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We conclude our preseason Grassroots Hoops FAB 50 national team rankings release with an in-depth look at the top 15 teams. We began with teams No. 31-50 on Sunday, continued with teams No. 16-30 and now have published an in-depth look at the nation’s 50 best teams. Montverde Academy of Florida is the preseason No. […]
Below are the numbers to target for this year’s Under Armour Elite 24 participants. Four players have participated three times with 38 points by Lance Stephenson and 23 assists by Brandon Jennings among the highlights.
The 30-man 2013-14 Student Sports All-American second team includes five underclassmen, including National Sophomore of the Year Josh Jackson and Thon Maker, a tenth-grader who’s already built a national following for his unique blend of size and skill. The second team also includes four players from California and three from Virginia.
Local product and national player of the year candidate Jahlil Okafor helps his West team win and takes co-MVP honors at the 2014 McDonald’s All-American Game in Chicago. West’s Emmanuel Mudiay (15 points) and Rashad Vaughn (14 points) also stand out.
We attended Monday’s McDonald’s All-American practice session and take a look at each team’s makeup and standouts so far. Grayson Allen wins dunk contest while James Blackmon Jr. is 3-point contest winner at Monday night’s Powerade Jam Fest.
We take an in-depth look at all eight teams competing at the 2014 Dick’s Nationals in New York and we begin our series with three-time event champion Findlay Prep.
The 2014 Jordan Brand Classic team was recently announced, headlined by four Duke recruits and four headed to Kentucky. Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) is the only high school program with multiple selections. One fifth-year player and four players not chosen to the McDonald’s All-American team (L.J. Peak, Shaqquan Aaron, Daniel Hamilton, Kameron Chatman) were selected.
The 2014 McDonald’s All-Americans were announced today, headlined by four Duke recruits and four headed to Kentucky. Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) is the only high school program with multiple selections.
Emmanuel Mudiay, the leading vote-getter in the preseason Mr. Basketball USA Tracker, leads No. 8 Prime Prep (Fort Worth, Texas) in its Friday matchup with No. 2 Findlay Prep (Henderson, Nev.) that will be televised by the CBS Sports Network. After a successful inaugural event last December, the Tarkanian Classic is one of the premier […]
Twelve games across ESPN family of networks begin December 5. Eleven teams appearing on ESPN for the first time in program history. Student Sports FAB 50 No. 1 Montverde Academy to appear twice. No. 3 Whitney Young to appear three times.