OTRHoops Tournaments


OTR Hoops: Battleground 6th Grade Prime Performers - March 28, 2024

We highlight the 6th grade group from the Battleground Session Two. This group was largely dominated on the perimeter with shifty moves and a barrage of outside shooting. By: Bilal Benjamin Keisean Roberts | Decatur Blazers Roberts’s performance not only elevated the team’s overall gameplay but also showed that he’s a reliable and effective lead guard. He made key plays in the half court and full court settings, and everybody ate when he was at the point of attack. He is always looking for the best shot and usually setting up teammates......

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OTR Hoops: Battleground 7th Grade Prime Performers - March 28, 2024

We highlight the prime performers from the 7th grade group from Session Two of the Battleground. A good number of these guys took both ends of the floor seriously. You love to see that in today’s game! By: Bilal Benjamin Braylen Alexander | Team Scoot South (Pictured Above) Alexander earned MVP honors for 7th grade after posting twp 20-point double-doubles. His skillset and strategic approach to the game deserves the recognition he’s receiving. Alexander is a highly skilled player that can play multiple positions. He’s progressed throughout each session and made a......

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OTR Hoops: Birmingham Classic Final Look from @CoachHindsRCS - March 28, 2024

ALABASTER, Alabama, – On the Radar Hoops returned to the greater Birmingham area to host the Birmingham Classic. Nearly sixty teams from the Southeast lined up to compete at the top tier facility at Thompson High School. Here is a look at prospects that have placed themselves on the radar with their standout performances. By: David Hinds Tyson Moore – AJ Bouye Elite – 2025 Tyson Moore is a well-rounded guard who plays with a high level of confidence. Everything about Moore’s offensive game screams efficiency. From his confident outside stroke to......

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OTR Hoops: Birmingham Classic Weekend Standouts - March 28, 2024

ALABASTER, Alabama, – On the Radar Hoops returned to the greater Birmingham area to host the Birmingham Classic. Nearly sixty teams from the Southeast lined up to compete at the top tier facility at Thompson High School. Here is a look at prospects that have placed themselves on the radar with their standout performances. By: David Hinds Hannibal Smith – AJ Bouye Elite – 2025 Hannibal Smith is a long, rangy athlete that is capable of guarding 1-5. I was impressed with Smith’s ability to match up with a variety of archetypes......

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OTR Hoops: Final Look from the Birmingham Classic - March 28, 2024

ALABASTER, Alabama, – On the Radar Hoops returned to the greater Birmingham area to host the Birmingham Classic. Nearly sixty teams from the Southeast lined up to compete at the top tier facility at Thompson High School. Here is a final look at the names of those who caught our eye last weekend. By: Jonathan Hemingway Baker Matthews – Team Forrest – 2026 Matthew caught our attention as a swing forward with size and skill. We saw him step out and stick a couple of perimeter jumpers, but he was also willing......

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OTR Hoops: Florida The Opening - Top Floor Generals - March 26, 2024

OTR hit the sunshine state this past weekend for The Florida Opening, our first Florida event of the year. 10 courts under one roof and a ton of talent made for another weekend full of storylines. We break down some of the top point guards that were in attendance. By: Cam Rickers Giordan Easley – 2025 – SWFL Hoops Red Giordan Easley, a Minnesota native, has been making waves since his arrival in Florida last year. This weekend provided my first in-person look and Easley didn’t disappoint. We witnessed the volume scoring......

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OTR Hoops: Florida The Opening Biggest Stockrisers - March 26, 2024

OTR hit the sunshine state this past weekend for The Florida Opening, our first Florida event of the year. 10 courts under one roof and a ton of talent made for another weekend full of storylines. We break down the prospects that helped their stock the most. By: Cam Rickers Jayden Guillaume – 2024 – BTI Pressure Elite UNSIGNED Jayden Guillaume had scouts buzzing as early as game one. Guillaume squared off with Pat Johnson and won the battle inside, leading his team to a 70-77 victory. He’s as solid as they......

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OTR Hoops: Birmingham Classic Standouts from @CoachHindsRCS - March 26, 2024

ALABASTER, Alabama, – On the Radar Hoops returned to the greater Birmingham area to host the Birmingham Classic. Nearly sixty teams from the Southeast lined up to compete at the top tier facility at Thompson High School. Here is a look at prospects that have placed themselves on the radar with their standout performances. By: David Hinds Jayson Fleming – No Excuses Elite – 2025 Fleming showed supreme confidence the entire weekend. Forming a two-headed monster in the backcourt with high school teammate Christian Carr, the duo tore through defenses. Fleming in......

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OTR Hoops: Florida Opening Standouts from @CourtCred Part II – March 25, 2024

Here is a list of standouts from the The Opening in Florida. By: Kerry Willis Brian Waters 6’1 2026 SG FTL Elite Viewers don’t notice, but players that possess big hands have an advantage on the court. Waters, a smooth strong was effective off the ball in a variety of ways. Those big hands allowed him to switch hands in midair when attacking the rim.  He has a simple handle, not too much flash but the use of quick crossovers kept him in the paint where he finished through contact.  His textbook......

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OTR Hoops: Florida Opening Standouts from @CourtCred - March 25, 2024

Here is a list of standouts from the The Opening in Florida. By: Kerry Willis Isaac Timmons 6’5 2025 F Ocala Wildcats In a low scoring contest that found itself in overtime, Timmons was a bright spot with his patience and solid moves in the paint.  He never rushed or forced shots, while being alert enough to feel double teams before they converged on him.  In overtime it was his go-ahead layup after spinning middle that put and kept the Wildcats on top for a victory in the morning session. Emanuel Augustin......

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