#OTRHoopsReport – Available Seniors from the Georgia Challenge – September 26, 2014
Prospects from Georgia and around the region received valuable exposure last weekend while competing at the Georgia Challenge presented by OntheRadarHoops.com. Photo cred – Ty Freeman
On the advantages that the OntheRadarHoops.com Georgia Challenge provides is for seniors to get exposure before the high school season begins. With over 30 college coaches in the building last Saturday afternoon, prospects were able to show their abilities are garner interest moving into the high school season. Here are a few notable seniors who were in the building on Saturday afternoon.
Jonesboro High School senior Tracey Hector Jr. caught the attention of several college programs during the April and July evaluation periods. Hector has a good-looking frame with long arms and overall solid length. He is very athletic in the open court and is a strong finisher around the basket.
Kevin Murph of Mabelton, Ga., showed that he has the ability to create mismatch problems with his ability to play underneath the basket as well as to step out on the perimeter. Murphy is a tough rugged forward that does a lot of the little things that may not show up in the stat sheet. He is the type of player who is quick to dive on the floor or take a charge on the defensive end.
FAMU recently offered combo guard K’jai Johnson of Douglasville, Ga. This 6-foot-1 guard who plays his high school basketball at Douglas County High School can score the ball in bunches. He was effective getting to the rim for the easy finish and opening space for teammates around the basket. He showed his skill while playing at the Georgia Challenge.
Forward Josh Culver from Berkmar High School has heard from the Citadel, High Point, and Lincoln Memorial.
High Point will be in to watch North Cobb Christian 7’ center Trey Kalina.
Kennesaw State has offered class of 2017 wing Lance Thomas of Norcross, Ga.
Lincoln Memorial and Columbus State will be in to see class of 2015 shooting guard Devin Watson.
Joe Hudson of Duluth, Ga., and Roberto Gallinat of Snellville, Ga., have heard from Columbia State and Three Rivers Junior College.
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