Posted On: 07/12/19 6:10 PM

Coach Zach Gillion and Oakland Park Northeast -- one year removed from a trip to the regional final vs. Miami Doral Academy -- suffered through a 4-20 season in 2018-19.

The return of talented 2021 big guard Wesley Cardet, the arrival of 2020 transfer Jadrian Tracey, along with the enrollment of 6-foot-8 2023 twins Matthew and Ryan Bewley, should make Northeast a force to be reckoned with in 2019-20.

"I should be going to Northeast," confirmed Tracey (pictured), who is playing with Team Breakdown at the Under Armour Association Live Period in Emerson, Ga.

The versatile 6-6 Tracey can shoot it from the outside. He comes to Northeast after stints at Riverdale High and Oldsmar Christian.

Cardet, meanwhile, landed early offers from Florida, Iowa State, Miami, Southern Cal and USF among others. Thursday, when asked who is recruiting him the hardest, Cardet said, "Iowa State has been hitting me up a lot."

Cardet said he has really been working on his conditioning and eating habits this spring and summer.

The Bewley twins are considered among the top prospects nationally in the Class of 2023 and moved up several age divisions to play with the Team Breakdown 17s Thursday. Friday, they

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