Posted On: 04/26/18 7:11 PM
Lets check out the latest happenings from around the Palmetto State in this article. Plenty of recruiting news right here on your source for basketball news in the Palmetto State Prep Hoops.
Robert Braswell remains the highest ranked kid #6 in the Palmetto State in 2018 Class. Blythewood Head Coach Zeke Washington informed Prep Hoops that Braswell has recently been contacted by Syracuse, Virginia, UNC Charlotte and South Florida. Braswell averaged 15.8 ppg this season for the Bengals. Braswell 6’9 visited UMASS back in early April.
Ben Fakira arrived in the United States back in January 2018 at Heritage Academy in Hilton Head. Fakira ranked #16 in the Palmetto State will play next season at Utah State University. Fakira 6’10 had originally planned on going to the University of South Dakota with then Head Coach Craig Smith. Smith earlier this month took the Aggies job over. Fakira originally hails from Australia.
Kyron Gray will play at East Georgia State College in Swainsboro next fall. Gray 6’7 from Hartsville HS is ranked #19 in the Prep Hoops Palmetto State 2018 Class. Gray averaged 16 ppg and 13.8 rebounds for the (16-9) Red Foxes.
Jonathan Breeland guard from Blythewood HS plans on attending prep school next fall according to Washington. Breeland 6’2 averaged 15.4 ppg, 6 rebounds and 4 assists this season for the Bengals.
BJ Blue and Cameron “CJ” Miles will be teammates next season at Coker College (NCAA D2) in Hartsville, SC. Blue averaged 17.5 ppg for the Marion Swamp Foxes this season. The Swamp Foxes lost in the Lower State Championship Game to region for Carvers Bay.
Miles 6’3 left-handed slender guard helped the Trinity Byrnes Titans to the SCISA 2A State Championship Game. Miles averaged 7.9 ppg for the (25-6) Titans this season. Miles also plays baseball for the Titans.
Manzer Head Coach Shep Guyton has informed Prep Hoops that his son Robert Guyton will attend The Citadel next season and try out for a preferred walk on spot. Guyton a guard averaged 7.2 ppg and 3 assists for the (18-10) Saints.