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The start of high school basketball season is just weeks away for basketball recruits across the country. Playing in front of college scouts on the summer AAU circuit is a distant memory; now it is time to shift gears and focus on a new season, and on new strategies to get seen by college coaches.
The first step in getting more college exposure happened last weekend at the 4th Annual High School Boy’s All-Star Showcase in Springfield, Missouri. Ninety high school basketball players from the Midwest came to The Courts to compete. College coaches looked on as athletes were put through a series of combine-type drills, then each athlete played three games over a five hour period.
This event had one of the most detailed profile booklets we have ever seen. Each athlete was listed with their player bio, athletic awards, academic achievements, contact information, high school coach information, and their AAU coach information. Every participant also received a free copy of RecruitLook’s Recruiting eBook.
We recap the players that stood out during the game competition:
Payton Meek : 2014 : 6’5” and 200lbs : Guard/Small Forward : Park Hill South HS : AAU – MoKan
Sophomore Year : All-Conference & All-District
Junior Year : All-Conference & All-District
Payton is one of those basketball players that every coach wants on the floor. He has a motor that just doesn’t stop, and he has a very high basketball IQ. He can play multiple positions and defend multiple positions. Payton can score in a variety of ways. With his size he can post up smaller defenders, and he can stretch the floor with his outside shooting. He shot the ball well from three point range, and showed off his ability to knock down the mid-range jumper off the bounce and spotting up.
Tyson Batiste : 2015 : 6’2” and 160lbs : Point Guard : Kickapoo High School : AAU – Yanders Law
Starter since 9th grade
One college coach on hand said it best: “Tyson is like having a coach on the floor.” He couldn’t be more accurate. Tyson is an unselfish scoring point guard. Meaning he would rather set his teammates up for easy buckets (which he is good at), but he is just as lethal when he wants to put the ball in the bucket. Tyson is very athletic and is able to use his athleticism best when driving to the basket. He can score in the lane in a variety of ways: dunking, taking the contact, floaters, pull-up jumper, and on and on. Tyson can lure defenders asleep with his silky-smooth ball handling, or he can flat out get around defenders with his quick burst of speed. He also has a solid jump shot and can knock it down from all over the court.
Nolan Lamb : 2015 : 6’5” and 195lbs : Small Forward : Lee’s Summit North HS : AAU – MoKan
Nolan has the fundamentals to play the guard spot, but we think he projects out better at the small forward position. Nolan is long and athletic, and that makes him a tough matchup for opponents. He can stay with quick guards, and he can defend bigger forwards with his length. Nolan has a solid all-around game, and he really shined at the showcase when he was able to get out and run the floor. He made several nice open floor moves off the bounce and off the pass.
Keeton Tennison : 2014 : 6’4” and 197lbs : SG : Valley Springs HS : AAU – Arkansas Wings Elite
25ppg & 8rpg as a junior
Keeton is a battled tested basketball player. He plays on one of the best AAU teams in the country that travels all over the United States playing in high profile tournaments. Keeton is classified as a shooting guard, but he can do a little bit of everything for you. He has good enough handles to play point, but his scoring ability makes him the perfect “scoring guard”. Keeton can hit the three, knock down the mid-range jumper, hit the fade away, score in traffic, shoot off the pass or dribble…he really is a complete guard when it comes to scoring, ball-handling, defense, and basketball IQ.
Cameron Wiggins : 2014 : 6’1” and 155lbs : Guard : Leavenworth High School : AAU – MoKan
Cameron is an electric player. His game reminds us of Norris Cole (Cleveland State and now Miami Heat). What he lacks in size is made up in effort and skill. Cameron is extremely quick with the ball, and can stop and cut on a dime. His range is about 5 feet beyond the three point line. And like Norris Cole, Cameron is not afraid to sacrifice his body to get a rebound or loose ball. Cameron out in the open court leading a fast-break….look out! Cameron is also a lockdown on the ball defender. He’ll make the opposing team’s point guard work for everything throughout the course of the game.
Dainan Swoope : 2015 : 6’ and 175lbs : Point Guard : Shawnee Mission South HS : AAU – MoKan
Dainan is a true point guard. He is the quarterback on the court. He sees the plays developing before they actually happen. He is great at anticipating situations. Dainan is also good at reading the defense in transition or in the half court set. He can spot a mismatch and then attack it. Dainan has a good jump shot that forces teams to guard him tight.
Underclassmen on the radar:
Cameron Davis : 2017 : 5’10” and 150lbs : Point Guard : Kickapoo High School : AAU – Queen City Cavs
Cameron’s parents were both collegiate athletes, and his dad played point guard at Missouri-Rolla University. So, he definitely has the genes to be a great athlete. His game is looking nice as only a freshman. You can tell he understands the game of basketball. He’ll feed the hot hand, he’ll call for certain defenses, he’ll utilize the pick-n-roll in mismatch situations. At his age he way beyond his years as far as the intangibles. His game on the court is very steady. He can dribble, he can shoot, he can run the fast-break. He brings a little bit of everything to the table with his game. He’ll get stronger as the years go along, and that should help with the consistency of his outside shot. A very fascinating prospect!
Santana Texeira : 2016 : 6’7” and 228lbs : Forward : Branson High School : AAU – Missouri Flight
Santana is a solid post player with a lot of room for improvement. He displayed some nice post moves going towards his right (dominate hand), but he’ll need to get better at going to his left to be a more dominating presence down low. Santana has a strong lower body that allows for him to get established in the post. He is athletic for his size, but he still needs to work on his footwork. He’ll be one to watch throughout the year to see how he progresses.
Other Players to Watch:
Jared Ridder : 2017 : 6’4” and 165lbs : Guard/Forward : Kickapoo High School : AAU – Queen City Cavs
Jared is still young and developing his game, but he has the fundamentals to be a very solid recruit. He has a good mid-range game, but he must add some lbs to compete against more physical opponents.
Christopher Stocks : 2015 : 6’2” and 180lbs : Guard : Poplar Bluff High School : AAU – SEMO Swarm
Averaged 10 points per game as a sophomore and was voted 1st Team All-Region and 1st Team All-District as a sophomore.
Darrian Guillory : 2016 : 6’2” and 195lbs : Wing : Neosho High School
All-District performer as a freshman. Darrian is still developing his game, but he has something that cannot be coached…athleticism and jumping ability. He threw down a monster alley-oop, jumping over an opponent and slamming it home one-handed.
Dallas Hawk : 2015 : 6’2” and 180lbs : Guard : Walnut Grove High School : AAU – All Missouri Attack
1st Team All-Conference and All-District as a sophomore. Solid floor game with an above-average jump shot.
Javyn Johnston : 2014 : 6’4” and 180lbs : Guard/Forward : Drexel High School : AAU – Missouri Mavericks
Sophomore year All-Conference and All-District 1st Team. Junior year All-State, All-Conference, All-District 1st Team.
Justin Myers : 2014 : 6’3” and 175lbs : Guard : Sarcoxie High School
Scores the ball in a variety of ways. Has a knack for always being in the right place at the right time. Probably has something to do with his max effort at all times. 1st Team All-Conference as a sophomore and junior.
Nicholas Foster : 2014 : 6’4” and 160lbs : Shooting Guard : McLain High School Oklahoma
Nicholas can make it rain from deep, and when he gets hot there isn’t a shot he can’t knock down. In one of his games this weekend I counted 5 consecutive jump shots made…4 of which were three pointers.
Marcus Hampton : 2014 : 5’8” and 155lbs : Point Guard : South Iron High School
What Marcus lacks in size, he makes up in effort. Marcus is very quick and has really good handles. He is tough to guard with his quickness. He is an All-State performer.
Dylan Bekemeier : 2014 : 6’1” and 160lbs : Point Guard : Republic HS : AAU – Missouri Gym Rats
Dylan is a point guard that can be trusted. He doesn’t turn it over and knows his limits when running the offense. He doesn’t do anything too flashy…he just makes plays. He is an All-State performer.
Gary Davis : 2015 : 6’ and 165lbs : Point Guard : Lee’s Summit West HS : AAU – MoKan
Gary plays point for a very solid high school team in the Greater Kansas City Area. He was an All-Conference player and was voted defensive player of the year. He is a good floor general. He is a pass first point guard with sneaky-quick speed. He has a burst that most other guards don’t have.
To contact any of these recruits, or to learn more about participating in next year's event then contact Shane Friebe at The Courts
The KC Prep Invitational is set to tip-off on July 25th-28th and will feature some of the best prep basketball athletes in the country. The 13th annual tournament stands as the oldest NCAA certified high school tournament in the Kansas City area, featuring teams nationwide in the 17-, 16-, and 15-year-old age divisions. This year’s tournament will have 64 teams from 15 different states, and will attract hundreds of college coaches from around the country.
Among players recently in the KC Prep Invitational, two of the NBA Draft No. 1 overall picks in Derrick Rose and Blake Griffin, as well as other NBA stars and hundreds of collegiate athletes.
No other tournament in the Midwest has as much television and radio coverage as the KC Prep Invitational. Metro Sports will broadcast games from the opening day’s action on Time Warner Cable, and 810 Varsity, the high school entity affiliated with Sports Radio 810 WHB, will broadcast games live online via KCHoops.com and 810Varsity.com.
“It’s a great event that 810 Varsity is excited to become a part of, for many years ahead, and to bring games live not only for families and fans locally, but also anywhere in the country,” said 810 Varsity’s Chad Rader.
From Thursday (25th) to Sunday (28th) afternoon, Okun Fieldhouse at Mid-America Sports Complex plays host to the wall-to-wall hoops tournament organized by Tom Tietze, Mike Enright, and Chad Rader. The tournament field will feature heavy hitters, rising stars, and under-the-radar recruits.
“We have worked really hard to get some of the best teams in the entire country to Kansas City. Our tournament field is well-balanced with really good teams and solid individual recruits. We have some household names again this year, but we were also able to get some teams with ‘hidden gems’,” said Tournament Director, Mike Enright.
According to Enright, a representative from almost every major conference will stop by.
“We have teams from 15 different states from coast-to-coast. I have fielded dozens of calls from college coaches asking about our event,” said Enright.
The event is open to the public and will cost $10 per day ($7 on Sunday), with the option to purchase a four-day tournament pass for $30.
There will be 500+ high school recruits playing in the KC Prep Invitational, and many have bright college futures. There are many other players playing in the KC Prep that have division one, division two, division three, NAIA and/or JUCO scholarship offers. I just wanted to highlight a few.
***Important*** All offers listed were gathered through players’ twitter accounts, AAU coaches, VerbalCommits.com, rivals.com, ESPN.com, and 247spots.com. I apologize for any inaccuracies.
Justin Johnson : 2014 : 6’6” : Forward : Kentucky Travelers : Has a big frame to him…division one body. Uses his size and strength to finish at the rim. He can jump out of the gym too. Has offers from Virginia Tech, Boston College, Providence, UNC Greensboro, Southern Miss, and many other D1 programs. ESPN has him ranked #9 in state of Kentucky for 2014 class.
Cameron Justice : 2015 : 6’2” : Guard : Kentucky Travelers : Typically one of the Travelers’ leading scorers each game. Averaged 25.5 ppg his junior year of high school. He is only 4 points shy of 2,000 for his high school career through 3 years. Has offers from: Tennessee, UAB, Western Kentucky. Getting strong interest from Indiana, Louisville, Gonzaga, Stanford, Wake Forest, Boston College, and Clemson.
Zach McCormick : 2014 : 6’1” : Combo Guard : Kentucky Travelers : Zach does a little of everything for the Travelers. He can score, handle the ball, defends, and typically guards the opposing team’s best perimeter player. For only being 6’1”…he has some highlights – like a Sportscenter Top 10 dunk this year. He has offers from Tennessee, Marshall, Miami-Ohio, Butler, Western Kentucky, and is starting to get some more high major interest.
Raymond Spalding : 2015 : 6’9” and 200lbs : Forward : Kentucky Travelers : Has an offer in from Dayton, and is being recruited by several schools from the Big Ten, ACC, and Big East.
Jackson Davis : 2014 : 6’8” : Power Forward : Kentucky Travelers : Very athletic, can step out and hit the outside jumper, crashes the glass hard. Has offers from: Texas Tech, Western Kentucky, Tennessee Tech, Indiana State, and has interest from Louisville, Indiana, Purdue, UCLA and others. ESPN has him ranked #8 in state of Kentucky for 2014 class.
Jayson Tatum : 2016 : 6’7” : Guard/Forward : St. Louis Eagles : Jayson is one of the top recruits in the entire 2016 recruiting class. ESPN has him rated #5 overall – 247 Sports has him at #3 overall – Future150 has him at #8 overall. Tatum is a versatile player that can shoot from outside or finish at the rim. He creates defensive mismatches with his combo of size and offensive skill set. Tatum represented his country earlier this year on the under 16 team at the 2013 FIBA America’s Championships in Uruguay. USA won a gold medal there. Tatum has offers from: Mizzou, Kansas, Kentucky, Florida, Memphis, Illinois, Marquette, St. Louis, Ohio State, Michigan State and many others.
Ogugua Anunoby: 2015 : 6’6” : Power Forward : St. Louis Eagles : Very long, athletic, skilled stretch PF. He is young for his class and is still growing. Runs the floor well. Good shot blocker. Can play facing the basket and shoots it well for a PF from 15-18 ft. Needs to work on strength, which will make him a more effective rebounder. Strong academic student. High GPA. Could meet Ivy League and Patriot League academic standards. Has received mid-major interest so far from Boston University, Yale University, several Patriot League schools, SIUE.
Donovan Franklin : 2015 : 6’4 : Wing/Guard : St. Louis Eagles : Donovan is a scorer who plays in a highly competitive, large high school conference in Illinois. He will be a 3-year starter, and 4-year varsity player for one of the best HS programs in the Metro East (O'Fallon alums include Roosevelt Jones from Butler). Donovan simply scores the basketball in a variety of ways. He does not need to have the ball in his hand to score. He does not need a screen to score. He is creative in both the half court and full court situations. He attacks the basket, and is a willing passer as well. He is receiving a lot of interest from schools in the SEC, Missouri Valley, Ohio Valley, and Atlantic 10.
Kenny Lesley : 2015 : 6’7” : Power Forward : St. Louis Eagles : Long, athletic, and tough PF. He is also young for his class and still growing. Runs the floor well. Competitive and willing rebounder. Can face the basket and score form 12 feet in. Has played in the Eagles program since the 8th grade. Has received mid major interest from the Ohio Valley and Missouri Valley Conferences.
Preston Whitfield : 2015 : 6’0 : PG/WG : St. Louis Eagles : Preston is a prolific scorer who will likely graduate as the leading scorer in school history. He will be a 4-year starter for one of the best HS coaches in the STL metropolitan area. He is a tough, active, willing, and quick defender. Preston can score in a variety of ways, and is very creative in both the half court and full court game. He is an emerging point guard, and needs to continue his development of using both hands effectively. He is receiving low to mid major interest, and received strong reviews for his performance at the NIKE Peach Jam earlier this month.
Alonzo Trier : 2015 : 6’3” : Guard : Athlete's First : Alonzo is one of those recruits that is jumping up the recruiting boards. He scored 1,000 points as a freshman, and last year dropped 64 in one game. He controls the game very well for his team and can fill it up in bunches. ESPN has Alonzo ranked as the #36 overall recruit in the 2015 class, and Future150 has him ranked #54 overall in the 2015 class. He has offers from: Baylor, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Wichita State, Tulsa, SMU, and is receiving interest from UCLA, Kansas, Arizona, Memphis, and others.
Omega Harris : 2014 : 6’2” : Point Guard : Athlete's First : Omega is a good finisher, has great handles, plays bigger than 6’2” with his ability to crash the glass, he has an above-average jumper. ESPN has him ranked as the #36 point guard in the 2014 class, and Future150 has him ranked as the #1 overall player from the state of Oklahoma in the 2014 class. He has offers from: Oklahoma, Wichita State, Texas Tech, Fresno State, and Tulsa.
Larry Dennis : 2014 : 6’10” : Center : Athlete's First : Big kid that can dominate around the rim. Very explosive for his size. Earned a NIKE All-American Camp invite. He has offers from: Memphis, K-State, North Texas, Denver, and Western Kentucky. ESPN has him ranked #5 in state of Kansas for 2014 class.
Mamadou Kamare : 2015 : 7’0” : Center : Athlete's First : Kamare is just now starting to pick up high major recruiting interest. He was invited to the NIKE Elite 100 camp earlier this summer.
Tre’Shawn Thruman : 2014 : 6’7” : Wing : Nebraska Express : One of the most underrated players in the entire tournament. He is one of the most talked about recruits in the entire state of Nebraska, but he is still flying under the radar. He plays with a lot of intensity on the court. He has a good outside shot, and his mid-range game has vastly improved. He can elevate and throw it down with the best of him. Keep an eye out for him this summer. He has offers from: Utah State, Utah, Tulsa, Illinois State, Creighton, Nebraska, and is getting more interest from some mid-to-high major programs.
Emmanuel Malou : 2014 : 6’8” : Combo Forward : ABCD Prep Elite (IA) : Comes from Melbourne, Australia. Malou can handle the ball, shoot from the outside, and can elevate around the rim to finish. He has a 7’1” wingspan. He was under the radar, but is starting to get high major interests now that he is in the United States and on the AAU circuit.
Levi Bradley : 2015 : 6’6” : Small Forward : Terry Porter Elite : As the course of the grassroots season has gone on, Bradley has played very well and shown that he's continually improving and refining his wing skills. Levi still needs to add strength, but he has a better approach to attacking off the dribble and the lefty wing is finishing with more regularity in traffic. He has an offer in from Wisconsin-GB, and is getting interest from Oregon State, Northern Iowa, Notre Dame, Wisconsin and others.
Jarvis Garrett : 2014 : 6’ : Point Guard : Terry Porter Elite : Jarvis reclassified to the 2014 class after spending a year at Notre Dame Preparatory. Garrett is a tough point guard to defend because he can beat you from outside or off the dribble. His mid-range game has gotten better, and his quickness attributes to his frantic defensive on-ball style. Garrett has offers from Creighton, LaSalle, Wis. Milawaukee, and other mid-major programs. His reclassification has gotten high majors recruiting him now. Those schools are: UCONN, Pittsburgh, LSU, Indiana, Kansas State, USC, and others. ESPN has him ranked #9 in the state of Wisconsin for 2014 class.
Johnathon Wilkins : 2015 : 6’10” : Center : Team Illinois : Wilkins is reclassifying to the 2015 class and looking for a prep school to further develop his game. He is a strong post player that finishes well, and he has the ability to step back and hit the 15-foot jump shot. He protects the rim well on defense, and his coach says he is the type of player that gets better with every game and/or practice. Wilkins currently has offers from: Auburn, Marquette, Miami, Villanova, VCU, and many others.
Terrence Shelby : 2014 : 6’3” : Shooting Guard : Team Illinois : Shelby average nearly 25 points per game for his high school team that finished 3rd at state. Shelby is a pure shooter with a silky-smooth release. He can fill it up from just about anywhere. Shelby has several mid-major offers, and is starting to get calls from high-major teams.
Kahlil Rasheed : 2014 : 6’6” : Plays the 1, 2, or 3 : Team Illinois : Rasheed is one of the best kept secrets in the entire tournament, but he’ll be well-known once the event wraps. Rasheed was a highly touted recruit when he lived in Kentucky, but fell off a bit when he transferred high schools. Combine that with the fact he didn’t play on the AAU circuit last year, and you have a perfect “under-the-radar” player. Rasheed has a good all-around game, and his AAU coach says he is one of the most coachable players on the team. His coach all added that Rasheed is a great player because he can defend multiple positions. Rasheed has mid-major offers right now, but we are guessing he’ll finish the summer with some high major offers.
Mitchell Ballock : 2017 : 6’4” : Guard/Forward : PowerGroup (Kansas) Mitchell Ballock picked up his first official offer after a dominating tournament at Mullens in St. Louis this July. Creighton is the first official team to offer Ballock, with more soon to come. Ballock is a very good player at his age. He has NBA range on his jump shot, and he slashes well with or without the ball. He has a high basketball IQ, and can see the plays develop before they happen. Ballock will project out as a high-major player.
Michael Porter : 2017 : 6’5” : Small Forward : PowerGroup (Kansas) Porter’s game can most accurately be compared to NBA superstar Kevin Durant. Porter can knock down three pointers, create shots off the dribble, and is exceptionally well at crashing the glass for put back misses. He is still young, but you can see the skills are there. He was named one of the top 5 players at the 2012 CrossRoads Elite Camp in Indianapolis, and Future150 has him ranked #2 in the state of Missouri and #31 overall in class of 2017.
Lamous Brown : 2014 : 6’10” : Center : SYF Players : This extra long and very mobile post is loaded with upside. He runs the floor with long strides. He has good hands and can finish when he receives drop off passes from dribble penetration. He has a good touch and can knock down a mid-range jumper. ESPN has him ranked #15 in the state of Illinois.
Noah Thomas : 2015 : 6’10” : Center : SYF Players : Noah is an exceptionally smart and talented basketball player. He plays great team defense, can effectively guard the post, and is a terrific shot blocker. His offense is just as good. He knows how to get solid post position, and he can step out and hit the 15-18 foot jump shot. Noah is fundamentally sound as a post player. He is getting mid-major offers right now.
Jamie Rutherford : 2014 : 6’6” : Small Forward : SYF Players : Rutherford is long and active on both ends of the floor. He can guard the post or the perimeter…and can do it well. He is probably more of a slasher and open court player, but he is savvy enough to find his points in the half-court sets. His jumping ability will amaze scouts this summer. He has an offer in from San Jose State and is getting interests from schools in the Missouri Valley, Big Ten, and Mountain West.
Amaad Wainwright : 2014 : 6’3” : Shooting Guard : KC Keys : The name might sound familiar for Kansas City area basketball fans. Amaad is the younger brother of former Raytown South and current Baylor Bear recruit Ishmail Wainright. Amaad has the same build as Ishmail but just a little shorter. Besides their physical play, their games aren’t that similar. Amaad is more of a true shooting guard. Amaad can fill it up from all over, and stretches the floor with his deep outside shooting range. He isn’t afraid to attack the basket and take on contact around the rim. He is getting a lot of looks from Missouri Valley and Conference USA schools.
Eddie Hunt : 2014 : 6’8” : Forward : Top City (Kansas) : Eddie is a hybrid-forward, meaning he can bang down low or stretch the defense with his shooting. He is consistent from 15-feet, and he can even step back and knock down the 3. He can bang down low, but he is more of a finesse player. He is one of the best post passing big men I’ve seen play recently. He has good footwork that allows him to guard multiple positions. He has offers from Arkansas, Nebraska-Omaha, UMASS-Lowell, and has several more division one teams looking at him.
Shaffe Carr : 2014 : 6’5” : Small Forward : Top City (Kansas) : Carr is a very physical player. He has a college body already, and he uses it very well to get to the paint for buckets. He has a good post game, and can dominate a smaller man with his inside/outside game. Carr is strong and explosive, which makes him a great rebounder. Carr has a lot of interest from mid-majors with offers starting to come in.
Jovan Barksdale : 2014 : PG/SG : Top City (Kansas) : Barksdale is an intriguing recruit. He can do a little bit of everything at the guard spt. He can shoot the 3, he can create his own shot off the bounce, he can finish at the rim, and the best part of his game might be his scoring/dishing abilities in transition.
Jahmal McMurray : 2014 : 6’ : Shooting Guard : Top City (Kansas) : McMurray is a tremendous three-point shooter. He has NBA range, and he can shoot off the pass or dribble. He has a very quick catch and release. He is good at driving and pulling up for mid-range jumpers. Jahmal has offers and interest from several mid-major schools.
Frankie Ferrari : 2014 : 6’ : PG/SG : Lunardi’s (California) : Frankie is a point guard that can shoot like a shooting guard. You cannot give him any room or he’ll bury you with his outside jumper. Then when teams try to D him up tight, he has the speed and ball handling skills to break free. His court vision is stellar. He’ll drop passes that would make Pistol Pete smile. He has offers from San Francisco University and Idaho State, and he has a lot of interest from schools in the West Coast Conference.
Antorian Moore : 2014 : 6’8” : Power Forward : Tennessee Playmakers : Moore is a big that can run the floor, rebound, and protect the rim. He has good hands for a big guy down in the post. He goes after every rebound aggressively, and does a good job snatching the boards with his long wingspan. Moore has offers from mid-major programs.
High school football has started all across America, and now it is time to focus our attention on some of the rising 2013 high school football recruits. Keep tracking of these names as they are likely to start earning football scholarship offers.
High school football practices will be starting soon, so we thought it would be a good idea to showcase three of the 2014 football prospects to keep on your radar. These individuals are all having great careers, and have dreams of earning a college football scholarship. If you would like to be showcased as a high school recruiting prospect then contact us now.
KJ Carta-Samuels : 2014 : QB : Bellarmine College Prep in San Jose, Ca.
6'3" and 210lbs : 4.7 40 yd dash : 3.8 GPA
Highlights of KJ Carta-Samuels finishing his Sophomore year earning MVP awards at Norcal Regional 7 on 7, Best of the West MVP, NUC Combine MVP, NUC King Testing Winner, IMG Madden National 7on7 tournament Finalist, Passing Down Regional Football MVP
Jalen Manning : 2014 : Running Back : Smith County High School in Carthage, Tn.
GPA 3.6 : Benchpress max 385lbs : Squat max 500lbs : 40 time 4.49(handtime) : 1,254 yards rushing on 143 carries (8.8 yards per carry) : 18 touchdowns (16 rushing, 2 receiving)
Jordan Feuerbacher : 2014 : Tight End : Kingwood Park High School
The July recruiting period just ended for AAU basketball and college coaches. With all the high school basketball prospects across the country, we decided to highlight 3 from the 2014 basketball class that are making noise in the recruiting circles.