Posted On: 05/27/19 8:28 PM

DALLAS — The third session of the EYBL brought elite production from the top talent in the state. After spending the weekend at Drive Nation, Brandon Jenkins gives his conclusions from what he saw on the circuit:

CUNNINGHAM AT NUMBER ONE?

Let’s get this straight: Cade Cunningham without a doubt would be the number one player in the state if he returned to Texas to play his final year of high school basketball. But, he is not and we cannot rank him due to that fact. And it does not matter anyway because the five-star point guard is in consideration for being ranked as the top player in the United States. His consistency since January has been remarkable and he has led his Texas Titans squad in scoring and passing while helping them achieve an 11-1 record in the first three sessions. Another EYBL Session Award is imminent.

Cunningham will announce his initial list of schools next month. Look for schools such as Duke, Kansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma State, Texas, and Virginia to be included.

THERE IS A NEW NUMBER ONE PLAYER IN THE 2020 CLASS

With R.J. Hampton recently reclassing to

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