Tag: Norcross

OTR Top 15 - #'s 10 to 6

OTR Top 15 – #’s 10 to 6

10. NORCROSS LAST YEAR: 21-8 (2nd in Region 7-7A, lost 38-37 to North Gwinnett in 7A Sweet 16) TOP RETURNEES: London Johnson (6-4, JR. G), Jerry Deng (6-7, SR F), Mier Panoam (6-3, Jr, G), Samarion Bond (6-4, Jr. G), Hezekiah Flagg (6-3, SR, G), Aiden Sherrell (6-8, SO, F) SUMMARY: The transfer loss to Donda Academy in CA of top 10 nationally-ranked 2024 forward Jahki Howard doesn’t quite feel like Scoot Henderson leaving Kell, but it’s a significant blow to a team that with him despite their youth had legit components......

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OTR's Player Watchlist - Part 1

Atlanta, Ga – As the opening weekend of action approaches, we’re taking a look at 15 players to watch and breaking down what makes them special. We start with 5 today, and will do 5 a day into Friday before the evening tipoffs (in no particular order). Stephon Castle | 6-6 | PG | Newton | 2023 With such size at the 1-spot it’s easy to be enamored with Castle’s measurables right out of the gate, but when you sit down and observe how he handles the ball and dissects defenses it......

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DT Academy - Weekend Can't Miss Guys

NORCROSS, GA – The Pack Brothers and their Double Trouble organization held their three-day DT Academy for HS-ages this past weekend at Norcross HS, and there was a ton of big-name talent in the building. The big names performed well, I tried as I often do to dig a little deeper and pull some names out who you might not know or who are set to make big jumps in their recruitment. I was able to take in Friday’s drill session and portions of Sunday’s mixed drill and live-play action. I tweeted......

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OTR Breakout Camp - Bigs Who Impressed

POWDER SPRINGS, GA – On The Radar hosted more than 150 2024 and 2025 prospects to McEachern HS this past weekend for its one-day Breakout Camp “Showcase”, and it was a terrific mix of big names already entrenched as players to watch and plenty more who made statements against some of the best those two classes have to offer. Let’s look first at bigs, guys who may look and play like guards and might qualify as hybrids even or end up guards at the next level, but for now as freshmen and......

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