#OTRHoopsReport: Peach State unsigned seniors – Feb 14, 2017

Baybe Iyiola of Greenforest (GA) is one of the best available forwards in the Peach State. Photo: Ty Freeman

Atlanta, Ga. – The regular season is coming to an end, there are still several guards and forwards around the peach state that will help a college program next season. Here are several unsigned seniors that have took advantage of the spot light this season.

Jay Estime –Berkmar (GA), 6’4 SF

Evaluation (Georgia’s Elite 8 Classic) – Shun Williams

Estime caught fire late in the first quarter, he was efficient shooting the ball off the catch or dribble. He knocked down (6) three pointers as Berkmar routed Furtah Prep. This available wing attacked the basket in a straight line in the half court.

Recruiting Notes:

Austin Peay, Georgia Southern, Dusquene, Columbia and Robert Morris have all been recruiting Estime.

Isaiah Miller – Newton (GA), 6’ CG

Evaluation (Bob Gibbons Invitational) – Jonathan Hemingway

Miller is a great athlete and is tough off the bounce. He can get into the lane consistently. He uses the ball screen effectively and is a load for perimeter defenders.

Recruiting Notes:

1/16/17 – North Carolina Greensboro has offered Isaiah Miller

2/1/17 – Tennessee State, Costal Carolina, North Florida and Lincoln Memorial were in to see Isaiah Miller

Avery Wilson – Forest Park (GA), 6’2 CG

Evaluation (Power 24) – Willie Evans

Wilson is a combo guard with a strong frame. He is great in transition and can versus pressure. He strong frame gives him a lot of upside at the next level.

Tae Hardy – Miller Grove (GA), 6’ CG

Evaluation (Georgia’s Elite 8 Classic) – Shun Williams

Hardy has a combination of good size and athletic ability. He has the ability to break down defenders in transition, from the top of the key or from the wing to get into the lane. Once in the lane he does a good job of finishing in traffic or through contact. He finished the game with 32 points.

Baybe Iyiola – Greenforest (GA), 6’9 PF

Evaluation (Nike EYBL Session IV) – Brandon Clay

Iyiola’s length at the position allows him to play a frontcourt spot. He’s having a solid EYBL season averaging 5.4 points, 6.9 rebounds per game. Iyiola has a knack for finding the ball off the glass despite his slender frame.

Isaiah Banks – Heritage Conyers (GA), 6’4 SF

Evaluation (OTR Thanksgiving Showcase) – Shun Williams

A long and athletic swingman, Banks scores by filling lanes in transition, slashing to the rim, or pulling up in the mid-range area. Defensively, Banks is very effective using his length and quickness to both contain and disturb the ball-handler.

Greg James – Shiloh (GA), 6’3 wing

Greg James of Shiloh (GA)

Evaluation (Jared Cook Classic) – Shun Williams

He is a shooting guard with deep range who especially likes to shoot three’s from either corner. He has good confidence in his shot and showing he can hit jumpers with consistency. He proved to be an athletic finisher while also being a capable ball handler.

Shun_Williams_OTRHoopsShun Williams is the owner of On the Radar Hoops, Inc. The On the Radar Hoops Report is picked up by Division I and II colleges and universities across the country. He serves as a member of the Naismith National High School Board of Selectors and the Atlanta Tip-Off Club. He is the director of the On the Radar Hoops Fall/Spring Showcases, On the Radar Hoops Invitational, Elite 32 Session I & II, Power 24, Atlanta Classic and Super 6 Showcase.

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