBL Underclass Standouts - June 4, 2015

Class of 2017 Troy Brown is a consistent performer on the EYBL circuit. Read how his spring finished in Minnesota.  Photo cred – Jon Lopez/Nike MAPLE GROVE, Minn., – The EYBL circuit is one of the premier places for prospects to make a name for themselves. Here is a rundown on some of the underclassmen who showed they are already at the top of their class.   College Coaches can get the full report by clicking here!  By: @JLHemingwayPSB Troy Brown (Las Vegas, Nev.), – Las Vegas Prospects – 2017 Currently the No. 1......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Nike Memorial Day Recap - May 29, 2015

Georgia State commit D’Marcus Simonds of Gainesville, Ga., powered Heat Check to a 17U Championship. Read about it here. Photo cred – Ty Freeman/PSB Atlanta, Ga. – The Nike Memorial Day has established itself as one of the most prestigious tournaments on an annual basis. This year was no different as the tournament boasts arguably one of the premier players in the country. Undisputed Championship Heat Check ran through the competition over the weekend claiming the 17U Gold Championship. Heat Check is lead by a talented group of guards which include Christian......

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#OTRHoopsReport: EYBL Weekend Recap - May 27, 2015

Malik Monk of the Arkansas Wings has a killer instinct when it comes to getting buckets. He is in the mix as a candidate for the Naismith Player of the Year in 2016. Photo cred – Jon Lopez/Nike MAPLE GROVE, Minn., – The final session of the spring EYBL circuit concluded this weekend. Teams made a final push to punch their ticket to the coveted Nike Peach Jam, which will be held in July. By Monday, Team CP3 walked away with the league’s best record. Here is a recap of a few of......

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#OTRHoopsReport - EYBL Saturday standouts - May 26, 2015

CP3 post Harry Giles dominated the competition Saturday at the Nike EYBL Session Four. Minneapolis, MN. – The Nike EYBL provided the stage for the nation’s top talent to compete against each other. The three day weekend provided many local observers as well as fans from around the nation a glimpse of many top 100 caliber talent. Here is a look at some of the players that took advantage of the stage Saturday. PJ Washington (Frisco, Texas) – Team Penny – 2017 Washington has continued to improve his offensive game, showcasing his......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Spring Stock Risers - May 20, 2015

Class of 2016 power guard Rawle Alkins makes his presence known on the court and on the recruiting trail. Photo cred – Robert Blanchard/Spalding There is plenty of movement on the recruiting frontier this spring as college coaches jockey to land impact recruits for their programs. Most of the notable 2015 prospect have committed or signed by this spring. Only three players in the BrandonClayScouting.com ELITE 25 remain uncommitted (Thon Maker, Caleb Swaningan and Stephen Zimmerman). Most of the recruiting chatter that is reported deals with 2016 and 2017 prospects. Here are three players that......

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#Sweet16 - Rising Stars - May 16, 2015

Nashville Celtics guard Tristan Jarrett made a name for himself at the first session of the Sweet 16. Atlanta, Ga. – The Sweet 16 proved to be a success this year. Players from around the Southeast participated in the Sweet 16 Tournament and competed in front of dozens of college coaches. Here is a rundown of some players who took advantage of the opportunity. Zion Williams He is cat quick with a tight handle as he pushes the ball in transition at high speeds. He has a laundry list of dribble moves......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Hemingway's Notebook - May 14, 2015

Forward Wendall Carter of East Point, Ga., is one of the nation’s most productive and versatile big men in the class of 2017. Photo cred – Jon Lopez/Nike This week we dig inside of my notebook to see some of the hot names and evaluations from this spring. With the travel circuit in full swing and the summer camp series in front of us, here is a preview of some of the top 2017 prospects from the Southeast region. College Coaches can get the full report by clicking here!  By: @JLHemingwayPSB On the Radar......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Bob Gibbons Invitational Standouts - May 4, 2015

Class of 2017 center Ikechukwu Obiagu of Decatur, Ga., held a block party this weekend. Read why he is considered one of the best post players nationally in his class. Photo cred – Ty Freeman/OTR SUWANEE, Ga., – The Bob Gibbons Invitational hosted at Suwanee Sports Academy has long been considered a premier stop on a non-certified weekend. This weekend a handful of elite teams showed up to compete for championships. Here are the top individual performers from the weekend. College Coaches can get the full report by clicking here!  By: @JLHemingwayPSB Premium......

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#OTRHoopsReport: Making the Jump - April 1, 2015

Point guard Derryck Thornton will be handed the keys of the Duke Blue Devil offense next year after reclassifying into the class of 2015. Photo cred – Davide de Pas Every year basketball coaches, analysts and fans watch players jump forward a class in hopes of helping their recruiting situation. In past years it was en vogue for players to fall back a class to allow them to physically mature and essentially allow them another year of development at the prep level. However, in recent years there have been a number of prospects that......

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#Sweet16 - Tyree Crump - Easy Money Sniper Footage - April 30, 2015

Georgia commit Tyree Crump put on a show last weekend at the Elite 32 Session I. Photo Cred: Courtney Davis On the hardwood only a select few earn a nickname that allows them to immediately be recognized by a crowd of screaming fans.  University of Georgia’s 2016 commit Tyree Crump has no doubt earned the right to be anointed with the nickname “Easy Money Sniper”. Video Footage Provided by @CoolieBai Shun Williams is the owner of On the Radar Hoops, Inc. The On the Radar Hoops Report is picked up by Division......

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