Posted On: 07/15/19 7:15 PM
The last July Live Period just wrapped up and the offers have come pouring in for prospects around the country.
Here is a look at some of the latest offers for the kids down here in Florida.
Emanuel Sharp earns his first two offers
The 2022 6’3″ Blake guard Emanuel Sharp had a huge Peach Jam performance for E1T1 15U, scoring 42 points going head to head with No. 1 ranked 2022 prospect (by ESPN) Emoni Bates of Bates Fundamentals (Michigan). He earned offers from UF and SMU on Sunday. A pure scorer, Sharp averaged 25 PPG as a freshman in Tampa and had two 38 point outings. He has trimmed his baby fat as of late and is really emerging fast.
Henderson twins are heating up
Winning the 15U bracket at the Peach Jam isn’t easy. Nightrydas Elite handled business and the twins from Sanford Seminole, JaCari and Demari Henderson earned some big time offers after it was all set and done. The 2022 6’0″ duo generated four offers from UF, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and TCU. They play fast and love to push it on the break as natural athletes. The sky is the limit for the Henderson brothers.
Blanch receives a quartet of offers
2020 6’3″ East Lake guard Dionte Blanch has been taking off all summer. Following a standout season in which he led his group to a Class 8A region final appearance, the rising senior is in full command and plays a consistent style of basketball as a lead aggressor at the point. The Team Speights 17U guard earned offers from College of Charleston, Stetson, FIU and Louisiana at Lafayette after the HoopSeen Best of The South.
E1T1 15U pair Mitchell and Sensabaugh get noticed
E1T1 15U made it all the way to the Peach Jam semifinals before losing to fellow Florida squad and eventual champion Nightrydas Elite. 2022 6’7″ Sickles forward Dillon Mitchell added his first two offers from UF and SMU while 2022 6’4″ Lake Highland Prep guard Brice Sensabaugh earned his first offer from SMU. Mitchell is a long body who transferred over from Alonso and is just scratching the surface, but his potential is endless. Sensabaugh transferred to Lake Highland Prep from Hagerty and has a knack for a big shot and overall scoring.
Team Parsons attracts a crowd
All week long at the HoopSeen Best of The South, college coaches, players and fans came swarming over to the middle courts to see Team Parsons 17U play. Loaded with Division I talent, the show was worth your time. 2020 6’4″ Astronaut guard Kario Oquendo added an Appalachian State offer after another week flashing his athleticism and tenacity. 2020 5’11” Mainland guard Jordan Sears picked up an offer from Gardner Webb. Sears earned his first offer earlier this month from Bethune Cookman and is a blazing fast guard with high level ball skills. 2020 6’7″ Paxon forward Isaiah Adams added two more offers to his name from Murray State and Mercer after a consistent showing all week.
Brown-Jones adds two new offers
Once a Penn State commit earlier this year, 2020 6’8″ IMG guard/forward Mikeal Brown-Jones has added two new offers to his plate after playing well this week for Team Rio at the UAA Finals. He earned offers from USF and UMass. Brown-Jones is a gifted ballhandler who is a highly versatile and long prospect who can hurt you in a variety of ways.
Bewley twins add offers
2023 6’8″ Northeast twins Matthew and Ryan Bewley have been coming up very quickly around the state. On Monday, the brothers both earned offers from USF and UF (Iowa State offered earlier this summer). Endlessly athletic and smooth around the rim, the Bewley twins have been instrumental to the Team Breakdown 14U. Northeast is going to be a tough squad to beat with the Bewley twins, 2020 6’5″ guard Jadrian “Bam” Tracey and 2021 6’5″ guard Wesley Cardet all in place.