Tag Archives: 2013

Julius Randle is Kentucky’s New King

Kentucky has been reeling in the top recruiting class in the country for quite some time now and while Andrew Wiggins donned the honor of top player in the class of 2013, Julius Randle was the centerpiece of the recruiting … Continue reading

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Andrew Wiggins Chooses Kansas–Full Career Mix

The Andrew Wiggins saga has finally come to an end. Truthfully though, had the media given him some sort of privacy, it wouldn’t have been a saga at all. Wiggins is just a player who wanted his privacy and desired … Continue reading

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Joel Embiid Takes Crown As 2013′s Top Center

Joel Embiid came into the United States less than two years ago from the Cameroon and as late as 9 months ago, was unranked by every major scouting service. In ESPN’s final 2013 rankings, he was the #1 center in … Continue reading

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Kentucky’s ‘Super Six’ Dominates Jordan Brand Classic

A little over a week after putting on a show at the McDonald’s All-American Game, Kentucky’s ‘Super Six’ was at it yet again. Julius Randle was named MVP, Andrew Harrison was the best point guard in the event, and the … Continue reading

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Lincoln Davis will provide a spark at Fairfield

The New Hampton School had one of the more talented teams in the northeast this past season, boasting a starting five of future D-1 players. McDonald’s All-American Noah Vonleh got the majority of the attention throughout the season, Georgia Tech … Continue reading

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Wayne Selden shows off improved game during McDonald’s week

The McDonald’s All-American Game never necessarily gives you any sleepers, be it at the selection committee selects the top 24 high school seniors in to play in the country’s most prestigious all-star game. However, there is usually a guy who … Continue reading

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Andrew Wiggins Dominates McDonald’s All-American Week

The nation’s top player, Andrew Wiggins, made the journey to Chicago for the McDonald’s All-American game for his long awaited matchup with Jabari Parker, walking away the victor of this heavily hyped matchup. Wiggins posted 19 points, 4 rebounds, and … Continue reading

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Isaiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks boost UNC’s front line

The two top seniors in the state of North Carolina, Isaiah Hicks and Kennedy Meeks, are returning from Chicago after playing in the most prestigious high school basketball game this country has to offer. The two big men were both … Continue reading

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Demetrius Jackson bolsters Notre Dame’s already loaded backcourt

Notre Dame had a successful run this past season, largely in part due to the contributions of Jerian Grant and Eric Atkins. Grant (a 6’5 combo who can play either backcourt spot) and Eric Atkins (a gritty 6’2 playmaker) teamed … Continue reading

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Patrick Strake is Huntington Prep’s Senior Sleeper

Huntington Prep has been a division one pipeline for years now. Most don’t understand that before there was Andrew Wiggins, there was Huntington Prep. Rob Fulford was able to gather a plethora of talent at Mountain State Academy in tiny … Continue reading

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