While the vast majority of 2021 prospects waiting in the ranks for their opportunity to shine, there were a number of 2021 prospects who got the call early in their career to get on the floor and make an impact. Of the 2021s who got on the varsity court, here are the prospects who had[…]
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What freshmen made the biggest impacts this season at the varsity level? NHR breaks down the top frosh 2017-18 performers in today’s Freshmen All State team. First Team Kendall Brown of East Ridge. The Raptors starting guard scored 11 points a game and was a valuable scoring and ball handling piece for a top ten[…]
There are a ton of underrated players around the state. However, for this list, I’ve compiled a list of six players that I’ve seen multiple times that I believe deserve more recognition from college programs. If you believe you are being under recruited, contact me via twitter (@zacharytmanning) or by email at email@example.com. Jayvien Torrance-Jackson[…]
This season has shown yet again the incredible depth in terms of talent across the state of Idaho, in fact, new prospects seemingly pop up on our radar even at this stage in the season with a string of excellent performances to their credit. However, some teams in the state bolster a laundry list of[…]
Prep Hoops takes a look at the top scorers in the Palmetto State from the 2020 class. Zyan Gilmore – Clarendon Hall (Summerton) 28.8 ppg (pictured on the front) Gilmore has the Saints winning the region and has been battling a fever and cold the past week. Gilmore played his freshman season at Lake Marion[…]
Each year, there are teams that take major steps forward from where they were a year ago. These improvements can happen for a variety of reasons, and we’ve pinpointed ten schools from around the state who have showed marked improvement on the court this winter. Cedar Rapids Washington (4-18 last year, 7-9 this year)[…]
The Minnesota high school season is getting close to it’s half way point (less than two weeks away) which means very soon the Mr. Basketball team is going to come forward with their finalists list of 10 and eventually a Final Five. Where does that race sit right now? NHR breaks it down. The Favorite. […]
The Kentucky high School basketball season hasn’t officially reached it’s mid-season point just yet, but with a minimum of eight games required to be considered, the KHSAA has it’s scoring leaders (points per game) through Christmas. PHKY reviews the top 10: Dekeyvan Tandy (2019, University Heights) – 35.4 Points Per Game Tandy is[…]
As December comes to an end, we can reflect on the great start to the season for Ohio high school hoops. There has been many big storylines in Dayton and many surprise teams and players. The beauty of basketball however, is any team can win on any given night and there is still plenty of[…]
The ABCs of the State Tournament getting you ready for the best four days of Minnesota High School basketball.
The Maryland State Finals had a ton of underclassmen that played much older than their age. Baltimore is known for its high school basketball talent, and last night all four games were represented either by Baltimore County or Baltimore City. Here are the top underclassmen from the State Championship games: Teon Gardner | Edmonson |[…]
(Feature Photo Credit: Kyle McFadden) All four of the Maryland State Finals games lived up to every bit of the anticipation. Poly and Perry Hall were crowned state champions for their respective classes for the first time in school history, Patterson escaped a pesky Century team by six in a game that went down to[…]
A few players made an impression during the five games I saw last week. Admittedly, there’s more future Division I players included in this series than you’ll usually find on this site. However, there’s plenty of Division III talents, including prospects who were previously off the PHO radar.
With the postseason upon us and the regular season winding down, it is time to start awarding all-conference honors. I will be honoring several all-conference teams in the Dayton area. Today I am honoring my 1st team all-conference for the GWOC American South divison. (Note: The GWOC is split into four separate divisions: American North, American South, National East and National West. This specific article will focus on one division and future articles will cover the other three).
The Tigers are enjoying one of the best turnaround seasons in Southeast Missouri. After a 10-17 season in 2016, Risco is currently 18-2 which includes a victory over local Class 1 power Advance two weeks ago. The top scorer is 5’10” 2019 guard Nathan Burnett, who is averaging 23 points a game while shooting 44 percent from 3-point range. 2017 forward Drew Fortune is a 6’4″ post player who averages 14 points while 6’2″ 2018 forward Morgan Ludwig averages 12 points.
So again with the spirit of learning in mind, here are some things I learned or was reminded of during January:
We take a look at the most surprising teams in each class to this point in the season.