#OTRHoopsReport: ELITE Prospects at Super 6 Showcase – August 22, 2017

Elite wing Robert Woodard and Mississippi Express took care of business at OTR Super 6 in July. Photo cred – Parallels Media

By: @JLHemingwayPSB

Michael Devoe – Nike South Beach – 2018


6’4″, 175, Point Guard
4-star rating, Consensus Top 100 prospect Nationally per 247 Sports

Latest Recruiting: Will take his first official visit to Georgia Tech this weekend. Has a final 8 of USC, Wake Forest, Indiana, Florida, Ohio State, UConn, Georgia Tech and Clemson per Corey Evans of Rivals.com

Quick Takeaway: Devoe’s combination of size, shot making and skill make him a very attractive prospect at the next level. His ability to play either guard position gives him a lot of value at the college level.

Ashton Hagans – Game Elite – 2019


6’4″, 185, Point Guard
5-star rating, Consensus top 15 prospect nationally

Latest Recruiting: North Carolina is the latest school to offer per Andrew Slater of 247 Sports

Quick Takeaway: Hagans made some noise this summer by announcing that he would transfer to Oak Hill this year. After a change of plans, he decided to stay put at Newton County this year. Regardless, the 6-4 point guard continues to show what we have been saying for the past two years. He is an athletic play-maker who is also a disruptive force on the defensive end.

Nate Hinton – Team Loaded – 2018


6’6″, 198, Shooting Guard
4-star rating, ESPN 100 Recruit

Latest Recruiting: Took an official visit to Houston at the beginning of August per Evan Daniels of Scout.com. Also received an offer from Georgetown after July ended per @OntheRadarHoops

Quick Takeaway: Hinton is what coaches love to love in players. He is a high energy player that competes on every play. On top of that, he is an even better teammate who enjoys seeing his team succeed. 

Landers Nolley – Team Loaded – 2018


6’4″, 175, Wing
4-star prospect, Ranked 70th in ESPN 100

Latest Recruiting: Has set official visits to UConn on September 29-30 and Virginia Tech on October 20-21.

Quick Takeaway: Nolley’s ascension into the nation’s ELITE centers on his shot making ability and athleticism. As a result, many of the nation’s top programs are calling Nolley for his services in the upcoming years.

Isaac Okoro – AOT – 2019


6’5″, 201, Shooting Guard
5-star prospect, Ranked #12 nationally per 247 Sports

Latest Recruiting: Picked up offers from South Florida, Clemson, and Alabama during July.

Quick Takeaway: Okoro is a superb athlete who can score at the rim on anyone. Given that he has shown consistency with his jump shot recently, he is making a case as the top player in the class of 2019 in the state of Georgia.

Will Richardson – E1T1 – 2018


6’4″, 170, Point Guard
4-star prospect, Ranked #34 nationally per 247 Sports

Latest Recruiting: Memphis, Oregon, Virginia and Miami all offered Richardson during the month of July.

Quick Takeaway: Richardson will take his talents to play at Oak Hill this year. The southpaw combo guard is becoming one of the nation’s premier play-makers. His crafty style and consistent 3-point shooting make him one of the nation’s best in the back court.

Emmitt Williams – E1T1 – 2018


6’8″, 200, Power Forward
5-star prospect, Consensus Top 25 player nationally, Ranked #11 Nationally in ESPN 100

Latest Recruiting: Kansas offered during the month of July.

Quick Takeaway: Williams has long been identified as one of the best power forwards in the country. His style is reminiscent of Cheick Diallo or Bam Adebayo. He blends brute force to dunk anything within 2-feet  and rebound in double digits nightly. Interestingly, Williams has been shooting the 3-point shot more effectively recently.

Robert Woodard – Mississippi Express – 2018


6’6″, 220, Small Forward
4-star prospect, Ranked #42 Nationally in the ESPN 100

Latest Recruiting: Has offers from Mississippi State, Ole Miss, Baylor, Vandy, Florida State and Iowa State per @OntheRadarHoops.

Quick Takeaway: Woodard is a do-it-all forward who can fill the stat sheet nightly. His length and athleticism allow him to defend multiple positions on the court. While his improving ball handling and passing ability will give him great value on the offensive end.



Coach Hemi-100-100Jonathan Hemingway is a National Evaluator for the OTRHoopsReport. Hemingway serves on the Board of Selectors for the Naismith Trophy. He is also the publisher of CoachHemi.com. He has been involved in the community since 1996 as a coach, camp director and evaluator. You can reach him via email at JonathanHemingway@PeachStateBasketball.com and follow him on  twitter @JLHemingwayPSB

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