Author Archives: Rodger Bohn

Shawn Kemp’s son holds it down at Under Armour Association

This weekend was one for second comings. LeBron James Jr. showed out in his hometown of Akron and in Indianapolis, Shaq’s son Shareef was showing that he’s a high major prospect at the EYBL. Twenty miles away from the Nike … Continue reading

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Kyree Walker makes debut with God First AAU

Fresh off of dominating EBC NorCal, Kyree Walker brought the highlight factory to Houston for his debut with God First AAU. Though it was his first game with the program, he fit in immediately and showed why he’s one of … Continue reading

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Cameron Aboree shows out in John Lucas All Star Weekend opener

Cameron Amboree has received no shortage of acclaim as of late and in the opening game of the 2016 John Lucas All Star Weekend tournament, he showed why. Matched up against a Carolina Elite squad that had some serious size, … Continue reading

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Miles Bridges is not human at 2016 Flyin’ To The Hoop Invitational

Miles Bridges has been punishing rims since before he even entered high school. Getting our first glimpse of him as a rising freshman with the Michigan Mustangs, he has been impressing people with his athleticism. He continued this throughout his … Continue reading

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Thon Maker shows range and vision at 2015 City Of Palms Classic

Thon Maker has been tantalizing scouts, coaches, and fans alike with his perimeter game for years now. Finally a senior at Athlete Institute in Canada, this is the final go around for Maker and he showed the way that his … Continue reading

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Keion Brooks shows why he’s one of 2019’s best at MSHTV Camp

While he is just hitting high school, Keion Brooks has been known to those following youth basketball for quite some time now. After all, you simply don’t see too many players who can go to work from the perimeter at … Continue reading

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6’9 8th grader Emmanuel Okpomo with monster dunk at MSHTV Camp

Omhar Carter has been producing young talent for over a decade now. Monta Ellis, LaQuinton Ross, Renardo Sidney, Rodney Hood, and Malik Newman all came up under his tutelage. There are plenty of talented high school players in the MBA … Continue reading

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Dexter Shouse hits 5 straight threes at MSHTV Camp

Dexter Shouse has received a lot of attention since very early in his career. Now at the high school ranks, that doesn’t appear to be stopping any time soon, as we saw at the 2015 MiddleSchoolHoops Showcase. Playing on his … Continue reading

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2015 MiddleSchoolHoops Dunk Contest Recap

‎Back in the 80’s and 90’s, it used to be a fairly uncommon thing for middle schoolers to be dunking in games. Fast forward to 2015, you now have middle schoolers having dunk contests, as we saw in Indianapolis at … Continue reading

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Gerard Mungo with big poster at MiddleSchoolHoops Showcase

At the 2015 MiddleSchoolHoops Showcase in Indianapolis, there were plenty of players who emerged on the national level. Coming from Baltimore, 6-foot point guard Gerard Mungo was one of those guys. The lead guard was tough to stop going to … Continue reading

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