Impact Transfer- Nate Hinton (2018)

The number 24 Jersey was pretty good to the folks over at Northside Christian the past few years if we rewind back a few years we will remember Rayjon Tucker who is currently a Guard for Florida Gulf Coast. Tucker was a huge part of Northside Christian success and helped the program receive national notoriety due to their winning records and also his highlight dunks.

Where Are They Now: Class of 2014 (Part I)

Earlier this month, we began a series taking a look at how some of Colorado’s top past prep hoops stars are faring in their college careers.

We kicked off with the 2015 class, which featured a handful of prospects who made big impacts as freshmen last season.

The 2014 class is continuing to make some noise of its own. Let’s take a closer look at how some of its standouts are faring as they head into their third (already??) college seasons:

Recruiting Report: Joe Hird (2017)

Joe Hird is one of three key members of Bloomington Jefferson and the Minnesota Warriors who both in the past twelve months has proved to be much better teams than expected.

Prospect Spotlight: DeMontez Cooper (2018)

Anyone who has ever been tasked with defending 5’4” point guard DeMontez Cooper (2018) understands that his lack of height doesn’t limit the damage he can do. Cooper doesn’t even really want to comment on it either, passively deflecting questions about his “disadvantage.”

DMV Dark Horse Scoring Threats (Part 2)

Editor’s Note: In anticipation of the upcoming high school season, Vantage Hoops will be taking a closer look at various teams and players throughout Maryland, DC, and Virginia. In this edition we highlight five dark horses who could find themselves among the top scorers in the area this season.

Recruiting Report: Brantly Thompson (2017)

As the fall approaches recruiting is a hot topic for 2017 prospects. Brantly Thompson had arguably one of the best summers out of any player from Oklahoma. Thompson averaged 13.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.1 steals per game on 45% shooting from behind the arc. The great play of Thompson has landed him[…]

Grassroots Program MVP: DeAndre Heckard

In our series Grassroots Program MVP we take a look at the player that was the most valuable player to their program regardless of class or age group that they played with. It might not necessarily always be the highest rated prospect in the program either although it very well could be.

Hoops4Health 16U had another quality showing on the circuit this spring and summer. They had a trio of prospects that emerged as potential scholarship caliber players at the next level, but it was Romeoville 2018 point guard DeAndre Heckard who stood out above the rest. He wins our Program MVP for Hoops4Health.

Recruiting Spotlight: Evan Nelson (2020)

When you have a successful summer session in terms of not only showcasing your skills, but also winning on the National stage, you usually start to receive more attention in the fall from colleges. Evan Nelson is a prime example of that.

Recruiting Report: Kyle Dortch (2017)

Every player dreams of playing basketball at the next level growing up. For many the dream of playing basketball in college does not become a reality until they pick up their first offer. This week the dream for Kyle Dortch became a reality with Southwestern College in Kansas offering him.